It's the event that everyone wants to win in their professional poker career - the World Series of Poker bracelet event. But which big names haven't won a WSOP bracelet? There are some big names yet to grab gold, and you might be surprised at who has missed out over the
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. https://twitter.com/PokerGO/status/1039564571327885312 Haxton entered the final table with a chance
Hand relayed to Poker Central by Seth Davies. Isaac Haxton opened the cutoff to 9,000 and Seth Davies three-bet the small blind to 34,000. Haxton called, and on the [Kx6d5d] flop, Davies continued for 15,000. Haxton moved all in for 78,000, and Davies called. Haxton: [9d9x] Davies: [KxQd] Unfortunately for Haxton, the turn and river
In a limped blind versus blind pot Ryan Riess, in the small blind, and Isaac Haxton, in the big blind, checked to river on a board of [Ad5c2hJhKd]. Reiss checked again and then called the 7,500 bet from Haxton, who tabled [Kh7d] for second pair, which was good enough because Riess
Action folded around to Isaac Haxton who limped in the small blind. Nick Petrangelo, the big blind, bumped it up to 10,000 and was called. The flop came out [TcAs5s]. Haxton checked, Petrangelo bet 6,000, and Haxton folded.
Isaac Haxton is off to a rocky start to the day but the good news is he's still in it and it's way too early to panic. Haxton, trying to build his stack back up to its starting size, raised pre-flop to 4,500 and was called by Nick Schulman. Flop: [2h3h6h] Haxton