The first High Roller of the 2023 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure wrapped up today with $100,000 PCA Super High Roller, an event that saw three players taking home seven figures after an ICM chop between Isaac Haxton ($1,082,230), Seth Davies ($1,078,347) and Adrian Mateos ($1,095,903). The players agreed to play out the tournament turbo-style, and in the end, it was Haxton who took home the shimmering golden trophy.
Haxton has had as good of a start to the new year as anyone could hope for as on Jan. 20 he took down a PokerGO Cup $50,000 high roller in Las Vegas for $598,000. Less than a week later, the American takes home nearly double that after getting through the field of 49 runners and navigating a six-handed final table on Day 3.
“I don’t think I’ve ever won two tournaments in a row before, and these are pretty good ones to do it in. So yeah, I’m feeling great. This is a fantastic start to the year.”
|1st||Isaac Haxton||United States||$1,082,230*|
|2nd||Seth Davies||United States||$1,078,347*|