In the previous edition of Off the Felt, we had some great submissions that were made for the Thirst Lounge audition, Sofia Lövgren enjoying Singapore, and Dan Cates with a Bilzerian-like photo.
This week, we see what the World Series of Poker does to people, Norman Chad says “no” to re-entry and Jason Mercier has been working on his juggling game.
First of all: a big thank you to Pamela Maldonado, who will be leaving PokerNews. Without her, PokerNews Social wouldn’t be what is it now.
I’ve officially given my two weeks notice with @PokerNews – my last day as Head of Social is May 24. You just know… https://t.co/s3EyvG1FAz
This is what the WSOP does to people…
First week of WSOP: He has a lot of bluffs in his range. I block the nut flush. I only have to be right 36% of the… https://t.co/5RQzo4OXb8
Daniel “jungleman” Cates just being himself:
Jungleman to Luc Greenwood. “Sam, right?” Luc says nope. Jungle “I should have just folded my K4 to you when you ha… https://t.co/yAMeAoMQK3
Say no to re-entry?
I will climb Mount Kilimanjaro in a Speedo before I play an unlimited re-entry poker event again. #ReEntryStinks… https://t.co/EFtmnVyi89
What has Jason Mercier been up to?
Nice view for Maria Ho:
A nice message from Scott Blumstein:
A smiling Doug Polk:
Amanda declined Daniel’s request…
Andrew Neeme visiting the 2019 Derby:
Another nice message from Maria Ho:
Phil Hellmuth talks about his own best tournament:
Our own Sarah Herring enjoying her time in Greece:
And last but not least, this beautiful pictures from Mike Leah and his girl Christine:
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