A hustler is a kind of creative businessman who makes money by exploiting a particular ignorance, weakness, or loophole in a customer base. If you go about it smartly, safely and diligently, you can make easy money on the side or as a full time gig. To be a hustler, or someone who finds creative ways to make money off of others, think of something cheap you can buy and then sell for more to those in your community.
Had you been at the U. Supreme Court on February 28, you might have thought you'd wandered into the middle of a revolution. The first sign the old order was crumbling was the line of people in front of the building.
At 29, Danny Basavich has already peaked at his chosen profession. Basavich is an immensely gifted pool hustler, or used to be until his reputation spread, making it hard for him to find any worthwhile action. It doesn't help that Basavich is undisguisable.
I might be out that way in august, your reports will come in handy! As I mentioned in my last post, I finally broke through with a decent win at the Commerce Casino. I followed up my win at Commerce with a nice session at Hustler.
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Hustling is the deceptive act of disguising one's skill in a sport or game with the intent of luring someone of probably lesser skill into gambling or gambling for higher than current stakes with the hustler, as a form of both a confidence trick and match fixing. It is most commonly associated with, and originated in pocket billiards poolbut also can be performed with regard to other sports and gambling activities. Hustlers may also engage in " sharking "—distracting, disheartening, enraging, or even threatening their opponents—to throw them off.
Life is an amazing phenomenon. While some life gets extinguished somewhere, new life comes into existence somewhere else. This very phenomenon occurred in the world of online poker.
Ricky Jay estimates that he has had a deck of cards in his hand almost every day for nearly half a century. You may have seen the world-renowned sleight-of-hand expert as the guy who runs the saloon's gaming tables in the HBO series "Deadwood. The last time he appeared on this program, he talked about his book "Learned Pigs and Fireproof Women.
I was keeping things updated on my Twitter and Facebook pages, but then my phone died. Just in time, naturally, to miss me going on a complete tear. Down to 11K in chips with my 3K big blind already in the middle, I faced a raise to 9K from the big stack on the button with A6 hearts. Not this time; he had KK.