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Tag: michael mizrachi

PokerNews GPI Update Episode #15: Negreanu Back on Top

Daniel Negreanu is back on top of the Global Poker Index, and Eric and Rich discuss whether or not he can hold the top spot throughout April.

PokerNews GPI Update Episode #15: Negreanu Back on Top

Daniel Negreanu is back on top of the Global Poker Index, and Eric and Rich discuss whether or not he can hold the top spot throughout April.

PokerNews GPI Update Episode #15: Negreanu Back on Top

Daniel Negreanu is back on top of the Global Poker Index, and Eric and Rich discuss whether or not he can hold the top spot throughout April.

Mizrachi in the Danger Zone

Michael Mizrachi fired out 10,000 on a board of , and his opponent, Adham Beainy, tank-called. Mizrachi shrugged before showing a card that appeared to be an ace, then mucked when Beainy tabled for jacks and tens.

Mizrachi is Full of It

Seven players took a flop of moments ago, and the action checked to Byron Kaverman on the button. He tossed out 2,125, and the action folded to Michael Mizrachi, who called.

Mizrachi Doubles Through Dempsey

We caught the action with around 9,500 in the pot and a board reading when James Dempsey bet 3,400 and Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi called.

Carpenter Can't Find a Quick Fix

Ben Carpenter has just been eliminated by Michael Mizrachi. A simple case of a late position with running into Mizrachi's in the big blind and the board coming .

End of the Road for Mizrachi

Michael Mizrachi won't be making another November Nine this year. According to former tablemate Brandon Meyers, Mizrachi committed his last 40,000 preflop with and couldn't improve against Paul Taylor's .

Mizrachi Makes a Big Fold

With around 200,000 in the pot and the board reading , Bryan Buonocore moved all in to put Michael Mizrachi to a decision for his tournament life. Mizrachi went deep into the tank while trying to get any read possible on Buonocore.

The Old Five-Trey for the Grinder

We were able to catch the end of hand between Max Steinberg and Michael Mizrachi on one of the feature tables that saw the pair battling their way to a turn with the board showing .

Mizrachi Gets Some Back From Ivey

Phil Ivey raised to 7,500 from middle position and was called by four opponents, including Michael Mizrachi on the button. The flop came down and Ivey bet 20,000. Only Mizrachi came along to see the turn which Ivey checked.

Ivey Wins More From Mizrachi

Igor Rabinovich opened to 7,500 from middle position. Phil Ivey called from the cutoff, Michael Mizrachi called from the big blind, and the flop fell . Action checked to Ivey who bet 15,000.

Mizrachi's Dive Continues

Michael Mizrachi joined the ESPN main table about 75 minutes ago and it hasn't gone very well for him, down about 400,000 since he arrived.

Steinberg Wins Big Pot Against Mizrachi

Max Steinberg raised to 13,000 from early position and Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi defended his big blind. The flop came down and Mizrachi check-called 13,000 from Steinberg before leading for 25,000 when the tun fell.

Grinder Sliding

Phil Mader opened to 7,000 in the hijack and Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi three-bet to 15,200 from the cutoff. Action folded back to Mader who called to see a flop.

Ivey and Mizrachi Clash

Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi was just moved to Phil Ivey's table at the ESPN main stage (along with Anthony Gregg) and it took a predictable two hands for them to clash.

Catching Up with The Grinder

An Orbit With Michael Mizrachi

Two-time $50,000 Poker Players' Championship winner Michael Mizrachi is here in the Main Event with a giant stack. With his loose-aggressive style of play, Mizrachi is often playing in many hands and stirring up the action at his table.

Day 2c Concludes with Kroon Maintaining Lead

Day 2c has come to a close here at the 2013 World Series of Poker Main Event. The Rio was a jam-packed place for poker's greatest tournament all day long, with play taking place in all three rooms.

Mizrachi Sliding

We found Michael Mizrachi in a three-way pot on a board of . His opponents had checked to him on the button, and he bet 15,000. The first player shoved all in for 49,300, and the squeezed player folded.

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