Poker is all luck because skill takes into account the long run correct?
The long run is like every 4 years in a cycle with swings playing every day. Since most sessions are live,online and way less frequent then its basically a crapshoot 100 percent of the time.
- oldcraggyguyLv 62 weeks ago
Your question is more full of s**t than the dingbat of the oval office.
- AlbertLv 51 month ago
You have to know when to hold them. Also one needs to know when to fold them. Is it a game of chance or skill. That be and the odds?
- scott bLv 71 month ago
Actually, poker is very, very little luck, and mostly math, evaluation and playing properly.
- Divide By ZeroLv 71 month ago
If poker is all luck, then that means it's impossible to lose on purpose. You can't think of a way to lose on purpose?
Is your argument that the long run (which you arbitrarily define as 4 years regardless of the # of hands played) is never reached because nobody plays for 4 years? And you're also suggesting that since some people only play infrequently, that's supposed to tell us something about all players? Cool story.
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- SlickterpLv 71 month ago
False, though online does take a little less skill.
- LegFuJohnsonLv 71 month ago
Can I get a link to the article that claims the long run in poker is every 4 years in a cycle with swings playing every day?