Robert Mizrachi is the eldest of the four Mizrachi Poker professionals. Nicknamed "Who's Boss" this guy is the ring leader of the Mizrachi brothers.
Like many poker professional, Mizrachi started out as a casino dealer. He then introduced poker games to his twin brothers, Michael and Eric, at home and thus started the Mizrachi reign.
Robert Mizrachi started playing professionally in 1996 when he won his first tournament at the Victoria Casino in London. It wasn't though until 2003 that he finally started to get recognition when he placed second at the Showdown at the Sands in Atlantic City in the $1,000 No Limit Hold'em event. Then a year later his big win came, he conquered the Master Classics of Poker 2004 in Amsterdam taking home about $500,000.
In 2005, Mizrachi had a final table appearance where he finished fourth in the $1,500 Limit Hold'em Shootout of the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas. But it was 2006 that was his best year. In January he won the $1,000 Super Satellite to the Main Event of the Gold Strike World Poker Open in Tunica.
In April he was unstoppable in the Five-Star World Poker Classic where he won the $1,000 No Limit Hold'em event and placed second in the $1,500 No Limit Hold'em raking in over $138,000 from both. A month later, May 2006, he earned another $129,476 when he finished in sixth place at The Mirage Poker Showdown $10,000 World Poker Tour Main Event of No Limit Hold'em.
As of 2006 Robert Mizrachi has total live tournament earnings of around $2 million.