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  1. One look at #WSOP gives even those with the slightest interest in poker a severe case of FOMO. The first week of the 49th Annual World Series of Poker had it all. Big names fighting for multimillion-dollar scores and players mixing it up both on and off-the-felt. It’s impossible to catch everything that’s happening at the Rio in Las Vegas but here are some of the highlights we enjoyed that will make you feel like you’re in the thick of the action yourself. So Many Rings When you want to stretch your bankroll, perhaps a single table satellite is the way to go. Just beat a soft field of 9 other players and next thing you know you’re vying for a gold bracelet. Well, maybe the field isn’t that soft. On to week two!
  2. In 2018, there’s plenty of ways to sweat the World Series of Poker Main Event. You can follow the action with hand updates on WSOP.com and even watch hours of featured table coverage on both ESPN and PokerGO. But if you want to go deep into the Main Event social media adds that next level of excitement. Rather than 30-minute delays or select hand histories, the digital rail can get the very latest chip counts, double-up and bad beat stories direct from the players themselves. So for those looking to flood their Twitter timeline with all of the ups and downs of Day 6, here is a comprehensive list of accounts from players that are still in the hunt for the $8.8 million first-place prize in the WSOP Main Event. Brian Yoon: @byoonz Benjamin Pollak: @PollakB Barry Hutter: @barry_hutter Eric Froehlick: @efropoker Mason Barrell: @mason_barrell Jason Gooch: @YACHTDOOKIE Kuo Saechao: @saechaokw Laurynas Levinskas: @LaurisL91 Sylvain Loosli: @SylvainLoosli Joe Cada: @cada99 Shannon Shorr: @ShannonShorr Shaun Deeb: @shaundeeb Mike Lavenburg: @mlav151 Jordan Cristos: @jcinblue Ryan Phan: @TheJanit0r84 Hendrik Hecklen: @hhecklen Seth Foster: @foxlikeruse Ofir Mor: @_ofirmor Dan Wilson: @DanWilson86 Clayton Fletcher: @claytoncomic James Obst: @JamesObst Vicent Bosca Ramon: @VicentGordon Nicholas Cushman: @Cush572 Justin Harvell: @JFleezy615 Kelly Minkin: @The_Illist Jonathan Prested: @whollyflush Jamie Flynn: @Jam_Fly Hit us up on Twitter @pocketfives if we missed your favorite poker pro going deep in the Main.

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