- Jun 29, 2019
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If you were to choose between being able to know the flop before hand or see you the villain's hand, which one would you choose.
Oh, that's easy - being able to see opponent's hand...
Definitely being able to see your opponents' hand is more advantageous than seeing the flop before hand.
The old question between what do I have and what my opponent has, for me seeing 5 cards are worth more than 4 cards, I can play a wide range of hands, my opponent range I can guess it.I think no one would refuse to see the opponent's hand! This is more important for winning!
Get off your moral high horse Mr. Goody Two Shoes. Poker by nature is trying to lie and deceive others.Would politely decline both.
Being a card magician opens up all kinds of 'superpowers' when playing poker, but anything which gives you an unfair advantage over your opponents is cheating.
Early on in my poker journey I knew that I would never cheat in poker and that any "win" derived from unfair means would be empty and meaningless.
Therefore poker and card magic have boundaries which never overlap for me...
(Besides that one game of strip poker that one time)
[Every rule has exceptions [emoji3]]