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Daily 3-Bet: Hof on 888poker, Judo Poker, Polk’s $1.7m Downswing
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In today’s Daily 3-Bet we’ll take a look at the latest 888poker signing, Jeremy Ausmus’ experiences playing poker in Kuwait and Doug Polk’s downswing advice.
1) 888poker Signs Natalie Hof
888poker has been on a bit of a signing spree lately and the latest personality to join the squad is none other than German poker TV presenter/poker pro Natalie Hof.
Hof has nearly $100,000 in lifetime live tournament earnings but is more renowned for her role as the German TV presenter for the European Poker Tour.
She’ll bring a variety of multi-media chops to 888poker including her popular Vlogs and Twitter post.
Hof will join of ambassadors that already includes Chris Moorman, Dominik Nitsche, Sofia Lövgren and fellow TV presenter Kara Scott.
The Cologne resident has plans to stream her various endeavors on 888poker via Twitch in the near future.
2) Ausmus “Smoking” Session with Judo Champ
You meet the most interesting characters playing poker.
It’s something former N9er Jeremy Ausmus experienced first-hand while playing poker in Kuwait yesterday.
Playing poker with the number 1 ranked judo fighter in Kuwait. Half way through the session he orders a pack on Marlboro reds— Jeremy Ausmus (@jeremyausmus) October 6, 2016
Where else are you gonna meet a chain-smoking judo champion than the poker table?
3) Doug Polk Talks Downswings
Everybody has them from time to time. But not everyone loses $1.7m like Doug Polk.
That’s why the high-stakes pro released a video last in his “Poker Thoughts” series that addresses what can be one of the scariest aspects of poker.
Polks got some great stuff and it’s good to hear our “Move down in stakes, dummy” strategy is fundamentally sound.
Check it out below: