Michael Mizrachi, Full Tilt Under Fire

Just when things seemed to be going so well for Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi, the law steps in to ruin his fun. One of the stars of this year's November Nine, Mizrachi has been named in a lawsuit by the Texas-based company Deliverance Poker. The company alleges that, in July of 2009, the Grinder signed an agreement which promised that he would act as a representative for their product. The document also allegedly earned him a payment of $150,000, as well as a 1.75% interest in the company. Mizrachi would also have received an undetermined amount of buy-ins and paid expenses, paying his way to poker tournaments around the world.

World Series of Poker Main Event Airs Today!

The World Series of Poker is the tournament every poker player dreams about playing. This year, 7,319 players registered for the tournament to make that dream come true; it was the second largest field in WSOP history. ESPN was there to capture all the poker glory on...