From a starting field of 34 players, it was Isaac Haxton who finished atop the podium in HRW 14: $10,300 Short Deck High Roller, pulling in $153,570 for his first-place finish.
Haxton bested a final table featuring the likes of Amichai Barer and Stoyan Madanzhiev, but the American stuck around, picking optimal spots as he watched his competitors vanish.
Haxton found himself heads-up with Barer at a large disadvantage but instantly jumped back into contention. He took his momentum and cracked the aces of Barer to take the lead. A lead that he never gave back as he eliminated Barer shortly after, sending the Canadian home in second for a respectable $90,737.
Haxton sits among the ranks as one of the best in the world and it is no surprise to see him as the last man standing her in this event. He adds yet another six-figure cash to the already impressive resume that has him ranked 16th on the all-time money list with just under $28 million in cashes.
HRW 14: $10,300 Short Deck High Roller Final Table Results
|1||Isaac Haxton||United States||$153,570|