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Unprecedented

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Nov 08, 2017

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I saw something recently that I’m pretty sure I’ve never seen before. I saw someone who is the all-time highest earner in their field and one of the top two or three individuals to ever compete in their field admit to being way behind the times. Daniel Negreanu, who owns the top spot on the all-time money list and probably is the most famous poker player in the world, admitted in public that he thinks he’s not in the top 100 in the world. If you could somehow objectively rank all poker players in the world in every game, anybody reading this would be thrilled to find out they are in the top 100 in any discipline, but this is a big blow to someone like Daniel. He’s been top of the heap for almost 20 years and he’s admitting that he doesn’t have it like he used to right ...


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