It’s hard to imagine that at WSOP 2023 it’s been a decade since Daniel Negreanu won his last bracelet. Still, Canadians remain optimistic about a World Series repeat.
In 2013 he won a precious gold medal at Juwel Event #8 of the European World Series of Poker €25,600 High Roller No-Limit Hold’em earned him €725,000. Since then, he has managed to have some of the best years of his career despite missing out on another World Series win.
at Negreanu took home more than $50 million in live tournament prize money and finished with five second places and five third places for the tournament. and 20 final tables.
“On the one hand, I’m certainly resilient enough to keep up and keep coming back. On the other hand, I’m also emotional. I allow myself to experience and feel everything,” assures Negreanu.
“People see this in vlogs every day. It’s not such an easy game.” It’s like if you do everything right, you win. It can be frustrating when things go wrong. But I woke up the next morning and I couldn’t wait to get back in the game. “
I cannot deny that the Canadian is one of the best players in the world, or at least one of the best players in the world. Although other great professionals have emerged during this period, the most In contrast, names such as Brian Hastings and Shaun Deeb each won five WSOP bracelets in the same 10-year period.