Twitter Glitter & the GREG ELDER Book Giveaway
You never know what you’re going to find in twitter-verse but it’s fun to venture in and check out the world in 140 characters. Speaking of characters, the poker world is full of them. You’ll find many more of the following, tweet sheets if you will, on our website at www.highrollerradio.net under the folder “Glitter from Twitter”. We are @highrollerradio on both twitter and facebook, so follow us won’t you? Scroll down and you’ll find out who won our fantastic book giveaway on facebook, Greg Elder was kind enough to provide a few copies of his wonderful book, GAMBLERS FIGHT BACK, his personal story of change and hoe to thrive and survive in the casinos when the odds are so heavily stacked against you. The NATION appreciates it GREG., thank-you sir.
Matt Glantz @MattGlantz 2m
@dwpoker yeah well nobody feels like they gotta work @PokerNews anymore since @ChadAHolloway mashed a bracelet the other day. #wonderwhy
Darren Rovell @darrenrovell 22m
In December 1% of all TV programs were sports. But 50% of all Twitter activity was sports-related
Jack Effel @WSOPTD 53s
RT @brianchastings: if river goes check check does last action show first or position. <~ position – left of button.
Matthew Waxman @Matthew_Waxman 15m
Someone definitely ripped one at my MM table. When this happens I like to look around and practice my live reads. #WSOP #CantBreathe
Brandon Meyers @oncommand 31m
I hate laws but would fully support outlawing ten handed poker
Geoff Lay @CajunDragon 44m
Only 1.5 hookers at the infamous Rio Hooker Bar. (One is a midget)
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Congrats tonight to HR Nation members Rick Bluementhol, Charlie West and Mild to Wild Bird. You’ve each won the book GAMBLERS FIGHT BACK by Greg Elder. Congrats.
On a personal note: I’d like to thank Greg Elder, great At 37, he wanted change and DECIDED to be a pro gambler. What are the odds? And think about his family, and the support he must have had. Remarkable stuff. You’ll find our Q&A at www.highrollerradio.net under the AUTHORS tab. Thank-you again Greg for providing a few copies, our listeners appreciate it.
GREG ELDER details, should you wish to have your own copy.
2-to-1 you’ll LOVE it!