Negreanu lost to Colman but his huge runner-up prize of more than $8 million has put the pro on top of the poker all time money list in 2014 passing Antonio Esfandiari.
WSOP Big One for One Drop 2014 winner Daniel Colman now has $18.2 million in total live career earnings and features in 6th place on the poker all time money list.
23 year old, Daniel Colman's victory in the 2014 WSOP One Drop event which paid out more than $15,3 million for first place.
WSOP Big One for One Drop 2014 Winner
The final table of the WSOP Big One for One Drop 2014 only lasted for a total of 118 poker hands, Daniel Negreanu describes the heads-up match with Daniel Colman a similar to a boxing match.
There were a total of 42 players registered for the 2014 Big One for One Drop tournament which raised over $4.6 million for the One Drop Charity Organization.
Poker fans can watch an edited version of all the action and highlights of the WSOP Big One for One Drop broadcast exclusively on ESPN every Tuesday between July 29th - August 12th, 2014.
Poker All Time Money List 2014
Despite a 2nd place finish, Daniel Negreanu is now on top of the poker all time money list with just short of $30 million in career earnings.
WSOP Big One for One Drop 2014 Results
Only eight of the nine players finished in the money on the WSOP Big One for One Drop Final Table and received more than the million back from their buy-in, Tom Hall finish in ninth place the bubble position.
- Daniel Colman - $15,306,668
- Daniel Negreanu - $8,288,001
- Christoph Vogelsang - $4,480,000
- Rick Salomon - $2,800,000
- Tobias Reinkemeier - $2,053,334
- Scott Seiver - $1,680,000
- Paul Newey - $1,418,667
- Cary Katz - $1,306,667