Yesterday I shared some of the blogs that I read. After doing so, I got some responses and tweets about it. It made me realize that I have quite a few poker friends and poker pros that I follow on Twitter. I follow about 380 twitterers and I am followed by as least as much.
Recently, when I mentioned that I wanted to find a way to cover up my cards when I play online poker, I got back at least 8 responses. Some were suggestions of how I could accomplish that. Thank you. Two were supportive of the concept and one even supplied me with a poker article about a poker player who played against 180 and won the tournament without once ever looking at her cards. One of the respondents was genuinely concerned that I might be giving up an edge to my opponent if I tried that out.
For those of you who don’t know about twitter, let’s just say that it is a method of communications on the Internet. Twitter allows you to express yourself in a message of 140 characters or less. The messages are called “tweets”. The persons sending messages are called “twitterers”. Go to Mashable.Com to see a whole list of twitter terms.
If you don’t have an account, that’s ok. Go to WWW.Twitter.com. Just use their search box and type in #poker or #tpt or even stevebrogan. There you will see the information that people are typing; their conversations. Caution: People are allowed to say anything they want, so cover your ears if bad words might offend you.
If you don’t use twitter, you might be missing out on a new experience. Start slowing. Follow people and organizations that interest you. Participate and enjoy.
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