Why poker is bad for you

Because poker is a game which is focused on only one thing, which is getting the most out of your cards. This may sound fun in the beginning, but in real life this kind of mentality creates terrible habits.Such as Focusing too much on winning rather than enjoying the game Always looking at your cards, not paying attention to your surroundings or your opponents Only thinking about beating others and not about the game itself.All above are bad for our minds and souls. Imagine if you become like that in real life , how unproductive you would be?Imagine losing all your money on a single bad beat and becoming depressed. If you became like this in real life , nobody would want to talk to you.I think that we need to take a break once in a while from reality and just play some poker. It is something that helps us to disconnect from our reality and gain some peace of mind.

When should you not play poker?

When you have no more money to put on the table.When you have no more cards to play with.When your opponents are obviously winning (in terms of chip counts).

What does poker do to the brain?

Nothing, poker does not affect the brain in any way, it does not make your brain smaller or bigger. If anything, it could even be argued that poker can make your brain bigger as you learn all of the tricks that everyone uses to beat you!Poker can have a huge positive impact on your life, as it is a great social game and you can meet some amazing people along the way. It is also one of the most addictive games out there, so take care of yourself!Anyway, good luck!

Why is poker so addicting?

Because it’s easy to play, quick to understand and because there’s not much of a chance to lose, it’s easy to get addicted.People who are addicted to anything know that if they stop their craving, it gets worse and worse. If they can’t find their fix, they’re going to feel bad.If that fixes your gut feelin after reading the whole sentence – Lolcats ‘N’ Funny Pictures – I have a feeling you have a gut feeling that I have a Facebook account.Poker is addicting because it doesn’t cost much money and you can win a lot of money in a short amount of time. It happens very rapidly so if you stop playing for even only 30 60 minutes you’re going to regret it.


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