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Tweet, Tweet, Bad Beat: Jesus, Jiu Jitsu and Jasons

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  • Tweet, Tweet, Bad Beat: ElkY and Jesus, Ryan Fee and jiu jitsu and Jasons getting fan art.

  • As we reminisce on this week's poker social media, why not poke some fun? #saturday

Let’s be entirely honest about what this is. Every week, Tweet, Tweet, Bad Beat gives the general poker public the opportunity to reminisce on their past social media week. That is, of course, after we shamelessly poke a little fun at everything they post. Why? Because we can. Why? Because every Saturday should start off with a good laugh.

Tournament delights

 

Nothing like a meeting between two friends. And a dome of light for a friendly-looking gray fox.

An average Joe can definitely relate to a $25,000 buy-in. Good work, Hallaert. Cha-ching.

Bro code for WSOP states: I must post with f* go00 and I must raise a fist in the air for posterity and lucky.

Spoof and spectacle

 

OK. Real talk. I think Matt Damon would hands down beat William Kassouf in a fight. #likeaboss

Shout out to all of you who actually watch Black Mirror. Netflix, shameless plug, say what?!

Because the Jasons really always wanted to be rappers, so they should look like them. (I draw like a four year old though, so good work #fanart)

The Daily Finds

 

On first look, I totally thought that caution cone was a prop. #pride

Here’s to looking at you, kids.

The truth comes out at last. #weallpoor

When in Milan, take a super serious picture in front of Jesus because he’s probably watching.

 

In the poker world, it’s always best to let people know you can kick their ass. Especially so that when Sarah Herring asks, “Who would you most like to fight in poker?” your answer doesn’t seem entirely off base when you say a jiu jitsu master.

 

Because conquering the GPI isn’t enough…he’s going after real mountains. COME ON.

Lead images courtesy of Instagram/Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier, Ryan Fee and Jason Somerville

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