Can you spot a bluff? Turn your reading skills into a Platinum Pass.
It’s week 3 of the Human Lie Detector, which asks you the question:
Because it could earn you a Platinum Pass, and trip to the PokerStars Player’s Championship in the Bahamas next January.
We launched Human Lie Detector earlier this month. So, if you’re coming to this new, here’s a brief reminder of what it’s all about.
Each week Daniel Negreanu (the Human Lie Detector) asks a fellow Team Pro three questions. One of those replies will be an outright lie. Daniel must work out which one.
Last week it was Maria Konnikova providing the answers. This week Fatima Moreira de Melo is the one trying to tie Daniel in knots.
But what’s in it for you?
Well, if you can also spot the bluff, you could win yourself that Platinum Pass.
And even if you don’t manage to win that, there are plenty of other prizes to win along the way.
First, watch the video in the tweet below.
Bet you didn't know this about @Fatimademelo! ⬇ Detect the bluff with our #HumanLieDetector @RealKidPoker to play for a $30K #PlatinumPass to the Bahamas! ✈ Plus 30 correct answers bag an $11 tourney ticket.
T&Cs: https://t.co/cAFvjzzqPT pic.twitter.com/rnFajQAfXz
— PokerStars (@PokerStars) October 23, 2018
Then, if you think you’ve spotted the bluff, tweet your answer (1, 2 or 3) with the hashtag #HumanLieDetector and [Stars ID].
If you answer correctly on Twitter, you will receive a freeroll ticket.
That freeroll takes place on Sunday 11 November. The winner will earn a Platinum Pass.
There are also $3,000 worth of runner-up prizes to be won.
And on top of that, every week we’ll be awarding tournament tickets to random winning entries.
So you have more than one way to win.
And, if you play on Facebook, you could win all sorts of PokerStars merchandise.
So, start guessing. Watch this week’s video, make your pick, and find out the correct answer when we post the video on Friday.
As always, there are some Terms & Conditions, which you can read here.
You can also check the list of winners each Friday, here.