I know about Let It Ride Poker from a relative of mine. Actually my cousin seems to be addicted to it and this is why I’m quite worried about him. Despite the fact that he has made quite some money on his Let It Ride, I still have a bad feeling about it. Every gambler should know that luck is only a matter of time. You cannot be lucky all the time. Even though most gamblers realize it; they still tend to forget it sometimes. You cannot count on endless luck while playing poker unless you have the skills and the capital to make sure you’ll be fine in the end.
I really enjoy this part but there are some people who get more serious about it after playing a couple of free contests. The latter often end up paying money to play. When my cousin started playing Let It Ride he won a free contest and since then he has been playing with lots of money of his own. He gives ten dollars a hand minimum which is quite a lot. Let It Ride is always played against the casino not other players, so the chance of losing is higher. That’s why I find it hard to get how my cousin makes a profit of this poker; I guess he should be really good at it after all.
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Jean-Robert: Well, right now, I am really hoping that the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act) gets repealed; poker is starting to dry up quite a bit, the game is getting tougher and tougher, people are getting more knowledgeable. It’s not like the old days when you knew you were going to make x-amount of money each month. It’s a grind, so I’m hoping poker 88 opens up to the public like it was before. When that happens, some of us that have already made a little bit of a name for ourselves might end up with some huge sponsorship deals.
Jean-Robert: Definitely would have liked that because then I could take some winnings and enter. Otherwise I’d have to put 40K right into that and be busted for the rest of the series.
Slew entered training and in September 1976 started a race win streak that landed him votes for North America’s best two year old. He made famous the SureWin which changed the position of the bit in his mouth. He won easily with impressive amounts of daylight between him and his rivals.
As it approaches 30 years since Slew’s Triple Crown achievement it is somehow saddening that few in the media pause to recognize how much Slew has given to the sport and to the racing world. Seattle Slew proved himself a champion on and off the track.