The official trailer for the KidPoker documentary has been released by PokerStars Original Films.
KidPoker Daniel Negreanu is the highest-earning tournament player of all time with six WSOP bracelets and two WPT titles.
KidPoker became a member of the WSOP Poker Hall of Fame in 2014 and has been a Team PokerStars Pro since 2007.
KidPoker Daniel Negreanu Documentary
PokerStars Original Films presents the KidPoker Daniel Negreanu Documentary official trailer.
Canadian Daniel Negreanu moved to Las Vegas shortly after he fell in love with the game of poker. As a cocky youngster he always knew he was going become the best at whatever he did. In 1998, Negreanu was the youngest player at that time to win a WSOP bracelet at the age of 23 years old. In his tournament career he has won six WSOP bracelets and two WPT titles.
KidPoker Daniel Negreanu became a member of Team PokerStars in 2007 and has been representing the brand as a professional poker pro and spokesperson.
After his runner-up finish in the 2014 WSOP The Big One for One Drop, Negreanu claimed the title of highest-earning tournament player of all time.
Achievements off the table include: poker book author, blogger, poker TV player and commentator.
Hobbies include: golf, shooting pool, video games.
KidPoker Highest-earning Tournament Player of all Time
Here are just some of his achievements over the years, biggest cashes, tournament earnings for first and runner-up place in major live and online poker tournaments.
|2014 WSOP The Big One for One Drop||2nd||$8,288,001|
|2013 WSOPE High Roller||1st||$979,955|
|2013 PokerStars SCOOP Pot Limit Omaha||1st||$216,000|
|2013 WSOP Asia Pacific Main Event||1st||$1,087,160|
|2011 PCA Super High Roller||2nd||$1,000,000|
|2009 WSOPE Main Event||2nd||$788,618|
|2008 WSOP Limit Hold'em||1st||$204,863|
|2006 WSOP Circuit Event||1st||$755,525|
|2004 WPT Five Diamond World Poker Classic||1st||$755,525|
|2004 WPT Borgata Poker Open||1st||$1,117,400|
|2004 WSOP Limit Hold'em||1st||$169,100|
|2003 WSOP S.H.O.E.||1st||$100,440|
|1998 WSOP Pot Limit Hold'em||1st||$169,460|