Isaac Haxton lastly has a World Collection of Poker bracelet.
Lengthy thought of among the finest gamers by no means to win a WSOP event, Haxton ended the drought late Thursday by capturing the $25,000 buy-in Excessive Curler No-limit Maintain’em Eight-Handed occasion at Horseshoe Las Vegas.
Haxton outlasted a discipline of 301 entries, a report for a $25,000 buy-in occasion on the WSOP, and defeated Ryan O’Donnell heads-up to assert the primary prize value nearly $1.7 million.
It was a very long time coming for Haxton, however now he can examine that achievement off the listing.
For the win he collects $1,698,215.
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“I’ve completed second and third many occasions for my largest cashes, so it’s good to lastly win,” Haxton advised WSOP.com. “A 300-player discipline for a $25K, yeah I assume it’s bought to be up there with one in all my largest accomplishments.”
Haxton’s resume contains victories on the European Poker Tour, U.S. Poker Open, Poker Masters and most notably the Tremendous Excessive Curler Bowl in 2018 for $3.6 million. However he historically performs a restricted schedule on the WSOP, and Thursday marked his eighth profession WSOP ultimate desk and his first money in a stay WSOP occasion since 2018.
Haxton took a 3-to-1 chip benefit early in heads-up play and clinched the victory when he spiked a jack on the river for a better pair to eradicate O’Donnell.
With the win, Haxton bumped his profession WSOP earnings to greater than $4.6 million. Total, he has profession stay event earnings of greater than $37.5 million, which is twelfth on the all-time cash listing, based on The Hendon Mob poker database.
This yr alone, Haxton has gained six occasions with a buy-in of greater than $25,000 and earned greater than $7.6 million in prize cash.
O’Donnell, a web based poker professional from Nice Britain, earned greater than $1 million for second place. Darren Elias completed third ($725,790).
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