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Daily WSOPE 3-Bet: Boeree Acts, Riess Perfect, Rheem Mans Up
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Today in the WSOPE video 3-Bet we find Liv Boeree looking to parlay poker into a TV career, November Niner Ryan Riess proclaiming he played perfect poker for the entirety of the Main Event (no, really) and Chino Rheem fessing up to making some financial mistakes but manning up for his culpability.
1) Liv Boeree: Dreams of TV Gig, Snow
She came up just short of her first WSOP bracelet in the first-ever WSOPE Ladies Event this weekend but Liv Boeree is not going to stop aiming high, either in poker or her life.
One of the most popular players on Team PokerStars pro Liv is now settled in London and hopes to parlay some of her poker fame into a TV acting gig:
2) Ryan Riess: "I Played Every Hand of the Main Event Perfectly"
If you caught our WSOPE Day 2 update video this weekend you saw a clip of 2013 WSOP November Niner Ryan Riess making one of the boldest claims we've ever heard in poker.
When you play high-stakes poker a bit of ego comes with the territory but Riess took it to the next level when he claimed he's played every hand in the Main Event perfectly to this point.
All of them. Perfectly.
We'd like to argue, but he is in the November Nine after all. An example of his perfect play, according to Riess, below:
3) Chino Rheem: Holding On to the Money is the Problem
Speaking of November Niners, David "Chino" Rheem was one of the first players to ever make the N9 and, at the time, was considered one of the favorites to win.
He didn't. But with his $1.7m score for finishing seventh and a couple of other huge wins over the next few years, including this year's WPT World Championship, Rheem has taken down several million in tournament earnings.
The problem for Chino? Keeping that money in his pockets, as he's made some mistakes in the past that still have him in debt. Mistakes he's willing to own up to, though: