Negreanu Out For High Stakes Poker Season 7Published on December 14th, 2010 10:29 pm EST
Daniel Negreanu revealed earlier today via his Twitter account that he will not be participating in the seventh season of "High Stakes Poker".
According to Negreanu's Twitter account:
"Sad news: at airport headed home which means the trip is over :-( have a commercial shoot when I land which means no HSP for me this year."
The line-up for the seventh season of "High Stakes Poker" looks to be in total disarray at this point.
According to recent comments from Barry Greenstein, there seems to be a strong possibility that Full Tilt Poker will not be letting its pros participate in the upcoming season of HSP. This would mean no Tom Dwan, no Phil Ivey, no Patrik Antonius, no Gus Hansen, no Mike Matusow, etc.
Daniel Negreanu, who has been involved in some of the most memorable hands in the history of "High Stakes Poker", has announced that he won't be participating due to work commitments.
Phil Hellmuth has said that he is "50/50" to play this year. Doyle Brunson hasn't mentioned anything about whether or not he is playing. David "Viffer" Peat is recovering from an illness and is hopeful that he can play.
It's going to be interesting to see who ends up playing this year..
Source: Daniel Negreanu's Twitter Page
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