[VIDEO] Alex Foxen’s Magic Explained

Super High Roller Bowl V brought many memorable moments to poker fans all over the world, most notably the dominant performance of Isaac Haxton. Before collecting the $3.6 million first prize and Championship ring, however, Haxton had to send Alex Foxen to the rail. Foxen finished second in this event

Isaac Haxton Captures Super High Roller Bowl V Title For $3.6 Million

Isaac Haxton Wins Super High Roller Bowl V

"This is my biggest score ever and easily the best accomplishment. This is the highlight of my tournament career," an elated Isaac Haxton said after winning Super High Roller Bowl V late on Wednesday night inside the PokerGO Studio. Haxton crossed the $20 million mark of career tournament earnings with a

Isaac Haxton Captures Super High Roller Bowl V Title For $3.6 Million

"This is my biggest score ever and easily the best accomplishment. This is the highlight of my tournament career," an elated Isaac Haxton said after winning Super High Roller Bowl V late on Wednesday night inside the PokerGO Studio. Haxton crossed the $20 million mark of career tournament earnings with a

Isaac Haxton Clips Alex Foxen

Alex Foxen limped in from the button holding and Isaac Haxton checked his option with . The flop landed and Haxton checked to Foxen who bet 60,000. Both players checked down the and on the turn and river, and Haxton would collect the pot with his better two

Isaac Haxton Running Away from Alex Foxen

Alex Foxen raised his button to 150,000 holding and Isaac Haxton called from the big blind holding . The flop landed and Haxton checked over to Foxen who continued with a bet of 235,000. Haxton called and then checked the that landed on the turn. Foxen cut out a

Alex Foxen With the Flop Check-Raise

Isaac Haxton limped the button holding and Alex Foxen checked his option with . The flop landed and Foxen checked to Haxton who bet 120,000. Foxen responded with a check-raise to 350,000 and Haxton immediately folded.