Top Poker Tweets from 2017 WSOP (Week 4)

Top Poker Tweets from 2017 WSOP (Week 4)The 2017 World Series of Poker is now more than half way through its seven-week schedule, with the annual poker tournament extravaganza proving as popular as ever amongst relative newcomers to the game, as well as seasoned pros, alike. In the latter category is Daniel Negreanu who booked his first WSOP career cash back in 1998, which happened to be a victory at the $2,000 Hold’em Pot Limit event for $169,460
Almost two decades and six gold bracelets later, and the Canadian superstar has reached another milestone after finishing Event #48: the $10,000 Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo Championship in 18th place for $15,182. As he subsequently tweeted:
“My 100th WSOP career cash! @ToddBrunson was there for my first (a win) and next to me for 100.”
In the meantime, Phil Hellmuth has just recorded his 123rd career WSOP cash, with the Series’s all-time bracelet winner now also hunting for a 15th career bracelet having made the final 11 of the $10,000 Stud Eight-or-Better Championship, along with a whole host of other stars including Jonathan Duhamel, Benny Glaser and Abe Mosseri.
Todd Brunson, on the other hand, now has 56 career WSOP cashes to his name, having added four additional cashes at this year’s competition. Nevertheless, they have all been modest finishes and returns, and after crashing out of his latest attempt, the 2005 bracelet winner tweeted:
“Out 14th. Almost back to back final tables in this event. Is 47 too old to cry?”
His father, Doyle Brunson, on the other hand, has been avoiding the onerous rigours demanded by tournament play, and has been deeply involved in the lucrative cash game scene, instead. Unfortunately, Doyle seems to be having a tough time of things, too, and as he recently tweeted:
“Staying in today. tough summer in the cash games for me. Feel like I’m playing ok but just don’t win any pots.#mrsniffles”
Here are some other tweets coming from the pros over the past few days:
Daniel Cates
“Considering going recreational player, since all these former pros (@crownupguy and matt Kirk) always win and have all the money.”
Matt Salsberg
“Honored to be slowrolled by @shaundeeb to bust the shootout. Hope you don’t die of a heart attack before the final table. #NiceSalsberg”
Chris Moorman
“Yesssssss @BrammPoker so deserved to get your marquee win. Summer of the Brits let’s goooo #ukpokerbackonthemap”

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