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partypoker teammates Koon and Haxton denied PLO SHR Victory

Tags: Isaac Haxton, Jason Koon, MysterioBrown, partypoker, powerfest.
Posted on 21 September 2018 by "T".

It was indeed an intense showdown, but in the end it was player "MysterioBrown" who stopped team partypoker tandem Isaac "Ike_Haxton" Haxton and Jason "Jason_Koon" Koon in their tracks and claimed the number 1 spot in the POWERFEST Event #112 Super High Roller: $10,300 Pot Limit Omaha Six-Max Championship Event.

A total of 97 players entered the high-stakes event, with a prize pool of $970,000 thereby surpassing the $500,000 guarantee.

Swedish online MTT crusher Niklas "Drulitooo" Astedt also had done pretty well for himself in this event, ending up in 4th place with a nice $84,875 payday.

Meanwhile, Jason Koon and Ike Haxton settled for 2nd and 3rd place respectively, earning a 6-figure sum for their efforts. As for MysterioBrown, he/she won the highest 6-figure first prize for this event worth $303,421 and is also enjoying a nice custom trophy.

Partypoker POWERFEST Event #112 SHR: $10,300 PLO Results
























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8 comments on "partypoker teammates Koon and Haxton denied PLO SHR Victory"

 Gerimantas21/09/2018 12:43:48 GMT
So big difference to be first place in end of tournament and win 303000 dollars and to be six place.and win only 41000. Of course when on final table situation all you can you must try to win tournament and not get in some higher place
 Mober21/09/2018 19:21:03 GMT
The title for this news article is kinda confusing.
What exactly do they mean with the denied?
I have read the whole post but couldnt figure it out.
And the letters from the screenshot is too small to read Smile
Anyway both second and third places paid good. I doubt they had a problem with that.
 CALICUL21/09/2018 22:04:29 GMT
For two professional players like Jason Koon and Isaac Haxton does not matter too much occupied position. They are team of Party Poker and they are able to win a lot of money from poker in any room. The winning player was ,,mysterious'' and has cashed 300 k dollars. The difference is too high, this is true, but this is it. I know, the sums at the final table in all big tournaments should be changed. Sad I think 7-8%t for the winner is very good.
 bowie198421/09/2018 22:23:24 GMT
Posted by Mober:
The title for this news article is kinda confusing.
What exactly do they mean with the denied?
I have read the whole post but couldnt figure it out.

They meant that they could not reach it since the fellah who finished first sent them home. It just a weird/archaic use of the phrase.
 doubletop77722/09/2018 08:13:44 GMT
This really was a final table of the highest quality and to come out on top must have been really exciting. Isaac Haxton has always been one of my favourites players to watch on t.v. because he never seems to make bad decisions
 Gerimantas22/09/2018 20:29:13 GMT
I play pot limit omaha sometime too and i like this game and think it is very interesting and more fun of texas holdem no limit, but very big luck is need and sometimes if you make good decisions you still lose, like doubletop say isaac haxton make onky good decision and he still kot win 1st place
 Mober24/09/2018 14:48:29 GMT
it is more interesting and fun for me also. I prefer mostly the Hi/Lo.
These two games are the ones that i have been profitable, while i was grinding.
With holdem it was nothing more than a loss, while playing ring games.
So i ended up very fast excluding holdem from ring games, playing only a few tournaments.
Unless i could find omaha tournaments Smile
 misteriopj07/10/2018 21:53:08 GMT

Congratulations to MysterioBrown, for his great victory is this PowerSeries event and in addition to the great prize he won with his teammate, to follow the successes.

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