On the eve of the 2024 World Series of Poker, a new video collection has been added to PokerGO. The 'All-In with Daniel Negreanu' collection features some of Negreanu's winning moments and close calls caught on TV throughout his career.

Negreanu has accumulated more than $52.6 million in lifetime tournament earnings, according to The Hendon Mob, including six WSOP bracelets, two WPT titles, and seven PGT titles. Negreanu's biggest career score was a runner-up finish at the 2014 WSOP in The Big One for One Drop, winning $8,288,101 in prize money. His next two largest career scores include a Super High Roller Bowl VII victory for $3,312,000 in 2022 and a Super High Roller Bowl IV runner-up finish for $3,000,000 in 2018. These three events were all captured live and are on PokerGO.com. For the first time, they are all grouped together with many other videos in the 'All-In with Daniel Negreanu' collection.

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Tournament wins have fallen Negreanu's way throughout his career, dating back to 1997 when he won the $225 Limit Hold'em at the Commerce Casino. Since those days, Negreanu has often been a staple under the bright lights, where some of his greatest poker accomplishments have been shared with the world on PokerGO.com. Kicking off the Winning Moments collection of 'All-In with Daniel Negreanu' is his fifth WSOP bracelet at Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia. Negreanu topped the 405-entrant field in the WSOP Asia-Pacific Main Event in 2013 to win AU$1,038,825 in prize money after defeating a final table that included Winfred Yu, Kahle Burns, Russell Thomas, and Benny Spindler.

Negreanu's biggest victory is next with his $3,312,000 win in Super High Roller Bowl VII at the PokerGO Studio in 2022. Negreanu defeated Nick Petrangelo heads-up, while Andrew Lichtenberger and Justin Bonomo finished third and fourth, respectively. In 2021, Negreanu was crowned the PokerGO Cup champion on the back of his Event #7: $50,000 No-Limit Hold'em victory for $700,000 in prize money where he defeated David Coleman heads-up. Later in the year, Negreanu won the Event #5: $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em event at the Poker Masters for $178,200. 

In 2022, Negreanu returned to the winner's circle at the PokerGO Cup by winning Event #6: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em for $350,000. In Negreanu's first event of 2024, he would top the one-day 91-entrant field to win the PGT Last Chance opening event for $218,400. Negreanu's win would also secure his seat in the PGT Championship $1,000,000 freeroll, where he finished in 42nd place. With the 2024 PGT season in full swing, Negreanu would claim his first PGT PLO Series title by winning Event #3: $5,100 Pot-Limit Omaha for $147,500 in prize money.

All-In with Daniel Negreanu | Winning Moments

Year Event PokerGO Link
2013 Daniel Negreanu Wins 5th WSOP Bracelet Watch here on PokerGO
2022 Daniel Negreanu Wins SHRB VII and $3.3 Million Watch here on PokerGO
2021 Daniel Negreanu Scores PokerGO Cup Victory Watch here on PokerGO
2021 Daniel Negreanu Takes Down $10k Poker Masters Event Watch here on PokerGO
2022 Daniel Negreanu Wins Another PokerGO Cup Event for $350K Watch here on PokerGO
2024 Daniel Negreanu Nails Last Chance to Qualify for PGT Championship Watch here on PokerGO
2024 Daniel Negreanu Wins PLO Title for $148K Watch here on PokerGO

For all the winning moments Negreanu has had during his career, there have been plenty of close calls where Negreanu has fallen short of adding another WSOP bracelet or PGT title to his poker resume. 

In 2009, Negreanu was heads-up in the WSOP Europe Main Event against Barry Shulman. The topsy-turvy heads-up battle would see Shulman prevail to win the £801,603 first-place prize. In the biggest buy-in tournament of 2014, Negreanu would find himself heads-up in the WSOP's $1,000,000 buy-in, The Big One for One Drop, against Daniel Colman. Playing for the $15,306,668 first-place prize, it would be Colman who triumphed to win his first WSOP bracelet, while Negreanu would have to settle for his $8,288,001 payday for the runner-up finish. 

Although he would secure his own Super High Roller Bowl win a few years later, in 2018, Negreanu was at the Super High Roller Bowl IV final table alongside Stephen Chidwick, Nick Petrangelo, Christoph Vogelsang, Mikita Badziakouski, Jason Koon, and Justin Bonomo. Unfortunately for Negreanu, he would have to settle for a runner-up finish to Bonomo for $3,000,000. At the 2019 WSOP, Negreanu reached heads-up play in two events. Firstly, he finished second for $151,7000 to John Hennigan in the $10,000 Stud Championship and followed that with another second-place finish for $1,725,838 to Keith Tilston in the $100,000 No-Limit Hold'em High Roller.

During the 2024 PGT season, Negreanu has two runner-up finishes to his name. Firstly, Negreanu was defeated by Kristen Foxen in Event #5: $10,100 No-Limit Hold'em of PGT Kickoff, before he was defeated by Matthew Wantman in Event #5: $10,100 No-Limit Hold'em at the U.S. Poker Open. At the 2021 WSOP, Negreanu reached the final table of the $50,000 Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller and was involved in an intense three-handed duel between Phil Hellmuth and Jeremy Ausmus. Each player held the chip lead before it would be Ausmus winning his third WSOP bracelet after defeating Hellmuth heads-up. The final video that is part of Negreanu's close calls is his third-place finish in the $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em event at the 2004 WSOP. Negreanu collected $100,940 for his efforts as Gerry Drehobl defeated John Juanda to claim the $365,900 first-place prize.

All-In with Daniel Negreanu | Close Calls

Year Event PokerGO Link
2009 Daniel Negreanu Denied WSOP Europe Main Event Victory Watch here on PokerGO
2014 Can Daniel Negreanu Win $15.3 Million at the WSOP? Watch here on PokerGO
2018 Daniel Negreanu vs. Justin Bonomo for $5 Million in SHRB IV Watch here on PokerGO
2019 Will Daniel Negreanu Win 7th WSOP Bracelet in $10K Stud Championship? Watch here on PokerGO
2019 $2.7 Million On the Line for Daniel Negreanu in the $100K High Roller Watch here on PokerGO
2024 Can Daniel Negreanu Win a U.S. Open Golden Eagle and $239K? Watch here on PokerGO
2021 Negreanu Battles Hellmuth and Ausmus for WSOP $50K Pot-Limit Omaha High Roller Bracelet Watch here on PokerGO
2024 Daniel Negreanu vs. Kristen Foxen for PGT Kickoff Title Watch here on PokerGO
2004 Daniel Negreanu Eyes 4th WSOP Bracelet in 2004 Watch here on PokerGO

What is Next in the 'All-In with' Collection?

The next poker player to be featured in PokerGO's 'All-In with' collection is 17-time WSOP bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth. Hellmuth has amassed more than $30 million in lifetime tournament earnings, according to The Hendon Mob,  

Following Hellmuth, the 'All-In with' collection will turn its attention to cash games and feature Andrew Robl and Tom Dwan. Both Robl and Dwan are some of the most feared high-stakes cash game players of their generations. Dwan was a staple on High Stakes Poker from Season 5 to 9, while Robl made his debut in Season 6 and has been featured in Seasons 7 and 10-13.

Stay tuned to PGT.com for more updates on PokerGO's 'All-In with' collection featuring winning moments and close calls of your favorite poker players.

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