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April 22, 2006

Are you really benefiting from playing poker?

Posted at April 22, 2006 10:41 AM in General Discussions , by Greedy Gecko.

I know that a lot of the visitors to this website are people that already play poker. A lot of you may lose but a lot of you may win. Just because you are a winner at poker doesn’t mean that you are getting the full benefits of the game. And just because you are a loser doesn’t mean you can’t benefit either. I stated before that I feel poker may be on the decline. Whether that is true or not will be seen as time goes on but right know poker is hot and you need to take advantage of if from every angle.

If you are skilled at poker why not teach people that are unfamiliar with the game how to play. It would be a lot easier for them to learn from an experienced player rather than just reading books or other poker related material. If you are a not so great player but you love the game maybe you could sell poker related apparel. Make your own designs have them printed up and sell them to family, friends, or on your own website. Share your knowledge using the power of the internet with a forum or by writing articles. Invent a product that can make the game easier or maybe set up a game a few nights a week on your college campus and play for snacks. You can also sign up as an affiliate for many of the major poker websites and make money when people sign up. Contact me if you are interested in being an affiliate for any of the major poker websites and I can help you out.

Even if you are winning at poker you are not getting the full benefits and if you are losing you really aren’t so make sure that you look into some of the opportunities listed above before it is too late.

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