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Alex Foxen’s biography

Alex Foxen
Alex Foxen (29 years)
over $15 200 000
Offline prizes
over $5 000 000
Online prizes
The best result:
$2 160 000 (2nd place in the Super High Roller Bowl 2018)
Main achievements:
top-100 poker players, Player of the Year 2018 and 2019 according to GPI, 3 WPT trophies, WSOP Circuit ring, 2 SCOOP titles
Can be found by nickname:
PokerStars: bigfox86
Partypoker: fktheseguysbro
GG Poker: fktheseguysbro
888poker: GreyPoupon

Alex Foxen was born on February 1, 1991, in New York State. He took a fancy for the game when he was very young, but started playing poker at a professional level only in 2014, after graduating from the university. Foxen used to play online poker under the "bigfox86" nickname for several years, and in 2016, the guy began to participate in live tournaments seriously, although at that time, there were already some not big cashes in offline events on his record.

Presently well-known professional and high roller was careful at the beginning of his career. He tried to develop his poker skills and play as much as possible. At first, the American took part in tournaments with small buy-ins: from 200 to 500 dollars. Alex achieved his first victory in May 2012. Back then the poker player took down the WSOP Circuit New Orleans event with a buy-in of $355. For the first place, he received $22 400 in prize money.

For three years of playing live events professionally, Foxen won over $15 000 000. For the first time, the poker player got a six-figure win at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open in 2017 (+$204 600 for winning the no-limit hold'em tournament cost $2 650). In December of the same year, Alex received his first seven-figure win, having become the runner-up of the WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic Main Event. In 2019 he won the same tournament at WPT, getting $1 700 000 for this victory. Despite the fact that Foxen is a frequent visitor to high roller tournaments, there are only three seven-digit winnings on his record so far.

Bigfox86 has earned more than $5 000 000 in online MTT throughout his poker career. Among the player’s most significant victories, there are 2 wins in SCOOP tournaments. Foxen's best result in online poker is $246 000 for winning the Powerfest Championship Event 2017 at PartyPoker.

Alex Foxen bio

Interesting facts about Alex Foxen:

  • The player’s full name is William Alex Foxen.
  • Foxen began his poker career in online poker as an MTT player. At PokerStars, the American is known by the "bigfox86" nickname.
  • Alex is dating famous poker player Kristen Bicknell.Alex Foxen's girlfriend
  • In 2018 and 2019, Foxen topped the GPI ranking while his girlfriend headed the women's ranking (she got this status three years in a row).
  • In 2018, Alex and Kristen met in the final heads-up of the MSPT Venetian Main Event. As a result, the couple split the money, and Foxen became the champion of the event.
  • Alex used to play American football and in an interview in 2019, Foxen told about how the experience in American football had shaped his perspective on the poker game:

    «I have a history in sports, so sometimes I would have some emotional responses to losing, sometimes versus a certain type of player, something like that. So, for me, especially early on, the biggest thing I had to work on was my mental game, my emotional responses to things. Because when you play a sport, for example, you can get really mad and play really hard, but in poker, if you play really hard, it’s not going to help you; you’ll just end up losing your chips».

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Biography materials
Foxen outplayed "Isildur1" at High Roller Club
Foxen outplayed "Isildur1" at High Roller Club
Foxen got another victory at High Roller Club at PartyPoker. The poker player earned $159 000 for the first place.
Alex Foxen won two High Roller Club titles in one night
Alex Foxen won two High Roller Club titles in one night
On Tuesday, Alex Foxen successfully completed two regular tournaments that were held as part of the High Roller Club at PartyPoker, having won over $100 000.
Alex Foxen wins high roller tournament at L.A. Poker Classic
Alex Foxen wins high roller tournament at L.A. Poker Classic
For winning the $25 000 L.A. Poker Classic High Roller, Foxen earned $237 400 in prize money.
Alex Foxen’s company was accused of fraud
Alex Foxen’s company was accused of fraud
The mining company of Alex Foxen has raised about $2 000 000. However, at the end of 2019, the organization ceased its operations, leaving investors with empty pockets.
Alex Foxen won $1 700 000 in WPT Five Diamond
Alex Foxen won $1 700 000 in WPT Five Diamond
Alex Foxen became the champion of WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic. He earned $1 700 000 for the first place.