Tweets From the WSOP: Volume 1

by , Jun 10, 2012 | 6:03 pm

Twitter is becoming an all important tool for taking the pulse of the WSOP.  But as whoisdavidclark mentioned in his post, tracking player and chip count feeds can be a daunting task. In case you’ve missed a few, we’ve collected some notable tweets from the WSOP so far:

Age: Online poker introduced a younger generation of players to the game. It seems even in our post-Black Friday era, older players still feel outnumbered.

Bathrooms:  A day at the WSOP involves hours of poker, punctuated by brief bathroom breaks. In our tweets below, Vanessa Selbst’s tweet may have triggered an important change that Barry Greenstein failed to notice.

Cry for Help: Running the WSOP is a daunting task. And it’s been awhile since it’s run without a hitch. This year is no exception. Between the bathroom issues, the controversial final table verbal action rule and the problematic execution of the re-entry tournament, is it any wonder we saw this tweet from the WSOP’s Tournament Director?

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