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Today in the 3-Bet we find a £100k twist at the partypoker Millions, Omaha players hit the jackpot and Daniel Negreanu explains why you lose at poker.
1) partypoker Plays Willy Wonka
The £6.2m partypoker Millions has hit Day 3 at Dusk Till Dawn with just 92 players left with a shot at the £1m first-place prize.
Included among them are now just 7 players with a Golden Chip in front of them.
What does that Golden Chip mean? These guys played their Day 1 flights for the partypokerLIVE MILLIONS Main Event way back at the partypoker Caribbean Adventure last November.
Because they did that, the last player standing among them gets a £100,000 bonus on top of their regular payout. Very, very sweet.
At this point the £100k looks to be Thomas Boivin’s to lose but don’t sleep on WCOOP Main Event winner Jonas Lauck. The final 7 and chip counts as of level 42:
Thomas Boivin 50,570,000
Jacob Mulhern 35,100,000
Mateusz Rypulak 28,850,000
Jonas Lauck 9,700,000
Thomas Dunwoodie 8,500,000
Robert Kostesky 8,100,000
Tomas Fara 7,200,000
Follow along with the Day 3 Main Event live updates right here; watch the live stream of the one-day £25k High Roller below:
2) Spin & Go Goes Omaha
You like those blazing-fast, heart-stopping Jackpot Hold’em Spin & Gos, yeah?
Well, now that you’ve figured out how to consistently beat them, there’s a new challenge on the table: Omaha Spin & Gos.
After a litany of requests to add the four-card favorite to the Spin & Go menu, PokerStars has delivered with Spin & Go Omaha events now on offer.
Buy-in levels are $1, $3, $7 and $15 with the same randomly drawn prize pools available at 2x-10,000x your buy-in.
As an added bonus exclusive $5 Spin & Go Omaha qualifiers are running that award $10 cash prizes or tickets to the $2,100 (high), $215 (medium) or $27 (low) buy-in SCOOP 6-Max PLO Event #5 on May 7.
Got all that? Go for it right here by setting up an account on PokerStars.
3) Negreanu Explains Why You Lose at Poker
Tired of and unsure why you’re consistently losing at poker? Who better than Daniel Negreanu to walk you through the Top 5 reasons you might be?
Personally, we’re pretty sure ours is all reason #5. All of it. Forever and for all time. Also: #1. A whole lot of #1.