Daniel Negreanu won the $300 000 Super High Roller Bowl
Recently, American poker player Daniel Negreanu has had a long streak of losses. At just one World Series of Poker this year (WSOP 2022), he managed to go into the red by $1 100 000.
The hardest was the episode in the $250 000 tournament, in which the poker player made two entries and still ended up on the bubble, never reaching the prize zone. In a fit of emotion, Daniel even broke his phone.
Nevertheless, the poker player continued to stubbornly work on his game and did not get bored, despite a series of offensive losses. The poker player's patience paid off and he managed to break his downswing by winning the $300 000 Super High Roller Bowl. With a field of 24 high rollers, the event collected a prize fund of $7 200 000.
At the end of the first day, the legend of American poker came out as the chip leader and managed to confidently maintain his advantage and earn $3 312 000 in prize money for the victory. Daniel thanks his wife Amanda for his triumph:
In heads-up, Daniel faced two-time WSOP champion Nick Petrangelo, who received $2 016 000 as the runner-up. The third place and $1 152 000 in prize money went to the famous American poker player Andrew Lichtenberger.
The fourth and last poker player in the prize zone of this tournament was the player who is currently leading the ranking of the most successful offline poker players in the world, Justin Bonomo, who received the minimum payout of $720 000.
In the final hand, Negreanu pushed with Q♣ 7♣ and was called by Petrangelo with K♠ 5♥. The board was dealt 7♠ 3♣ 2♣ 2♠ 4♠ and Daniel Negreanu received his championship ring.