The Weekend Binge Watch is your weekly briefing on what to watch on PokerGO over the weekend during your home games, as a way to get better at your favorite games and also just to have a good time watching the best of the best collide. This week we’re featuring one of the game’s most celebrated players in Michael Mizrachi, who did the unthinkable at the 2018 World Series of Poker!
PokerGO has a wide offering of Michael Mizrachi content, centered around him and his brothers telling his life story on Pokerography. Mizrachi appeared on Poker After Dark numerous times, most notably during the $100,000 Cash Game in Season 7 where he went up against Jean-Robert Bellande, Peter Jetten, Brandon Adams, and Chris Ferguson.
Mizrachi’s most recent appearance in the PokerGO Studio was during “Rise & Grind” week on Poker After Dark, a $100/$200 cash game that also featured reigning WSOP Main Event champion John Cynn, Farah Galfond, Alan Richardson, Maria Ho, Bob Bright, and Vitaliy Rizhkov.
Michael ‘The Grinder’ Mizrachi is an undeniable poker legend with two enormous World Poker Tour titles for more than seven figures each, nearly $17 million in total career tournament earnings of which more than $4.5 million has come in the $50,000 Poker Players Championship alone.
In 2018, Mizrachi won this event a record-breaking third time in just eight years, and you can relive that epic feat on PokerGO right now along with much more from one of the most iconic players of the past decade in the player below.
Can’t get enough of the poker action? Here are some more Weekend Binge Watch suggestions:
- Stephen Chidwick’s Dominant U.S. Poker Open Performance
- All Things Jean-Robert Bellande
- Ryan Tosoc Rise
- Will Justin Bonomo Ever Lose Again?
- A Poker Masters Deep Dive!
- Relive the 2017 Poker Masters
- The Life-Changing Little One for One Drop
- Mixing it Up with Ohel and Glantz
- Elezra and Volpe Put on a Show
- High Rollers Clash at the WSOP!
- Everything Phil Hellmuth!
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