Daniel "KidPoker" Negreanu played his first Limit Hold'em Challenge yesterday on PokerStars.
The first heads-up challenge saw Negreanu sit down with a Limit Hold'em specialist "rUaBot" from Germany.
The game featured two tables of $200/$400 Limit Hold'em, with both players bringing a $75,000 bankroll to the match.
Negreanu was unable to score a win in his first challenge, since it took just over four hours and 937 hands altogether for "rUaBot" to claim $75,000 from Negreanu.
Some chat after the first heads-up Limit Hold'em challenge:
rUaBot: sorry for the sick run
KidPoker: its ok just glad its over!
KidPoker: have never in my life played 2 tables HU LH and I never will again
rUaBot: big thanks for playing here
KidPoker: good night
It remains to be seen, will there be more challengers soon in the KidPoker's Limit Hold'em Challenge.
Source: PokerStars Blog