Daniel Negreanu Wins Super High Roller Bowl VII For $3,312,000

Daniel Negreanu, is among the most established casino poker gamers in the history of the game, with 6 Globe Collection of Online poker arm bands, two Globe Texas hold’em Trip titles, 2 Card Player Gamer of the Year awards, and lots of other significant success built up over his Hall of Popularity job as a professional player.

According to Negreanu, however, the past couple of years have actually been some of his worst on the specialist circuit. For example, earlier this year he publicly common losses of greater than $1.1 million while playing at the WSOP. He also just recently bubbled the $50,000 buy-in ending of the Texas hold’em Masters when his pocket aces were fractured by pocket jacks with every one of the contribute preflop.

On a Friday, Oct. 7, Negreanu broke out of his funk by emerging successful in the distinguished Super Money player Bowl VII, an elite field of 24 access in the $300,000 nosebleed-stakes occasion to safeguard the SHRB ring and also the second-largest payday of his occupation: $3,312,000. Negreanu now has $48,864,902 in occupation tournament revenues to his name, the third-most of any player on the planet.

” Certainly it really feels wonderful. The last 2 years have actually been really, really difficult psychologically since I understand my video game is better than ever. However who cares? The public considers it like, ‘No, no, no, Daniel. You’ve reached check out your outcomes. Your outcomes are no good. You’re playing bad.’ I recognize exactly how I’m losing. I’ve been doing this for 30 years. I recognize when it’s me. I understand when it’s me making errors, as well as it isn’t. I played a pretty close-to-flawless Super High Roller Dish right here and also luckily the framework is so deep that it’s not simply a push fest. If you play deep structures at all times, I’m mosting likely to be one of the faves every single time.”

In addition to the title and also the cash, Negreanu additionally earned 360 Card Player of the Year points for the win. This was his 3rd title and 8th final-table finish of the year. The factors he made in this small-field occasion sufficed to see him climb accessible of the top 100 in the 2022 POY race, which is funded by Global Texas hold’em. He also secured 600 PokerGO Scenic tour points, sufficient to climb up into 21st put on that leaderboard.

Negreanu left to a fast begin thanks to a wild hand on day 1 of the occasion, which was kept in the PokerGO Studio at ARIA Resort & Gambling Enterprise in Las Vegas. He removed Bryn Kenney, one of both players on the planet with even more tournament incomes than him, when he caught runner-runner quads to finest the aces loaded with his opponent, helping push him right into the chip lead heading into day 2.

Plenty of notables joined Kenney in striking the rail during the very first 2 days of this occasion, consisting of SHRB VI champ Michael Addamo, four-time bracelet champion Arian Mateos, bracelet winner as well as recent Poekr Masters $50,000 occasion champ Jason Koon, arm band champion Mikita Badziakouski, WPT champ Seth Davies, and also arm band champion Alex Foxen.

The final day of this three-day nosebleed-stakes event began with five players staying as well as just the leading 4 set to make the money. That indicated that a person gamer needed to wait overnight just to be removed on a $720,000 cash bubble.

The action got with three-time SHRB ring victor Justin Bonomo as the fastest stack, with 2019 MILLIONS Europe EUR100,000 high roller champ Orpen Kisacikoglu as the next-lowest on the leaderboard.

Both Bonomo and Kisacikoglu lost ground to the rest of the pack as attempted to endure to the cash, but it was the latter that ultimately dropped initially. Kisacikoglu was to just 12 huge blinds when bracelet winner Andrew Lichtenberger increased to 2.5 x from under-the-gun with QSpade SuitQHeart Suit. Negreanu called from the tiny blind with QdDiamond SuitJDiamond Suit fit as well as Kisacikoglu three-bet shoved with AHeart SuitQClub Suit out of the huge blind. Lichtenberger let loose a little four-bet to separate and Negreanu rapidly got out of the way. The board came down 10Club Suit9Diamond Suit2Club Suit2Diamond SuitJHeart Match to burst the bubble, sending Kisacikoglu residence empty-handed as the fifth-place finisher.

Bonomo took care of a double-up early in four-handed action, with his straight draw and overcard pounding out the flopped leading set of Negreanu to see him climb out of the danger area. In spite of that, he was still the next to strike the rail. His final hand saw him four-bet shove for about 40 large blinds from the switch, having opened up and also been three-bet by Lichtenberger out of the big blind. Lichtenberger called with JSpade SuitJDiamond Match, which had Bonomo’s 8Diamond Suit8Club Fit in harsh shape. Lichtenberger made top set on the turn and had Bonomo attracting dead with one card to find.

Bonomo had $14.4 million in previous SHRB ratings throughout 6 previous cashes, consisting of wins in the 2018 SHRB, the 2018 SHRB China, as well as the 2020 SHRB Online. With the $720,000 he protected in this occasion, he increased his SHRB incomes than $15.1 million. The 37-year-old casino poker pro’s lifetime event pays currently complete $60,462,821.

This most current rating saw him become the very first gamer in casino poker background to surpass the $60 million mark. Because of this, he has his hang on the top spot on poker’s all-time money list, with just timid of $3 million even more in revenues than second-ranked Bryn Kenney.

Keeping that, Lichtenberger moved right into a reliable tie for second area in the chip counts with Negreanu, while two-time bracelet victor Nick Petrangelo sat atop the leaderboard. As three-handed play proceeded throughout approximately 5 hours, however, it Negreanu handled to surpass the lead and then begin to retreat as his two challengers’ heaps dwindled.

Lichtenberger was down to simply shy of 12 large blinds when he relocated all-in from the tiny blind with KDiamond Suit6Spade Fit. Negreanu made the call with ASpade Suit6Heart Match as well as tumbled an ace to take a commanding lead. Lichtenberger was attracting dead after the turn, which meant that he would be sent out home with $1,152,000 as the third-place finisher.

Heads-up play began with Negreanu holding a sizable lead, with 5,915,000 to Petrangelo’s 1,285,000. Both took place to battle for simply over half an hour, with Negreanu able to add to his advantage up until he had constructed almost a 13:1 lead in time for the final hand of the event.

Negreanu open-shoved from the switch for about 10 big blinds with QClub Suit7Club Suit and Petrangelo called with KSpade Suit5Heart Match. The 7Spade Suit3Club Suit2Club Match flop was all Negreanu, giving him leading set as well as a flush draw. The 2Spade Suit on the turn left Petrangelo with just a 5 percent possibility of doubling up. The 4Spade Fit on the end formally locked up the pot and the title for Negreanu. Petrangelo was granted $2,016,000 as the runner-up finisher. This was the second-largest score of his profession. It enhanced his life time profits to greater than $27 million.

Here is a look at the payouts and rankings points awarded to the top four finishers:

Place Player Earnings POY Points PGT Points
1 Daniel Negreanu $3,312,000 360 600
2 Nick Petrangelo $2,016,000 300 500
3 Andrew Lichtenberger $1,152,000 240 400
4 Justin Bonomo $720,000 180 216

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