I want people to understand, gambling is not a bad thing if you do it within the framework of what it’s meant to be, which is fun and entertaining.
Apart from being a famous athlete, Michael Jordan is no stranger to casino establishments, but rightly distinguishes between problem gamblers and those who know their limits and enjoy the casino atmosphere.
You will show your poker greatness by the hands you fold, not the hands you play.
Dan Reed, a world famous poker player in his own right expresses the importance on knowing when to fold, rather than push your luck.
If you must play, decide on three things at the start: the rules of the game, the stakes, and the quitting time.
A Chinese proverb that impresses the importance of having the answers to important questions before you even decide to play. What you can afford to lose, the chances you’re willing to take. Structure to an environment that often has so many variables.
You can lead a gambler to a casino, but you can’t make him think.
Famous poker player, Terrence VP Pappy Murphy applies knowledge and discipline to earn a handsome living. He’s all too aware though of what happens if you discard of those qualities and lose your head.
Quit while you’re ahead. All the best gamblers do.
Baltasar Gracián Y Morales makes a salient point. When you’re gambling know when to get out and call time to your playing.
If there weren’t luck involved, I would win every time.
Professional poker player, Phil Hellmuth knows that ability and analysis isn’t always enough. Luck will always factor in.