We picked up the action on the flop in a three-way pot. The board showed , and Isaac Haxton led out with a bet of 1,075 after making the preflop raise. Josh Brikis called the continuation bet, the third player in the hand folded, and it was heads-up to fourth street.
It brought the and another bet from Haxton — 2,800 this time. Brikis took just a little pause, then dropped the call into the pot. The river was a third heart, the , and Haxton barreled another 8,000 into the pot. Brikis snap-called this time, and Haxton rolled over . Brikis waited to see it, then showed down the superior to take the pot with trips.
Haxton shook his head and sighed, and he's been reduced to about 11,500 now.