Michael Mizrachi (born January 5 1981 in Miami, Florida) is an American professional poker player.
Growing up, Mizrachi wanted to become a doctor but dropped out of college to play poker full-time.
In January 2005, Mizrachi finished 5th in the World Poker Tour (WPT) World Poker Open at a table also featuring Daniel Negreanu and Scotty Nguyen. The next month he won a first prize of $1,859,909 on the WPT, defeating a final table including Ted Forrest and Erick Lindgren. He finished the year's WPT with an 11th place finish (out of 452 entrants) in the $25,000 WPT Championship.
In the 2005 World Series of Poker (WSOP), he tied a record by having 7 money finishes.
In the WPT's fourth season he finished 2nd to Scotty Nguyen in the Gold Strike World Poker Open. In the next event, he defeated a final table including John D'Agostino and Erick Lindgren to win $1,173,373 and a 2006 Cadillac Escalade in his second WPT win.
Mizrachi was one of the players at the table during season 2 of High Stakes Poker.
In 2006 Mizrachi won CardPlayer Magazine's Player of the Year Award.
As of 2008, Mizrachi's live tournament winnings exceed $6,700,000.