Jeff Lisandro

Jeffrey ( Jeff ) "Iceman" Lisandro ( * in Perth, Australia ) is an Australian- Italian professional poker player who lives in Salerno as well as Las Vegas and plays for Italy.

He already learned in the age of five from his mother how to play poker.


Lisandro is actually a cash game player who plays for the highest stakes. But he has set itself again and again with very good results even in poker tournaments in the scene. He plays online at PokerStars. At the poker table, he chews gum regularly, in order to suppress any tells.

In the tournaments of the World Series of Poker, he took part for the first time in 1997; he managed to equal a final table. He was also able to reach a total of eleven final tables at the WSOP.

In December 2004, he was a heads up tournament to decide for themselves by defeating Howard Lederer at the Bellagio. He won $ 194,000 at an entry fee of $ 25,000.

In one of the World Series of Poker Circuit tournaments he could occupy the first place in May 2005 and win the prize money of $ 542,360. He defeated Phil Ivey at the tournament at Lake Tahoe and called it his greatest victory.

In the World Series of Poker in 2006, he finished an excellent 17th in the Main Event and won $ 659,730 for it. During the final phase of the tournament, he came with Prahlad Friedman together because Friedman accused him of not having paid his ante. Friedman called him a thief and Lisandro Friedman threatened to beat up. It turned out that one other player forgot to pay ante. However, the two did not get along well in retrospect.

At the 2007 WSOP, he won his first bracelet in the World Series with a $ 2,000 Seven Card Stud tournament ( prize money $ 118,000 ). Previously, he was in a Pot Limit Hold'em competition behind Allen Cunningham already second and banked $ 300,000. In 2009, he won his second bracelet in the $ 1,500 Seven Card Stud, after he had again reached the $ 10,000 Seven Card Stud with space 9 is a excellent placement. On 20 June 2009, he was equal to follow his overall third bracelet by winning the $ 10,000 World Championship Seven Card Stud Hi -Lo and here became the successor of last year's winner Sebastian Ruthenberg. His dominance in stud poker, he underscored the triple by Seven Card Razz event total won his third bracelet at the 2009 WSOP and his fourth bracelet in the $ 2,500 on June 24. He 2009 WSOP Player of the Year was through his three bracelets at the 2009 WSOP.

His fifth Bracelet Jeff Lisandro won at the World Series of Poker Europe 2010 in Pot Limit Omaha.

Currently are its revenue at over $ 5.1 million by official poker tournaments.

World Series of Poker bracelets

By 2013, Lisandro has won at the World Series of Poker $ 3,436,705.