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Negreanu rushed into the crowd after the final card was dealt, high-fiving his friends and embracing his mother, who still lovingly prepares her son vegan meals for lunch every day of the series.
"Me-1, Ivey-0!" cried Negreanu as he hoisted his new piece of jewelry in the air. The two poker legends have a standing bet during this year's WSOP in which one pays the other $200,000 for each bracelet won. That will effectively double Negreanu's prize money from this victory.
As Negreanu sat back down at the table for his winner's photo behind his wall of chips and his winning , he paused for a moment to dig his cell phone out of his pocket.
"Hang on, I've got to text Ivey!" he said with a sly smile.
Congratulations to Daniel Negreanu on his fourth World Series of Poker bracelet!
Daniel Negreanu Wins Event #20 ($2,000 Limit Hold'em), Ugur Marangoz Eliminated in 2nd Place ($126,671)
The came on the turn and both players checked again.
The river was the and Marangoz bet out. Negreanu raised to put Marangoz all in and Marangoz made the call. Negreanu showed the for trip fives to eliminate Marangoz and win the tournament.
Ugur Marangoz, the Mirage poker room manager, will earn $126,671 for his second-place finish.
Daniel Negreanu is our champion, winning his fourth WSOP bracelet and $204,874!
Ugur Marangoz 280,000
Negreanu showed a heart flush and took down the monster pot, giving him a substantial chip lead over Marangoz.
Baker earned $78,624 for his finish.
The flop was . The action was checked to Baker who bet. Marangoz raised, Negreanu three-bet, Baker folded and Marangoz called.
The turn was the . Marangoz checked to Negranu who bet. Marangoz called.
The river was the . Marangoz checked,. Negreanu bet and Marangoz gave it up, surrendering the pot to Negreanu Again, Negreanu's cheering section leapt out of their chairs to give him an ovation.
The river was the and Marangoz bet. Negreanu leaned forward to study the hand and then began counting out chips. He made the call.
Marangoz showed for a flopped straight to win the hand.
Daniel Negreanu 585,000
David Baker 380,000