are currently progression systems offered for sale
through the Internet. Many are glossily advertised
and come with the slick confident assurances of professional
con men. All such systems are variants of existing
progression systems. It is unreasonable to buy such
1. They don't work.
2. All progression systems operate on the same basic
principles and are all, therefore, known.
3. They don't work.
Unfortunately, there is always a ready market of people
who wish to make their fortunes quickly and painlessly.
My way to riches is complex and requires study, but
it does work. The ways of the system sellers are short
and painless but lead nowhere.
There are a number of key phrases that mark out the
system seller. Inevitably, their advertisement will
have the word "free" in there somewhere,
which is only playing with words, since there is always
money to pay further down the line or they wouldn't
be in business. They will often talk about Online
Baccarat Games in a pseudo-scientific manner, using
words and phrases which may not be familiar to you
but do sound impressive. They may talk about "real-world
conditions." This is because any Online Baccarat
Games system currently available doesn't work, and,
therefore, the result of any computer simulation would
show this to be the case. So they will pretend that
Online Baccarat Games computer simulations are not
mathematically the same as Online Baccarat Games played
in a casino. Of course, computer simulations are not
as exciting as playing in the real casino, but that
is another matter.
Struggle Against Kiddie Poker
any given Friday evening, vast legions of poker players
across the country bolt from the confines of their
jobs and families to gather around dimly lit tables
and immerse themselves in an atmosphere of beer bottles,
cigar fines, and poker chips. The perfect poker game
is congenial but competitive-classy in form but a
little seedy in substance. It satiates a rebellious
streak in all of us; we rebel from the daily grind
of PC professional life by trying to take each other's
money in an enclave of rugged, unapologetic individualism.
That's why poker resonates with most Americans as
an activity that is culturally substantial-even patriotic.
Besides all that, it's a great setting for a party,
and most participants show up for the social event
as much as the cards. Even so, given the immense popularity
of poker in this country, one would think that the
average American player is fairly competent, in the
same wav that one might expect the average Swiss person
to hold their own on a ski slope. Poker is our national
card game, right?
Not exactly. There are certainly a lot of good poker
players out there. But the sobering truth is that
the average American player, despite spending hundreds
of hours at a "poker" table, has no idea
what poker is or how to play it. If poker were an
Olympic sport, Switzerland would cream its.