Top 5 Poker Players You Should Follow On Twitter
Twitter offers a great avenue for interaction within the poker community.
The top poker pros keep their fans in the loop by posting important announcements on Twitter or by sharing their thoughts on relevant subjects, even going beyond poker.
Their tweets serve as a reflection of their respective identities and personalities, giving fans just the right amount of energy, motivation and entertainment to help them get through the day.
Twitter’s Most Popular Poker Players
Ever wonder who the most popular poker players are on Twitter? Take a look at the list below:
* Number of Twitter Followers are Correct as of 04/03/2020
Tom Dwan made a name for himself during the online poker boom, having achieved superstar status for his excellent runs in the highest-stakes no-limit Hold’em and pot-limit Omaha games on the now-defunct online poker site Full Tilt.
He also has had pretty good performances at the live felts, with more than $3,300,000 in earnings.
Dwan continues to impress today’s generation of poker fans and enthusiasts.
Phil Hellmuth is nicknamed “The Poker Brat” for his behaviour at the poker tables especially when taking bad beats, but he is undeniably one of the best poker players in the world, holding the record for most WSOP cashes and bracelets (15) won.
The American poker pro also displays nothing but “positivity” in his Twitter account. He often shares his positive lifestyle on and off the felts to his 283,000 followers.
Doyle Brunson may have already retired from playing poker professionally, but he keeps his Twitter followers entertained by often sharing WSOP anecdotes.
The 86-year-old is considered a living legend, with 10 WSOP bracelets and a Poker Hall of Fame honor to his name.
Follow him on Twitter and get to know his thoughts on current events and politics, alongside his other interests apart from poker.
Controversies seem to continue to chase Phil Ivey these days but the American poker pro will remain a poker legend in the eyes of his devoted fans.
The 10-time World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelet winner currently has Twitter followers all eager to receive updates on his professional and even personal life.
His story is set to feature in an upcoming film about the life of his edge-sorting partner Cheung Yin “Kelly” Sun.
Daniel Negreanu’s views on Twitter almost always start a discussion, making him an entertaining player to follow on the online platform.
“DNegs” likes to share his thoughts not just on poker but also on politics and living a healthy lifestyle.
The former all-time money list leader also posts some important announcements on Twitter with regards to his poker career.
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