Daniel Negreanu posted two new videos to his popular YouTube channel. Negreanu continued his series on mixed games with a quick tutorial on how to play 2-7 Triple Draw. In case you forgot, Negreanu penned the chapter on Triple Draw in Doyle Brunson's Super System 2. Kid Poker has been preparing for the 2017 WSOP and he gave his loyal followers a glimpse of what's to come this summer and how he prepares for a long summer of grinding by getting his tennis balls defuzzed.
The hardest -working Canadian on YouTube posted a couple of more videos to his highly-popular YouTube channel. Daniel Negreanu promised content on his station twice a week! And he's delivered every week thus far. Who knows if he can keep up the same pace the next seven weeks during the World Series of Poker. Speaking of which, Negreanu gave his viewers a preview of the 2017 WSOP. And he continues his series on mixed games with a tutorial on Deuce to Seven Triple Draw.
In the first video, Danny Boy posted his video on WSOP Prep. He kicks off the video making a special lemon-ginger shake while quoting one of his mentors from his new-agey, mind-melding, center of choices. Negreanu said he likes to take notes by hand and journaling. He also wanted to sleep a lot when he wasn't grinding. And he's going to his favorite European waxing joint to get his back, neck, and junk waxed. Yeah. Danny Boy gets his tennis balls defuzzed.
If you've been following along the last couple of months, then you know Negreanu has been posting different videos covering various mixed games. Negreanu went thru all the aspects of HORSE, including Limit Hold'em, Omaha 8, Razz, Seven-card Stud, and Stud 8. With the start of the 2017 WSOP only days away, Negreanu posted another How to Play video in his mini-series on mixed games… this time focusing on the old-school favorite Deuce to Seven Triple Draw. Doyle Brunson tapped Negreanu to write the chapter on Triple Draw for the follow up to his Super System series. And now, he shares his pearls of wisdom for YouTubers. The goal of the game is to get the best-possible low hand 2-3-4-5-7, plus you get three opportunities to draw to the nut-low.