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Pokerspeler Daniel Negreanu wint Super High Roller Bowl VII

Daniel Negreanu wie kent hem niet. De Canadese professionele pokerspeler met zes WSOP-titels op zijn naam waarvan de laatste gewonnen in 2013. Heeft na twee jaar tegenslag en een groot verlies van 1 miljoen dollar bij de laatste World Series of Poker, eindelijk weer eens een groot pokertoernooi Super High Roller Bowl VII gewonnen met een eindbedrag van maar liefst $ 3.312.000.

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Werd het pokertoernooi de Super High Roller Bowl VII in het tweede weekend van oktober 2022 gehouden in Las Vegas. Totaal telde de deelname 24 High Roller pokerspelers waarvan vijf bekende spelers in de finale eindigde. Samen met Nick Petrangelo bezat Daniel Negreanu de grootste stack waarmee hij ook in de finale starte. Andrew Lichtenberger, Orpen Kisacikoglu en Justin Bonomo hadden de kleinste stack. In de finale zouden er zeker 4 winnaars zijn die minimaal $720.000 zouden winnen. Helaas verloor Orpen Kisacikogl met Aas Koningin van Andrew Lichtenberger die twee vrouwen bezat. Orpen verliet als eerste de tafel met de 5 poker giganten met lege handen.

Justin Bonomo

Was de tweede verliezer die de tafel verlaat en verloor met een pocket acht tegen de boeren van de pokerspeler Lichtenbergen. Hiermee incasseert hij zo de vierde prijs van $720.000

Andrew Lichtenbergen

Verlaat als derde de tafel en wint hiermee een bedrag van $1.152.000. Op Twitter is in de video te zien hoe Negreanu, Lichtenbergen verslaat met de pokerkaarten Aas Zes.

Finale tussen Daniel Negreanu en Nick Petrangelo

Daniel Negreanu begint dus de finale met een veel grotere stack dan die van Nick Petrangelo. Die naarmate het spel vordert nog groter wordt. Bij een Koningin Zeven gaat Daniel Negreanu all-in en door de flop die valt met Twee Zeven en Drie wint Daniel Negreanu het pokerspel en is finale winnaar. Nick Petrangelo wint hiermee dus $2,016,000 en Negreanu pakt maar liefst $ 3.312.000. Hieronder kan je de spannende finale bekijken via een filmpje op twitter.



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