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See all of Daniel Negreanu's live poker tournament results for 2024 right here.

Negreanu is arguably the most popular poker player in the world. After 2023, Negreanu published his year-in-review post that went over how he performed on the tournament felt. Negreanu lost more than $2,200,000, and he went over the details in a video on his YouTube channel. Negreanu stated that for 2024 he would be taking a "quality over quantity" approach to the tournaments he plays so he could be even better prepared to make deep runs when he is buying in.

Negreanu frequents the high-stakes tournament scene, and the majority of the events he plays in are PokerGO Tour (PGT) events. In 2021, the first year of the PGT, Negreanu finished seventh on the season-long PGT leaderboard with two victories and 17 cashes. It was this year that he won the PokerGO Cup. In 2022, Negreanu finished 18th on the PGT leaderboard with three wins and 14 cashes. In 2023, Negreanu had one win and 25 cashes on the PGT, resulting in a 17th-place finish on the PGT leaderboard. He tied Sam Soverel for the most cashes during the 2023 PGT season, but many of Negreanu's cashes were on the smaller side. 

Already in 2024, Negreanu's "quality over quantity" approach looks to be paying big dividends. He won the first event of the year, taking top honors in PGT Last Chance Event #1: $10,100 NL Hold'em for $218,400. He added three more cashes in January - one from the PGT Kickoff series and two from the PokerGO Cup series. Negreanu then cashed four times during the PGT Mixed Games series. At the PGT PLO Series, Negreanu won Event #3: $5,100 Pot-Limit Omaha for $147,500. If he keeps the pace up, Negreanu will continue to move up the PGT leaderboard.

As Negreanu continues to grind away in 2024, we'll be listing all of his poker tournament cashes for the year right here in this article.

Daniel Negreanu's 2024 Poker Tournament Results

Event Place Winnings
PGT Last Chance Event #1: $10,100 NL Hold'em 1st $218,400
PGT Kickoff Event #5: $10,100 NL Hold'em 2nd $105,000
PokerGO Cup Event #3: $10,100 NL Hold'em 7th $34,000
PokerGO Cup Event #5: $10,100 NL Hold'em 11th $24,900
PGT Mixed Games Event #1: $5,100 H.O.R.S.E. 5th $30,450
PGT Mixed Games Event #3: $10,200 H.O.R.S.E. 4th $63,000
PGT Mixed Games Event #7: $10,200 Dealer's Choice 2nd $103,400
PGT Mixed Games Event #8: $10,200 Big Bet Mix 3rd $55,500
PGT PLO Series Event #3: $5,100 Pot-Limit Omaha 1st $147,500
PGT PLO Series Event #7: $15,100 PLO Progressive Bounty 6th $33,300 
WSOP International Circuit Toronto C$2,000 Main Event 237th C$2,948 ($2,170)
U.S. Poker Open Event #5: $10,100 NL Hold'em 2nd $151,800
U.S. Poker Open Event #6: $15,100 NL Hold'em 9th $27,900
WSOP Event #1: $5,000 Champions Reunion 49th $9,141
WSOP Event #3: $500 WSOP Kickoff 16th $8,541
WSOP Event #13: $10,000 Dealer's Choice Championship 10th $27,041
WSOP Event #30: $600 NL Hold'em/PLO Deepstack 107th $1,837
WSOP Event #33: $600 PLO Deepstack 212th $1,261
    $1,045,140

Negreanu also plans to use the "quality over quantity" approach during the 2024 World Series of Poker, and he might even take a couple of days off during the summer. He'll still play a big WSOP schedule, but it likely won't be as robust as his 2023 WSOP schedule was. Last year, Negreanu went into the summer prepared to play 88 gold bracelet events. For 2024, the schedule he posted includes a potential 49 WSOP events.

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