Daniel Negreanu Cashes 13 Times At WCOOP 2011

Ahead of PokerStars 2011 World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) getting underway, Daniel Negreanu said he had high hopes for his chances in the prestigious online poker series, and commented at the time:
“It would mean a lot to me, specifically, because I have never had a lot of success online and that’s like a new frontier for me that I want to break through.”
The 2011 WCOOP runs from September 4th to 25th, and now with just a few days left of the 62 event series, Negreanu has plenty to be proud of having cashed up until now a total of 13 times for $65,242.
So far, Negreanu’s best finish came in WCOOP-41: $10,300 NLHE [High-Roller Heads-Up], where he finished in 4th place out of 32 players for $48,000. Yesterday, Daniel then succeeded in logging his second biggest finish of the series after finishing WCOOP-53: $530+R NL Hold’em in 34th spot for $4,313.
Whilst playing yesterday’s tournament, Negreanu was active on his twitter account and wrote:
“In the money again cashed in s straight WCOOP 50-53. Above avg stack for now. 13th cash of series but haven’t run when it counts!”
However, after busting out a short while later, although disappointed Negreanu took his elimination in good spirits and wrote:
“Oops just busted vs Chipleader. Kind of a cooler but oh well. 34th place. Another near miss. I need a drink!”
According to bluffmagazine.com, Daniel Negreanu has now earned $244,645 playing tournaments online, to go with his $14,673,243 winnings in the live arena. Despite the huge discrepancy in the amounts, Daniel has only been playing online for a relatively short amount of time and has had to make some major changes to his live game for the virtual felts.
However, Negreanu’s hard work seems to be paying off and at this year’s WCOOP he has already more than doubled the amount he won at the 2010 WCOOP, where he cashed just four times for $33,707.

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