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Win Every Single Time You Play Poker, Chips Or No Poker Chips, Guaranteed


Having played many, many poker games in my time and having studied numerous gurus and professional players for tips and strategy advice, I have finally learned one guaranteed method for walking away from any poker game no matter what cards I am dealt or who I am playing against.

Now, please understand, I am not a great statistics man and I sure don't have a photographic memory. I also can't read my opponents any better or differently than the next guy. So, what's my secret? How do I play consistently winning poker and avoid losing ANY cash, EVER?

You may be expecting a brilliant way to read your opponent, or a statistics shortcut for determining consistent odds, but the strategy I employ is even simpler than that. Ready for it?

I don't play poker for money.

There, I said it. Probably not what you were expecting and maybe not what you were wanting to read. But that's it and that's all.

Don't get me wrong, I LOVE playing poker. There are few games I love playing more. Some of the best and most fun times I have spent with friends and family have been around the poker table. But why does playing poker mean you need to risk your hard-earned cash to enjoy it? Quite simply, it doesn't have to mean that at all. Why not purchase a nice set of poker chips, maybe clay poker chips and a cool poker case and enjoy playing this great game as you would any other great home game.

With friends and family.

In your home, favorite hangout, or even your office.

With great poker chips that you can learn to do fancy tricks with.

And never have to worry about how to explain or reason away the cash you lost to your wife, mother, father, and worst, yourself.

Enjoy playing poker, it is a fantastic game. But why not give it a try playing it for the enjoyment of the game that it is and not for the "potential" windfall it may bring. I think you'll find, like I have, that playing poker without any cash on the line is one of the greatest ways to spend time with those you enjoy being with, without ever leaving the table a "loser", no matter what!

Tom Riemersma is an experienced tournament poker player and is an expert in home poker games. He works as an advisor to Elite Poker Chips, the premium poker chips retailer and distributor on the web. Check them out by visiting http://www.elitepokerchips.com today!


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