Spartan Poker pro Zarvan Tumboli is super active on his social media accounts, sharing updates about his daily life, his poker endeavours, and his little daughter’s shenanigans. But this time around, the pro has shared something that we did not see coming. Looks like he is really guilty of something.
Tumboli made his debut when it came to posting a trendy reel on Instagram. He posted a trending reel and gave it his own spin. He replicated the ‘Wassup Bro’ reel with his poker trophies. “What’s up bros!! 🤩😎🏆👊🏻 Had to do this one, my debut on #trendstagram,” he wrote. (sic)
View this post on Instagram
The reel trend started when a user named ‘Nadeem4n’ created a reel with images of Korean Pop (K-Pop) artists in March this year. Since then a lot of influencers as well as Instagram users have recreated the reel by adding their own spin to it. It involves greeting four objects with the sound ‘Wassup Bro’ followed by addressing one object as a kid, and ending with the ‘Wassup Bro’ greeting one more time.
Although according to the trend the reel is meant to highlight the one thing that does not fit into the plot, and how the person creating it does so deliberately. Tumboli made good use of the trend by flaunting his winner trophies that he has won over the years by playing poker.
One can spot two Asian Poker Tour (APT) trophies, two World Poker Tour (WPT) trophies, one Baazi Poker Tour (BPT) trophy and one India Poker Championship (IPC) trophy in the reel. The shelf features all big trophies, amongst which the WPT one he won this year at WPT Prime Cambodia 2022 at a PLO event, is the smallest in size and hence, the reels shows that it doesn’t really fit well among the bigger trophies.
His wife, Shanaya Contractor Tumboli, who is also very active on Instagram, shared her husband’s reel on her Instagram Stories with a caption that read, “Enough trophies to do this reel twice!”
Well, that was a smart way of flaunting your trophies, Zarvan! Many more to come!
Amarylisa Gonsalves is a Content Writer at Gutshot Magazine. Advancing from a marketing background, she found her calling in writing. She takes delight in exploring genres and is a curious learner. Patient and ambivert, she believes in letting her work speak for itself. Apart from content writing, she finds solace in writing poetry by expressing herself through words. Additionally, she adores indulging in anything that satisfies her creative self, like drawing and DIY crafts.
SUBMIT YOUR ARTICLE
SUBMIT YOUR ARTICLE