Blackjack Hand Tips from Jeffrey Lisandro

A lot of money is invested into the game of mind blowing poker which is why it has become a competitive game for players. What is the meaning of blackjack hand? This is a question we should be asking Jeffrey Lisandro when we see him next.


Italian Influence

In 2009, Jeffrey “Iceman” Lisandro accomplished a feat in World Series of Poker that a lot of people thought would be difficult to achieve in the post-Moneymaker era when he won three bracelets in a single year. Lisandro did just that, taking down Stud, Stud Hi/Lo and Razz events to make him the undisputed Stud games champion of 2009. He is not considering himself yet to be a premiere Stud player in the world of poker but would not associate himself with No Limit Hold’em.


Jeffrey Lisandro the Australian professional poker player, now residing in Salerno, Italy, is known by many to be a cash game specialist, but is a well-known face on the poker tournament circuit and is regarded as one of the premier Seven Card Stud players in the world.

Having finished 17th in the 2006 World Series of Poker main event, winning $659,730, he was also noted for an incident with Prahlad Friedmanduring the event, where Friedman felt that Jeffery Lisandro had not put in his ante, worth 5,000 chips, in a hand.

Matusow Speaks Out

Reputed poker player Mike Matusow, popular as The Mouth, speaks about the poker industry and also about some individual players. Matusow is self-opinionated as he enters the poker industry whether it is brick and mortar casinos, online poker and so on. It was since the last summer that the pro has been shielded away from the world of poker as he admitted that he was churned up by the whole situation that cropped over after online poker’s Black Friday.



The current rankings for the GPI (Global Poker Index) 300 have been unveiled and there was a huge change in the top twenty of the list which saw Erik Seidel, the American poker pro dip 17 positions as well as out of the top twenty to go down all the way to twenty-third on that list.


Jeffrey Lisandro signed a new deal with Matchbook to enhance his reputation. The “Iceman” said, "I’m truly delighted to be part of Matchbook, I’m looking forward to representing the brand on my travels around the world. My first competitive stop as an Ambassador is the World Series Of Poker on the 31st May, where I’ll be announcing a whole range of exclusive poker markets at

“I am hungry for more bracelets, I plan to play as much as possible and if the cards fall my way I am confident I can add more titles at WSOP 2011.”



Jeff Lisandro has had himself on a media ban after facing a lot of criticism. Five-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeff Lisandro has put himself on a media ban since the 2010 WSOP, refusing all interview requests after he was controversially overlooked for the Tournament of Champions (despite being named WSOP Player of the Year just 12 months earlier). However, he agreed to speak out in an exclusive interview with PokerNews Australasia and Pacific to explain all of his grievances with the direction tournament poker is headed.



Jeffrey Lisandro exited the APPT Sydney Day 1c despite playing well. It managed to take Moneymaker thrity-hours to arrive in Sydney from his home in the USA, but only six hours to bust from the Main Event. Tony Hachem limped out soon after along with multiple WSOP Bracelet holder Jeffrey Lisandro and APPT and ANZPT Champions Binh Nguyen and Scott Kerr.



Jeffrey Lisandro in another of his crowning moments, won his fifth WSOPE bracelet.Jeffrey Lisandro is on a roll with his many victories. Last year, he earned the 2009 WSOP player of the year award, which is a great feat in itself, and this year, he just increased his number of WSOP bracelets by one, putting him in the twelfth place for having the most number of bracelets.

His four other bracelets, however, were won in Stud Events. Lisandro is known for being one of the best Seven Card Stud players.


Jeffrey Lisandro took a shot for the WPT High Rollers crown. A light field of 20 players stepped up to offer their £15,000 (roughly $22,000 U. S. dollars) for a shot at one of three paying spots. The first three places paid out £141,000 for first, £84,600 for second, and £56,400 for third, meaning that most everyone on the tables would walk away with just a story for their efforts.