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GGPoker ambassador Daniel Negreanu plays in his very own GGPoker online tournament! $100K was guaranteed for the final table of just 8 players who qualified to go up against the Master himself and fight for their share of the prize pool. PLUS bragging rights to up against the very best – Dnegs! Streamed live on Twitch, GGPoker final table action recap here on our YouTube channel. Want to see more of Daniel playing on GGPoker? Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss future events on GGPoker with Daniel Negreanu:

00:00 Intro
03:38 Daniel gets his first good hand
05:14 Negreanu wins with a Top Pair
07:01 Daniel becomes the chip leader
15:20 Explanation of how to use Smart HUD
19:25 Daniel plays Q and K
26:00 How to use the function squeeze on GG
38:20 Daniel Bluffs goes All in
40:12 Player goes All in and gets the 5th place
41:20 Daniel goes All in with A 9

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24 Replies to “Daniel Negreanu Plays $100K Online Poker Final Table at GGPoker”

  1. How come the only online sites people in California can play on is the rigged bs sites? I tried a few of them and just gave up because it was so obvious that it was rigged bs. Anyone know of a legit site we can play in California?

  2. I haven’t played in 10 years online. The size of bets changed so much. It used to be 2/3-3/4 of the pot. Now it’s like 1/5 or 1/4. Great video, fun to watch ! Can’t believe you didn’t get tired of playing and move on doing something else 😉

  3. Best hand playing accompanied by hole-card sharing

    imagine we're in a team of 4 players,
    1 holds 82o in UTG,
    1 holds A8o in HJ,
    1 holds KJs in CO,
    1 holds 89s in BU.

    now there are clearly 3 bad hands here, and they block eachothers outs, so it's clearly better for these hands to fold, than it would normally be, the KNOWN EV of a fold is the same as always, 0, however our alternatives just got worse, meaning the EV gain of folding these hands (A8o we should normally rfi, 89s should call KJs' open in a tournament for example) however with the extra information, we can now fold. Where-as others cannot seize this advantage.

    Over the long run, yes, the games will FEEL pretty rigged.

    These teams white-list certain individuals in their games to avoid detection, granting that white-listed player a winning graph…
    If you have a massively positive graph, chances are you will be white-listed by the team, as they will expect you to smell a rat more often. By this token, once a player is white-listed if they stay in that game, they quite often can amass a decent graph and then go on to crush the next stake, due to also being white-listed there, due to having been white-listed in the previous game mode…

    However if you are a losing player, i wouldn't wait around to get white-listed. I got white-listed in a game mode, and made over 400 buy-ins. However, i then cashed out after having some life stuff come up, a month or two redeposited, having spent much of the roll that i'd amassed, was planning to grind it up from lower stakes than i was playing previously…. After all, i was absolutely crushing 2 stakes higher, for several months putting in decent volume.

    HOWEVER….. The games were (i am as certain as i can be without knowing their actual hole-cards in every spot) filled with colluders, convenient folds to my direct opponents on bubbles where it just didn't matter to the big-stack whether or not the bubble continues as everyone is 1-2BBs deep…. Repeated over months of volume (roughly 100 sngs per day for several months – i was really grinding)…..

    Pokerstars seem to think that more sophisticated collusion simply does not occur.
    They seem to think that groups of individuals cannot find loop-holes in their defences…
    Lets imagine these 6 extra blockers throughout the entire game give you an extra 5% roi
    Suddenly a player who was making $25/hour if he studied like a maniac all year is making $50 an hour with virtually no effort…
    Personally, if i knew that i could just donate back $25 an hour to a few other players who are not involved through some "whale" account, and it would convince the site that i'm not colluding, i'd probably do that, if i were the kind to collude. (i'm not i can just see how ridiculously easy it would be, and yet everyone for some reason is talking about rigging, as if to deliberately mislead people from the real problem – rigging never happens really, collusion happens AT LEAST sometimes, yet the only detailed video i find, is doug polk talking about mike postle, playing live… great.)

    Pokerstars however, believe that if players are consistently refusing to take collusive opportunities, that this is somehow a dead-cert confirmation, that they are not cheating, enough to insultingly tell me that it is essentially all in my head.

    The problem will only grow, until we let pokerstars know that we are aware of it.

    All you players who are break-even/losing/barely-winning just know… You may well be decent winners, if all the colluders were gone… After all there are a lot of fish…. But if the colluders have a bigger edge vs them, and an edge vs you that even god players cannot achieve vs fish. You're simply done for…

    With the colluders there… The game is doomed and will die… Quickly. We're watching it happen in front of our eyes… It should be quite a stable economy;

    some making money then quitting and doing something less demanding or playing far less,
    others losing money then quitting,
    some losing money at a steady pace for recreation
    some breaking even and aspiring to eventually win, winning some off of the fish, losing to the better players..
    site takes rake and brings in new players with some of that money via promotions + advertising
    government taxes everybody one way or another.

    However throw colluders into the equation, suddenly you now have 2 groups of winners, and this group of winners barely has to try, they simply arrange 1 day per week, that they will log into new accounts, that they got someone else to make and verify for them for a small fee (or simply stole/bought their details online), after making X amount of money… All funds are dumped onto a legitimate heads up account, who then pays the group accordingly via bitcoin or some other un-traceable method, after himself, taking a small fee for the process, somewhat accounting for all the variance in heads up, a sort of extra rake-back if you like, what's more, their graph now looks way better than it should, so much so they may be able to rope in some people for coaching, $500/hr thank you very much, very reasonable these days for a world class heads up player eh?

    Tell me i'm wrong. I'll just prove i'm right.

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