- Birthplace: Perth, Australia
- Resides: Salerno, Italy
- Nickname: Iceman
Born in Australia to Italian immigrant parents, Jeffrey Lisandro is widely recognised as a cash game specialist, but he is also well known on the poker tournament circuit.
Jeffrey Lisandro World Series of Poker
At the 2006 World Series of Poker (WSOP), Lisandro won $659 730 for finishing 17th in the main event.
He continued this success in 2007 when he finished 2nd in the World Championship Pot Limit Hold’em Event, winning $294 620 in the process.
He went on to win his first – and so far only – World Series of Poker bracelet in the $2 000 Seven-Card Stud Event.
To date, Lisandro has cashed 21 times at the WSOP, earning just under $1.4 million. He has cashed in four or more tournaments at the WSOP in every year since 2004 and will be sure to be gunning hard for more bracelets in 2008.
World Poker Tour And Other Poker Tournaments
Lisandro has finished in the money in one event on the World Poker Tour (WPT), but he still hasn’t reached a final table on the circuit.
In December 2004, he won the $25,000 Limit Hold’em Heads-Up tournament, defeating Howard Lederer in the final to take home the $194 000 grand prize.
As of 2007, Lisandro’s total live tournament winnings come to over $2.6 million.
Jeffrey Lisandro Trivia
- His mother taught him how to play poker when he was five years old
- He is known for chewing gum at the poker table to reduce tells
- As well as his Italian home, Lisandro owns property in Santa Barbara, California
- Lisandro made most of his money from real estate investments