Bill Foley has been the name and the face mainly connected to the effort to bring an NHL team to Las Vegas. Even though that will still be the case should his effort prove successful, poker player Daniel Negreanu assisted during the team’s ticket drive and plans to buy a share of the team if and when the NHL gives the green light. Negreanu, arguably one of the best poker players...
LAS VEGAS (AP) Six-time bracelet winner and poker pro Daniel Negreanu seemed headed for a fairy tale ending at the World Series of Poker, but the dream was crushed by the queen of hearts sending him to the sidelines in the chase for the $7.7 million top prize. Instead, nine other competitors will finish poker's richest tournament in November, including a 72-year-old former Hasbro...
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July 15, 2015 | Discuss
The latest from the World Series of Poker main event championship: 6:30 p.m. PT The field of would-be World Series of Poker no-limit Texas Hold 'em champions is down to 15 players. Hall of Famer and fan favorite Daniel Negreanu is still in the running with the eighth largest stack of chips. Negreanu's luck got the best of David Peters. The 56-year-old attorney from San Diego...
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July 14, 2015 | Discuss
Poker star Daniel Negreanu is a leading advocate for potential NHL expansion to Las Vegas. The 40-year-old has been more vocal in recent weeks about the potential for having a professional sports team in town, telling The Hockey Writers, "There are 2.2 million people in Las Vegas starving for a professional sports team. The base is there. Sure there is no hockey culture in Las Vegas...
TORONTO (AP) Canadian poker star Daniel Negreanu knows a thing or two about odds. And the Toronto native and lifelong hockey fan likes Las Vegas' chances of getting an NHL team. Prospective owner Bill Foley and his company, Hockey Vision Las Vegas LLC, get to prove it beginning Tuesday when the VegasWantsHockey season-ticket drive begins. The goal is to get at least 10,000 full...
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February 09, 2015 | Discuss
A Stunned Connor Drinan Beat Daniel Negreanu to take $15 Million Dollars in the WSOP 2014 Big One for One Drop $1MM buy-in Tournament
Recall when Connor Drinan was eliminated in that WSOP 2014 Big One for One Drop $1 million buy-in tournament despite pocket Aces? Daniel Colman won $15M after defeating Daniel Negreanu. The latter had AA44 v a straight draw after the flop -- an 84% chance of winning. So...watch Colman's reaction to the turn.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
Daniel Colman had a very surprising reaction after beating Daniel Negreanu heads up and winning $15M in the 2014 Big One for One Drop event at the World Series of Poker. The post Poker Player Looks Completely Bored After Winning $15 Million appeared first on Diehardsport.
YouTube Poker player Daniel Colman just beat poker stud Daniel Negreanu in the 2014 Big One for One Drop event at the World Series of Poker and had $15 million dollars with his name on it. And then he reacted like he just locked his keys in his car. $15 million. Locked keys in the car. Maybe he can buy a personality.
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