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Is Matt Glantz The Most HATED Guy In Poker? Josh Arieh Says So Poker
Mrinal Gujare
Posted on 06 Jul, 2022
By Mrinal Gujare
On 06 Jul, 2022
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By Mrinal Gujare
On 06 Jul, 2022
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Is Matt Glantz The Most HATED Guy In Poker? Josh Arieh Says So


We all know how Matt Glantz won the $1 Million Bounty at the inaugural $1,000 Million Dollar Bounty tournament. Poker media across the globe has this news covered, Glantz smiling with utter joy and excitement, all of it. But did you know, Josh Arieh took to his Twitter account to call Glantz the “most hated guy in poker!” Yes, that is true. The four-time WSOP bracelet winner wrote in his tweet, “May I present to you, the NEW most hated guy in poker!! @MattGlantz I love you buddy! Can I borrow some $ please.” 

Josh Arieh’s tweet on Matt Glantz

This isn’t all. Arieh did not miss out on the opportunity to remind Glantz of his tweet which poked fun at the bounty event. The World Series of Poker (WSOP) 2022 Poker Hall of Fame (PHOF) nominee also quoted a tweet shared by Glantz in which he called the Million Bounty event a “nonsense circus bounty event.”

Josh Arieh reminding Matt Glantz of what he said

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Talking about Arieh, one can’t help but mention that he’s been brutally honest about his own play at the WSOP 2022. He recently quoted a tweet by PokerNews which stated that Arieh’s journey in the Main Event came to an end when he busted and how there wasn’t much the poker pro could do to stick around for a longer period of time. Arieh who’s a first-time nominee at the WSOP 2022 PHOF, in his caption said, “Yea there was….I could have not played like a fkn idiot for starters.”

Josh Arieh’s tweet on his exit from WSOP 2022 ME

Arieh’s tweets have been catching our attention, and there’s one more which made the cut. Recently WSOP announced that the schedule for the Main Event has been changed and players had to follow the new schedule. This American pro quoted WSOP’s tweet with a quirky caption that said, “HA HA HA! Things I don’t have to worry about!” 

Josh Arieh’s reply to WSOP’s announcement

Staying true to his style, Arieh is making sure his Twitter feed is filled with attention-grabbing quips, and his followers aren’t complaining and neither are we. 

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