Joined: Jan '11
Location: United States
Age: 58 (M)
Guess I don't know to much about this person, but I can't play on Pokerstars anyeway so it doesn't make to much difference to me. Hope he makes a difference in some of the players methods. maybe he can focus on dedonkinization classes.
Posted by Greenmohave: Guess I don't know to much about this person, but I can't play on Pokerstars anyeway so it doesn't make to much difference to me. Hope he makes a difference in some of the players methods. maybe he can focus on dedonkinization classes.
let the donks be donks man. without donks we would just have regs. who wants to trade blinds and lose rake at a table of regs?
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 56 (M)
Isaac Haxton is one of the most well-known and respected online poker players in the world. A veteran of high stakes No-Limit cash games, Haxton also boasts an impressive live tournament record. Online he is a regular at high stakes No-Limit Hold'em heads-up and ring games and was the first to challenge - and beat - Viktor 'Isildur1' Blom in the SuperStar Showdown.
His $4 million plus in live cashes includes runner-up spots in both the 2007 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure for $861,789 and the World Series of Poker 40th Anniversary $40,000 event for $1.16 million. However, his online winnings are thought to match or exceed even this seven-figure total.
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 42 (M)
PS is a big school, and looks like every extremely good players only receive the distintive of real pros after passing through PS Team, or else it will always be looked like a very good player, but not as good as... don't you agree with me? Unless it's someone that opens it's own online poker room and turns himself the face of it and runs for his own colours, after FTP leaving the poker scene, pros from other online services were always "less" good than the PS ones, even if they reached better paid places in the same tourneys. A name does a lot for a player.