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2022 WSOP Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller won by Alex Foxen for $4.5 Million and Maiden Bracelet

In this event, Alex Foxen outlasted fellow poker stars including Chris Hunichen, Dan Zack and Phil Ivey. The 2022 WSOP Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller is the biggest buy-in event of the summer, which was attended by 56 entrants and began on Thursday, June 23. On Saturday, June 25, the final eight returned to determine who's the best and get their piece in the prize pool worth $13,944,000[...]   Read more » 2022 WSOP Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller won by Alex Foxen for $4.5 Million and Maiden Bracelet

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2022 WSOP Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller won by Alex Foxen for $4.5 Million and Maiden Bracelet  0   
great win for this player and big amount,even buy in is 250 000 $!ofcourse maybe most important is this bracelet that every player want to have it,no matter how big tournament it is!we will see how he will play on other tournaments,but for sure he play normal when he god big amount from this event!

Edited by dule-vu (27 June 2022 @ 12:46 GMT)


     
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a tremendous player, I always saw him lately at the final tables winning big prizes, he always plays high levels, I always like to see him play, he had not won any bracelet until that 250k event he won, it was very special for him, he said he will rest one day and then he will have another event to play, great.

     
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When you have money for this kind of buy in,its easy to play,but still you must know something to be able to win bracelet!

     
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Congratulations to him on this big win , such a big score , so much money to be won . Great win . More than 4 million dollars , and against so many good players , that makes his win worth even more . Sad for Ivey , wish he had gone better ,maybe HU it would be fun , but at least he finished ITM Smile

     
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yeah,very big amount,but what to expect from high roller tournament then prizes like this!

     
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a great player, his first bracelet, he deserves it, always accompanied by his girlfriend who is also a poker player, it is wonderful to have a woman like that by your side, she will always understand your work, the successes will continue and congratulations Alex Foxen.

     
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Who know where is his end on this wsop!

     
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i read that this guy is a big conspiracy theorist and that does not make him very sympathic. whatever he is, he for sure is a very good poker player and winning such an event has to be mindblowing. congrats to alex foxen, we will probably see more of it.

     
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I don't know what this man is because I haven't read about him, but maybe he's telling the truth if he's referring to covid 19 and vaccines. I think it's good to talk very documented, before we think he's a conspiracy theory man.

     
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a great player who always plays the most expensive poker tournaments, has won his first bracelet, he deserves it and I think it will not be the last, he has great qualities to win more over the years.

     
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it's very good for him

     
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Wow , $250.000 buy in for this tourney , high rollers are so awesome games , but for sure they are for the most talented players or the wahales with the unlimited bankroll . In any case , $250.000 is a lot of money , most people would regard this amount of money a life changing win if they ever won it in casino or poker games , especially is poor or very poor countries , but these folks play and bet 250.000 in just one game . Insane !! lol Smile I wonder how much big should the bankrll of a pro be so as to be able to participate in such high rollers , we are talking for millions of $$$ . But if they have sponsors to help them , well then things are easier ofcourse .

     
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You can imagine what amount in bank this player have when he can spend 250 k on one buy in!

     
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This player has millions in winnings playing poker, for him it is an entry that is in the normal, there are some players who are banked by percentages to minimize risk, but in general you have to be well prepared to play tournaments of this magnitude.

     
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He can enjoy in money even that he dont play poker!

     
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with those winnings he has playing poker is to be able to enjoy a lot, but always a good player is also a good money manager, he knows that it is not easy to play expensive tournaments, and that he can also lose a lot of money playing, that's why he is always careful with his bankroll.

     
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a smart player who prepares intensely through learning and practice achieves performance and this player wins a bracelet and has achieved that dream that many want. The money earned is a lot and that is even better.

     
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a great poker player, this shows that poker is not just luck, but with study, discipline and perseverance you can achieve the proposed objectives, so we must not get discouraged if things do not work out, we must continue, if we want to go far in this beautiful sport we must sacrifice.

     
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it is very clear that he is not a weak professional, and his prize is a few million dollars. There is a lot of money here and now he can focus more on the game of poker. A quality player does that

     
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is a winning player, he has proven it over the years, that is why this is an example to imitate, with hard work and perseverance you can achieve things, we can all go far in poker, it depends on several factors, but it will always be in ourselves.

     
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