Isaac Haxton won Short Deck Super High Roller event at GGPoker

Isaac Haxton

​American high roller Isaac Haxton specializes mostly in NL Hold'em games. However, this doesn’t prevent him from succeeding in expensive Short Deck tournaments and earning big prizes.

Some days ago, Short Deck Super High Roller Hold'em 6+ tournament with $10 300 buy-in and $150 000 guarantee finished at GGPoker. This event collected 33 entries, which formed a prize pool of $330 000.

Results of Short Deck Super High Roller tournament

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For the first place, Isaac Haxton received $108 190 as a reward. Player from Austria Konstantin Osipov became a runner-up with a payout of $81 130.

Marcin Barwinski from Poland finished third and earned $60 840. He was followed by Russian participant Sergey Lebedev (4th place and $45 623 of prize money).

Georgian participant under the nickname "DO0T" became the last to enter ITM zone with a payout of $34 210. Dario Sammartino finished as a bubble boy.  

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