Isaac Haxton Wins His Second SHR Title of 2023


The poker Pro Isaac Haxton defeated Seth Davies in heads-up play to win the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure $100,000 buy-in super high roller event less Than A Week Removed From A Victory In The $50,000 PokerGO Cup Finale.

Haxton is actually no stranger to effectiveness in the Bahamas, having finished as the second best in the 2007 PCA main event for $861,789 once it was part of the World Poker Tour. This newest victory denoted the 6th opportunity that Haxton has paid for 7 have a place in a texas hold’em event. He today has just reluctant of $33.5 million in occupation profits, suitable for 15th position on poker’s all time money checklist.

“We got down to three players left in the tournament and we got to the stacks being almost identical. Seth and Adrian are both players I have an enormous amount of respect for. I think they are really, really good. So rather than gambling for nearly a million dollar difference between third and first, we decided to split up the money,” Haxton told PokerStars reporters when asked about the deal.

$100,000 PCA Super High Roller Final Table Results:

1st Isaac Haxton $1,082,230*
2nd Seth Davies $1,078,347*
3rd Adrian Mateos $1,095,903*
4th Juan Pardo $522,900
5th Mike Watson $404,100
6th Daniel Dvoress $320,900
7th Timothy Adams $249,600