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  1. Jul 29,  · Have you ever seen a dog chasing a car? It’s a hopeless task. The poor dog never catches the car. The dog is a chaser – a loser. Playing poker, there are lots of chasers; and they usually lose most, if not all, of their chips before the evening is over, no matter the game or the stakes.
  2. Sep 28,  · It is easy to recognize when a machine is hot – it is paying a lot. What cannot be determined is how long the machine will stay hot. It could stay hot for 10, 20, , or hands or it could turn cold the next hand. That is what random means – you cannot predict what is coming, you can only observe the present and past.
  3. The flop comes, and being first to act he bets $The next player raises him to $ The last player takes some time thinking, looks at the pot for a while, then calls. The intermediate player.
  4. Sep 08,  · Probably considered the best poker player of all time, Stu’s eventual downfall was drugs. Between the infamous incident in which Bob Stupak staked Stu into the WSOP Main Event which Stu never showed up for and Stu’s death in a Las Vegas hotel room just a few short months later he managed to get himself arrested on drug possession charges.
  5. New players often raise or bet at the extremes – meaning too little or too much. Some common examples of this are raising the minimum pre-flop in no limit games when there are several players who have already entered the pot or raising 5x-6x the size of the blinds when you are first to enter a hand.
  6. Aug 23,  · Some video poker games aren’t really video poker games—they’re actually slot machines that LOOK LIKE VP machines. If you’re playing in a private club or some kind of underground casino, this can often be the case. Be cautious if that’s the case. But fake video poker games aren’t only found in illegal underground gambling halls.
  7. There's no "never" in poker. Whether to call or raise depends on the situation, table dynamics, history vs certain players, set mining, hand strength, etc. However, this is a good advice since it.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Poker on Discogs. Label: Antler Records - ANT ,Antler Records - ANT • Format: Vinyl 12 Chayell* - Poker (, Vinyl) | Discogs.

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