Tag: Michael Mizrachi

Victoria para Victor

Desde UTG, Victor Ramdin abre, Michael Mizrachi hace una 3-bet y Ramdin paga. Heads-up. Sale el flop y Ramdin hace check-call una apuesta de 5.000 del primero. Sale el turn y Ramdin hace check-raise de 10.000 a 21.000.

Mizrachi se pone entre los “Big Stacks”

Al llegar a la mesa, Greg DeBora paga la apuesta de 6.000 de Michael Mizrachi sobre el river . Mizrachi muestra con proyecto de color y su rival muckea.

Saltan chispas entre los grandes

Michael Mirachi abre a 1.375 situado en hijack y Jonh Racener decide pagar en botón. El flop llega bastante potente en forma de y los dos jugadores se chequean para ver como aterriza el turn vestido de . Mizrachi apuesta 2.

Grinder Busto

It was a short day for Michael Mizrachi, who apparently used up all his run-good yesterday. You know, while he was busy winning another bracelet? In his final hand, Mizrachi got his full stack in with pocket aces on a flop.

Michael Mizrachi Wins Event #5 €10,400 No-Limit Hold'em (Split Format)

Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi has just climbed to the top of this WSOPE heap, winning his second gold bracelet in two years and adding another €336,008 to his wallet. That moves him into sixth place on the all-time money list.

Shawn Buchanan Eliminated in 2nd Place (€207,624)

We were fast approaching the end of Level 21 when Shawn Buchanan raised to 25,000 on the button and Michael Mizrachi mouthed those famous words, "I am all-in." "I don't want to get to the break," said Mizrachi.

Mizrachi All Over Buchanan

Michael Mizrachi opened to 26,000, and Shawn Buchanan flatted to see a flop. It came , and the two men checked through to the turn. Buchanan led out for 28,000, and Mizrachi called.

A Much Needed Boost For Buchanan

It must be tough to be man-handled in this way but Shawn Buchanan is made of strong stuff. He has just managed to get himself three streets of much needed value. Buchanan bet 25,000 and Michael Mizrachi made the call.

Call Him Or Don't; Either Way, He Wins

Two hands ago, Shawn Buchanan raised to 25,000, and Michael Mizrachi called to see a flop. It came , and Mizrachi check-called a bet of 26,000. They checked through the turn, and Mizrachi led out with 30,000 after the river.

He Even Wins With Ten High

Michael Mizrachi is taking a hold of this thing. He has just won a lot of consecutive pots accumulating with this hand. Shawn Buchanan bet 25,000 and Michael Mizrachi made the call.

Hi, Grinder!

If you're been paying attention to poker for any length of time, Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi needs no introduction.

The Biggest Pot Of The HU Final

Michael Mizrachi raised to 26,000 and Shawn Buchanan once agin three-bet to 60,000 and once again Mizrachi called. The dealer gave us the flop from straight from hell and Buchanan bet 45,000.

Another Grinder Pot

Michael Mizrachi raised to 26,000 and Shawn Buchanan three-bet to 52,000 and Mizrachi called. The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the Mizrachi had a quick peek of his cards while Buchanan was betting 42,000.

An Odd Line Works for Grinder

Shawn Buchanan raised to 20,000 from the button, and Michael Mizrachi defended to see the flop. It came out , and Mizrachi led out into the pot with a small bet of 10,000. Buchanan raised to 31,000, and Mizrachi called.

Some More Final Action

Hand 1 In a limped pot and on a flop of Michael Mizarachi check-called a 11,000 Shawn Buchanan bet. The turn was the and as is so often the case both players checked.

The Last Four Hands

Michael Mizrachi gave Shawn Buchanan a walk, and "Bucky" returned the favor on the very next hand. On the third hand in this sequence, Mizrachi's raise to 25,000 got through preflop.

A Bit Of This And a Bit Of That

It was a limped pot and a flop of and Shawn Buchanan checked to Michael Mizrachi who bet 10,000. Action back to Buchanan and he made a small check-raise to 25,000 and Mizrachi called.

First Two to Mizrachi

On the first hand of their duel, Michael Mizrachi raised to 25,000 from the button, and Shawn Buchanan folded. The next hand, Buchanan opened to 20,000 from his button, and Mizrachi three-bet to 50,000.

Mizrachi vs. Buchanan For the Bracelet

After three days of play, our starting field of 125 has been reduced to the requisite two for the final showdown.

Roger Hairabedian Eliminated in the Semifinals (€112,092)

Michael Mizrachi raised to 26,000 from the button, and Roger Hairabedian came along to the flop. It would end up being the last flop they'd see.