The Northeast Pennsylvania Poker Open

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Best Western East Mountain Inn
600 Wildflower Drive at Route 115
Wilkes Barre Pa 18702


Room rate is $79.00 plus tax Includes breakfast for all nights.

  • 4/5 thru 4/11 there are 15 rooms in the block
  • 4/12 thru 4/14 there are 40 rooms in the block

To reserve a room:
Email directly to

In email include :

  • Reserving for the Deepstacks Tournament
  • Name
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Room Type requested
  • Dates of stay.

The hotel will contact you back with confirmation.

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  • Cash Buy-In registration will begin February 1st 2013.
  • Late sign-ups or re-entries will be allowed to enter until the start of level 7.
  • Players winning multiple satellites to this event may transfer their ticket to another player.
  • Players winning an entry to this tournament via any type of satellite will be registered immediately following the satellite in which they win an entry.

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Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi

Quick Stats:

Lifetime Winnings: $13,585,417

Career Titles: 21

Career Cashes: 117

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In 2010, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi re-wrote the records books and barely missed one of the greatest accomplishments in the modern poker era.

Born on Jan. 5, 1981, in North Miami Beach, Florida, “The Grinder” began his career in the game when he left college to pursue a life as a professional poker player. After some modest successes early on, “The Grinder” exploded on the scene when he won two World Poker Tour titles, including the 2006 Borgata Winter Poker Open championship. He topped off that year by winning Card Player’s 2006 Player of the Year award. With over $8,900,000 in lifetime earnings and 19 career titles, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi is a force to be reckoned with anytime he sits down at a table.

However, “The Grinder’s” success doesn’t end there. He began the 2010 WSOP by winning the $50K Players Championship for his first WSOP bracelet and over $1,500,000 in 1st place money. “The Grinder” then capped off his first gold bracelet win by making the final table of the Main Event where he finished 5th for $2.5 million. Then, in 2011, he capped off another great year with a win at the WSOPE in Cannes, France where he won his 2nd bracelet in the 10k split format event for $446k.

In 2012, The Grinder won his 2nd $50k Players Championship making him the first and only two time winner of the event which netted him over $1.4 million.

Michael Mizrachi is considered by many of his peers to be one of the greatest players of all-time and DeepStacks is proud to have this rare talent as a member of Team DeepStacks.

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Jennifer “Jennicide” Leigh

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Jennifer was born August 10, 1983 in Wilmington, Delaware. At the age of 12, Jennifer created her nickname “Jennicide” since it had a mysteriously close resemblance to her name and plus it was cool. Jennicide is a well known name on the internet and has since made a name for her in the live cash and tournament circuit. Jennifer learned the game of poker playing low limit “sit and go” tournaments and is now recognized for playing some of the highest limits in the game today.

Jennifer’s live poker accomplishments started when she was invited in July of 2005 by GSN to play in their series of televised tournaments, the “Poker Royale, Battle of the Ages”. The series featured seasoned pros over the age of 60 playing against professionals under the age of 30. She played in 4 televised tournaments which culminated in her winning 3 of the 6 tournaments by beating Dan Harrington and Miami John Cernuto along the way.

In January of 2006, Jennifer cashed in the WPT Caribbean Poker Adventure tournament. She also had the recognition of being the last female in the tournament out of a field of 724 entrants. Then, in April of 2006, Jennifer was asked to participate in the taping of a documentary about women in poker entitled “Poker Divas”. Jennifer participated in numerous preliminary tournaments during the 2006 World Series of Poker, where she cashed in Event #34 and finished in 18th place. Directly after the series, she played in the 2006 World Poker Tour Legends Tournament where she finished again in the money. Jennifer has accumulated over $300,000 in lifetime tournament earnings.

While away from the tables, Jennifer has written several published strategy based poker articles and has participated in photo shoots for several entertainment, men’s and poker publications to include Bluff Magazine, Card Player, Inside Edge, Top Pair, Skinnie Magazine, FHM Online and Playboy. Jennifer also has experience in poker television programming as she has appeared in several poker based broadcast shows such as UPN’s “Poker Parlor” and “Sam’s Game”, an invitation-only televised tournament.

We are excited about the addition of Jennifer “Jennicide” Leigh to Team DeepStacks. Her ability to play, teach and represent the game so well makes her an invaluable member to the world’s greatest instructors.

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Tristan “Cre8ive” Wade

Quick Stats:

Lifetime Winnings: $1,520,838

Career Titles: 7

Career Cashes: 94

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Tristan Wade is a confirmed child of the “Moneymaker Effect”. After seeing Chris’s performance in the 2003 WSOP Wade decided to educate himself more about the game, and after reading a few books began playing low stakes online games and home games around Orlando, FL.

After honing his skills, he attended his first WSOP as soon as he turned 21 in 2006. A year later he made a deep run, placing 163rd for $51,398 which was his highest live cash at the time. Since then, he has simply been crushing it. In 2011 alone, Tristan has amassed over $800k in tournament earnings with 3 WSOP final tables including his first win at the WSOPE $3300 NLH event in Cannes, France. In that event, Tristan was honored with his first WSOP bracelet and his place in poker history .He is also considered by many people to be one of the best poker instructors in the world, having been responsible for the education of thousands of players around the world. Tristan is that rare combination of great skill and great knowledge of the game that makes his such a rare talent.

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