Psychic Poker

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Poker is a game of skill and chance. Some say it is 50-50%, while others say it is 70-30%. You are told to ignore the "chance" element and focus purely on "skill" because it will pay out over the longer run. In time, however, even seasoned professionals find that they have reached the peak in terms of skill - and they resign themselves to just playing their best game.

What if you could control the "chance" element in poker? Would that improve ...

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Overview

Poker is a game of skill and chance. Some say it is 50-50%, while others say it is 70-30%. You are told to ignore the "chance" element and focus purely on "skill" because it will pay out over the longer run. In time, however, even seasoned professionals find that they have reached the peak in terms of skill - and they resign themselves to just playing their best game.

What if you could control the "chance" element in poker? Would that improve your game?

This book defines that "chance" component as being composed of luck, intuition, and foresight. Human beings possess a subtle energy field that envelops the physical body. When activated, it is capable of manufacturing luck and producing remarkably accurate powers of intuition and foresight. Beneath the deceptive fabric of everyday reality, energy fields continually wage wars to determine who "gets lucky." Individuals who possess active energy fields will dominate those with passive energy fields.

How can you activate your energy field and put it to use at the poker table?

This book provides the answers. Author Sunil Padiyar offers an engaging study of both the scientific and spiritual aspects of luck, intuition and foresight. He takes the reader on a riveting journey from the modern theories of Quantum Physics to the metaphysical theories of the ancient Hindu Upanishads (written as far back as in the first millennium BC). Based on his intriguing findings, the author presents practical techniques to harness psychic powers and put them to use in winning at the poker table.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453830543
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 9/26/2010
  • Pages: 164
  • Sales rank: 1,306,612
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.37 (d)

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