“Doyle flopped a set of threes,” Daniel Negreanu casually states. He goes on to repeat that sentiment a few times and he was right. Although he did call out Doyle’s trips, his play wasn’t especially impressive given that he called a $35,000 bet as a 2% chance to win the hand if he did indeed know that Doyle had three threes.
Negreanu is the wizard of poker. Time and time again, he correctly calls out a player’s hand with an incredible six sense that no one else seems to have (or at least be on the same level of). No doubt other players pick up on hands, but I’ve yet to see the pin point accuracy Daniel time and time again shows off. He’s saved and made a lot of money from knowing the contents of his opponents hand, but if he could go to the next level and lay down hands like his A8 against 333 before calling off a bet, his legendary status would grow to Paul Bunyan proportions.