Casino Poker for Beginners: The “Let’s Check It Down” Problem

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Casino Poker for Beginners
In an earlier entry in this “Casino Poker for Beginners” series of articles, I explained how agreements between friends to soft play each other — a practice called collusion — is unethical, against the rules, and a form of cheating. But there’s another form of collusion that frequently crops up spontaneously at the poker table between strangers. It is just as wrong as the planned variety, though those who do it often aren’t aware of that fact. Read Full

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