Jeffrey Lisandro was born in Perth, Australia and is now in his early 40s. He is primarily a cash game player, but enjoys getting out on the poker tournament circuit as well. In 2009, Jeffrey Lisandro became the first person to win a World Series title in all three seven-card stud disciplines in the same year, when he won tournaments in Stud High, Stud High-Low, and Razz.
Not only did Jeffrey Lisandro win several WSOP tournaments, he has made the money once at the WPT and has more than several WSOP final tables. His first coming in 1997 in a Pot Limit Holdem event that would be won by Phil Hellmuth. He currently plays poker professionally online at www.pokerstars.com.
Jeffrey Lisandro still has many significant accomplishments. In December of 2004 he defeated Howard Lederer to win the $25,000 Limit Holdem Heads-Up Tournament. Aside from the WSOP wins, Jeffrey Lisandro considers his biggest achievement to have come in May of 2005, when he defeated Phil Ivey in heads-up play to win the World Series of Poker Circuit Event at Lake Tahoe. Jeffrey Lisandro considers Phil Ivey to be the best poker player in the world, so he considers it a great honor to have beaten Phil heads-up.
Jeffrey Lisandro chews gum at the poker table in an effort to reduce his tells. He has won more than $5 million playing pokler and has 5 WSOP bracelets in his name. Jeffrey Lisandro currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.