As the stakes continue to rise
Herald writer Alison Rowat scribes her thoughts on America’s latest big bet into Iran yesterday (giving us the new poker term, "Carrot and Stick"), comparing the U.S.’s offer to a "butterfly that flapped its wings in one continent and caused a tornado in another…"
Leave it to a woman to describe maneuvering at the high-stakes game of
She continues by saying, "…America’s offer of talks with Iran could herald the start of something big."
Typically, people trying to be a table captain (or as Rowat put it, a new "sheriff in town") like Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (at left) only respond by brute force and continually coming over the top on them (particularly with F/A22’s). At the game of Persian Poker, negotiating at the final table is rarely an option, if only because it’s hard to negotiate with a partner who is delusional, irrational, and
But you never know. The new breed of Internet players brought a new style to the game of no limit hold’em