Daniel’s Room at PokerStars consists of a series of 6 seater high-stakes No Limit Hold’em cash game tables where anyone with a big enough bankroll can play against other high limit players with the added possibility that if Daniel Negreanu is online and ready to play there is a chance he may join your table with a further incentive of Daniel inviting any player who impresses him onto an upcoming PokerStars TV show.
The minimum buy in required to take a seat at one of Daniels Room tables is set at 100 big blinds with a maximum buy in of 250 times the big blind at the following limits: $20/$40 ($10 ante); $50/$100 ($25 ante) ; $100/$200 ($50 ante).
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Daniel’s Room can be found by looking for the red DR symbol in the PokerStars lobby under Hold’em > No Limit/Pot Limit > High section, alternatively players can select the "Show only Daniel’s Room" option in the Hold’em Ring Game Filter.
Railbirds will be pleased to hear that Daniels room will be open to observers where they can watch as the action unfolds they will be permitted to chat with Daniel while he’s playing.
Upcoming events that will attract the eye of Railbird’s galore is when Daniel Negreanu takes on Viktor Blom at Pokerstars on the 20th & 27th March 2011, where we will see them compete in a four table multi heads up match with two of the hottest names in online poker Kid Poker vs. Isildur1 battling it out, in which Victor Bloom is probably the favourite to win due to Daniel not being as accustomed to heads up multi table play as what Viktor is.
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Daniel Negreanu is a Canadian professional poker player of Romanian ancestry who is also a Team PokerStars pro player, he plays under the alias “Kid Poker” on the world’s #1 populated online poker room.
Daniel has a calm pleasant demeanour making him the ideal ambassador for the game; he has achieved pretty much everything that one can as a professional poker player including being one of the highest earning live tournament players of all time with more than $12,500,000 in accrued tournament winnings, four World Series of Poker bracelets and highly regarded by his fans worldwide.