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2011 World Series of Twitter Day 7 - Burping, Peeing, and Poo

7 June 2011, By: compncards
Sara Underwood 200x300
Sara Underwood 200x300

Day 7 of the 2011 World Series of Twitter brought yet another final table hoping to impress you with their twitter prowess.

We learned Sara Underwood has hidden talents, people like to pee in Tony G's face, and we even had a visit from the most interesting man in the world.

Sara Underwood makes her first final table of the WSOT in Seat 9. She reveals that there is more to her than good looks and poker skills:

@SaraUnderwood I have two talents in my life. Burping and pop-a-shot. I excel at both in a freakishly amazing way.

You would be the perfect woman in the south ... or West Virginia.


In Seat 8, "FakeGusHansen" apparently has no respect for Annie Duke's new poker book:

@FakeGusHansen Annie Duke writing a poker book is like me writing an abstinence book

There are plenty of people that will buy Annie's book. I don't know any of them, but they are out there. In theory.


Scott Diamond gave us this nugget from Seat 7. All I have to say is, whatever you are on, you might want to slow down on it:

@DeputySD Spent the night at the station and frize my backside in the bunk room. My noggin got a good sunburn on containment yesterday good headache

Darmok ... on the ocean. Timber ... his arms wide.


In Seat 6, Andy Seth shared with us that he has accomplished his life's goal:

@bkice_ just pissed on tony g's face, life is complete

My only problem with the whole peeing on Tony G's face is that you have to show Tony your Johnson in order to pee on his face.

I don't want Tony G's mouth that close to my Johnson ... ever.


In Seat 5, Hooch aka Jeff made a return appearance at the final table with the following:

@Hooch474 ..Overheard in Rio bathroom.."Jack Kevorkian died"? "Yeah, playing the deuce to seven lowball tribute tourny this Thursday.."

At least it isn't the Doyle Brunson Memorial Hold'em Tournament ... yet.


In Seat 4, Jeremiah Smith either just became a dad or we now know why there is a body odor rule at the WSOP:

@miahsmith55 Score one for daddy. Changed my first poopy diaper at age 34.

And strangely enough, this doesn't even constitute as a weird post for Twitter anymore.


In Seat 3 Paul Harris informs WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel about an awesome dealer:

@PaulHarrisShow @WSOPTD: Best dealer of the day was the guy who knew sign language and helped a deaf player. Wish I could tell you his name. Great job!

They should "sign" the dealer to a long term deal.


Sketchy1poker retweeted the following in Seat 2 from Stephen Colbert regarding the dangers of Twitter:

@StephenAtHome by @sketchy1poker Schoolhouse Rock needs to do a new song about how a tweet becomes a tearful press conference.

I sent a tweet. Now I'm out on the street. Senate Oversight Committee next week. (Sung to "I'm just a bill.")


"The Most Interesting Man in the World" is in Seat 1 at this final table. (Where else would he be?) We learned the following fact about him:

TheeDosEquisMan He was the world poker champion at age 9, which may not sound like much, but was impressive considering he thought they were playing Go Fish

So long, and thanks for all the fish.


Come back tomorrow when nine more hopefuls take their shot at glory at the final table of the World Series of Twitter.

For daily recaps of all the action at the 2011 World Series of Poker, check our WSOP news section.

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