Brazilian footballer Neymar, who defends the colors of Paris Saint-Germain FC in France, will play professional poker after the end of his sports career. By the way, he is already an ambassador for PokerStars. Reporters learned that Neymar, who described his card style as aggressive, even wants to take part in major poker tournaments. According to him, the similarity between football and poker is how the player “reads” his game and the opponent’s game and chooses the moment to attack. Neymar admitted that he first sat down to play poker in 2014, during the World Cup, which was held in the athlete’s homeland – Brazil. Now he plays poker in tournaments, with friends, and on the Internet – and, of course, he strives to win. As My Lucky Story wrote, due to the easing of coronavirus restrictions in California, card rooms in Los Angeles County were able to resume their work. Earlier it became known about the resumption of a series of poker tournaments WSOP offline. Recall that Element Partners decided to buy the World Poker Tour brand for $105 million.