If you want to buoy on gambling to be catapulted to immense wealth and enviable standing, poker is the most ideal. Jeffrey Lisandro is a poker player whose resume boasts a string of magnificent achievements that would attract the attention of an avid poker player.
Lisandro ventured into the corridors of poker through the WSOP in 1997. He has also final tabled eleven times at the WSOP, in Omaha, 2-to-7 Lowball and Seven Card Stud events to take home five bracelets. To encourage upcoming poker whiz lads, he has also appeared in the World Poker Tour where he has only managed two in the money finishes.
In 2004, Lisandro emerged the $25,000 Limit Hold’em heads-up event ousting Howard Lederer to wring out $194,000 first prize. In 2005, he went ahead to win the $10,000 NLHE World Series of Poker, Lake Tahoe where he outpaced Phil Ivey in a titanic heads-up battle to rake in a whacking $542,360 prize. Playing in the WSOP in 2006, he placed 17th to garner a whopping $659,730.
His WSOP bracelets started slipping into his medal case in 2007 when he won the $2,000 Seven Card Stud alongside a substantial $118,426, the next in 2009 in the $1,500 Seven Card Stud for a stupendous $124,959, $10,000 World Championship 7-Card Stud-Eight/Better for a mouth-watering $431,656 figure and lastly in the $2,500 Razz that gave him $188,370. That did not stop him from siphoning off more; he was back at the 2010E £5,250 pot-limit Omaha in the World Series of Poker where he garnered £159,514. Recently, he plunged into the 2014A$1,650 pot-limit Omaha in the WSOP to take home A$51,660.
Recently, Lisandro resuscitated his winning proclivity in the 2014 WSOP Asia Pacific where he clenched the sixth bracelet in Event III A$1,650 pot-limit Omaha to garner A$51,660. As of 2014, his overall live tournament earnings exceeded $5,400,000 while his fifty-six cashes at the World Series of Poker have channeled $4,151,222 of the total amount. Also notable is his winning of the WSOP Player of the Year accolade.