Daniel Negreanu Cashes for 5th Time This WSOP and Wants to Stake You

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Jun/17/2017

Daniel Negreanu cashed out for the 5th time this World Series of Poker with a 42nd place finish in the $ 1,500 Limit 2-7 Lowball Triple Draw (Event #28).  He’s also looking to give some lucky player a seat at this year’s Main Event with details that follow below.

RULES AND DETAILS FOR THE MAIN EVENT SEAT GIVEAWAY:

http://gimmyit.com/giveaway/main-event/

To enter simply fill out the required information at the link above.

Then, create your video to Daniel explaining why he should pick you and submit it via one of the following three methods:

1. Send your video to wsopvlog@gmail.com

2. Tweet your video to @realkidpoker on twitter and include the tag #wsopvlog

3. Post your video to instagram and tag Dnegspoker and include the tag #wsopvlog

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