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Famous Superstitions to Know for Poker Players



Gambling has always been about entertainment so it is impossible not to have jokes or bants fly around when playing games. By visiting casino sites, there is a good chance you will pick up certain things – it could be strategies, math calculations, or even superstitions. Most times, video poker is where you will find all. Poker players are always about math and logic but there are a few of them who believe in superstitions that may or may not affect your game. The certainty of these beliefs cannot be established, but it shouldn’t hurt knowing a few of them. See below.

The Lucky Card Protector
The commonest superstition in the poker world is the Lucky Card Protector. It has existed for a long time, and many still believe in its potency. The Lucky Card Protector is a piece of item that has helped them win one or two tournaments in the past. Some players believe having it on brings them good luck – it could be a figurine, a ring, a hat, or a walking stick. Whatever it is, players who believe in the lucky card protector, hold the item in high significance. It makes them confident in themselves and in the game.

The belief in the Lucky Card Protector can sometimes get gross and intense. There are players who want to sit to play a poker game if they can’t find the item. They automatically believe they would lose and rather go home than risk it. However, one truth you should know is: poker is a game of chance and not luck. There will be days when the lucky charm won’t save them – what would happen when that happens? Get another lucky card protector?

The Lucky Clothes
While they’re still deciding whether to open casinos in Eilat, let’s talk about lucky clothes. It is common among top poker players because they believe their styling choice could help them in a game. However, no one can actually affirm if that is true – everyone can choose to believe whatever they want to. For some, it could actually be their style; for others, they are just desperate for another win. It shouldn’t surprise you the level some people can actually take lucky clothes belief to.

Regarding the lucky clothes, they could come in different forms. For instance, some believe that a touch of red or black is a lucky colour and that they are bound to win the game for the day. This is common amongst Asians, especially Chinese, since they believe red symbolises wealth or good fortune – just as how their brides dress. For others, it could be particular clothing that won them a game or tournament in the past. There are also cases where people wear dirty clothes because they believe it rids them of bad luck. Overall, lucky clothes are a thing in the poker world.

Chips Arrangement and Counting on a Table
In poker, the chips are definitely a huge part of the game. However, some players believe winning is attached to how the chips are managed on the table. First, there is a standard way to stack chips on a table, but you are not limited to that method – you are free to try yours. Superstitiously, some people believe making weird stacks could actually improve their winning chances. It could be an arrangement in weird shapes, colour patterns or value positioning. For instance, some players keep the same distance between chips with high and low values.

According to many poker players and “The Gambler,” a popular song: “you should never count your money when at the table.” However, in a game like this, counting your chips is important because you need to know how many you have and develop better ways to play. As a matter of fact, you should count for other players in your head. For some years now, pro players have decided not to count their chips because they believe it is bad luck. While this may or may not be true, many people have followed it blindly and are not ready to drop it.

The Unlucky Player or Dealer
Poker is a game of chance but many players don’t take it that way. They believe the universe has a part to play in their winning or losing. Many intermediate and pro players put emphasis on another player or a dealer saying they influence their wins or losses. Truthfully, not everyone might win a poker round – losing is part of the game, but people find ways to shift blame when they lose. They could say a particular player or dealer is responsible for them losing – so they term such a person “The Unlucky Player” or “The Unlucky Dealer.”

Even though this is an excuse, many players have used this line for many years, and it doesn’t look like it will stop. Some just don’t know how to lose and they find a way to blame someone for their misfortune. It even gets worse in some situations – such a player could start insulting or shouting at other players or the dealer. Now, it gets funny when they eventually win; they find a factor and claim it has been missing in their previous games. This is just a reality in the poker world. Meanwhile, find out why crypto star Luke Hemsworth says he isn't an expert on cryptocurrency.

The Unlucky Hands
Since hands are dealt in poker, best think that there are beliefs about it influencing players’ wins and losses. Most professional players don’t consider this superstition, but beginners and intermediates may hold it dearly. Ideally, there are no lucky or unlucky hands since it is a game of chance, but on one or two occasions, some players have had bad experiences when dealing with a particular hand. The situation probably scarred them and made them believe nothing good could come from it in the future.

Talking about unlucky hands, many poker players believe high-value hands like the Aces and Kings are unfortunate. They would rather play another hand entirely than risk it. However, the truth is that every poker player will have their aces cracked at some point. Holding onto that loss is no good. The best thing to do is to develop new playing strategies and learn from the mistakes made and not blame a hand.

Conclusion
If you are new to poker, it is good to learn about the famous superstitions surrounding the game. However, holding on to the various beliefs is bad. It ruins your entire gaming experience and makes you look tacky as a player. So, instead of looking for a lucky charm or blaming your chips and hands, you should focus more on becoming a better player. Poker is purely mathematics, so use your mental skill effectively.










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