Warning – Don’t Get Caught Playing With the Wrong People!

  • April 12, 2020

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Warning – Don’t Get Caught Playing With the Wrong People!

In the early days of poker there was no such thing as a “Crown Poker,” but it wasn’t long before the world of poker learned about the Crown Poker. The name originated from the way the seat of the game was so high that the dealer would be forced to reach up and take one of his playing cards, the cards that are called Crowns in poker.

Many people can trace their roots back to the United States from roots that involve family ties. Families that have traveled extensively can be found in every state in the union. Some are simply not aware of what actually constitutes a family and tend to fly under the radar when things aren’t going their way.

I’m sure you’ve seen some of the families who are regular players at the casinos, and some of them even tend to make quite a bit of money on the Poker Network. It’s very hard to do that when you are constantly paying attention to where the lights are in the casino. If you are not careful, you could wind up being the next victim of a robbery, or worse, and the individuals in the background of this article could be considered your biggest enemies.

There is an individual by the name of Lucy Fralick, and she is one of the worst offenders in this category. She got her start in the game a little over a decade ago when she went on a job. She was at a hotel one night and walked into a poker tournament.

She was in a poker tournament because her father played poker at the same casino as her, and she had been invited to play. The first hand she played was in her favor, and before you knew it she was calling seven straight.

At this point Lucy had already lost a substantial amount of money and wasn’t sure she wanted to continue the game. She had to stop the game at this point, but the next hand was even worse. If she had held out just a little longer, she would have lost everything.

Lucy wasn’t done playing until she saw the number of four cards, and it was one of the worst hands of her life. She took off her glasses and went into shock when she realized what she had done.

You don’t have to get in the personal battle with your family. If you can’t stand the pain and humiliation, you may want to take your own advice and let it go. Don’t let yourself get pushed around by those who wouldn’t know poker if it bit them.


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