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What's The Rush?

by John Vorhaus |  Published: Oct 15, 2014


In a perfect world, we’d get to play poker as much as we want. In a perfect world, the game would always be on and the game would always be soft. In a perfect world, there would never be family obligations or work-related travel or gridlocky traffic jams to stand between us and our play. In a perfect world, we would live in poker bliss. Well, last time I checked, this wasn’t a perfect world, so for most of us there’s a gap between the amount of poker we want to play and the amount of poker we get to play. This gap gets amplified by a long layoff, and puts us at risk for bad play. It’s this risk that I’d like to analyze now. Put yourself in my shoes: I’ve been traveling overseas for the better part of a month. Nothing wrong with traveling overseas, it’s just that ...

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