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  1. And another one. Wednesday night on PokerGO, Phil Hellmuth defeated Daniel Negreanu in Round 2 of High Stakes Duel II to win the $200,000 winner-take-all heads up match. Hellmuth is now 5-0 in the made-for-TV format. The second meeting between the two poker heavyweights went very differently than the first. In that match, Negreanu jumped out to an early lead and eventually held a 19-1 lead over Hellmuth before eventually losing, Round 2 was more of a back-and-forth with a total of 16 lead changes over the nearly five hours of action. Hellmuth previously defeated Antonio Esfandiari thr
  2. For more than six hours on Wednesday night, poker fans around the world were tuned in watching Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth go head-to-head in High Stakes Duel II. During the first three hours, Negreanu racked up pot after pot while Hellmuth seemed more focused on eating. Hellmuth put the take-out away however and over the final two hours of play came back from 19-1 chip deficit to take out Negreanu to capture his fourth High Stakes Duel match. "That was super intense. I played against Jungleman [Dan Cates], and I was down to 4,000 of 200,000 in chips, and here Daniel had 95,000 to
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