Negreanu Announces 2022 WSOP Staking Package On PocketFives
- Negreanu is allowing fans to have a slice of his WSOP action without any markup
- There will be $1.9 million in potential buy-ins for the package on PocketFives
- His offer was approved by markup police Shaun Deeb
Daniel Negreanu is once again selling pieces of his action in the upcoming World Series of Poker (WSOP) festival, and just like what he has done previously, Negreanu is letting fans in on the action at zero markup.
Those who want to join the GGPoker ambassador in his quest for bracelet no. 7 can buy pieces starting from $19 all the way up to $475.
Announcing the details on Twitter, Negreanu told his fans there will be $1,899,984 in potential buy-ins for the staking package and he will also be selling action on a daily basis.
Want to buy a piece of me at the WSOP this Summer? The package will be live at 5pm PT tomorrow.
$1,899,984 in Potential Buy-ins for the series long package, I'll also be selling daily only @PocketFives
No Markup, $19 minimum, $475 Max. Vlogs COMING!!!https://t.co/bcWgEbePE4
— Daniel Negreanu (@RealKidPoker) May 11, 2022
In addition to that, the Canadian poker pro will be documenting his entire 2022 WSOP journey through a series of vlogs so everyone will be able to follow how things are faring for him. Negreanu’s WSOP package is now live on PocketFives and anyone interested to get a share of his action can head over to the site for the complete details.
Zero Markup Gets Praises from Shaun Deeb
Everyone buying some pieces of Negreanu’s action won’t have to pay an extra charge and this makes Shaun Deeb happy. The American poker pro, who refers to himself as the “Markup Police“, approves of Negreanu’s no markup policy, saying fans should take advantage of the offer.
Deeb is against poker pros charging high mark-ups and he doesn’t mince words when expressing his views. On the same day Negreanu announced his staking package, Deeb was calling out one player who he said doesn’t play that much poker but was charging excessive mark-up for the $10K Dealers Choice event, one of the hardest tournaments at the WSOP.
Deeb and Negreanu have clashed multiple times on social media on key subjects, including poker staking. In 2019, both had a nasty debate on what a fair markup should be which ended in the two of them trading insults with each other. Now, the pair finally found a common ground.
Apart from Deeb, Negreanu’s no-markup staking package also received a thumbs up from Josh Arieh, the winner of the 2021 WSOP Player of the Year. Negreanu will be playing 49 out of 88 bracelet events this summer, most of which are high-stakes events and mixed games.