Jared Tendler has been coaching elite poker players for over a dozen years, with those players going on to win WSOP Gold Bracelets, prestigious tournaments and stacks of cash. Tendler has now released his own video training course titled Mental Game Tune Up for Tournament Poker and it is sure to get you on track to improve your results and your psyche when playing either online or live.
The course walks players through the checks they need to get through for them be at their best and play optimum poker. Tendler has gone to the effort of breaking down the course into easy to digest modules, the content is simple to follow yet compact and powerful allowing you to be best prepared ahead of the 2021 World Series of Poker and future poker festivals.
Daniel Negreanu is among the chip leaders heading into Day 2 of Event #47: $5,000 Freezeout (8-Handed) at the 2021 World Series of Poker. Negreanu, who is after his seventh WSOP bracelet, sits fourth in chips with a healthy stack of 617,000, trailing only Daniel Rezaei (702,000), Benjamin Chalot (733,000) and chip leader Jamie Sequeira. Sequeira was the only player to surpass a million chips on Day 1 with a stack of 1,070,000.
A total of 421 players entered the single-entry event and only 82 survived to bag and tag on Day 1. A total of 64 places will be paid, with a minimum cash being worth $8,000 and the first-place prize being worth $426,694.
Event #47 Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts
Negreanu is searching for his first bracelet of the series after final tabling both Event #32: $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. and Event #36: $10,000 Dealers Choice 6-Handed Championship but ultimately coming up short in both. To earn the bracelet, Kid Poker will have to navigate through a field that includes Shaun Deeb, Scott Seiver, Joni Jouhkimainen, Alexandre Reard, Dario Sammartino, Joao Simao and Johan Guilbert.
Some of the biggest names in poker were in the field in Day 1 but failed to make it to the second day of play, including Phil Hellmuth, Joe Hachem, Chance Kornuth, Maria Ho, Anthony Zinno, James Chen, Dan Shak and Darren Elias.
Be sure to stay tuned as the PokerNews live reporting is ready to bring you updates as soon as Day 2 action commences at 2 p.m. Pacific Time.