Daniel Negreanu's SHRB and WSOP Goals May Clash With Priorities1 year ago
A re-dedication to the game of poker that began last October continues to take up much of Daniel Negreanu's time.
Poker's all-time tournament money winner has posted on numerous occasions via social media that he's putting in tons of work preparing for the Super High Roller Bowl and the WSOP festival that follows thereafter.
That tweet is seemingly a follow-up to this one posted just a few days prior:
- Win a Super High Roller
- Final table SHRB or One Drop
- Win a WSOP bracelet
- Get to 115 WSOP cashes and/or close gap on Phil Hellmuth
Time will tell if Negreanu eventually accomplishes any of those aims. But in the meantime, he continues to chip away at another of his stated goals for this year:
- 120 hours of poker study
Two consecutive years in the red on the tournament circuit has apparently lit a fire under the 42-year-old PokerStars Team Pro. However, other interests also cut into Negreanu's time:
Chess may be new to the Poker Hall of Famer, but hockey surely isn't. Negreanu told The Athletic a couple of months ago that he would consider dropping out of the SHRB and some WSOP events if his beloved Vegas Golden Knights advanced that deep in the NHL playoffs.
There are goals, and then there are priorities. KidPoker knows the difference.
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