Through the Lens: American Poker Awards Flashback

The Global Poker Awards are coming to Las Vegas in April, which means it is only fitting to take a look back at last year's American Poker Awards. The biggest names in the industry converged on Los Angeles to celebrate an amazing year in poker. Hall of Fame players, up-and-comers,

Isaac Haxton Ships $10,000 Short Deck Poker Masters Event #4 on PokerGO

Playing Short Deck Poker for the very first time, Isaac Haxton took down the 2018 Poker Masters $10,000 Short Deck tournament. Haxton collected $176,000 for just the fifth outright win of his tournament career.

The first major Short Deck event held in the United States finished with a familiar face entering the winner's circle for the first time at ARIA. Isaac Haxton topped a field of 55 to win the $10,000 Event 4 on PokerGO for $176,000. Haxton entered the final table with a chance

Cary Katz Eliminated by Alex Foxen

Koray Aldemir raised to 11,000 under the gun and both Cary Katz and Alex Foxen called in the blinds. The flop landed [3cTc3d] and action checked through to see the [6c] land on the turn. Katz checked, Foxen bet 30,000, and after Aldemir folded, Katz check-raised all in for roughly 90,000. Foxen

Nick Schulman Rivers Flush to Eliminate Cary Katz

Nick Schulman raised to 8,000 from middle position and both Chris Hunichen and Cary Katz called from the blinds. The flop landed [Jc7s5c] and after Hunichen checked, Katz bet his last 8,000. Schulman called, and Hunichen responded with a check-raise to 30,000. Schulman called, and after the turn fell the [7d], Hunichen