daniel negreanu 2022 wsop It’s been a weird start to the 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) for Daniel Negreanu , and things got even weirder for the GGPoker ambassador when he received a voicemail from a man who is apparently attempting to extort him out of money.
The Poker Hall of Famer shared an audio clip in his latest WSOP vlog from an unknown individual who seemed to make up a fantasy about Negreanu leaving behind a family in Lake Havasu, Arizona for the Las Vegas poker life. @RealKidPoker Lake Havasu looks like a nice place. When is the best time to visit @RealKidPoker? https://t.co/UT9GkFc9Lp — PokerNews (@PokerNews) Sorry, no real money games are currently available in your region, but you can play these Free Online Games Global Poker Unhinged Caller Accuses Negreanu of Being a Deadbeat Dad
As he explained in the vlog, the six-time bracelet winner doesn’t have any kids and said he’d never even been to Lake Havasu, a popular lake community a couple hours from Las Vegas. Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open & World Poker Tour are ready to break a few more records!
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“I have no family in Arizona and I’ve never been there,” Negreanu said in the vlog of Lake Havasu.
Negreanu’s wife, Amanda Negreanu , encouraged her spouse to hire security to ensure his safety at the WSOP. Earlier this week in a prior vlog, a conspiracy theorist poker player named Sara Palmer confronted the poker legend in what appeared to be a harassing manner.
“There’s that whacko from the internet,” Negreanu joked of Palmer as he attempted to ignore her.
On Thursday’s WSOP Day 9 vlog, things got even weirder, and perhaps scarier, for the poker star. He released a lengthy voicemail, which starts at the 6:55 mark, that was quite odd. “I really am calling you because I want to let you know what happened after you left Lake Havasu, alright, you have a right to know,” the caller begins.
“When you left, I had to watch Andrew, […]
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