Doug Polk to Daniel Negreanu: 'You're Being a Little Bitch!'

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Feb/11/2018

In a shock video released this weekend, poker pro Doug Polk went on an epic rant against fellow poker pro Daniel Negreanu, saying he is acting like a "little bitch".

Polk in particular railed on Negreanu for supporting PokerStars increased rake structure. Negreanu is a member of Team PokerStars.

Polk said Negreanu is "being a massive hypocrite" and "an embarrassment to players and the game of poker.”

He then went on to mock the Canadian pro.  "To see someone just get on their knees and just give PokerStars that real full service to that degree, that was beatiful," Polk said in jest.

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- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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