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Daniel Negreanu Catches Nasty Virus at WSOP

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jul/06/2009

Now that Daniel Negreanu has bowed out of the 2009 World Series of Poker early, he can go back to blogging....assuming he can muster up enough strength to do so.

Don't cry any tears for Negreanu.  Not only did he cash out at eight events of the 2009 World Series of Poker, he's also putting more than $300,000 in the bank.  That's more than US President Barack Obama's yearly salary.  Way to go Daniel. 

Unfortunately he's suffering from flu-like symptoms that may have played a part in his horrid performance.  Hopefully it's not the Swine Flu. 

"Out of the WSOP and don't really care. So sick I just need a bed."

Negreanu's health was deteriorating rapidly by days end.

"Nose dripping like a water faucet, head pounding. So bizarre. Must have caught something. I played uber bad at the wsop. Had no chance."

Ace King, Gambling911.com         

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