Daniel Colman

Daniel Colman is an American poker player worth about twenty-nine million dollars. His famous win was million-dollar buy-in Big One.

Daniel Alan Colman is an American professional poker player who is worth about twenty-nine million dollars today. Initially, he is from Holden, Massachusetts. One of the things that made him famous as a professional poker player is that he won the million-dollar buy-in Big One for One Drop in the 2014 World Series of Poker. There, he ended up beating the great Daniel Negreanu heads up for a first-place prize that was worth fifteen million, three hundred and six thousand dollars, which is the second-largest single payout in all of poker tournament history.

Daniel Colman

He first started out playing online poker under the username mrGR33N13 and riyyc225. One of his greatest accomplishments was in 2013 when he became the first player in poker history to win a million dollars in hypo-turbo tournaments in a calendar year. What was so amazing about this, and what thrilled people the most, was that he managed to do this feat in just nine months!

Then, in April of 2014, Daniel won the one hundred thousand euro Super High Roller at the European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo, where he was able to take home over one and a half million euros.

Then, during the 2014 World Series of Poker, Daniel came in 3rd place in the ten thousand dollar heads up event. Right after that, he won The Big One for One Drop and took home well over fifteen million dollars.

That summer, Daniel managed to earn more than a seven-figure to his income. Not only did he end up coming in second place in the fifty thousand euro Super High Roller at the European Poker Tour and took home over eight hundred thousand euros, or one million American dollars, but in September of that same year, Daniel ended up winning the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, where he beat one thousand for hundred and ninety-nine other dedicated and skilled poker players. That day, he took home almost one and a half million dollars.

A Bright Future

Then, the next month following that win, Daniel won the World Poker Tour Alpha Eight Super High Roller for nine hundred and ninety thousand dollars. So, in all of 2014, Daniel was able to bring his entire career live poker tournament cashes up to twenty-one million dollars. Some of the awards he has won include the BLUFF Player of the Year Award, which he received in 2014. He also won a World Series of Poker bracelet in 2014 at the Big One for One Drop, where he took home fifteen thousand three hundred and six dollars.

In May of the year 2021, his entire lifetime live poker tournament earnings are well over a whopping twenty-eight million, nine hundred thousand dollars.

It’s not hard to see why Daniel is considered one of the best poker players of all time. More than the fact that he’s skilled at poker, evidenced by his earnings, people who interact with him say he’s a straight-up nice guy and that he’s fun to talk and interact with. He has a kind of friendly attitude, and he also sympathizes with people who lose at poker, so he doesn’t brag and isn’t egotistical about his skills and winnings, either.