A multitude of poker events and tournaments are held annually, all with crowned champions being feted and taking home unthinkable amounts of cash. But amidst the copious poker competitions, only those launched at the global platform have been used as a yardstick to identify the “biggest sharks”. In concrete terms, what the stars at the hegemony of world poker players hall of fame would intimate is one thing. The real cash games can be a source of hefty returns especially in case of high stakes bets where winners acquire huge amounts. Some players like Daniel Negreanu have made remarkable accomplishments and domineered in the WSOP, WPT and other global tournament platforms, remaining the world’s top-notch.
His achievements are distinct, having won WSOP bracelets six times and the World Poker Tour events’ titles; his championship is pivoted on a personal perspicacious skill. He also emerged second when the WSOP event 2014 was held, accumulating an enormous prize jackpot of $29,750,000. Besides, he has come forth as the best player of the year twice for the WSOP and WPT accolades. The WSOPs bracelet award circuit poker tournaments’ prize has come to his hands while in Europe, Asia and USA. Negreanu has also participated in the World’s Poker Finals in Foxwoods where he won $55,064. This is all in addition to thirty-one WSOP finale table appearances and seventy jackpots finishes. Diversifying his winnings are the fortuitous spring’s championships of Online Poker multiple titles.
Along other notable achievements that he has earned worth-mentioning is the best-player title at the Foxwoods World Poker Final. Not surprisingly, Negreanu won the fourth yearly British-Columbia Poker-Championship major tournament, coming first ahead of 690 players and pocketing $371,910. With such unaccustomed winnings, he is counterbalanced to getting more titles and rake in more earnings at global-level events. He has latent aptitude that can enable him ascend up the ladder in a multi-billion dollars industry.