Poker Tweets: Trump Blocks Bunson on Twitter

Here is a selection of some of the top tweets coming from your favorite pros over the last few days. We kick off this week’s segement with a baffling tweet from Doyle Brunson who tweeted that he had just been blocked from Donald Trump’s twitter account:
Doyle Brunson
“Holy Smoke!! Donald Trump blocked me on twitter. I was his biggest supporter in Nevada. What happened?”
While no further explanation has been given, the news comes as a huge surprise as the poker legend has been supporting the USA’s next president over the whole of his campaign:
Other  Tweets
Jason Mercier (photo)
“Busted 35th right after tashina went out 36th. Not quite @Doc_Sands and @EMoutinho style… But we’re working on it. 5 diamond next trny.”
Doug Polk
“Was deep in the youtube lab last night. Going to stop posting videos on Sunday, they bomb compared to other days if I posted the same video. I wonder what’s going on with my Sunday audience, what would 18-45 year old guys be doing on Sunday instead of watching youtube?”
Todd Brunson
“Didn’t win a pot for 6 hours, win 4 in a row and they scattered like roaches when the lights come on. Cowards!!!!”
Dan Smith
“First tournament since WSOP without a shot clock. Cannot stress enough how great they are for poker.”
Erik Seidel
Overheard on subway:
“Hey, that guys a poker player”
“No he’s not”
“He is”
“Oh, well that’s why he’s riding the subway”
Melanie Weisner
“Making my directorial debut with @PopUpTheatreLA at the iconic @CulverStudios theater! More shows to come across SoCal :D”
Andy Frankenberger
Just saw “The Arrival”. Worst movie I’ve seen since “The Fountain”
Mike Matusow ‏
“Just bought in my lucky seat for bellagio tourney!! What robbery they advertise 10400 buy in yet take 700 a pop unlimited reentry #sad”
Mike McDonald
“We did it! Great job guys! @ Las Vegas, Nevada https://www.instagram.com/p/BNgKhFlhhdQ/


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