Tweet, Tweet, Bad Beat: Poker Players Enjoy Burning Man, the Work-Life Balance
A slow week in the Twittersphere, for sure, but social media was not devoid of interesting players doing interesting things.
Especially when it comes to documenting Burning Man...
(the largest outdoor arts festival in North America)
Don't get between a man and his curmudgeoning. Looking at you, Steve O'Dwyer.
Liv Boeree discovers alternate realities. The question remains, green?
Antonio Esfandiari. Two words: Squad. Goals.
...And poker pros do what they do best
Max Kruse, a 27-year-old German football pro, is back at the tables! His Instagram game is strong. Last we checked in with Kruse, he left $83,000, his winnings at the World Series of Poker Europe, in a taxi in Berlin in October 2015. He looks to be in better spirits this go round! #vivaconagua
For others, like Faraz Jaka, it's just another day in the office, grinding away in Medellin, Columbia. As one Instagrammer puts it, "such a redic view."
Phil Laak also has something to celebrate. His birthday! Happy Birthday, Phil! We'll assume we decided to do away with the candle count this year, but at least you can have your cake and eat it too.
Sam Abernathy reaches for the sky, traveling to Switzerland to bungee and take in the view.
Jason Mercier gets ready to say 'I do' with wedding day prep.
Remind Dan O'Brien to never get a pet, let alone another plant.
Get a cactus they said. You hardly ever have to water it they said. pic.twitter.com/mTMPDS0AiJ— Dan O'Brien (@DanOBrienPoker) August 30, 2016
Oh, the humanity! Poker pros are just like you. That's the latest from this week on Instagram and Twitter. Check back next week for more!