I’ve often “lurked around”, watching Daniel Negreanu play at live poker events. I’ve also particularly enjoyed the Kid Poker documentary produced about his life. The reason? Well, frankly I’ve just found him to be an inspiring individual.
Eventually, after hanging around watching him for so long, you have a “story” like this one that you want to share with people.
James Taylor is the man responsible for producing Daniel Negreanu’s daily vlogs at the 2017 WSOP. He was kind enough to grant us an interview during which we got an exclusive behind-the-scenes picture and description of the work involved in putting together the final product we see each day.
We hope you enjoy listening + a transcript is provided for your convenience.
The all-time money list will always be a hot topic of discussion in the poker world. With the amounts won and places occupied by the players constantly in flux due to numerous high roller events taking place around the world each year, we take a quick snapshot at the current top five names on the list, how much they’ve won, and how they got there.
The New Americans Party, co-founded by professional poker players Matt Glantz and Daniel Negreanu has already started garnering electoral support. Formerly vocal opponents on all things political, Glantz and Negreanu decided to bury the hatchet and run together with a platform slogan of #makeonlinepokerlegalagain. Intrigued? Confused? Read more details of this fascinating development in our exclusive article.
Periscope allows people from all over the world to get an immediate live feed from anywhere – including one of the world’s top poker rooms. Sean McCormack, Director of Poker Operations at Aria Poker Room, had the idea to start a weekly Periscope broadcast – and it’s fantastic. Read on to learn more about this great new poker innovation, Daniel Negreanu’s guest appearance, and their plans for future broadcasts.
Interviewing Daniel Negreanu is something that hundreds of people have done. That’s precisely why preparing to interview him is something that takes a lot of time and effort. In this blog post, I detail the months of preparation I did leading up to interviewing the world’s most well-known poker player.