When asked where the $ 1 million ranking in action would compare to previous years of bracelet betting, Negreanu said, “Yes, the bid of up to a million is far from being accepted, so the current amount isn’t very big at all on that bet.
Negreanu also added another possible bet related to the bracelet, even offering money for the second option instead of getting a 2.5: 1 chance.
While the 2020 WSOP in Las Vegas has been officially postponed, there will be at least 85 wristbands awarded this year as the recently announced WSOP Online series visits Lidewapoker. The live and face-to-face WSOP may still be rescheduled for fall, and the European WSOP may also take place in 2020. Negreanu answered questions on Twitter about any live events that might take place later this year and whether the bracelet event will count towards the stakes, said that, “Any WSOP bracelet wins in 2020 [will count].”
Negreanu has cashed in more than $ 18 million in WSOP bracelet events alone, including finishing runner-up at the Big One For One 2014 Drop-in $ 1 million buy-in event for nearly $ 8.3 million. His most recent bracelet win came at the 2013 WSOP Europe, when he fielded a € 25,600 high roller event to € 725,000. She won two bracelets in 2013, with another win coming at the WSOP Asia Pacific series main event.
Negreanu won his first bracelet in 1998 in a $ 2,000 pot-limit hold’em event. He went on to win three more times between 2003 and 2008. Five years was the longest “KidPoker” drought before six consecutive years and counted without a bracelet win.
The first bracelet event in 2020 will take place on July 1. Stay connected with Card Player to keep track of how Negreanu is pricing in his quest for the seventh bracelet and beyond.
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