'Retired' Poker Pro Vanessa Selbst Tears Into Justin Bonomo ..Negreanu Vlogging WSOP Day 4

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The winningest female player in poker, Vanessa Selbst, may be retired, but she has been on a tear of late.  Selbst especially went off on poker pro Justin Bonomo after his recent win in the Super High Roller Bowl that yielded $3million.

She tweeted:

I get that people are choosing to optimize for GTO rather than take exploitable spots for fear of being too exploitable later generally. But isn’t a better strategy “play GTO but raise some MFers in a 300k FT?” Or they just make too many of these it’s yawn city? @JustinBonomo

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