It would be fair to say that PokerStars Team Pro Daniel Negreanu has earned a substantial amount of money throughout his time as a professional poker player. In fact he is the highest earning player of all time from live tournaments.
He has netted just under $30 million in career earnings, won five World Series of Poker bracelets, two World Poker Tour titles and has consistently cashed and made deep runs in many other events. He has been voted the World Series of Poker Player of the Year twice and is one of the few to be considered as one of the two players to be inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame this year and of course is one of the leading PokerStars Team Pros.
Just this year at the World Series of Poker he made more than $8 million after finishing second in the WSOP Big One For One Drop. That is pretty much enough to not bother playing anymore events and sit back and relax, yet that is not his style and is obviously going to try and coup as many more titles as possible until the end of the year.
However, have you ever wondered about his lifestyle? Where he lives? The car that he drives? Well now you get to have many of those questions answered.
We get to see some of the fruits of his labour as he takes us around “The Home of Negreanu” in a new video for PokerStars. Whilst the place is incredibly hi-tech and has all of the trimmings that you expect from a mansion, it also has an immense man cave feel to it all, though a slightly geeky kind of man cave feel.
It has a swimming pool, pool table, a Game of Thrones themed poker table, trophy room and loads of arcade machines, with one of those actually having beer inside that you can pour whilst playing.
The styling of the home in the words of Negreanu himself is that of “Austin Powers Meets Pee Wee Herman”. Take a look at the video below to really get your envious juices rolling. If there was any need to get any additional motivation to become good at poker, then this video is certainly it.
Jealous much? We know we are! We do not think anybody would complain about owning that home.