Face it, folks. The 2019 World Series of Poker Europe was far more interesting this year than ever before, and we all have Daniel Negreanu to thank for it. Via his daily vlogs, the Poker Hall of Famer gave us his all, and an incredibly entertaining way to be involved in the proceedings of one of the biggest poker events of the year.
At the end of his 23-day vlogging run, we pay tribute to Negreanu’s content creation efforts with this list of the five things we’ll miss most about it.
If you’re familiar with the poker world at all, it’s easy to get a sense of who the most popular players are at any given time. For hard stats to back up player popularity, however, you’ve got to look to the Hendon Mob.
As poker fans the world over love looking up the stats of their favorite players, it’s easy to determine which poker pros are currently the most popular and which have enjoyed longstanding popularity for years. Here’s an in-depth look at the Hendon Mob’s poker player popularity charts.
In celebration of Daniel Negreanu’s 44th birthday, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 things we loved about his 2018 World Series of Poker vlog.
For 46 straight days, we were treated to entertaining videos giving us an inside look into the life and experiences of Kid Poker at the biggest poker event of the year. This list is our thank you to Daniel, for taking us along for the ride.
The WSOP is famous for having the best tournament structures in the world. Part and parcel of good structures entails scheduled breaks. How best to spend that break time in between levels, though? What do top pros like Daniel Negreanu, Antonio Esfandiari, and Joe Cada do on their breaks?
Geoff Fisk takes a detailed look at WSOP breaks in this article, which will give you an idea of how best to spend your downtime while playing in a World Series of Poker tournament.
Ever since Daniel Negreanu announced that he’s got a new MasterClass, the poker world has been buzzing. Some dissenters feel that a top poker player giving away strategy is a net negative, but on the other hand that seems far outweighed by the positive mainstream exposure for the game on the whole.
In this article we examine five reasons why Daniel Negreanu’s MasterClass is good for poker.
Major Wager is a lighthearted five-episode series featuring some of poker’s most popular players competing against one another in off-the-felt activities (i.e., who can do it better?). The losers of each wager face humiliating punishments.
Players featured include Daniel Negreanu, Samantha Abernathy, Antonio Esfandiari, Brian Rast, and Jeff Gross, and the show is hosted by Joey Ingram. A fun show that’s a nice addition to PokerGO’s lineup of original programming.