On Day #3 of the 2019 World Series of Poker, we learned many things. We realized that we’re really living in Ali Imsirovic’s world and might be figments of his vivid imagination. We also learned that the Rio will never turn you away from an event and we learned to appreciate dealers. Let’s start with some ground rules, however. Don’t @ us during breaks about these articles.
While Kid Poker has got off to a flier at the felt, final tabling his first event, the $10k Super-Turbo, he admitted that he got lucky to get that far. But he’s since proved that while form is temporary, class is permanent. A victim of his own success, however, Negreanu, having recently got married, left PokerStars and sold action at face value for the WSOP, is extremely popular. So popular with fans in fact that he put out this public service notice via his Twitter page:
So there you have it. Make sure you get down to the Rio this summer, because you never know what part of the building you might discover before the WSOP leaves the venue if the rumors are true.