Jens 'n' Frens
Idle thoughts of a relatively libertarian Republican in Cambridge, MA, and whomever he invites. Mostly political.
"A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures." -- Daniel Webster
Monday, February 08, 2010 :::
You could imagine two ways of paying poker poorly: either you fold too often, or not often enough. It doesn't terribly surprise me that the usual way, especially for novices, is not to fold often enough, thus winning more hands than average. (You can follow the link to see that I'm reading my own interpretation onto this a bit.)