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In today’s 3-Bet we’ll take a look at Daniel Negreanu once again answering everything, the first episode of Jennifer Harman’s Sin City Rules and an amazing broadcast of the EPT Grand Final $100k Super High Roller.
1) Negreanu Set to Answer All on FlopTurnRiver
Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu has never been accused of being shy and he’s letting fans ask him anything on FlopTurnRiver today.
Set to take place at 3 p.m. PST, Negreanu will be answering questions via the FlopTurnRiver forum.
You can already submit questions in the FlopTurnRiver forum and, as expected, there are tons of the usual topics including Howard Lederer, Erick Lindgren and Annie Duke but there are also some unique questions for Kid Poker.
Some of the highlights:
- Will you play in my home game?
- Would you ever work as a clown?
- Boxers or briefs?
- Will you kiss my recently divorced friend on New Year’s Eve?
Never change poker fans, never change. You can check out the full thread here.
2) Sin City Rules Hits, Harman Never Looked More Sane
Jennifer Harman’s TLC reality show Sin City Rules is now available on YouTube and it’s something.
The first episode features parties, backstabbing, botoxing, conniving and shooting automatic rifles in the desert. All pretty standard stuff.
Harman still seems just a bit out of place on the show as she’s just a bit too down-to-earth compared to her co-stars.
She may have also done a huge favor for the poker community by telling several of the women on the show that they should try poker.
You can check out the first episode below. Note the cameos by poker pros Mike Matusow, Brad Booth and Eli Elezra at 5:00.
3) Ivey, Seidel, ElkY Featured in Sick EPT High Roller Broadcast
PokerStars.tv put the spotlight on the EPT Grand Final $100k Super High Roller this week and with good reason.
The 38-player field proved to be one of the best ever assembled in poker with superstars like Daniel Negreanu, Phil Ivey, Erik Seidel and Patrik Antonius gunning for the $2.1 million first-place prize.
The final table also proved to be one of the best of the year with Justin Bonomo, Tobias Reinkemeier, Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier, Antonius, Masaaki Kagawa and Negreanu.
Not only is there great poker on display but it’s far from quiet with Negreanu, ElkY and even Ivey getting chatty at certain points. It's great TV.
If you missed it earlier this year, make sure you check it out now.