2021 World Series of Poker
$5,000 Main Event

An Orbit w/ Four-Time WSOP Bracelet Winner Robert Mizrachi

[user153638] • Nível 3: 100-200, 25 ante

Robert Mizrachi is no stranger to the Bahamas. In 2013, he finished 12th in the PCA Main Event for $95,000, and three years before that he placed 22nd for $75,000. In 2007, when Ryan Daut won what was then the WPT PCA, Mizrachi finished fourth for $409,703. Clearly he knows how to navigate a tough field.

That’s also evidenced by his four World Series of Poker gold bracelets. His first came in the 2007 WSOP when he won Event #50: $10,000 World Championship Pot-Limit Omaha for $768,889, and the next came seven years later in the 2014 WSOP Event #41: $1,00 Dealer’s Choice for $147,092. In 2015, he won Event #3: $1,500 Omaha Hi-Lo for $251,022, and then this past summer won Event #3: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship or $242,662. That’s three bracelets in three years, a rare occurrence in the poker world. Entering 2017, Robert has $6,144,673 in live tournament earnings.

With such an accomplished player in the field, we decided to spend an entire orbit observing the pro in action. Here's what we witnessed.

Hand #1 (Middle Position): Mizrachi opened for 450 and the player in the cutoff called. Michael Lipman did the same from the button, and then the player in the small blind three-bet to 1,500. Mizrachi called, as did the other two players, and the flop came down {j-Spades}{2-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}.

The small blind checked, Mizrachi bet 2,650, and the cutoff folded. Lipman called, the small blind folded, and the {8-Hearts} appeared on the turn. Mizrachi bet 8,000, which put Lipman to the test. Eventually Lipman folded with 6,600 behind and Mizrachi took down the pot.

Hand #2 (UTG+2): The under-the-gun player raised to 550 and Mizrachi folded.

Hand #3 (UTG+1): The under-the-gun player folded and so did Mizrachi.

Hand #4 (Under the Gun): Mizrachi folded.

Hand #5 (Big Blind): Michael Lipman opened for 500 from early position and the player on the button popped it to 1,000. Sam Greenwood then four-bet to 4,000, Mizrachi folded, and Lipman jammed his short stack. The button folded and Greenwood called.

Greenwood: {10-Clubs}{10-Diamonds}
Lipman: {a-Hearts}{J-Clubs}

It was a flip, but Greenwood failed to hold as an ace spiked on the river to give Lipman the double. Greenwood was knocked down to 28,000.

Hand #6 (Small Blind): A player raised to 500, four players called including Mizrachi, and then everyone folded when the player in the big blind three-bet to 4,200.

Hand #7 (Button): A player in middle position raised to 575 and Mizrachi called. The two players in the blinds called and four players took a flop of {2-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{10-Clubs}. Four checks later, the {10-Spades} peeled off on the turn, which they all checked yet again. When the {7-Diamonds} completed the board on the river, the small blind bet 1,000 and everyone else, including Mizrachi, folded.

Hand #8 (Cutoff): A player in middle position raised to 50 and Mizrachi three-bet to 1,500. The big blind called, as did the original raiser, and the flop fell {8-Spades}{5-Hearts}{q-Hearts}. The big blind checked, the middle-position player bet 2,375, and both Mizrachi and the big blind folded.

Hand #9 (Hijack): Mizrachi folded after a middle-position player had raised to 350.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
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Robert Mizrachi
us 34,000 4,000

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