Action folded around to Guy Laliberté on the button and he pushed out a raise to 140,000. Phil Galfond called from the small blind and action fell upon Isaac Haxton in the big blind. Haxton thought for about 30 seconds before dropping out a three-bet to 515,000. Without any hesitation, Laliberté instantly moved his stack all in for his last roughly 1.185 million. Galfond got out of the way and Haxton called.
The dealer produced a flop, pairing Haxton's ten but keeping Laliberté's queens in the lead.
"That's a pretty good flop for me," said Haxton. "Let's see the five of spades."
Rather than the turn giving him a sweat, it gave him the lead with the for trip tens. Laliberté winced at the sight of Haxton's third ten and called for a queen on the river. Alas, it was the , giving Haxton a winning full house to eliminate Laliberté from play.
With this victory, Haxton is now up to 4.76 million in chips.