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Wow...some twitter Smack talk going down at TDA Summit... - Wed Aug 03, 2011, 05:14 PM
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TDA had a rules summit on Jun 29 and 30 of 2011.

I was just checking out the results on those, and started perusing some of the tweets.

Check em out:

http://twitter.com/#!/Nowuknow999

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@ @SavagePoker @worldpokertour If anyone listened to Quadjacks Daniel has been exposed as a creepy egomaniacal douche!! It's not 2004
25 min ago

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@ @BoostedJ we all know that's how Antonio got on entourage , he let Nick outta poker debt
55 minutes ago

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@ @themouthmatusow @epicp Daniels got his period today. tought to admit that poker has passed him by. HEs so happy to be on any type of media
29 Jul

Interesting!

LOLOL
 
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Wed Aug 03, 2011, 05:17 PM
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@ @Kevmath @savagepoker saw cool bet at las Vegas Hilton today .. What will disappear first , WPT or all of Daniel Negreanus hair .
12 minutes ago

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@SavagePoker Daniel thinks the format of the big game should be how tourney poker is , lie ,cheat ,talk in hands he's not even in .
7 minutes ago
 
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Wed Aug 03, 2011, 05:28 PM
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@RealKidPoker Daniel Negreanu
Another day another round of golf. Goal is 95 and despite it being windy today I feel like I got a 93 in the bag.
31 minutes ago


Looks like he is sweating it
 

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