Negreanu’s TV cash game troubles continue

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Oct 13, 2010 Posted in TV Poker | No Comments »

Daniel Negreanu’s struggles on GSN’s High Stakes Poker are bordering on legendary, with the poker superstar getting pummeled week after week. Whether it’s bad beats, coolers, or even a questionable decision because of the effects of the first two, Negreanu has been unable to get anything going on the popular show.

After 4 appearances on the PokerStars.net Big Game Negreanu seemed to have overcome his televised cash game woes; winning close to $200,000 in those appearances. However, in this week’s episodes the wheels have come off, and Negreanu finds himself stuck over $200k after just 19 hands!

Negreanu’s main beneficiary was Barry Greenstein who made a couple of big hands and won two huge pots and is up $170K; Justin Bonomo also had a nice 20 hand run where he banked over $120k.

There is still the upcoming episode that Tony G blogged about where he supposedly decimates the table, and lightens the bankroll of Daniel Negreanu –not to mention that Tony claims to have completed tilted Phil Hellmuth.

There is still a lot of poker to be played on this week’s Big Game episodes, and as the face of PokerStars I highly doubt Negreanu will quit the game –as some other players have done after suffering 6-figure losses—no matter how much he is down.

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