Poker Tweets Of The Week: Somerville's Run it UP! Wrap, PokerStars Spat,

Poker Tweets Of The Week: Somerville's Run it UP! Wrap, PokerStars Spat, Here are a selection of some of the top poker tweets coming from the pros over the past week:
The Pros
Jason Somerville
“it’s a wrap! we streamed 185 days of #runitup in 2015, 1100+ hours of broadcasting and almost half a BILLION minutes watched! thank you all!”
Todd Brunson
“Feels good to be losing 90% of the night, hold my composure, and pull out the win right before the game breaks”
“Exclusive @nanonoko interview: ‘Connecting with my fans is more important than making money’:
Mike McDonald
“Congrats @steveodwyer – one of the few poker players whose resume away from the table rivals his resume at the table
Will Failla
“I’m deeply saddened today, My friend Frank Viza passed on. He will be loved and missed forever! Goodbye my friend!”
Andy Frankenberger
“Yes. & hate when politicians say: “We’ll get through this.” Insulting to the victims & their families who WON’T!”
Joseph Kahn
“Everytime Obama refuses to call it Radical Islamic terrorism, a Democrat dies and goes Republican.”
Dan O’Brien 
“No one… informed can plead ignorance of the long history of U.S. and Western imperialism in the Muslim world.”
Norman Chad
“Attention, poker pros: Politics and political opinions are not your strong suit, so please just resume tweeting out chip counts & bad beats.”
Scott Seiver
“@NormanChad hey, comedy isn’t your strong suit but it’s never seemed to stop you.”
Pros versus PokerStars
Eric Hollreiser (PokerStars Communications VP)
“During the three-day boycott we recorded the healthiest consecutive three-day ecosystem results of the year with steady net gaming revenue, even though our net-depositing players lost at a much lower rate than they have all year.”
Dan O’Brien
“To not want winning players on your site is one thing, to expressly tell your customers you don’t want winners is quite another #stars #wow”
Phil Galfond
“You’d think a communications expert at a multibillion $ company would be able to hide his contempt for the customers.. Also, I know some disagree but I think @RealKidPoker is in a tough situation w/ Amaya changes & is doing MUCH better than most people would.”

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