Victorious of the Big One For One Drop ahead of Negreanu - Daniel Colman
Daniel Colman won the second edition of the Big One For One Drop. For some months, the American registered successive unprecedented victories in the middle of live poker tournament. Daniel Colman is a specialist of sit'n'go heads-up on online poker sites under the nickname "mrgr33n13". He began to talk about him by winning last April the Super High Roller of the EPT Grand Final in front of Daniel Cates, a victory that allowed him to pocket $ 2.1 million. This summer, Colman continued to surprise the poker community, finishing in the 3rd place in the $ 10,000 Heads Up Championship for $ 112,000, the Event # 40 of the 45th edition of the World Series of Poker (WSOP).
During the Big One For One Drop, Daniel Colman shone in front of eight other players in a hotly contested final table. He surpassed a field of 46 players and finished the tournament in style by beating Daniel Negreanu in the last heads-up. The Canadian settled with $ 8,288,001 for his second place. This gain allowed him to regain the top spot in the "All Time Money List" with a gain of nearly $ 30 million in his career. In early June, Negreanu finished runner-up of the $ 10,000 NL 2-7 Draw Lowball Championship. In the third place is Christoph Vogelsang for a gain of $ 4,480,000 followed by Rick Salomon ($ 2.8 million), Tobias Reinkemeier ($ 2,053,334), Scott Seiver ($ 1,680,000), Paul Newey (1418. $ 667) and Cary Katz ($ 1,306,607).
Friday, 04 July 2014
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