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This is a discussion on card games, are you good at it? within the ISTP Forum - The Mechanics forums, part of the SP's Temperament Forum- The Creators category; Was wondering how good do you see yourself in card games? Say poker for instances. Cant comment on myself since ...

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    card games, are you good at it?

    Was wondering how good do you see yourself in card games?
    Say poker for instances.

    Cant comment on myself since the last time i did play any card games was in the 7. grade. Didnt do so good back then, no idea about the rules even.



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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    I hate money-risk games. Bad for my heart. And I'm really bad in having tactics. I'm not N enough to get really dragged into it with keeping scores and remembering which cards already fell ... But if the game is not too serious or if it is a solitaire, I'm up for it!

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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    I fucking love poker. But only the two-person (heads-up) variety. The other is too slow.
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    ISTP - The Mechanics


    I love card games. Well, most all games, board, dominoes, dice...

    The best players I've known are all NTs. They play like it's a matter of life and death. Strategy, thinking two moves ahead, scrutinizing and anticipating their opponent. No thanks. I'm competitive, but I'm playing a game, not going to war.
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    ISTP - The Mechanics


    I enjoy card games as well. I get competitive depending on who I am playing with. As for poker, I believe it to be mostly based on luck.... but I do have a great poker face.
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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    I love all sorts of card and board games: poker (mostly of the Texas Hold 'Em variety), cribbage, chess, gin, euchre, etc.

    I'm very competitive...I want to win, but I'm not a sore loser. But, everyone knows: I always win. Huh...that's why nobody plays with me.
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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    I'm ok at card games i guess. But i get easily bored with it, i rather play a board game. But poker (texas hold 'em) is fun. People always say I'm lucky in games, and the first time i played poker with money i won! The funny thing is that the ones i played against had played for years, on the internet and private games, and i were quite new at it and had only played a couple of times before. I got a great laugh at there expense
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    I'm pretty good at poker and egyptian ratscrew (is it pronounced ratscrew?).
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    ISTP - The Mechanics

    I'm not sure -- I crashed a poker game once a few years ago. They taught me the rules but I had to keep consulting my "list" of hands to make sure I was betting right.
    I ended up winning the whole game and $50 on the river -- I calculated that there was a vague chance my card would turn up, and so I decided to follow my impulse and let it ride.
    Just luck, but I think i irritated the guys since I wasn't in on their regular poker night.
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    I pretty much suck at card games. I like playing, though.
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