Mizrachi also has two World Tour titles, and he finished 5th in the Main Event of the 2010 World Series of.
In January of 2013, Mizrachi signed on as a team pro with Lock
= Tournaments As of 2014, Mizrachi"s live tournament winnings exceed $14.5 million. His 35 cashes at the WSOP account for $6,931,580 of those winnings. World Series of
In the 2005 World Series of (WSOP), Mizrachi tied the record of seven money finishes in a single year.
In the 2008 World Series of, he finished third in the $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha World Championship.
Later that year, Mizrachi also made the November Nine in the Main Event. This was controversial because some felt that Mizrachi"s year was better, which resulted in a refinement of the scoring system.
Mizrachi"s success in 2010 led to Entertainment and Sports Programming Network poker announcer Norman Chad labelling it "The Year of The Grinder". In 2011, Mizrachi just missed winning another WSOP title when he took 2nd in the $2,500 Omaha/Study Eight or Better event for $158,148.
In January 2005, Mizrachi finished fifth in the World Tour (WPT) World Open at a table also featuring Daniel Negreanu and Scotty Nguyen.
Classic, defeating a final table including Ted Forrest and Erick Lindgren. He also finished 11th place(out of 452 entrants) in the $25,000 WPT Championship. Mizrachi played during the second season of High Stakes.