Isaac Haxton Extols Partypoker As the Future of Poker

Isaac Haxton has left PokerStars to join Partypoker. Haxton forecasts that Partypoker will be the biggest poker company in the world by December 2019. Tom Walters, Managing Director of Partypoker, said that he was excited to have Hexton join the team as the dedication to the fundamentals that Hexton displays, is commendable.

Haxton became a member of PokerStars in 2012 and resigned four years later when the company made drastic changes to Supernova and Supernova Elite programs. Haxton expressed his dissatisfaction via Twitter. He further added that he could not extol a company that mistreats its players. Haxton said on social media, “I cannot in good conscience continue to endorse a poker site that treats its players this way.”

Haxton’s Involvement in Partypoker

In another post on Twitter, Hexton referred to his previous employer as cunts. At the moment, Partypoker has 18 ambassadors who extol the brand, ranging from poker players and sportsmen. Other representatives to join the brand are Mike Sexton, John Duthie, Fedor Holz, Jason Koon and the latest signing Isaac Haxton. With the new members joining, the Partypoker’s representation increases to 23, same as that of PokerStars.

Partypoker’s main motivation for engaging with Haxton is his participation in high stakes games and the deference conferred to him by the poker industry. Haxton’s performance has been noble despite winning only one event last year, yet he makes it to the final of the big events. He completed the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure in sixth place, and he was eight place at the $25,000 event. Hexton’s earnings for participating in the live events in 2017 was $2.8 million.

Haxton says that he is enthralled by the progress that Partypoker has achieved during the last year. He mentions that the company has expanded its internet cash game and offered a greater variety of tournaments. Haxton is most proud of the company’s ambitions to expand poker and to give a fantastic product to their players.

The future for Haxton at Partypoker looks bright, and if his forecast of the company beating PokerStars to be the best in the world is correct, then, it will be even brighter.

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