Daniel Negreanu Selling Action For The WSOPE1 year ago
Daniel Negreanu is once again selling some of his action for a major series. The Canadian high-stakes tournament star previously sold chunks of himself for the World Series of Poker 2019, and he is now offering some of the same for the WSOP Europe.
Back in May Negreanu offered $275,000 worth of action which all sold out in less than three minutes. Not only did all of that go, but the system on his website that he had designed for this purpose malfunctioned, ultimately collecting $1.8 million and needing him to organise refunds to disgruntled fans.
The WSOPE kicks off in a month’s time in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, at the King’s Casino, and Negreanu is now offering those who missed out in May the chance for a no mark up package. On a total of around €1.2 million this is a great opportunity for his fans to make some cash. While it’s not a given that he will make a profit, this is still a great deal.
This summer the 45-year-old cashed an incredible 16 times and played at 4 final tables. Alas, the seventh WSOP gold bracelet wasn’t forthcoming but he did come close with a pair of runner-up finishes. The $2 million worth of prize money made his investors a tidy profit and should make selling this next lot of action an easy task.
There will be 15 events for the upcoming WSOPE giving Negreanu plenty of scope to overtake Robert Campbell and Shaun Deeb in the race for WSOP Player of the Year.
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