Daniel Negreanu 2021 Poker Masters

With around two weeks until the start of the 2021 World Series of Poker, Daniel Negreanu is picking the right time to get on a roll. The Poker Masters — the latest stop on the PokerGo Tour — is running throughout November.

Negreanu started out his hot streak by finishing in third place during Event #2, the $10,000 No-Limit Hold’em for a $103,200 score. He then followed that showing up a few days later by winning Event #5, the $10,000 No Limit Hold’em to add another $178,200 to his win total.

With the win, Negreanu, who has accumulated $43,579,904 in live tournament winnings — good enough for third all-time — earned his second major live victory this year.

In June, Negreanu took down the $50,000 No Limit Hold’em event during the Poker Go Cup for a first-place prize of $700,000. It was that victory that ended an eight-year drought without a major live tournament win.

Who won during the 2021 Poker Masters?

The 2021 Poker Masters is now in the books with winners crowned for each of the twelve events.

2021 Poker Masters Winners

wdt_ID Event # Event Name Date Entries Winner Prize
1 1 $10,000 No Hold'em 07/09/2021 82 Shannon Shorr $205,000
2 2 $10,000 No Hold'em 08/09/2021 86 Sean Perry $206,400
3 3 $10,000 Pot Limit Omaha 08/09/2021 69 Adam Hendrix $186,300
4 4 $10,000 No Limit Hold'em 10/09/2021 73 Brock Wilson $189,800
5 5 $10,000 No Hold'em 11/09/2021 66 Daniel Negreanu $178,200
6 6 $10,000 8-Game 12/09/2021 30 Maxx Coleman $120,000
7 7 $10,000 No Limit Hold'em 13/09/2021 68 Stephen Chidwick $183,600
8 8 $25,000 No Limit Hold'em 14/09/2021 57 Chris Brewer $427,500
9 9 $25,000 Pot Limit Omaha 15/09/2021 43 Miles Rampel $365,500
10 10 $25,000 No Limit Hold'em 16/09/2021 38 Mikita Badziakouski $342,000
11 11 $50,000 No Limit Hold'em 17/09/2021 34 Michael Addamo $680,000
12 12 $100,000 No Limit Hold'em 18/09/2021 29 Michael Addamo $1,160,000
Event # Event Name Date Entries Winner Prize

2021 Poker Masters leaderboard

Given Negreanu’s two big scores during the 2021 Poker Masters, he was unsurprisingly ahead in the 2021 Poker Masters Leaderboard after five events, which is used to determine the winner of the coveted Purple Jacket. Previous winners include Steffen Sontheimer (2017), Ali Imsirovic (2018), Sam Soverel (2019), Alandros Kolonias (2020 Online), Eelis Parssinen (2020 PLO Online).

Negreanu had a relatively small lead after the win, so its no surprised that he was ultimately overtaken in the Poker Masters Purple Jacket standings, which was taken home by Michael Addamo, who won the last two events.

2021 Poker Masters Results

wdt_ID Rank Name Points Wins Cashes Earnings
1 1st Michael Addamo 808 2 2 $1,840,000
2 2nd Nick Petrangelo 402 0 3 $929,800
3 3rd Lou Garza 376 0 4 $550,200
4 4th Daniel Negreanu 372 1 3 $433,400
5 5th Brock Wilson 358 1 3 $414,300
6 6th Chris Brewer 349 1 4 $538,300
7 7th Jason Koon 345 0 3 $552,400
8 8th Alex Foxen 294 0 3 $722,250
9 9th Sean Perry 280 1 3 $280,000
10 10th Stephen Chidwick 271 1 3 $296,100
Rank Name Points Wins Cashes Earnings

The PokerGo Tour presented by Guaranteed Rate Leaderboard is a different story, which takes into account the number of entrants into events and the rest of the Poker Go Tour. Here is how the standings look after the Poker Masters events.

PokerGO Tour presented by Guaranteed Rate Leaderboard

wdt_ID Rank Name Points Wins Cashes Earnings
1 1st Ali Imsirovic 3,095 10 25 $4,080,960
2 2nd Sean Perry 2,301 6 21 $3,170,698
3 3rd Sam Soverel 1,773 3 19 $2,573,451
4 4th Cary Katz 1,727 2 21 $2,870,730
5 5th Chris Brewer 1,714 3 21 $2,602,320
6 6th Sean Winter 1,711 2 17 $2,794,570
7 7th David Peters 1,540 3 10 $3,074,470
8 8th Seth Davies 1,323 1 10 $2,146,600
9 9th Alex Foxen 1,317 1 17 $1,930,036
10 10th Jack Schindler 1,284 2 14 $1,857,108
Rank Name Points Wins Cashes Earnings

Watch Poker Masters replays

As is the case with all PokerGo Tour events, PokerGo is the streaming home of the 2021 Poker Masters. Poker fans can watch all the final table action live through PokerGo when purchasing a $14.99 monthly subscription or $99 for a year.

In addition to watching the action live, you will also be able to watch replays of all Poker Masters events. During Event #1, the Poker Masters simulcasted the event on YouTube with Jeff Platt and Brent Hanks, which should give poker fans a good idea of what they can expect from the coverage.

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