Tweet Relief: Yays and Nays for 2013 WSOP Schedule
New WSOP events and buy-ins spark social media discussion.
Yesterday the World Series of Poker released its 2013 schedule and, just like anytime anything noteworthy happens, the poker world reacted on Twitter.
From the WSOP's new way of dealing with men playing the Ladies event to the addition of a $111,111 Big One High Roller, pros managed to pepper a few poker opinions into a sea of Valentine's Day tweets.
Keep reading to see how players like Daniel Negreanu, Shane Schleger and many more have to say about the 2013 WSOP schedule.
And remember, PokerListings.com is at the World Series of Poker every single year shipping live coverage, news, interviews and videos via our WSOP 2013 Live Coverage page.
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