When some people hear of high stakes in poker, they are gripped with the fear of losing substantial amounts of cash. However, it is not all enthusiasts who have the offsetting tendency to flirt with the exiguous bonuses online without going for a high stakes killing. In this topnotch players list lies Jeff Lisandro, like other clandestine growing superstars his rise to prominence came during the WSOP 2009 when he got media attention. He hails from, Perth in Australia. To impugn the aphorism that gambling is risky, he has launched himself in global poker competition where he has emerged powerfully domineering.
He won his first ever during the 2007 WSOP golden bracelet in a 7-Card Stud tournament. He struggled and final tabled against the likes of heroic Daniel Negreanu to get the glory that had hedged him for long. He came close to getting another one, finishing second during the World Championship PL event. But the win at the $10,000 World Championship 7-Cards Stud Hi-Lo which gave him a bracelet was a major breakthrough. He finished first and won $124,975. Moreover, he has incredibly made thirty-one cashes, with twelve final tables. He was 17th at the WSOP Main Event, walking away with $659,730. That was not bad as he has continued with potent brilliance in all games that he has played.
His live tournaments earnings range over $4 million, he is also vibrant on the online casino games where his scores and performance is commendable. His moves are rich with punctilios tactics that have enabled him to become conspicuous in the poker industry. It is during this tournament that he finally became a formidable Stud at the global level. Weighing his resume ingredients, one would not be making a facile assertion to say he is inclined to win even more. His focal point should be the World Poker Tour title, European Poker Tour and upcoming WSOP main events.