September
14th 2007
Building Your Network

Posted under poker

If you are one of the lucky souls, you might find it easy to travel to Las Vegas or Atlantic City or some other remote location to play poker with all manner of folks who seek out these locations for competition. The convenience of living in or driving to Las Vegas cannot be overstated for those who live within the area. For those who are unable to quickly travel to these areas that permit poker rooms and gaming establishments, there is only the possibility of playing poker among friends and family, as well as the potential pool represented by coworkers and neighbors.

It is important to remember that playing poker and other games of chance is illegal in most areas and that it is very important to be discreet when inviting friends and neighbors to your neighborhood poker game. But if you put some effort into it, you will eventually find that you can build up a big enough network to support a poker playing lifestyle in your own neighborhood.

This type of network building takes a tremendous amount of effort on the part of the poker player, as it is difficult to add new players without making contact with a tremendous amount of new people on a daily basis. Making this type of tremendous effort is no small undertaking, but if you make small advances and efforts into building up your poker network in your local area, you will soon begin to reap the rewards of having a strong pool of available players to pull from. It is impossible to make money, after all, if there is no one at the table to play poker with you. This simple fact makes the effort to build up a gaming and poker playing network all worthwhile.

There are many ways of building up your network, but very few that don’t involve exposing yourself to a tremendous amount of risk. It is unfortunate that so many areas consider the game of poker to be a crime, as this criminalization of an otherwise harmless game of cards makes it very difficult to round up enough players to fill the table. It is important to be discreet and it is also important to avoid causing any problems with players who might be inclined to take any type of revenge by reporting you to the authorities.

Building up your poker playing network in your local area can be a difficult chore. But with some deliberate care, the poker player can have a comfortable game going at any time of the day or night on a regular basis.

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