Isaac Haxton was born in America. He is a professional player of poker. He is a very intelligent poker player as he had played many chess tournaments in his early days, and he uses chess theory while playing the game. He started playing poker in 2006 when he was studying in college. He read books on poker and then became a regular player of poker. He won a cash prize of $681,789 in online poker tournament of 2007. He finished in the final table of WSOP main event in 2007 and 2008.
He finished in 2nd place of ‘WSOP main event’ in 2009 as well as won cash prize of $1.1 million. He won the ‘Venetian Deep Stack’ event in 2010. He cashed 43 times in World Series of poker events. In 2014, his total of winning cash prizes became more than $9,565,587. He finished in 2nd place of ‘Aria Super High Roller Tournament’ as well as won a cash prize of $813,394. He finished in 455th place of WSOP Main event in 2013 and won a cash prize of $24,480. He finished in 2nd place of Asia pacific poker tour event, and he won cash prize of $2,965,612. He finished in 5th place of online poker tournament on poker star, and he won cash prize of $1,316,129. He is successful but not so much famous American poker player.
He finished in 39th place of Hold’Em event in 2012 and won a cash prize of $11,563. He finished in 3rd place of ‘High Roller Event’ on poker star, and he won cash prize of $380,730 in this event. He played many online poker tournaments as he is one of the members of ‘Poker Star Team’. He does not have any record ‘European Poker Tour.’ He played only few live poker tournaments. He is not so much successful in WSOP, but he earned many cash prizes in ‘World Series of Poker event’. He played only few ‘World Poker Tournaments’ and he does not have any record in these tournaments.
Anyone well-acquainted with the casino will confess the hurdles that players have to navigate to make it to the finals. Elimination entails that once you are busted, you are absolutely out. The big sharks face each other at high stakes; the scales can fall on either side. The guy who carries the day is always an odd player, mostly a fresher from local events while others horn their skills online. US professional poker-players are incontrovertibly iconic, but yet German Pius Heinz is as conspicuous. Having collected a $700,000 rake-off online, he hit the ground running. Although famed, his oblivion in live events has kept his colossal earnings insidious. Exploring his accomplishments behooves you to understand his peculiarity.
Heinz became prominent in 2010 after clinching the Full Tilt Poker the Sunday-Mulligan and PokerStars.Net $150K tournament first place prizes. Nevertheless, this salience is not depicted in live events which he has continuously shunned. However, he had quite a formidable appearance was when he cashed at the World Series of Poker event, finishing seventh where he got $83,286 as his cut. That is his only remarkable live event in No-Limit Holdem 2011’. However he became the first German to get the major event bracelet. Sources like Bluff Magazine intimate he had won millions of jackpots in his fledgling stages online, though this is clandestine.
With the 2011 win against Czech opponent Martin Staszako to win the event, Heinz was on a prosperous path. In contrast, his abysmal absence in live tournaments seems to have disinclined him for these events. If still adept on the online gambling landscape, he has potential for the final hand and a win. Suffice to say his inclinations for the digitalized game version which is inspiring to enthusiasts. He still has versatility to perform excellently on virtual and live events, all he needs is to diversify his approaches and engage in dual play.
The game of poker is so much famous that the people all over the world wait eagerly to know about the news that whether their favourite has won this time or not. The WSOP group took the game in to a next level with the help of poker media. Nolan Dalla and Jessica Welman in their recent news update inform us about the historic heads up that the poker lovers will remember forever.
When Phil Helmuth was looking forward to win his 14th title and Ted Forrest was trying to get his 6th title after the 2008 event, there was a sudden shift in the game play. The two legends fought with each other for many hours leaving the viewers excited about the result of this game. Ted Forrest was on a losing streak suddenly made a heads up and changing the condition of the table. The player who won the maximum number of titles, Phil Helmuth lost the match and remained in the 2nd position after the main table event and leading to the win of Forrest. Phil was excited about his game and said after completing the match, that “there is no shame in coming to the second place after the great legend Ted Forrest”.
There were many voices cheering for Phil but very few were there for Ted, Ted revealed in a personal review. Though Ted won this time but still Phil remains as the most number of gold bracelet winner of the WSOP tournament.
The news article published by the two media members of WSOP, Nolan and Jessica also revealed about the strategic movements of the player’s hands and how Ted became a winner at the end of the game. It seemed for everyone that the game will go on and on which has got no end.