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Manthra Koliyer
Posted on 26 Jun, 2022
By Manthra Koliyer
On 26 Jun, 2022
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By Manthra Koliyer
On 26 Jun, 2022
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WSOP 2022: Watch Daniel Negreanu Exit The Super High Roller FUMING


Six-time World Series Of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu exited the $250K Super High Roller FUMING! Yes, PokerNews, posted a video of DNegs reacting by throwing something out of rage when a runner-runner flush knocked him out. Negreanu got up from his seat and threw the handheld tripod at a wall along with his camera. Watch the video of Kid Poker fiercely exiting the tourney:

 
 
 
 
 
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Is This The First Time DNegs Had An Outburst Like This?

Nope. We’ve all watched this Canadian pro go wild while streaming on his YouTube channel, speak ill about other players from the fraternity, and even bad mouth legends like Norman Chad. Kid Poker is considered to be one of the most outspoken characters of the industry and is known for his temper tantrums. He has even gone to the extent of using abusive language in WSOP streams. 

Watch the stream here:


ALSO READ: Daniel Negreanu – WTF Happened?!


The final day of Event #50: $250,000 Super High Roller took place on Saturday, and it saw most of the well-known grinders participate for the bracelet of the biggest buy-in event. The final table of the game included high-profile grinders like Phil Ivey, Dan Zack, Sam Soverel, and Adrian Mateos, among others.

Alex Foxen who was the chip lead, took five hours before he won his first gold bracelet and to pocket his career-best prize money, $4,563,700 in this event. Rewatch Foxen win his first-ever WSOP gold bracelet via the archived stream on PokerGO.com. Here’s what he said after shipping the event, “I don’t have a specific number in my head that I’m going after. The first step is to try and catch Krissy.”

2022 is definitely a great one for Foxen as he tied a knot to three-time bracelet winner Kristen Bicknell earlier this year. Right after his victory, Foxen gave all the credits to his beloved wife as he said, “I am extremely lucky I have an incredible wife who is a great support. It’s something that can’t be overstated honestly, the amount it helps to have someone at home that to the utmost extent understands what I’m going through on a day-to-day basis and is there to talk hands all the time, and just to help me through the difficult times too. I’m definitely not immune to tilt and emotion, having someone like Krissy, I can’t express how lucky I am.”

Final table payouts :

Position

Player

Country

Prize

1

Alex Foxen

USA

$4,563,700

2

Brandon Steven

USA

$2,820,581

3

Chris Hunichen

USA

$1,931,718

4

Adrian Mateos

Spain

$1,367,206

5

Sam Soverel

USA

$1,001,142

6

Martin Kabrhel

Czech Republic

$759,362

7

Phil Ivey

USA

$597,381

8

Dan Zack

USA

$488,095

9

Henrik Hecklen

Denmark

$414,815

Image Credit For Alex Foxen: PokerGo

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