Daniel Negreanu Wraps 2022 World Series of Poker Down $1.1 Million – Agora Poker

Daniel Negreanu Wraps 2022 World Series of Poker Down $1.1 Million

Daniel Negreanu Wraps 2022 World Series of Poker Down $1.1 Million

daniel negreanu wsop poker The 2022 World Series of Poker (WSOP) was unkind to Daniel Negreanu , who was never a part of the Player of the Year race this summer for the first time in years.

At the end of the series, he finished down just over $1.1 million , according to results compiled on his vlog. Speaking of the daily WSOP vlog , he stuck with that each day for 48 days despite the frustrating summer on the felt, and the videos were still every bit as entertaining as in year’s past.

But there simply isn’t any way to sugarcoat the results on the felt. The GGPoker ambassador received a payout slip in 12 events, but most were min-cashes or slightly above. He was unable to reach a final table in a live event for the first time since 2011, although he did finish in fifth place for $88,081 in a $7,777 buy-in online event, his largest score of the entire series. EAGLE CUP RATTLESNAKE OPEN THE GOAT GRIZZLY GAMES Rough Summer but Sticking with the Game Plan

Daniel Negreanu What went wrong this summer for one of poker’s all-time greats, you might ask? If you watched his vlogs throughout the series, you probably noticed the all ins he showed didn’t seem to go his way. That was one reason, but may not have been the only explanation for his disappointing results. But he remains committed to his strategy and it doesn’t seem he’ll let one down WSOP ruin his confidence.

“I think I play better every WSOP with fewer and fewer mistakes,” Negreanu told PokerNews . “My process is to evaluate what worked and what didn’t work, and I mean that primarily in terms of preparation rather than poker strategy. As in, what works to help me feel rested and at my best. That’s improved every year and I’m dialed in on several key principles.”

Negreanu lost nearly half of the $1.1 million deficit in the $250,000 Super High Roller, an event he infamously busted two bullets ($500,000 total) and threw his selfie stick in frustration on the way out […]

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