On Wednesday, Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth will face off once again during Round 2 of the High Stakes Duel heads-up match.
The action will get underway at 8 PM ET on Wednesday, as Negreanu will look for some revenge against Hellmuth, after the Poker Brat staged an impressive comeback during Round 1. At one point during the match, Negreanu held a 97:3 chip lead advantage before Hellmuth clawed his way to victory. The win marked the fourth in a row for Hellmuth on High Stakes Duel, previously beating Antonio Esfandairi three times in a row.
This time, the stakes will be increased with both player putting down $100,000 on the match. During the first match, Hellmuth won $100,000 — his $50,000 buy-in as well as $50,000 from Negreanu. Despite the win during Round 1, Hellmuth is currently the favorite in the rematch.
Need to catch up on the High Stakes Duel? Check out everything that has happened from the match so far.
On Tuesday, Ali Nejad and Nick Schulman hosted the Daniel Negreanu vs Phil Hellmuth High Stakes Duel Hype Show for poker fans to satisfy their hunger for the impending match. During the show, Schulman and Nejad previewed the match and discussed what players could expect from Wednesday’s action.
You can watch the Hype Show in its entirety below:
What can you expect on Wednesday?
PokerGo is once again providing poker fans a way to access the match on Wednesday through the PokerGo streaming platform. The festivities will get underway at 7:30 PM ET when PokerGo will stream the “Weigh-in” complete with further analysis as well as interviews with both Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu conducted by Nick Schulman.
Once 8 PM ET rolls around, it will be exclusively available for streaming on PokerGo, which requires a subscription — either $14.99 per month or $99.99 for a year. If you are not sure whether you want to plunk down the cash for a subscription, PokerGo will once again be providing a free preview of the match.
During the first 30 minutes of Negreanu vs Helluth High Stakes Duel match, you can watch it on YouTube for free. If you wish to keep watching after the first 30 minutes, you can do so by going over to PokerGo.