"Daniel Negreanu" is a Canadian professional poker player who has won six World Series of Poker (WSOP) World Series of Poker bracelet/bracelets and two World Poker Tour (WPT) championship titles. The independent poker ranking service Global Poker Index (GPI) has recognised Negreanu as the best poker player of the past decade.

Since his second place in the 2014 World Series of Poker#The Big One for One Drop/Big One For One Drop 2014 tournament, he is the biggest live tournament poker winner of all time, having accumulated over $29,750,000 in prize money. He was named the WSOP Player of the Year in 2004 and again in 2013, making him the first player in WSOP history to win the accolade more than once. He was also the 2004-05 WPT Player of the Year. He is the first player to make a final table at each of the three WSOP bracelet-awarding locations (World Series of Poker/Las Vegas, World Series of Poker Europe/Europe, and World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific/Asia-Pacific) and the first to win a bracelet at each. In 2014, he was inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame.

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I could fold and still have $80,000 in chips, which would be a good day.

I thought to myself that with the raise he made, he looked like he had a pair of 8s, 9s or 10s, ... But I thought I'd try to take a flop and catch a king, queen or a couple spades, so I called.

I'm like, 'Oh, no,' ... I check. I'm hoping he bets so I can throw my hand away. But he checks.

I'm thinking, 'If he has a set, he has a set. Nothing I can do about it,'.

Love it. Way cool….

BK makes very few mistakes before the flop.

I bet $5,000, ... Kido calls and raises $20,000. The other guy and I call the $20,000 rather quickly, hoping that it goes check-check on the river.

I'm going to go with my read. What tipped me off was, if he had a real hand, he would've bet $30,000 or $40,000. But when he bet $50,000, it's a huge amount, and I'm thinking, 'He really wants me out; he doesn't want to make it easy on me at all.' It led me to believe that he didn't want me to call at all.

If I'm wrong, I've got $38,000.