Joined: Jul '09
Location: United States
Age: 85 (M)
Great poker players talk about theories and concepts. Good players talk about strategies and ploys. Average players talk about winning and losing. Poor players talk about their bad beats.
To succeed at poker, you only need three bones: a wishbone, a backbone, and a funny bone.
I played poker with a psychic last night. I won all his money. Shouldn't he have known that I was bluffing most of the time?
I called my poker-playing mother and told her that I’d lost all my money, my job, my self-respect, and that the wife had taken the kids, and left me. I said that I was giving up playing poker for good…she called me a quitter.
Poker is just a game of condiments and seasonings; you have to relish your good hands, lay off the sauce, always play your A-1 game, pepper your opponents with bets and raises, gingerly avoid the big stacks, and quit playing ketchup or you won't cut the mustard.
It's just not fair that only the really bad poker players get to drink as much alcohol as they want to without it affecting their game.
I won’t say he’s dumb, but when he won a gold bracelet at the World Series of Poker, he was so proud of it, he had it bronzed.
When a rock calls, look out! When a rock raises, get the hell out!