Pros React To Daniel Negreanu's WSOP APAC Main Event Victory

Pros React To Daniel Negreanu's WSOP APAC Main Event VictoryYesterday in Melbourne, Australia, poker superstar Daniel Negreanu took down the inaugural WSOP APAC Main Event for A$1,038,825, collecting his 5th WSOP winners bracelet along the way. Following the Canadian pro’s remarkable performance, poker fans have been giving their reactions to the news and here is a selection of some of those messages, starting with the man himself, Daniel Negreanu:
“I had so much fun. It’s such a blast. It’s been a while since I have had one of these on my wrist..Number five! It’s been a long drought since 2008. It’s a great way to start 2013. I always thought I should have more than four and now I plan to get to seven or eight by the end of the year.”
Phil Ivey: “I think we found the newest #IveyPoker member, @RealKidPoker, whether he likes it or not.” (see photo)
Doyle Brunson: “CONGRATS TO @RealKidPoker . They can’t find fault with over 400 entries! About time.”
Bertrand Grospellier: “@RealKidPoker YES!!! Congrats on such an Amazing Job Daniel, you’re making all of us proud to be #TeamPokerStars”
Phil Hellmuth: “Congrats to @RealKidPoker on picking up WSOP Bracelet #5 in style! Daniel just won the WSOP APAC Main Event! #WSOPAPAC”
Joe Hachem: “Congrats @RealKidPoker for an amazing effort to win the inaugural wsopapac main event. Just goes to show hard work does pay off #WSOPAPAC”
John Racener: “Congrats @RealKidPoker, back in the winner’s circle where u belong.”
David Doc Sands: “@RealKidPoker impressive win – congrats!!!”
Brian Hastings: “Congrats to @RealKidPoker on bracelet #5! Although I think the bracelet system needs tweaking, this one is most certainly well-deserved!”
Joe Stapleton: “Congratulations to one of the best guys on the planet, who deserves to win ’em all. Nice work, buddy. @RealKidPoker.”
Sam Levene: “Huge congrats to @RealKidPoker for his #5thbracelet @WSOP APAC. You could see it meant a lot to him! Awesome”

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