Negreanu Finishes WSOP Day 3 Down and Out: Find Out Who's Winning the Bracelets

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Jun/04/2018

Daniel Negreanu is back at it, vlogging through the World Series of Poker.

To kick off the week, Negreanu was grinding in the $10k Omaha 8 Championship.

He's already down at this year's WSOP and will be re-entering the Dealer's Choice event after Day 3. 

"This time I'm not going to screw up," he says.

"If I get short I'm going to gamble it up, try to get some chips." he added.  "Otherwise, just re-enter.  It's $1500.  Let's do this."

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