Canadian poker professional Daniel Negreanu who’s won five World group of Poker (WSOP) bracelets and more than $18 million in tournament cashes throughout his illustrious poker career is lacking a year that is great far at WSOP. At least, not based on their tournament that is own tracking, which shows him down $226,000 after barreling through 31 events already as of this year’s gathering. The figure is at ‘just’ $176K, until he busted the $50,000 buy-in Poker Players Championship in 102nd place this week. And that’s despite five cashes, which may certainly be impressive for most players.
Can’t Profit for Losing
The downswing is basically because, despite the five cashes ( that have garnered him $45,088 to date), he’s poured $271,111 in to the 31 events (with the priciest being the One Drop tall Rollers No Limit Hold’em tournament that benefits charity and that paid champion Tony Gregg a healthy $4,830,619 for first. Last year’s $18 million + winner, Antonio Esfandiari, only took fourth this year, sufficient reason for a buy-in that was almost 1/10th of this past year’s $1 million, he made down with a ‘paltry’ $1,433,438 for this present year’s fourth place finish. Yes, the rich get richer).
Before you lose any sleep over Negreanu’s downward trend, however, consider this: he’s doing pretty much over all in tournaments thus far this season. Back in April, he took down WSOP Australia for $1,087,160, and also