The Sunday Scoop: More From The Mizrachis

Lily "MissGrinder" Mizrachi

The Mizrachi's incredible year continued on what was another busy Sunday in the online poker world.

By now, most poker fans know of the Mizrachi family's triumphs at the 2010 World Series of Poker.

Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi and his brother Robert both final tabled the $50k Player's Championship that Michael eventually won and their roll continued as all four Mizrachi brothers cashed in the 2010 WSOP Main Event with Michael going on to make the November Nine and finish fifth for over $2 million.

But this weekend, Michael's wife Lily "MissGrinder" Mizrachi let the online poker world know theirs is a dual income family.

MissGrinder finished runner up in Full Tilt's $600+$40 $1 million Guarantee for $141,837.60, just missing the $230,956.80 first prize claimed by winner dlanger610.

The event drew a respectable field of 2,092 creating a $1,225,200 prize pool that paid 306, but while it provided the biggest story, it wasn't even close to the biggest tournament run on Full Tilt this Sunday.

That title went to the $70+$5 Mini FTOPS Main Event that drew a massive 16,910-player field making for a $1,183,700 prize pool.

fraa87 booked the $177,555 win there beating GROMAZ ($118,370) heads-up.

A six-figure score was also up for grabs in the Full Tilt Sunday Brawl and Tight-Man1 took it down, collecting $106,412.60 after outlasting a field of 2,621.

Over on PokerStars, the Sunday Million drew 8,486 players creating a $1,697,200 guarantee-smashing prize pool that paid 1,260.

bigoots took first and $249,662.80 while six-figure scores went to both runner-up nineallday00 ($182,449.00) and third-place finisher STREWO ($127,290.00).

Three weeks ago, DSavo took fourth place in PokerStars' $215 Sunday Warm-Up.

This week, he outlasted a field of 4,732 to grab the title and lion's share of a $946,400 prize pool.

Holding the lead five-handed, DSavo agreed to a five-way chip chop that guranteed he and j_t_s80 ($109,260.08) six figures and left $10k for first. In the end, he grabbed $127,039.75 for the win while j_t_s80 collected one of the biggest fifth-place prizes in Sunday Warm-Up history.

In the meantime, jandrin2 took down the $215 Sunday 2nd Chance for $52,323.52 defeating a final table that included Team PokerStars Online Pro George "Jorj95" Lind (9th).

Finally, over on UB, HEYIMDRO grabbed $200k GTD glory and a $45,731.84 first prize.

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