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A broader look at the game of poker with words of wisdom to help educate, entice, and make you think.

Poker and Luck

By Tom "TIME" Leonard | February 19, 2010 | Philosophy

I’m sure you have come into contact with people that are not devotees to poker and believe you to be just a gambler. I always chuckle at these … Read more

When I think about poker and the long run, I think that my senior friend Alex, who didn’t keep score, but only cared about making friends and having … Read more

I have sworn an oath, taken by many serious poker players, which forbids us from becoming insufferable by telling bad beat stories. I have, however, found a loop … Read more

I’m sure everyone is aware that berating Donkey’s at the poker table is not smart. It is certainly boorish but worse than that, players who indulge in that … Read more

Whatever the endeavor, competitive people, certainly an attribute of poker players, wish to prevail. They desire to score the winning goal, pocket the most balls, hit the most … Read more

Why do we put up with the long hours and the losing streaks, the bad beats, the software dropping its internet connection or the live dealers dropping their … Read more

Most of us who enjoy playing poker and other games are, in fact, conundrum junkies. If we all knew exactly what the outcome of any and all events … Read more

Many learning skills and qualities are more tangible when explained through poker because it has some good jumping off points to teach what is required for life. These … Read more

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