Poker Tweets Of The Week: Politics & Religion, Branching Out

Poker Tweets Of The Week: Politics & Religion, Branching OutHere are a selection of some of the top poker tweets coming from the pros over the past week:
Politics & Religion
Doyle Brunson
“Never thought I would even dream of voting 4 Trump. Still not sure, but he does say some cool things.”
Faraz Jaka
“GOP nomination debate made me miss seeing @RonPaul up there. I learn so much hearing that guy talk. Cant say same for any1 up there tonight”
Jason Alexander
“If VP Joe Biden doesn’t run for office, can we just make him our national dad? He was beautiful with Steven Colbert last nite.”
Noah J Schwartz
“Boy @realDonaldTrump is going to cause Jeb Bush to punch him in the face : I think that’s real tilt right there . #gopdebate”
Liv Boeree
“Never thought I’d ever say this about a religious leader but… I actually like this Pope. #PopeFrancis #ActOnClimate”
Branching Out
Olivier Busquet
“Looking for MMA training motivation – trying to gauge interest in 6 figure fight from anyone in poker community.”
Erik Seidel
“Starting an Instagram account. It’ll be just like @DanBilzerian ‘s but without the girls, guns, planes & bling. Seidelpics”
Lacey Jones
“Learning tai chi by watching the old ladies in the park from my window. #peepingtom”
Matt Salsberg
“At CVS, overhear guy to girl “oh my god. Haven’t seen you since we were hanging in that parking lot.” May have to follow them to this lot.”
Others
Vanessa Selbst
“Wow so brutal, gg @VanessaRousso. Such a beautifully played game. #BB17. Way to represent for queer poker-playing Vanessas across the world!”
Barny Boatman
“If you wanna buy insurance talk to a nodding dog, a welsh tenor or a russian meerkat. If you wanna play poker, shut up and RUN IT ONCE!”
Jason Mercier
“Not my best Sunday https://instagram.com/p/73wVbOJuFb/
Allen Kessler
“Really bad form for @BinionsLV to cancel most of their advertised guarantees after a few events missed.”
Jack Effel
“17 days until @WSOP Europe kicks off. Learn more http://www.spielbank-berlin-wsope.de/
http://www.wsop.com/2015/wsope/ Online reg closes 14 days prior to each event”
Brian Hastings
“Just pre-reged for all the WSOPE events. Might be paying too much vig but whatever, just going to win a bracelet to make it back! #LFG”
Phil Hellmuth
“Proud of @chamath! He wins Clinton Foundation Tourney, then donates back 1st prize (a week w @BillClinton) and we sell it for $200,000!”
Mike McDonald
“2+2 post addressing me calling out Nopaleva: http://forumserver.twoplustwo.com/showpost.php?p=48172304&postcount=445
Shaun Deeb
Dear @PokerStars I think it’s a little presumptuous to claim what my mental state was during my win
PokerStarsBlog
“For the record, we don’t know if @ShaunDeeb was high when he won his third #WCOOP bracelet http://psta.rs/1G0tMYc


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