In our new series Twitter News we’ll bring you the most interesting weekly posts from poker twitter. So, if you don’t follow twitter or if you missed something, you’ll might find it here!
Erik Seidel on changes to Bellagio Live Tournaments
Bellagio had a tournament structure with no dinner break and shorter days and 85.5% of Darren Elias' followers voted in favor of this structure.
Similar to the EPT structure, players don’t want to play 12-13 hour days & it’s unhealthy. Hope the trend continues https://t.co/uq7c53ddkh— Erik Seidel (@Erik_Seidel) October 27, 2022
Magnus Carlsen on Barcelona getting knocked out of Champions League
Magnus enjoying early Barcelona FC exit from UCL.
Good thing the Inter game is not close, so I can focus on chess and Barcelona on the Europa League— Magnus Carlsen (@MagnusCarlsen) October 26, 2022
Fedor Holz on the Asia poker boom
Poker is booming is definitely booming in Asia. Where would you love to play?
Seeing poker boom in Asia is so awesome, I think there will be some big series on the horizon! 💪🎉— Fedor Holz 🐧 (@CrownUpGuy) October 24, 2022
Nick Howard with essential tips for Low stakes players
5 tips for small stakes players. Sound easy, right?
5 small stakes poker habits that GUARANTEE you will get to the next level:— Nick Howard (@nickhowardpoker) October 26, 2022
1. Fold less
2. Bluff more
3. Value bet thinner
4. Game select
5. Build schedule 🗓️
Typical Poker Bunny
So, who's gonna tell her?
Is poker banned on twitch?— Poker Bunny (@PokerBunnyy) October 29, 2022
Nick Howard's 5 most important life lessons
Most important life lessons learned from a 15-year career in poker industry.
Poker can take everything from you.— Nick Howard (@nickhowardpoker) October 25, 2022
But it probably won't.
What it will certainly do is hand you life lessons faster than almost any other career.
Here are the 5 most important life lessons I've learned from 15 years in the industry.
2. The importance of asking for help.— Nick Howard (@nickhowardpoker) October 25, 2022
Because flying solo is an ego trip.
I can trace every major win back to a moment where I handed control over to someone who had a strength in an area where I was weak.
When you cross paths with these angels, be ready to ask for help.
4. The importance of being well organized.— Nick Howard (@nickhowardpoker) October 25, 2022
Organization is one of the biggest indicators of success in a professional poker player.
From building a schedule, to identifying goals, to breaking down action steps.
Any great achievement depends on it.
So get your shit together.
TLDR;— Nick Howard (@nickhowardpoker) October 25, 2022
The 5 most important life lessons I learned from a 15 year career in the poker industry:
1. Getting intentional
2. Asking for help
3. Finding purpose
4. Staying organized
5. Thinking long