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March 21st, 2013
It's not enough to succeed. Others must fail. - Gore Vidal
March 20th, 2013
I've lost money so fast in these clubs it's left me reeling. I've read every poker book ever written, but the only way to get better at the game is to go out and play with people who are really good. The problem is, you stand to lose a lot of money doing it. - Matt Damon, who was quickly eliminated from the $10,000 main event at the WSOP in 1998.
March 19th, 2013
I've often thought, if I got really hungry for a good milk shake, how much would I pay for one? People will pay a hundred dollars for a bottle of wine; to me that's not worth it. But I'm not going to say it is foolish or wrong to spend that kind of money, if that's what you want. So if a guy wants to bet twenty or thirty thousand dollars in a poker game, that is his privilege. - Jack Binion
March 18th, 2013
When I played pool I was like a good psychiatrist. I cured 'em of all their daydreams and delusions. - Minnesota Fats
March 17th, 2013
Is it a reasonable thing, I ask you, for a grown man to run about and hit a ball? Poker's the only game fit for a grown man. Then, your hand is against every man's, and every man's is against yours. Teamwork? Who ever made a fortune by teamwork? There's only one way to make a fortune, and that's to down the fellow who's up against you. - Somerset Maugham from Cosmopolitans
March 16th, 2013
Luck never gives; it only lends. - Swedish Proverb
March 15th, 2013
The house doesn't beat the player. It just gives him the opportunity to beat himself. - Nicholas (Nick the Greek) Dandalos
March 14th, 2013
Hold'em is to stud what chess is to checkers. - Johnny Moss
March 13th, 2013
Nobody is always a winner, and anybody who says he is, is either a liar or doesn't play poker. - Amarillo Slim
March 12th, 2013
He who conquers others is mighty. He who conquers himself is almighty - Lao Tzu
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