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By: Hal Yeah @ 12:21 (EDT) / 256 / Comment ( 2 )

An interesting byproduct of the ban on US players is that in most cases, and if abiding legal; all cases,  that they are forced to play ‘play chips’ games.  Initially, my rouse for such apparently an unlit perennial tunnel was of blah blah blah.  Of no excitement nor interest in any way.  Though, I relented to my biological urge to play cards, and I realized that as an American I was in the minority at the table...but that seemed to pale in comparison to the fact that I was playing my PSO game at the play money tables, and my game was good.  More importantly, as I succumbed to the play money tables early after the demise of US PSO, I noticed a transformation at those tables, or perhaps a transformation within myself - my poker-playing self, that if I played my PSO game, the cheapness of the free chips gained value amongst all the players.  So it seems that at the play money table, either they have always been and I am just noticing, or now - exists to play a much higher level of poker.  I say, unwittingly so but nonetheless emphatic, the American card player is becoming unbeatable!



p.s. I love cards


Hal Yeah

saturday, july 2, 2011

10:35 am Chicago, USA

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