After a lot of effort from the likes of Robert Campbell, Anthony Zinno, Shaun Deeb, and Negreanu himself, it turns out Daniel Negreanu was the favorite to win the WSOP title, and he did.
Negreanu did all he possibly could in the final days of the Colossus. He had managed position 195 and outlasted Zinno. Once Campbell went off the game, the antipodean adversary was appointed.
One player was in his way, and it is this player that Negreanu did his best to beat. The reigning 2018 champion Shaun Deebs.
With Daniel Negreanu being on the lead early on, he had enough time to wrap up his video blog and took advantage of conditioner and shampoo at the King’s Hotel Resort one last time. When the game ended the previous day, Negreanu went into action and was third with the most number of chips of the 11 remaining poker players.
As Daniel Negreanu, who has had many disputes with Shaun Deeb, declares that he was less than hopeful about winning, was waiting for his airplane, he expressed his satisfaction with the amount of effort he had thrown into the game.
With about 11 players to go, things took a turn for the best when Bertrand Grospellier kicked Shaun out of the game. Negreanu had managed a victory. Shaun was out of the game and did not achieve even a second position as it turned out.
Negreanu went back to the venue and thanked all who had been with him until the win. His excitement was later confirmed once the WSOP declared him the winner.