Lisandro Won Sixth WSOP Bracelet

Jeffrey Lisandro the Australian poker pro beat a field of 123 players in the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific event of 2014.

The event was the $1,650 AUD pot-limit and it was won by the Lisandro. Winning the event, Lisandro entered in the club poker pro Daniel Negreanu. This is the sixth WSOP gold bracelet won by Lisandro in a year.

And in addition to winning the bracelet in the WSOP 2014, the player also won the amount of $51,660 AUD. In the USD the amount becomes $44,805 USD. In the three different continents there are only two players who have made this record.

The competition was three days long and Lisandro came into the final table of six-handed in the third chip position. It did not take much time for Lisandro do win the tournament. After 35 hands he was in front of Jason Gray to claim the title as well as the bracelet. Both the players played nearly 100 hands and finally getting it in to see a flop of 752. In the match, Lisandro raised and Gray fired 12,000. Lisandro called with the AKJ5 and Gray moved all in.

For the best Gray held the J754. He had with two pair at the moment. On the 4 turn Lisandro pick up a straight gutshot draw. And in addition to that, he has the nut flush, and then on the river 3 completed the draw and give Lisandro the wheel. The straight of Lisandro earned him the game. He got the pot of prize as well the title of the event. And Gray was sent to the rail. He finished as a runner up of the event.

Sharing his experience after winning the event, Lisandro said, “Playing against the Jason was not at all easy, he wanted to win the event at any cost.”