Back in 2010, Michael Mizrachi won the $50,000 Poker Player's Championship, a feat he repeated this year, winning his second Poker Player's Championship title. After winning the event in 2010, he went on to make the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event in the same year. Could history be repeating itself? It's only early days, but his 155,000-chip stack is a great start.
We aren't sure how Mizrachi acquired most of those chips, but we did just watch him use relentless aggression to take down two hands in a row. One of those hands saw a middle position player open the pot to 1,000. Mizrachi then three-bet to 2,000 from the cutoff. On the flop, Mizrachi's opponent checked and then called a bet of 5,000 from Mizrachi. The turn would see Mizrachi continue his betting, firing out 5,000. His opponent tank-folded and Mizrachi added a few more chips to his monster stack.