BankrollMob Poker News

mar
8

The Big Event - Main Event: Daniel Negreanu in 5th place with 70 players left

Tags: daniel negreanu, the big event, victor ramadin.
Posted on 08 March 2011 by "T".

Last Saturday, the tournament series The Big Event kicked off at the Bicycle Casino in Los Angeles. 417 players signed up for the Main Event and now, 3 days later, 70 players still have the chance to reach the final table and battle for some serious cash.

Chip leader is the american Victor Ramadin. Ramadin has played fantastic poker from the very beginning of the tournament and he has managed to accumulate 1,050,000 chips - double the stack than Jamie Kaplan in second place.

The biggest name left in the field of players is from Canada. Daniel Negreanu has 360,700 chips and is at the moment in 5th place. A win for Negreanu will take him back to number 1 on the All Time Money list, so we can expect to see him play his very best game.

 


« Poker News   /   Comment on this news »

Related Articles:

8 comments on "The Big Event - Main Event: Daniel Negreanu in 5th place with 70 players left"


 mazas08/03/2011 15:47:16 GMT
i think he ll not win this tournament and not reach the final table hes live poker this year statistic isnt very good
anyway good luck for him i am not a fan off daniel but i wish him best luck Big Smile
 BMWman08/03/2011 17:35:44 GMT
1st thing is, Daniel Negreanu is NOT from America. He is Canadian. WTG Daniel, you can do this easily......
 Fackinas08/03/2011 18:10:06 GMT
BTW what the buy in and prize pool? There is no info !!!!!!
PS I just noticed that Daniel is in Katty perry video waking up in vegas lost 17mln$ pot Big Smile
 blade198408/03/2011 18:57:50 GMT
i am not a fan of dan but you haveta say that he is a very good player and a smart one to he can read a player great
 schmoyster08/03/2011 18:59:30 GMT
Posted by BMWman:
1st thing is, Daniel Negreanu is NOT from America. He is Canadian. WTG Daniel, you can do this easily......

Right.
Also, it is Victor Ramdin (not Ramadin). And though he is based in America, he is not American. He is from Guyana...
 SuperNoob08/03/2011 20:15:41 GMT
daniel is in good spot but theres still lots of poker to be played and anything can happen. gl to him, lets see if he can win this and get back to top of all time winning list.
 Fish4Sharkz10/03/2011 03:44:02 GMT
He is far away from first place. But he is a skilled player and i am sure he will reach the final table.
 Fakiry10/03/2011 11:47:51 GMT
Did heard nothing special about Daniel for a while. He is one of my favourite players and i hope he can manage nice in this tourney. At least, reaching final table will be good.

------------
Did heard nothing special about Daniel for a while. He is one of my favourite players and i hope he can manage nice in this tourney. At least, reaching final table will be good.

Write a comment:

You must be logged in, to comment on news...

Disclosure: BankrollMob may earn a commission based on the advertisement material on this site. #AD

© 2022 BankrollMob.com - All Rights Reserved CONTACT | ABOUT | PRIVACY & COOKIE POLICY | TERMS & CONDITIONS | NEWSLETTER | AFFILIATES | REPORT SPAM | ADVERTISING