Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi Joins Lock Poker Pro Team
Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi: Needs longer sleeves.
Poker pro Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi has picked up another patch to add to his arm as he's officially signed on as a Team Pro with Lock Poker.
Mizrachi, already affiliated with the Deep Stacks Poker Tour and an official ambassador for the Breeders Cup, the ISPT and the Turlock Poker Room in California, joins a growing LockPRO team that already features Annette Obrestad and Chris Moorman.
"Michael is a pioneer of this industry," said Jennifer Larson, CEO/Owner of Lock Poker. "He is the perfect combination of dedication, passion, insight, perseverance and unbelievable skill."
"Players like Michael are the the back bone of this industry and what makes it great."
Over $14 Million in Cashes, Three Bracelets
With over $14 million in career live tournament earnings and two WSOP $50k Players Championship titles, it's hard to find anyone with more impressive credentials than Mizrachi.
Mizrachi also has two World Poker Tour titles, a fifth-place finish in the WSOP Main Event and another WSOP bracelet on his resume along with multiple six-figure scores.
"Lock has grown exponentially," Mizrachi said in a release, "and proven to be a leader in the online poker industry in a very short period of time.
"I am excited about this partnership with Lock and even more excited to join their team of pros. I can’t wait to get started.”
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