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Demystifying Sorel Mizzi

by Rebecca McAdam |  Published: Apr 01, 2010


Once upon a time there was a young man from Canada — a fun-loving, competitive kid, with a savvy business mind, and an entrepreneurial spirit. Rising up in front of this young man were two pathways. The first looked worn yet safe and inviting, but this young man chose the less familiar route. It peaked and troughed as it gleamed like gold into the distance. He called himself “Imper1um” and began on his chosen path, one that would change his life forever. In the six years since, the man behind the pseudonym, Sorel Mizzi, has visited the greatest heights and deepest lows that come with being a professional poker player. And just turning 24 years of age, Mizzi has proven he has something many other young guns lack nowadays — sustainability. The Nonconformist “I didn’t take the route of going to university, and getting a degree and a job,” says ...

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