WASSUP '09: Lisandro Wins The Seven Card Stud Bracelet, Again
June 9, 2021

Jeffrey Lisandro, a well known poker veteran with over $3,000,000 in lifetime cashes, earned his second World Series of Poker bracelet yesterday after successfully outlasting a field of 359 players in Event #16, the $1,500 buy-in Seven Card Stud.

Along with the bracelet- Lisandro's second in Stud, Jeff also earned $124,975 and perhaps more importantly, 100 WSOP Player of the Year points. 

The POY points are especially significant this year due to a highly publicized POY prop bet he and PokerRoad's Barry Greenstein are currently in the midst of against Daniel Negreanu and Erick Lindgren, two players who have already shown their ability to rack up points of their own this year.

As well as having to outlast many well known pros throughout the three day event, to earn the bracelet Lisandro also had to survive an impressive final table that held among others, John Juanda and Nick Frangos.

The final table finish positions for Event #16 were as follows:

1st.  Jeffrey Lisandro- $124,975

2nd.  Rodney Pardey- $77,229

3rd.  Steve Stencil- $50,625

4th.  Nickolas Frangos- $35,086

5th.  John Juanda- $25,633

6th.  Eric Pardey- $19,689

7th.  Daniel Studer- $15,862

8th.  Mitch Schock- $13,373

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Story by Mark Anderson

Sweet Tweets* $1,500 Seven Card Stud

Nightmare round... Down to 60k...Still ok
-Fabrice Soulier

Just survived my 1st all in. 27 left. 19.5k in chips.
-Robert Goldfarb

Out 26th.
-Robert Goldfarb

@writerjen Thanks! Lets go bowling.
-Robert Goldfarb

15th. Michele cheered me up by pointing out that according to Bluff's gorilla math, I'm 77th in the world. 1 above Cantu, 2 above Ivey :)
-Dutch Boyd

*A sampling of Twitter posts from Event #16, courtesy of the
PokerRoad Nation.

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