The authoritative World Series of Poker Player of the Year and 2015 Spring Championships of Online Poker Player of the Year, Jason Mercier, is wanting to stream his activity in the $102,000 World Championships of Online Poker Super High Roller on Twitch. Recently Daniel Negreanu said the coordinators of the 15 Annual World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) had gone somewhat nuts in the wake of announcing that contestants in the $102,000 purchase in No-Limit Hold'em 8-Max Super High Roller could re-enter. It's not only the coordinators who have gone somewhat insane. 

Jason Mercier, who was once broadly named an 'awful reg' by Doug Polk, is the authoritative World Series of Poker (WSOP) Player of the Year (POY) and 2015 Spring Championship of Online Poker (SCOOP) POY, demonstrating he knows some things about winning poker competitions. This weekend, Mercier will stream his whole inclusion in the occasion on the PokerStars Twitch channel, Facebook page, YouTube channel and PokerStars.tv. Jerk poker marvel Jason Somerville will likewise be available in the critique corner to talk through the activity. 
It's a move that has little legitimacy for Mercier and a considerable measure for his boss. Scott Ball, Community Development and Poker Manager for Twitch, told PokerStars in a public statement that he was looking 'forward to seeing Jason's methodology unfurl hand by hand and gaining from him.' So will alternate players in the occasion. 
Mercier will demonstrate his rival's his gap cards with a 15-minute deferral. The up front investment is the biggest in online poker history, multiplying the $51k occasion that debuted last season, and that implies a little field of value players. His choice to demonstrate his gap cards gives the greater part of his adversaries an edge in an amusement where there are few, and this settles on BetStars choice to introduce him as the 18/1 most loved nearby Phil "RaiseOnce" Ivey a mix-up in my book.
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