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Icy Jeff Lisandro

Professional poker player Jeff Lisandro of Salerno, Italy was born in Perth, Australia and is known on the professional circuit as one of the world's best Seven-Card Stud players, a claim well supported by his performance at the 2009 World Series of Poker where he became the first person ever to win the World Title in each of the three Seven Card games, Stud High, Stud High-Low, and Razz. This feat also earned him a well-deserved Player of thr Year title.

Jeff Lisandro, (also known as the Ice Man), who says that his mother taught him to play poker at the age of 5, made his first World Series of Poker event appearance, Pot Limit Hold'em, in 1997. Since then, he has made eleven World Series of Poker finals: Omaha, Seven-Card Stud, 2 to 7 Lowball, Seven-Card High/Low, Razz, and Pot Limit Omaha.

In December of 2004, Jeff took home a $194,000 grand prize in the $25,000 Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament, and defeated Phil Ivey in the World Series of Poker $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em event in 2005 to grab the $524,360 prize, a win that he considers to be one of the high points of his poker career because of his respect for Phil Ivey.

Jeff's 17th place finish in the 2006 World Series of Poker's main event was good enough to net him a $659,730 pay day, however this event is probably best remembered for a disputed ante accusation leveled against Lisandro by Prahld Friedman that was argued throughout the game. Friedman alleged that Lisandro had neglected to put up a $5000 ante, and threats were exchanged as the game continued to get chippy. Later, when Friedman attempted to settle things during the game, Lisandro refused to speak with him.

Jeff Lisandro has won the following World Series of Poker Bracelets for the years and events listed: 2007, $2,000 Seven Card Stud; 2009, $1,500 Seven Card Stud; 2009, $10,000 World Championship Seven Card Stud, 8 or better; 2009, $2500 Razz; 2010/Europe, 5250 Pound Pot Limit Omaha.

In addition to his residence in Italy, Lisandro also has property in California, and indulges in online gambling at PokerStars when he's not busy at at the poker table. Prior to becoming a professional poker player, Lisandro was involved in real estate investment and development.

Jeff Lisandro's World Series of Poker and Circuit Winnings and Finishes through 2012 by Year:

1997 - $15,550 - 7th, 12th
2004 - $177,080 - 3/3rd, 9th, 13th, 17th
2005 - $582,510 - 1st, 7th,37th,43rd, 45th
2006 - $698,001 - 9th, 15th, 17th, 19th
2007 - $462,149 - 1st, 2nd, 13th, 18th,62nd, 91st
2008 - $385,270 - 2nd, 7th, 19th, 20th
2009 - $807,521 - 3/1st, 9th, 17th, 33rd
2010 - $488,298 - 1st, 5th, 24th, 42nd
2011 - $174,318 - 11th, 26th, 30th, 35th
2012 - $177,253 - 5th, 10th, 13th, 30th, 38th, 48th