Top Poker Tweets from 2017 WSOP (Week 3)

Top Poker Tweets from 2017 WSOP (Week 3)The 48th World Series of Poker has already completed three weeks out of its seven-week schedule, with Sin City currently buzzing with poker action, and players from all across the globe hoping to fulfill their lifelong dreams of securing a coveted gold bracelet. The Series has already produced some notable headlines, not least because of the sheer number of big name pros who have already managed to accomplish the feat, or add further to their bracelet tallies.
One player who has come close, but is still chasing an elusive 7th career WSOP bracellet is Daniel Negreanu, who before the Series’ started said that he would be playing in around half the events, and forking out $1.5 million in entry fees. Tweeting about his results so far, “Kid Poker” wrote:
“Great start to WSOP for me. No bracelets yet but 3 final tables, 6 cashes, currently sitting 3rd in WSOP POY just behind @JamesObst”
Another of the game’s legends also striving in vain is 14-times bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth, who has managed 2 cashes so far, including a 10th place finish at Event #6: $111,111 No Limit Hold’em – High Roller for One Drop for $312,006. After busting out of another tournament recently without a cash, the 52 year-old pro then tweeted his exasperation with the following tweet:
“Busted 117th in @WSOP Omaha 8/b, 104 paid, sigh…Exhausted, frustrated, but not ready to give up yet!!! Hopping into $1,500 NoLimHold’em.”
In the meantime, Sam Grafton has been doing some analysis, and handing out advise to players looking to profit at this year’s WSOP, with the UK pro writing:
“Strategies for winning at WSOP
2010 Small ball
2011 Three bet
2012 Four bet
2013 Five bet
2014 Flat
2015 Ranges
2016 Blockers
2017 Ethereum”
In the meantime, here are some other tweets coming from your favorite pros during Week 3:
Doug Polk
“In the midst of EDC here in Las Vegas, I have spent the better part of my weekend preparing my taxes. I think I am officially an adult.”
David Bach
“I hate to complain about something, when I am having such an amazing summer, but how am I 14th in POY with 2 bracelets @wsop @RealKidPoker”
Allen Kessler
“This just isnt fair. Opponent called pot sized raise preflop and then pot size bet post flop. On to the next one…”
Erik Seidel
“Poker fan at Whole Foods: “What I admire about u is u find a way to hit those sets all time”

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