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Terrible Luck in Poker

November 27th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

For a game where the majority of enthusiasts rarely consider fortune, there are tonnes of folklore in poker. When you say that a player was blessed in that poker tournament they captured, be careful of how you mention it. For instance, if you say that you were unlucky, your luck may not change.

Ok, that may sound a bit ubsurd, but poker is a game armed with folklores. Did you realize that if you’re wagering a game with 2 different decks and you are asked to pick the deck, you should always pick the deck of cards that is the furthest away from you? Or, what If you have a run of poor cards, you must sit on a hankerchief to break your horrible luck? It is actually considered good luck to blow through a deck of cards while they’re being shuffled.

Some other interesting poker folklores are:

  • You will be able to change the run of cards by going around your chair 3 times.
  • The most beneficial spot at the poker table looks at the entrance.
  • The most detrimental position has its rear to a fireplace.
  • When altering seats, you should constantly do so clockwise.
  • The unluckiest poker card is the 4 of clubs.
  • It’s very unfortunate to cross your legs when sitting at the poker table.
  • Mon is a poor day for betting on cards.
  • The 13th is also a terrible day, no matter when it falls.
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