Love for Poker

Mothers who are teachers of good skills like poker have helped in shaping the world of poker today. The mother of Jeffery Lisandro who taught him game of poker at the age of five. Jeffery is an Australian professional player who is residing in Salerno, Italy who is a specialist who won a World Series titles in three seven card stud disciplines at the same time. These awards are Stud High, Razz and Stud High Low in 2009 World Series of Poker that made him earn the title Player of the Year. He began his poker first final table appearance in 1997 WSOP in $3,000 pot limit hold’em tournament that was won by Phil Hellmuth and since then, eleven WSOP final tables have not eluded his magic fingers.  However, his prows have not taken him to a final table on the World Poker Table.

Mothers can indirectly influence the lives of their kids when it comes to career choice.  Poker is a game that requires exceptional skills before you can win a game like WSOP. Winning is what poker is all about because a loss is unforgettable which is why Jeffery Lisandro in 2004 December, he defeated Howard Lederer in the final to get richer with $194,000.

In May, 2005, he was winning again at Lake Tahoe in no limit hold’em WSOP when he crushed Phil Ivey.  As good as he is, he still have his challenges with other players like Friedman who called him a thief when they had a misunderstanding. He has 35 cashes at the World Series of Poker with accumulated earning of $2,928,469 from WSOP. And to cap it all, he became the World Series of Poker Player of the Year in 2009. Today, the training of his mother has finally paid off with Jeff becoming an icon in Poker game.