Poker Pros React To Daniel Negreanu's 6th WSOP Bracelet

Poker Pros React To Daniel Negreanu's 6th WSOP BraceletCanadian pro Daniel Negreanu has just won his 6th WSOP bracelet after taking down the WSOP Europe €25k High Roller (Event #7) in Paris, yesterday.
This year alone, the poker superstar has now won an impressive two gold bracelets, as well $3,179,232 in tournament winnings, to take his career tally to $19,519,811. In addition, the 39 year-old also took down the WSOP Player of the Year award for the second time, in so doing becoming the first person to win the accolade twice.
Following Negreanu’s remarkable achievement, poker pros have been taking to twitter to give their reactions to the news and here are a selection of some of those tweets, starting with the man himself:
Daniel Negreanu
“Thank you ALL for your support- I WON! I am on cloud right now and love each and every one of you. Even those of you who hate me haha :-)”
Eugene Katchalov
“@RealKidPoker Congrats man!! Guess will have to now look at 2 posters of you next summer at the Rio :)”
Fabrice Soulier
“@RealKidPoker Great new! Much deserved, as an ambassador also as a player. #respect”
Andre Akkari
“@RealKidPoker congrats man! U deserve it more than anybody! Such a idol!!!!”
Phil Ivey
“Congrats on another well deserved POY award and 6th bracelet to my long time friend @RealKidPoker!!”
Vanessa Selbst
“Congrats to @realkidpoker! Truly inspirational what you have done in poker.”
Jason Mercier
“Anyone who thinks @RealKidPoker isn’t one of the best poker players in the world is either ignorant, stupid, or blind. #NuffSaid #theGOAT”

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