This Casino Poker Virgin Needs Help With His Hands
We like gambling (duh), but there's one game in the casino that we've shied away from for a few reasons - poker. We've been playing poker with our friends since we were in grade school. Nothing big, just change and small bill limits. We love flexing our muscle with our friends, but it's more about bragging rights than it is about the money. We tried our hands at casino poker once, but were thoroughly bored by playing the game with strangers.
Everyone in the room was so serious. Nobody looked like they were having fun. We were used to playing and drinking with our friends. We gamble to have fun. Playing poker in a casino, with strangers, wasn't so much fun. We swore that we wouldn't play again, but that may be changing soon. We're growing bored with the traditional casino games and the new casino games seem to be a little bit of a stretch for us. So, we're considering giving poker another chance. Maybe the WSOP has had an effect on us. It usually stokes our coals to play poker. This year is no different.
This leads us to ask a few questions and why not ask them here? Let's imagine we're novices at playing poker in a casino since we kind of are.
Where is a good casino to try our virgin hands at poker?
Is there a best time of day to play?
What limits should we play?
Any special ways to keep the game interesting?
Did we miss any other basics? We're open to ideas.
We're probably going to give our reborn poker virginity up in the next few weeks and look forward to any advice you may have.