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I'm a middle school science teacher, wrestling coach, poker player, scuba diver, aikido black belt, amateur writer, and student of life. In the past I have tried to give back a little by volunteering at a children's home in Belmopan, Belize, Central America. I also love Frosted Flakes. I have taken a year sabbatical from my teaching position in order to sail the Caribbean. Does that sound crazy to you?

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

The dangers of research...

As a science teacher, research is an integral part of my psychological make up. So I consider reading poker books, articles, and blogs to be another form of research. When I come across some tidbit of information worth considering I go into thought mode and ponder it until I decide to use it or not.

Here’s the latest food for thought from Iggy at Guinness and Poker:

“For you fun-loving recreational players, I remember reading some random Mike Caro article about "protecting your bankroll" in which he espoused that you can be more reckless with a small bankroll than you can with a large one. And more importantly, how most players treat their bankrolls just the opposite. And how, if you have a poker bankroll, it's for poker *only*.In other words, if you have a good job and a few hundred bucks online that is easily replaceable, take some shots.”



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