Social media is a place for people to understand what you’re going through, wish they were with you or decide that they’re angry at you for not inviting them. Just kidding.
In the poker world, we kind of always wish we were you. Obviously. Unless you’re a jerk or you broke your trophy.
Not the Best Day…
Note to self: Never let Rainer Kempe watch your trophy.
The good news is… I won a tournament! 🙂 But then I asked @GatsbyKempinho to watch out for my trophy..… https://t.co/PJZa6ep6zv
— Koray (@kooraay90)
Don’t break your trophy. Do share about it to make others feel better. #solidarity
Only in the Movies
The crew that flies together in what looks to be a private jet/first class stays together.
I stand by my former statement.
Memories, memories. With a dash of alcohol.
BRB. On top of the world in Canada.
Looking too chill to be operating this piece of machinery.
Sharing is Caring
Time to build my bankroll.
Now I can tell you why I had such successful last 1.5 years #sharingiscaring https://t.co/4DKO76lP9m
— Fedor Holz (@CrownUpGuy)
I also spontaneously take photos of my friends at what looks to be a supermarket.
I’d like to see the video footage of this, complete with the splits.
Close enough. And man, I’ve never seen a man in yoga pants, until now.
Bringing the kid on social media is CHEATING.
As Seen on TV (Or What Could Be Seen on TV)
A selfie at an awards show. How original.
Because looking good should be well documented. HEY-oh.
Mercier making more room on his trophy shelf. #humblebrag
If it’s not for an actual TV show (in the traditional sense of the word), does it even count?
Alright. Which of them is the best skier? Let me know in the comments. That’s all we really need to know.
In those outfits, I’m not even sure I care who won. (And does that just mean they played dress up for poker?)
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