While most people will be tuning into PokerGO throughout the summer for live streams and event replays of World Series of Poker events, there is also tons of original content offered on poker’s premier subscription platform. That original content is available on-demand and throughout the summer, that on-demand library has expanded with new Pokerography episodes.

Pokerography gives fans a unique look into the lives of poker’s biggest names and two-time Poker Players Championship winner Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi is the focus of the newest Pokerography episode.

From a family of gamblers, including his brother Robert, who has won four World Series of Poker gold bracelets, Mizrachi emerged as one of the most powerful forces the poker world has ever seen. In the span of a few years, Mizrachi became one of the winningest players on tour and over the last decade, has amassed over $15 million in career earnings.

Mizrachi’s trophy case is filled with dozens of victories but his best results have come in some of the world’s biggest events. “The Grinder” won a World Poker Tour title in 2006 and then won the $50,000 Poker Players Championship in 2010 and 2012. Along with Brian Rast, he is the only player to ever win the PPC twice. He also final tabled the WSOP Main Event in 2010, good for a career-best $2,332,000 score.

Throughout his career, Mizrachi built a reputation for being one of poker world’s most competitive and feared, while also being one of the game’s most aggressive players. As quickly as Mizrachi climbed though, he fell. After Florida’s real estate market crashed, Mizrachi was in a tough financial position but even though he was down, he would soon be back in a big, big way.

Mizrachi bounced back and put together one of the greatest World Series of Poker runs of all-time, solidifying himself as one of the world’s best. Learn more about Michael Mizrachi’s poker journey more in the newest episode of Pokerography and stay tuned to PokerGO for more Pokerography releases and other original content debuting later this summer