Vanessa Rousso saves the ass shaking for you.
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Today in the 3-Bet we find PokerStars pro Vanessa Rousso making her contribution to the twerking phenomenon, Marvin Rettenmaier unwittingly takes care of his female problems in Mexico and another non-team activity gets squeezed into a team format.
1) Rousso Drops "I Can Twerk"
We know there will be a lot of disappointed readers here in about three seconds when we reveal there's no clip of PokerStars pro Vanessa Rousso doing this.
There is, however, a new mixtape from aspiring DJ/producer Rousso called "I Can Twerk," which you can hear below:
Don't hate the messenger. Hate the game.
2) Rettenmaier Goes Through His Mexican Period
Marvin Rettenmaier is a literal geyser of great road stories and chalked up another memorable one on his recent trip to Mexico, apparently. As he posted on Facebook:
"Now that was a rather interesting visit to the doctor here in Mexico:
"Showed him the Paracetamol which I've been taking the last two days which I thought my buddy had left in the apartment.
"He starts cracking up and tells me that it's for menstrual pain. The pink box it was in just wasn't enough to give that away."
So many questions for Marvin after Mexico trip.
On top of questioning his own deduction skills he also ends up questioning the entire pharmaceutical industry:
"And then there was the awkward moment when he told me that it was 35 pesos (less than 3$) for the 20-30min examination and I had reassure myself 5 times to find out that it really was that cheap.
"Then I got lots of medication including antibiotics for like 12$ - kinda makes you think how other countries come up with their prices for pharmaceuticals."
If you enjoy hilarious stories, poker or otherwise, @MadMarvin is a solid follow.
3) Team Fighting > Team Poker; Still Not Great Idea
You know how poker is always trying to fiddle with a "team" format that really captures your attention but always falls a little bit short?
Reminds us a bit of this go at it with MMA. Although we'll give them some extra points for the turtling: