Negreanu to Undergo Surgery, Will Remain Off Poker Circuit

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Feb/12/2018

Poker pro Daniel Negreanu is slated to have surgery next month, tweeting out to his followers he'll be leaving the live poker circuit for a bit.  Scroll Down....


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With my ACL surgery scheduled for March 1st it looks like I'll be off the tourney circuit until the Super High Roller Bowl in May. Will be working hard during my rest time studying and continuing to improve and be ready for the big one!

Negreanu suffered the injury back in early December, tweeting the diagnosis later that month.

Got an MRI yesterday with the bad news. My soccer injury from 4 weeks ago is officially an ACL tear. Bummer cause it was feeling better but a tear is a tear. Ugh.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

 

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