10-Year Old With ‘Genius’ Idea Poker App for Kids: ‘Chips for Pets, Furniture’

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Aug/25/2017

Late Thursday poker pro Daniel Negreanu posted a letter from a 10-year old with what he called a “genius poker app idea for kids”.

Noah identifies himself as a 10-year-old poker player from Hawaii. 

“The main reason I am writing you this letter is to ask if you know any people who could make a poker app for kids (called well Kid Poker).”

Negreanu’s nick just happens to be “Kid Poker”.

Noah goes into greater detail and even has some advise for another big name poker pro, Phil Hellmuth.

“And by the way, the next time Phil Hellmuth gets whiney, tell him that I once lost 5 times with A-A’s, true story.  It was online for free chips.”

Read the letter below.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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