All poker players don’t associate June 1st with the start of summer; It is associated with the beginning of summer. WSOP 2023. On this day, a world-class poker tournament kicked off in the sin capital of Las Vegas. Of course, legendary athletes have traditionally appeared in the game, including Negreanu, the owner of six bracelets.
The Canadian poker player confirmed this on his Twitter account. Daniel told his followers that he plans to play 80% of the events on the 2023 WSOP schedule. This is approximately 80 events, and it turns out that Daniel attends an average of 2-3 events per day. It’s safe to say he had to run hard between the tables.
When was the last time Negreanu won a bracelet?
Daniel won six gold bracelets during his career. But his last WSOP win was a decade ago.
There are over 100 different events on the World Series of Poker schedule. From June to mid-July, Daniel only had two days off. Negreanu will spend at least $1,000,000 on the buy-in. This is not a final amount as poker players may still re-enter.
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The most interesting thing to watch will be Negreanu competing in the $50,000 and $100,000 tournaments. The prize pools at these events are huge and feature some of the biggest names in gaming. Let’s see if Daniel hasn’t lost his talent yet and what he can do against his opponents.
This year’s series schedule is very busy and there is a good chance it will be a record breaking day for both the number and price of events. Also, don’t forget that some bracelet stocks are held on GGPoker UA, so you have the opportunity to play at Negreanu’s tables.