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Attitude

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: May 10, 2017

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I had a full weekend of poker this past week. I played my normal work days of Thursday, Friday, and Sunday and threw in a visit to my neighbor’s monthly poker league. They take their game seriously but are almost always very polite and encouraging with each other. They even have a traveling winner’s trophy with names engraved on it. You bring it home for the month in between events, put it on your mantle, and brag about it when you show up the next month. A fun environment with plenty of drinks and food to go with along with the poker. You’ll notice that I said, “almost always very polite and encouraging.” As is often the case in a competitive venture where individuals have differing amounts of competitive drive, some people take it more seriously than others. There were definitely some “How did you play that?” type things going ...


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