Michael “Grinder” Mizrachi, the hottest poker player on the planet and 2010 Ante Up World Series of Poker Player of the Year, has signed an exclusive deal to become an instructor with DeepStacks Live.
Mizrachi won this year’s WSOP $50,000 Players Championship, then completed arguably the most impressive feat in major tournament history when he made the final table of the WSOP Main Event.
From now through November (when he’ll play for poker immortality), the Grinder will be focused on two things: winning the main event and teaching students at DeepStacks Live courses how to be champions.
Most of Mizrachi’s courses will be taught in Florida, where new laws allow for uncapped play. DeepStacks Live has specifically angled its Florida courses to protect the Sunshine State’s players and rapidly improve their all-around games.
“I had a lot of options after the WSOP, but DeepStacks Live was the right fit for how I play and how I want to teach others to play,” Mizrachi said. “They are the most innovative and hands-on training company. The other Team DeepStacks pros I’ll be teaching with include Hall of Famers and poker legends, guys who I’ve really respected for a long time, and joining their team was a no-brainer for me.”