A surprising cooler involves Negreanu and a businessman.
On the ninth episode of High Stakes Poker, KidPoker defeated a multimillionaire to win the show’s largest pot.
Negreanu and a businessman engage in a stunning cooler confrontation.
This week’s edition of High Stakes Poker on PokerGO included a new table featuring Daniel Negreanu and Eric Persson, and closed with a poker legend removing all chips from a recreational player.
The ninth episode of the tenth season had an excellent blend of talent, action, and characters. In addition to the previously named players, Stanley Choi, Jean-Robert Bellande, Jennifer Tilly, Stanley Tang, and Andrew Robl participated in the game.
A transportation application helped Stanley Tang become a multimillionaire.
During the early days of High Stakes Poker, Negreanu often had variance working against him. In Season 9, his fortune shifted, and he remained in that vein at the beginning of this season.
The previous week, Antonio Esfandiari and Bill Perkins played an epic $600,000 pot, and in this episode, the Canadian played the best hand against multimillionaire businessman Stanley Tang.
Tilly began the action by raising to $1,500 from the button, receiving callers from Negreanu’s 22 and Tang’s A8. The blinds folded and the flip revealed 9A2 to the three remaining players.
All players agreed to check, and the turn was an 8, a terrible card for Tang, who was up against a set. Tilly placed a $3,000 wager as a test, but Negreanu raised to $12,000 and was in a fantastic position to win a large pot. The talented actress folded her king-high as Tang called.
Following the 5, “DNegs” executed a shrewd check. Nonetheless, Tang opted to wager $59,000. Negreanu, who had just $200 more than the stake, moved all-in, and his opponent with two pair could not fold. The multimillionaire then learned the terrible news and threw away his cards, while the $150,900 pot was transported to Canada.