Lisandro took down the $2,500 Razz event to complement his previous wins in the $10,000 Stud 8 and $1,500 Stud Hi events, becoming only the fifth player in World Series of Poker history to win three bracelets in the same year.
But the Aussie super stud isn't resting on his laurels.
Lisandro declined requests for interviews following this afternoon's bracelet presentation, but did stick around long enough to tell PokerListings he's eager to keep snapping up the wristwear.
"Yeah, I really want number four," he said. "I might skip the $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event just to get it."
The $50k HORSE tournament starts tomorrow, but a deep run by Lisandro would mean five days of bracelet opportunities gone.
Of course, the prize purse would be bigger, but how often does a man get a chance to put his name in the record books?
There's a $1,500 Stud 8 event slated to start Sunday. Don't be surprised to see Lisandro going hard for number four.
Keep checking back with PokerListings.com for more coverage of Lisandro's record-breaking attempt.