Daily 3-Bet: durrrr = Deep Throat, Gorodinsky Zen, March Madness

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In today’s Daily 3-Bet we’ll take a look at Tom Dwan’s political leanings, Mike Gorodinsky showing a little levelheadedness and March Madness for poker.

1) Dwan Gets Political

After taking a break from Twitter for over a year, Tom “durrrr” Dwan has been posting like a mad man during the month of March.

Tom Dwan
Tom Dwan

Dwan, who’s allegedly spent a great deal of time playing in Macau over the last few years, isn’t Tweeting about poker.

Instead he’s been intensely political and is a severe critic of the current Donald Trump administration.

Dwan has also Tweeted in length about Preet Bharara’s resignation/firing.

That's noteworthy because Dwan has a little more knowledge on these topics than most people considering he was a member of the vaunted Team Full Tilt that Bharara falsely called a “Ponzi scheme.”

Regardless of your political beliefs everything just seems a little more interesting with Dwan around. Here’s hoping he continues to share more on Twitter and maybe even makes an appearance at the WSOP this summer.

2) Gorodinsky’s Calming Presence

We’re not going to get into the enormous #PokerTwitter argument that erupted on the social media platform over the last couple days.

Essentially Cate Hall didn’t tip the dealers after her well-publicized 2-0 victory against Mike Dentale because she thought Poker Night in America was covering it. They didn’t. There is a LOT more to this story but we’re not going to get into it.

We will, however, highlight 2015 WSOP POY Mike Gorodinsky’s thoughts on the situation because they seem level-headed in the midst of a raging storm of debate (small amount of NSFW language).

3) March Madness Spills onto Poker Tables

What are the biggest events for the live poker scene in Las Vegas?

The WSOP definitely. The Super Bowl would also be a decent one with plenty of fishy players looking to mix it up at the tables.

Here’s one you might not have considered, however. March Madness.

Poker vlogger Andrew Neeme believes it’s one of the single busiest times for live poker in Las Vegas and chronicled his weekend via his latest two videos, which you can watch below.

Maybe next year forget your bracket and grab a rack of chips.

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