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Daniel Negreanu has closed out this event, winning his fifth gold bracelet, over $1 million and the first ever WSOP Asia Pacific Main Event title. We speak with Daniel in this exclusive winner interview about what the win means and what it took to make it happen.
Daniel Negreanu is no stranger to WSOP final tables and he's got a commanding lead at the 2013 WSOP Asia Pacific Main Event. This also marks the third consecutive main event he's cashed in, including Las Vegas and WSOP Europe. And if Kid Poker can close out this tournament he'll earn his fifth WSOP gold bracelet.
Australian Daniel Morton got his start in poker in the pub leagues playing for fun but now he's at the final table of the inaugural WSOP Asia Pacific main event with a shot at $1 million. Marton doesn't consider himself a poker pro but he also doesn't have a day job. Watch the video and decide for yourself.
Mikel Habb is only a recreational poker player but tonight he's got a shot at winning $1 million and the first ever World Series of Poker Asia Pacific main event title. We caught Habb on a break from the final table to talk about why he loves poker and what's so special about this inaugural event.
Have you ever wondered what's going on inside the minds of the world's greatest poker players? Today we give you a special peek at what players like Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Greg Merson, Jesse Sylvia and Sam Holden are really thinking when they're staring people down at the poker table.
Jonathan Karamalikis is one of Australia's most successful professional poker players and he got his start playing online without ever depositing a dollar. Karamalikis grinded free money poker on the internet and got his bankroll rolling with a $3 win on UB. Since then he's raked in millions of dollars both online and live. We caught Karamilikis on a break from the WSOP APAC main event, just days after his runner-up finish in one of the first ever gold bracelet events in Australia.
2010 world champion Jon Duhamel is at the center of poker's exploding popularity in Montreal and he sees the same thing happening here in Australia. Duhamel is still in on Day 2 of the first ever World Series of Poker Asia Pacific main event and we caught him on the break to find out more about what the former champ is up to down under. Keep it locked on PokerListings.com for all your WSOP APAC video content.
We caught a particularly excited Daniel Negreanu on a break from the first ever WSOP Asia Pacific main event to talk about poker down under and Phil Ivey's ninth gold bracelet. Negreanu was at the final table with Ivey, busting fourth, so he knows what he's talking about from firsthand experience. Listen to Kid Poker in all his frenetic glory, straight from the floor of the Crown Casino in Melbourne.
The poker world is always changing, always evolving but in recent years the biggest developments we're seeing are coming by way of new technology and the exploding popularity of social media. We speak with poker Twitter king Daniel Negreanu plus Jess Welman and Jonno Pittock from the WSOP live streaming webcast to shed some light on how these new tools are changing the poker world. Keep checking PokerListings.com for all the action from the 2013 World Series of Poker Asia Pacific.
Tonight at the World Series of Poker Asia Pacific Phil Ivey won his ninth gold bracelet, further cementing the popular opinion that he is the greatest poker player of all time. Ivey outlasted a final table that included Daniel Negreanu and defeated fellow American poker pro Brandon Wong to win the $2,200 Mixed Event and $51,840. Check out the video for a rare interview with Ivey himself, plus supporting material from runner-up Brandon Wong, WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel and WSOP.com Managing Editor Jessica Welman.