Human Lie Detector: Can you spot a bluff? Turn your reading skills into a Platinum Pass

Can you spot a bluff? Turn your reading skills into a Platinum Pass.

How good are you at spotting a bluff?

What if you could turn your reading skills into a Platinum Pass?

That's the question we're asking in a new promotion, that could earn you a Platinum Pass worth $30,000.

It's called Human Lie Detector, and features Daniel Negreanu in the title role.


Daniel Negreanu asks three questions, but which answer is the lie? Get it right and you could win a Platinum Pass


He's going to use his vast experience to spot the bluff, as told by a fellow Team Pro.

If you can also spot the bluff, you could win yourself a trip to the PokerStars Players Championship in the Bahamas next January.

Now, that might seem like a big task. And it is.

But the game is simple, and a lot of fun.

Plus, if you don't get all the way to the Bahamas, there are still plenty of other prizes you can win along the way.

Here's how it works

The first video is released today (watch it in the Tweet below).

In it Andre Akkari will be asked three questions by Daniel Negreanu (aka The Human Lie Detector).

One of Andre's answers will be a bluff. A lie. A giant porkie.

Your job (and Daniel's) is to guess which one. Which is the bluff?

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, which takes place on Sunday 11 November, will award a Platinum Pass to the winner.

But if you don't win that there is still $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, watch the video, make your pick, and find out the correct answer when we post the video on Friday.

Here's the first video:

As always, there are some Terms & Conditions, which you can read here.

You can also check the list of winners each Friday, here.

Otherwise, it's over to you.

Stephen Bartley
@StephenBartley in News