The fourth event on the Poker Masters NL Hold’em tournament with a short deck and buy-in $ 10,000 came to an end. For most players, who are playerd classik NL Hold’em, this format turned out to be fast and fierce. The first place in the tournament was taken by Isaac Haxton, for whom the tournament with a similar structure was the first in his career.
The final table was an active struggle. Dominik Nitsche, was the first player to be bounced from the final table after a couple all-ins didn’t go his way. The most experienced player in this variation of poker Andrew Robl left this tournament in 4th place. In heads-up, Isaac Hexton was confronted by Maurice Hawkins. Initially, Hawkins had a preponderance of chips, but he lost the first four hands and gave Isaac the advantage. Later, Maurice Hawkins managed to once again become a chip leader. And the decisive was the distribution in which Haxton started AJ and Maurice Hawkins with the QQs. The ace on the turn allowed Isaac to win this tournament.
|1st||Isaac Haxton||United States||$176,000|
|2nd||Maurice Hawkins||United States||$115,500|
|3rd||Ryan Tosoc||United States||$77,000|
|4th||Andrew Robl||United States||$55,000|
|5th||Cary Katz||United States||$44,000|
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