The 2019 World Series of Poker (WSOP) featured a record-setting 90 bracelet events across the seven-week schedule that also included nine online events held on WSOP.com. Viewers had multiple options to consume WSOP coverage with action split between PokerGO, ESPN, and CBS All Access. In addition to the live streams of
With about 575,000 in the pot and the board reading [TcKdKh], Michael Mizrachi checked from under the gun and Rafael Jarufe checked from the hijack. Louis Salter bet 175,000 from the cutoff and only Jarufe called. The turn was the [3s], Jarufe checked, Salter bet 350,000 and Jarufe folded.
With about 110,000 in the pot and the board reading [Jh9h3s6s6c], Faisal Khan bet 68,000 from under the gun and Michael Mizrachi called from the cutoff. Khan showed [AdKh], but Mizrachi tabled [TsTd] to win the pot.
Michael Mizrachi is the master of the big stack and his high variance style has paid off time and time again to bring his career tournament earnings to a staggering $17.1 million dollars. The only recurring high roller event on his schedule is the highly prestigious $50,000 Poker Players Championship
Just two WSOP bracelets were awarded on Day #16 of the World Series, but both of them went to thoroughly deserving winners. While one man was celebrating his first-ever WSOP jewelry, the other won his fifth bracelet, the most anyone has captured in the past decade. MIZRACHI WINS FIFTH BRACELET Michael 'The