Season 5 of Big Brother Features Poker Pro Kevin Martin: 'Ultimate Game of Mental Warfare'

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Mar/20/2017

PokerStars team pro Kevin Martin will get his second chance on Season 5 of Canada’s Big Brother franchise.

The 22-year-old first appeared on the show in Season 3.  This will be his second shot to win and take away $100,000 for the first prize.

Season 5 of Big Brother Canada kicked off last Wednesday.

“This is the ultimate game of mental warfare,” Martin said in regard to why he first decided to apply to appear on the show back in Season 3. “It’s you against your opponent on a mental level in a brutal and glorious fashion.”

Watch Kevin Martin below.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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