Your last chance to #AskRafa in tomorrow's webcast
Have you ever wondered what Rafa Nadal eats for breakfast? Or whether he prefers to drink tea or coffee? Or what he likes to watch on TV on a Sunday nights? Well now is yours chance to ask him yourself.
In fact tomorrow night you can #AskRafa anything you like, and all while playing against him in a hand of Six-Max Zoom Poker. Simply ask your question using the #AskRafa hashtag on Twitter and tune in to the webcast tomorrow at 20:00 CET, where Rafa will be ready to play some cards against you from his home in Mallorca. And if you don't have a question, well just watch what should be a great show on PokerStars.tv anyway.
It's the last Rafa v The World event before his much vaunted heads-up Duel with his friend Renaldo in London next month, which you'll be able to follow on the PokerStars Blog. So this really is an opportunity not to be missed.
What's more you can play against Rafa on the PokerStars Client and on the PokerStars Play Facebook App. All you need is a play money account and an urgent need to ask a question of one of the greatest tennis players of all time.
The webcast, hosted by Nick Wealthall, starts tomorrow at 20:00 CET on PokerStars.tv, with Rafa at the table for a full hour taking your questions--and your chips.
It will also serve as a little warm-up exercise as he prepares for TheDuel in November. Last week his training included a little practice in bluffing--as you may have seen--and now it's about beating the world.
The rules for this match are simple. Rafa will receive two points for every hand he wins, while The World will receive one point. They'll also be a five minute delay to allow the audience to see Rafa's hole cards.
So you have a little more than 24 hours to come up with a great question, and to brush up your poker skills, before taking him on across the virtual felt.
We'll be watching, with a question about the size of his trophy room, and how long everything takes to polish.
See you there.
Check out The Duel webpagefor more details.
Stephen Bartley is a staff writer for the PokerStars Blog.