It’s been a rough series of Poker Legend Daniel Negreanu. His bad luck seems unrelenting, and, although he has a good time joking around with other poker pros like Phil Ivey, it’s obvious that busting out of tournament after tournament with nothing to show for it is starting to wear on him. Once he busts out of the 10k Pot Limit Omaha championship on day 33, he’s down $1,055,073 for the series. With the Main Event looming, he figures it's time to get his head in the game for
Poker Legend Daniel Negreanu is vlogging each and every day of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) on his YouTube channel, and we’re loving the ride. Not only is it fascinating to see the day-by-day life of one of poker’s biggest stars, but the action also can’t be beat! Now, let’s jump in atday 28. He’s already down over $1 million for the series, but that’s not stopping him from getting up each day ready to give it his all. Photo: takmihan.com Battling Phil Ivey On day 2 of th
On his popular YouTube channel, poker legend Daniel Negreanu (AKA D Negs, AKA Kid Poker) is documenting every single day of his World Series of Poker (WSOP) journey for us. This Vlog is a great opportunity to see the inside scoop in the life of one of the most successful and preeminent poker pros of all time. Just like with many things in poker, it’s all about the ups and the downs. Photo: pokernews Loss and Rage On Day 25 of the WSOP, Negreanu is playing in day 2 of a $250,0
Poker tournaments, especially big, multi-table tournaments (MTTs), bring the excitement. They are higher variance than cash games, meaning that you’ll win more chips less frequently. Winning more chips is all about finding your edges, preserving your chips, and knowing when to pull the trigger. Prepare for your next tournament by studying how your tournament strategy should change throughout the different stages. Beginning Stage In the first few levels, play is more reserved.
What does it feel like to slowly grind up a poker bankroll and then, after just a few months in Vegas, be on your very last buy-in? John O'Shea is your typical poker pro. In a Real Stories Documentary, we see the Irishman begin his poker journey by winning 150 Euros as a drunk college kid without even knowing the rules. “If I learn the rules of this game, I’ll make a fortune,” he concludes. Photo: pokernews He grinds it up online, sometimes waiting for hours on weekend nights