Daniel Negreanu Makes Final Table of 2010 APPT Sydney

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Ace King
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Daniel Negreanu 2010 APPT Sydney

Amazingly, poker pro Daniel Negreanu has made the final table of the 2010 APPT Sydney.  Negreanu is widely considered among the best poker players in the world and he continues to make appearances in some of the biggest poker events out there.

Negreanu was the 9th chip holder in the final with 267000 chips. 

In 2009, Negreanu finished 2nd at the Event #4 - WSOPE No Limit Hold'em WSOP Europe Main Event.  He recently walked away with $251,040 after finishing 4th at the EPT No Limit Hold'em back in October.

Negreanu currently resides in Las Vegasbut is representing his native Canada at in this year’s PokerStars Asia Pacific Poker Tour Sydney Grand Final.

Another big name player, Roland de Wolfe of the United Kingdom, comes into  the final as the chip leader. 


Roland de Wolfe was the second player in poker history to achieve the game's "Triple Crown" winning EPT, WSOP and WPT titles. The 31-year-old is making the most of his trip down under, as his primary reason for coming was to support his native country England in cricket's Ashes series.

There were 5 Australians among the final 9.  The rest of the table was made up of one player from France, United Kingdom, United States and Canada (Negreanu).

Roland de WolfeUnited Kingdom1663000

Antoine AmouretteFrance1640000

Peco StojanovskiAustralia1608000

Eddy SabatUnited States917000

Jonathan KaramalikisAustralia890000

Manuel HansimikaliAustralia589000

Ben McLeanAustralia530000

Tom RaffertyAustralia482000

Daniel NegreanuCanada267000

- Ace King, Gambling911.com