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Haxton Bracelet, Man of the Negreanu People: Quick...

A few gold bracelets were announced last weekend in Las Vegas winners, and the WSOP schedule has passed the 20-event mark. One of the most impressive victories was Isaac Haxton’s first-place finish, a victory he hadn’t won in over a decade.

Before the World Series, much of the poker press referred to Isaac as one of the “best poker players in the world.” “. The Player Without the Bracelet,” but the American poker pro quickly lost that title.

In the $25,000 8-Hand High Roller event, he defeated 301 opponents to win his first WSOP title. Isaac, who finished first, added $1,698,215 to his prize pool.

“I’ve been 2nd and 3rd several times, which gives me the biggest prize money, so it’s nice to end up winning.” Haxton commented after his win, “In a $25,000 tournament , with 300 entrants – yes, I think it has to be one of my greatest achievements”.

Isaac is back after a two-year hiatus. The poker scene is back. In just five and a half months, he’s won $7,678,247 — six victories in various series and dozens of final tables. His best result to date is in 2023.

Negreanu is a civilian

In the WSOP, high-limit players often choose the expensive tournaments, ignoring the cheap ones because of the smaller fields and prize money. However, not everyone does. Daniel Negreanu decided to prove himself a fool and signed up for the $300 Gladiators of Poker.

“Why not join the Gladiators? Why not? Let’s have fun I’m one of the people,” Daniel commented on his vlog.

The tournament is the second largest in history. In the first few days, 23,884 people signed up and the $3,000,000 guaranteed prize pool was beaten by 20%.

The Canadian poker pro made his way into Day 2, but it wasn’t very successful – he was eliminated in 767th ahead of the prize pool.

Haxton Bracelet, Man of the Negreanu People: Quick...

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