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Daily 3-Bet: Liv Horses, Jaka Hitches, Hellmuth Nasty
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Today in the 3-Bet we find a truly odd video of Liv Boeree in a horse mask, Faraz Jaka contemplates hitchhiking in South Africa and Phil Hellmuth trades punched with two of hockey's most outspoken agitators.
1) Liv Boeree Has a Real Thing for Horses
Wake up this morning hoping to see Liv Boeree playing street chess in a horse mask? Today's your lucky day then:
Crashing a chess game. https://t.co/T0rhjMEkTo— Liv Boeree (@Liv_Boeree) November 14, 2013
2) Faraz Jaka Will Call You a Nit for Not Hitchhiking
As experienced hitchhikers ourselves (for real - we did some major thumbing around America in our college years), we're the first to say public perception of hitchhiking (extremely dangerous, virtually guaranteed pick-up by axe murderer) is far from reailty.
Truth be told we met some of the nicest and most generous people we've ever met hitchhiking.
That's not to say it's without its risks, of course. And we'd never consider saying no to thumbing in South Africa, of all places, "nitty."
Adventure seeker Faraz Jaka has a bit more get-up-and-go than the average person, though, and was mulling over a bold hitchhiking trip before a more "cautious" friend nixed the idea:
Trying2 convince my nitty friend to hitchhike to Capetown for the adventure. Maybe its good he's here2 hold me back pic.twitter.com/OaQ22evR17— Faraz Jaka (@FarazJaka) November 14, 2013
3) Phil Hellmuth, Voice of Reason
It's hard to envision a scenario where Phil Hellmuth - name-dropping, self-aggrandizing, poker-tantrum king Phil Hellmuth - would stand out as a paragon of reason and civility.
Somehow he managed to find the sweet spot while hosting a charity event including NHL heavyweights Paul "BizNasty" Bissonette and Jeremy Roenick.
3 soft spoken friends hanging out in Chicago. pic.twitter.com/wO9pGkQM06— Paul Bissonnette (@BizNasty2point0) November 14, 2013