"This is the one tournament that the entire world is watching." The words of 2012 champ Antonio Esfandiari echo as the 2014 WSOP Big One For One Drop gets underway, with 42 players putting a million dollars on the line in a tournament unlike any other. ALL IN is there to cover it from the pre-game festivities to the final table, taking you inside the minds of the likes of Esfandiari, Daniel Negreanu, Vanessa Selbst, and Jean-Robert Bellande. As for the winner of the $15 million first prize, Daniel Colman, you won't get to hear his thoughts—but you will hear Negreanu's take on Colman's controversial refusal to speak with the media. Until ESPN airs the Big One starting July 29, this is your best window into the poker tournament the world is buzzing about.
+Cliff Stewart Source on him being backed and the percentages he split his winnings to backers? Considering he was already a millionaire before this event he might of paid the entire entry fee himself.
You're asking the question I cant answer, appearantly im not daniel to know what his mind thinking when put a million bugs to buy in, maybe its not all the money he paid, he could lend it from friends or sponsors, You think paying a mil is crazy, yeah me too, maybe daniel himself thinks the same, but no guts no gain, and he did
+Bjvandi Pohvak In his case yes, this kid is a solid player, but i have watch enough poker over the years where the winner you hardly could call a GOOD player .They just caught a good run of cards and the rest is history , We don't have to look far a jamie gold and Moneymaker comes to mind.
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