Negreanu books a $100k session

KidPoker starts the comeback

Do you believe in miracles? Well, not really, but Daniel Negreanu is chipping away at his defecit against Doug Polk.

Since refusing to quit in the challenge he has booked back-to-back winning sessions against Polk and yesterday took down $98,579. It could have been a lot more but Polk managed to claw a big pot back near the end.

He remains $644,668 down but if you adjust for all-in EV he is only seven buy-ins down. 11,250 hands remain for him to win just over 16 buy-ins, can he do it?

Stoyan still mad

Bookmark this article because if PokerGO end up filming a heads-up grudge match between Stoyan Madanzhiev and Damian Salas, remember I predicted it.

The $5,000 GGPoker WSOP Main Event champion is still not happy that a second WSOP went ahead, officially making him NOT the 2020 WSOP Main Event champion.

He took to Twitter to compare the Main Events, which one looks more like the ‘real’ Main Event to you?

On that potential heads-up match I predicted, he has already stated he would be interested:

Leave it to r/poker

A lot of what is happening right now in the US is not funny at all, but leave it to the Meme Wizards at r/poker to introduce a bit of humour into the events at Capitol Hill yesterday:

Only way to win the pot from r/poker

The difference between live and online

Finally, we featured him yesterday and we liked this one too, so once again it seems like subbing to Greg Goes All-in is a good idea:

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Can KidPoker do it? Let us know in the comments:

Barry Carter

Barry Carter

Barry Carter is the editor of and the co-author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, Poker Satellite Strategy and PKO Poker Strategy

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