PLO World Championship Winner Robert Mizrachi
July 15, 2007, 2:53 pm (11 years ago)
A $768,889 and a crown in Pot Limit Omaha was taken by the winner Robert Mizrachi. The PLO World Championship games was the name known by some, this also has the $10,000 buy-ins, same as in the main event. This game, Omaha is famous around the world and many professionals like it. This is somewhat similar to Texas Hold’em although the card holes are four. In this game, to declare a hand there must be only two out of the four.
This is the 1st winning in the WSOP bracelet of Robert Mizrachi, in spite the fact that he played already in the competitive poker for years. Robert should not be mistaken to his brother Michael “the Grinder’ Mizrachi, in spite the fact that he is one of the topmost players for the last 5 years still doesn’t have a title in WSOP.
The mother of the Mizrachi brothers was the one who teach them to play poker, she made sure that they know all the variants. The tournament cycles of H.O.R.S.E is through these numbers and the H.O.R.S.E of Robert is two at the final table for his WSOP CV, which adds five cashes for the last couple of weeks, it gives him the opportunity to become the sought after player this year.
Doyle Brunson was disqualified being in the 6th place, with the record of having 11th bracelet was finally given to Phil Hellmuth, Brunson win a $123,967. in the second prize was Rene Mouritsen, after the game of heads-up that last with 15 hands. Mouritsen won a $464,877 and in the 3rd place was Patrik Antonius.