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Daniel Negreanu Closing in on Another WSOP Final Table

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Jun/10/2014
Daniel Negreanu Closing in on Another WSOP Final Table

Finishing 2nd in the 2014 World Series of Poker Event #3, poker pro Daniel Negreanu is hoping to make a serious run in the Event #22: $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship.

Heading into the last day before the final table is determined, Negreanu was within striking distance of the top nine players. 

21 remained in what was another stacked table that included the likes of poker’ other elite: Justin Bonomo and Bertrand Grospellier.

High-stakes cash game regular Tommy Hang was leading the way coming into Tuesday.

Michael Mizrachi and Vladimir Shchemelev were among the chip leaders for a while, but ultimately did not manage to make it into the money.

Below are the End-of-Day chip counts.

Tommy Hang

757,000

37,000

Randy Ohel

611,000

-89,000

Richard Ashby

508,000

118,000

Christopher Wallace

506,000

-4,000

David Benyamine

412,000

-8,000

Justin Bonomo

345,000

35,000

John Cernuto

335,000

35,000

Calvin Anderson

301,000

-149,000

Max Pescatori

282,000

-83,000

Sergey Altbregin

261,000

11,000

Lee Goldman

240,000

-80,000

Nick Schulman

194,000

-41,000

Bill Chen

193,000

-52,000

Bruno Fitoussi

189,000

-61,000

Glenn Cozen

184,000

64,000

Daniel Negreanu

181,000

26,000

Bertrand Grospellier

177,000

-53,000

Ben Yu

106,000

-114,000

Mark Gregorich

99,000

55,000

Nick Kost

69,000

29,000

Richard Sklar

53,000

-21,000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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