For just the second time, Israel played host to a large-scale charity poker tournament fundraiser. Attended by local celebs, business people, and other notables, the event succeeded in raising $300,000 for special needs children through the Variety Fund. Notably, the event’s profile was boosted by the participation of poker pros Melanie Weisner, Michael Mizrachi, and Patrik Antonius, who flew in from abroad to play and show their support for the charitable organization’s efforts.
Here’s our recap, which includes some videos and pictures that really capture the special feel of the night’s festivities.
Michael “the Grinder” Mizrachi just won his third career Poker Players Championship event at the 2018 WSOP. The feat has the entire poker world buzzing, calling it one of the greatest achievements in poker history.
In the wake of Mizrachi’s win, we took a look at a number of other great WSOP performances and listed the five we felt stood out among the rest as truly epic. Have a look and see if you agree with our picks.
Less than one week remains until the inaugural Jewish Poker Championships. Cardplayer Lifestyle has been following this story over the last few months. Here’s what to expect when you show up at the Venetian to play.
31-year-old Michael Mizrachi has accomplished the impossible, winning the $50,000 Poker Player’s Championship event at the World Series of Poker for the second time in the span of three years! Read all about the Grinder’s incredible run en route to victory, and yet another seven-figure payday, in our latest article.
Michael “the Grinder” Mizrachi just won his 2nd bracelet, dominating Event #5 at the 2011 World Series of Poker Europe. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog recaps his great achievement in this post.
Get our your pickled herring, gefilte fish, and Chinese food – it’s time to name the Top 10 Jews in Poker. Happy Rosh Hashana to all our Jewish friends, from Cardplayer Lifestyle!