Why I Write
by Gavin Griffin | Published: Oct 16, 2013
For a very long time, I was opposed to giving away my strategies and ideas about poker because I held them precious. I thought that doling out my strategies would have too big of an impact on my bottom line. This was an insanely arrogant viewpoint and one I’ve obviously since ditched. I remember the point in my career when I decided that I would be OK with teaching. I was talking to Gavin Smith at some tournament or other. He told me he was heading to a WPT Boot Camp the next week. I gave him my view of the idea of teaching and he said something to me that has stuck with me. He said, “you can teach some people day and night and they’ll never learn anything from you because they’re too stubborn or won’t pay attention. Others will learn quickly and pick things up right away. ...
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