Daily 3-Bet: Jungleman Cubed, Mystery Chips, Kozlov Quad-sanity

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The PokerListings Daily 3-Bet is where all the meandering mid-afternoon poker news plot points finally come together in one terrific action scene.

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In today’s Daily 3-Bet we’ll take a look at Jungleman heading into the Cube, an epic stack at Bellagio and one of the most insane WSOP hands ever.

1) The Cube + The Jungle = ???

It’s finally happening, you guys.

Dan Cates
Is the Cube ready?

Dan “jungleman12” Cates is going into the Global Poker League Cube tomorrow.

For the uninitiated Cates was one of the most entertaining personalities to take part in the online portion of the GPL earlier this year.

Cates’ match against ElkY was arguably the best of the entire year with a frustrated Jungleman throwing some serious shade towards the renowned French grinder.

Jungleman will make his GPL debut against another A+ GPL personality in funny man Jonathan Jaffe.

If you happen to be in Vegas and you want to see the fireworks play out in person you can always head to the GPL website and try to snag one of the limited seats available.

It’s pretty much the equivalent of must-see Global Poker League TV. Strap in, it should be a fun one.

2) Cash Games Boom During WSOP

Doyle Brunson might be 82 but he still knows a good stack when he sees one.

Brunson posted this from the Bellagio over the week and it’s impressive to say the least. Looks like damn near $500,000 (unless there is a stack of $25k chips hiding in there).

The big question, of course, is who do the chips belong to? Probably not quite garish enough to be Dan Bilzerian.

If nothing else it’s proof that the cash games this time of year in Vegas are doing just fine.

3) Kozlov Wins Craziest Hand of 2016 WSOP

Martin Kozlov knows how to end a tournament.

Over the weekend the Australian closed out Event 39 $10k NLHE 6-Max in pretty much the most exciting fashion possible.

Kozlov knocked out two players (Justin Bonomo and Davidi Kitai) to completely bypass heads-up play and take down his first bracelet and $665,709.

Just watch the hand. You won’t regret it:

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