Isaac Haxton, poker pro, has once again lashed out against PokerStars through his twitter profile by commenting on an article on PokerStars.
The article titled as “Is PokerStars Extending An Olive Branch To The Poker Community?” discussed the efforts of PokerStars to convince its players of the change in reward programs were intended to provide better player experience.
Haxton responded to the article by commenting on it using his twitter profile and accused PokerStars of lying and cheated off its players millions of dollars and added that the site’s “apparent generosity” is because it's laying “the groundwork for [its] next con.”
The player was a part of the sponsored online professionals for the PokerStars’ team. Haxton parted its ways with the company on January 1, 2016, as the player didn’t want his name to be associated with a company he disapproved of the ideas of. The player openly criticised the change in the award policy.
Isaac Haxton is one of the most famous and highly productive poker players of our time. He has earnings of more than $13.8million in his live tournament career.