Daniel Negreanu Finds Romance On Dating Show

Daniel Negreanu Finds Romance On Dating ShowDaniel Negreanu is one of poker’s most successful players having notched up a huge $16,340,578 from live tournament, as well as 4 WSOP and 2 WPT titles. As well as having a net fortune estimated at $50 million, Negreanu also has a personal history of philanthropy and supports many charities and good causes.
The 38 year old was married once briefly between August 2005 and November 2007 to Lori Lin Weber but later separated. Since then, the Canadian pro has been enjoying bachelorhood and has been linked to many attractive women over the years, including Miss Earth Hungary 2008.
However, love still seems to have eluded Daniel, who confessed recently that his last serious girlfriend ended up cheating on him. Therefore, for a self-confessed lover of reality TV, the chance to appear on Bravo’s “The Millionaire Matchmaker,” was too good an opportunity to miss.
The poker pro made his appearance on the show on Thursday night, January 10th, although the actual show was apparently recorded last spring. After narrowing down the field of beautiful girls to a blonde called Lindsay, Negreanu took her out on a date in his native Las Vegas where they pair ended up hitting it off.
According to Millionaire’s Club Director of Operations Destin Pfaff, Negreanu is sweet, funny and listens.  He also proved the “real deal” on the show and as Pfaff wrote on his blog: “All the girls wanted him. Ultimately he chose wisely and picked Lindsay, the cutest and most genuine of the bunch. He took her out on a great date and they’re still seeing each other! It’s just a matter of time before they start dealing out little babies!”
As mentioned earlier the show was recorded last spring and as far as I’m aware there hasn’t been any mention of the couple in public. Is Daniel simply playing his cards close to his chest or is there romance still blossoming? Regardless Negreanu seems to have had a good time on the show and came off as genuine and good hearted.

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