Poker Pro Mike Matusow 'F*** You All Haters!'

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May/20/2018

Poker pro Mike "The Mouth Matusow" is telling some of his followers to "f*** off" via Twitter.....but he may have good reason.

Matusow is one of the many newfound Vegas Golden Knights fans.  His team is heading to the Stanley Cup Playoffs in their first year.

Matusow tweeted:

I just went and looked up expansion draft rules even though I thpught I knew them. Each team could protect 7 forwards 3 defenseman and 1 golie of 1 golie and 8 skaters. That means the best player we should of gotten off any team is their 9th best player. So fuck you all haters!!

It doesn't appear Matusow is one who had an early futures bet on the Knights, but some did.  The payout would be $50,000 on a $100 bet if anyone plopped down that much.  Most of the wagers were in the $5 to $20 range it appears.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

 

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