Bad Fortune in Poker

Friday, 13. August 2010

For a game where most gamblers occasionally consider fortune, there are tons of folklore in poker. When you mention that someone was fortunate in that poker tournament they captured, be mindful of how you mention it. For example, if you say that you were unfortunate, your chances may not change.

Ok, that might appear to be a bit ubsurd, but poker is a casino game loaded with folklores. Did you realize that if you are gambling a game with two seperate decks and you’re asked to choose the deck, you should always pick the deck of cards that is furthest from you? Or, what If you get a run of terrible cards, you have to settle on a hankerchief to break your bad luck? It is certainly thought of as good fortune to blow through a pack of cards when they are being mixed up.

A few other fascinating poker folklores are:

  • You can alter the run of cards by passing around your chair three times.
  • The most beneficial spot at the poker table looks at the entrance.
  • The most detrimental position has its back to a fireplace.
  • When switching seats, you need to constantly do so following the clock.
  • The worst poker card is the four of clubs.
  • It is very unlucky to sit with your legs crossed at the poker table.
  • Sunday is a horrible day for betting on cards.
  • The thirteenth is also a bad day, despite when it falls during the week.

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