Doug Polk and Daniel Negreanu sat down for Day 6 of their High Stakes Feud Challenge match on Monday, continuing their epic battle that is among the recent heads-up poker matches currently taking the poker world by storm.
On Monday, poker fans got a treat — the longest session so far of the Negreanu/Polk heads-up match, where 637 hands were played over the course of three and a half hours. During the session, we saw the second lead change in as many sessions, illustrating that this could be more of a back and forth than poker fans initially expected.
Doug Polk was the victor on Day 6, winning $93,542.68 over the course of 637 hands. The session put Polk from $25,916.87 down to up by $67,625.81 at the end of the day.
Check out what happened during Day 7 here.
Relive the Day 6 battle
A variety of streams picked up coverage for Monday’s session including the Doug Polk Poker YouTube channel, Upswing Poker Twitch channel and the GG Poker YouTube stream. The Doug Polk Poker channel had to duck out a bit earlier than normal since the session went long. Thankfully, the hype of the Challenge brought Poker Life Podcast host Joey Ingram out from the shadows for his first live YouTube content in a couple of months.
As many poker fans know, Ingram is one of the more engaging poker streamers in the poker world in his delivery of humorous and laid-back commentary of action while interacting with fans.
If you prefer the normal coverage, you can watch Mike Brady and Jeff Boski provide commentary for the first three hours of the challenge through the Doug Polk YouTube channel or via the Upswing Poker Twitch channel.
Daniel Negreanu and Doug Polk will return for Day 7 of their High Stakes Feud match on Wednesday at 5:30 PM ET. Joey Ingram will stream that session while the GG Poker YouTube, Upswing Twitch and Doug Polk YouTube poker channels are also expected to provide coverage.