Daily 3-Bet: Bilzerian Life, Solid €250k Spin & Go, Ginobili Poker

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In today’s Daily 3-Bet we’ll take a look at a Vice writer living like Dan Bilzerian, an incredible €250k Spin & Go win on PokerStars and Manu Ginobili eyeing the poker life.

1) Vice Writer Emulates Bilzerian

You should never attempt to go full-Bilzerian.

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Hard to replicate.

That’s a lesson Vice Australia editor Julian Morgans learned after one week of trying to live like the “Instagram King” Dan Bilzerian.

That includes all the Bilzerian standards including girls, guns and protein shakes. Morgans also attempted to play poker, which led to this hilarious passage:

Then I headed to the casino. I looked up how to play poker online and learned that it's boring and complicated, but basically involves matching cards. Match card numbers, match card colors, match shapes, get money.

Pretty much nailed it.

You can check out the whole article called I Tried Living Like Dan Bilzerian and Realized What is Problem Is.

2) Russian Goes Nuts After Winning €250k Spin & Go on PokerStars

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Nice turn.

What would you do if you lucked out and smashed a PokerStars Spin & Go for €250,000?

That’s what happened to an unnamed Russian player this week and as you might expect he got rather excited.

Fortunately there’s video of the win (narrated by PokerStars’ Mikhail “innerspy” Shalamov) so we all get to come along for the ride.

You can watch it right here.

The buy-in for the Spin & Go was just €25. Second and third place both received a €25,000 consolation prize.

Oh, and the Russian winner's name on PokerStars? Solid Penis.

Solid.

3) NBA’s Manu Ginobili Talks Retirement, Poker

Is poker is the ideal retirement for athletes?

It’s definitely one outlet for competition that doesn’t require a lot of physical effort (extra-long games aside).

We’ve seen plenty of former pros including Brad Lidge, Ronaldo, Gilbert Arenas and more take to the table and it appears it’s something that Manu Ginobili has thought about.

The big Argentinian recently did an interview with Facundo Campazzo where he talked about poker and narrowly missing out on the WSOP this year.

Hopefully your Spanish is a bit better than ours and you might even learn a little more from the following video:

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