Daniel Negreanu Books Another Million Dollar Year 16 Jan

Not many "old" poker pros, who were the face of poker in early 2000s, can say now in 2023 that they are winning poker players, playing the highest stakes against the best of the world.

But one of them is definitely Daniel Negreanu. His longevity is unparalleled as he entered his first ever World Series of Poker event in 1998 and now almost 25 years later, he is still going strong.

For many years now Daniel is posting his yearly results on Twitter and it was no different this time around. In 2022 his profit from playing poker tournaments was $1,625,545, not including swaps, selling to fans, and taxes.

He played in 107 events with an average buy-in of $30,136 and cashed 23-times. All buy-ins totaled to $3,224,564 with $4,875,609 cashes, for a $1.6 million profit.

In the last 10 years he only recorded one losing year (2016, -$1,246,693) and one breakeven year (2017, -$86,140), for a total of $13,137,263 profit in this span.

Daniel Negreanu Yearly Results

  • 2013 +$1,963,500
  • 2014 +$7,100,164
  • 2015 +$952,920
  • 2016 -$1,246,693
  • 2017 -$86,140
  • 2018 +$1,412,053
  • 2019 +$831,891
  • 2020 COVID year
  • 2021 +$584,023
  • 2022 +$1,625,545

  • Total: +$13,137,263
    Avg: +$1,459,695

Daniel Negreanu Takes Down Super High Roller Bowl for $3,312,000

The biggest win of the year 2022 for Daniel was win in Super High Roller Bowl VII event, which netted him more than $3.3 million. After the WSOP it looked like he might record a losing year, but there were still some big buy-in events that could push him into green and that is exactly what happened at the end.

Daniel actually just posted part 1 of hands breakdown from this event on YouTube. Watch this and more in our video section.

3rd in All-Time money list

On the all-time money list, Negreanu is sitting in 3rd place with $50,000,000 in tournament career cashes, trailing Justin Bonomo in 1st with $59 million and Bryn Kenney in 2nd with $57 million.

He closed up a gap this year, winning $3 million more than Bonomo, while Kenney hardly recorded any tournament cashes. On the other hand, there are several players who are closing fast, namely Stephen Chidwick in 4th place overall with $44.6 million and Jason Koon in 5th with $42 million.