T. Dana Smith

Gaming Today T. Dana Smith

T. Dana Smith is the author of four gaming books, including "The Championship Table at the WSOP." Formerly the owner of Cardsmith Publishing and columnist for Card Player and other magazines, she is senior editor at Cardoza Publishing and book critic for Gamblers Book Club.

 

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According to Denis Waitley, 'Life is a self-fulfilling prophecy'

According to Denis Waitley, 'Life is a self-fulfilling prophecy'

posted on June 19, 2012 by

Gambler's Edge |  “Life is a self-fulfilling prophecy. You usually get what you actively expect,” says former astronaut turned psychologist Denis Waitley in his audio series, The Psychology of Winning.

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Five ways to conquer fear of losing at poker

Five ways to conquer fear of losing at poker

posted on June 05, 2012 by

Gambler's Edge |  Using Viscott’s five-point plan for taking risks can lead you to the success you want and deserve, whether in business or in gambling. “It’s always a risk to change anything about your life,” he says.

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Byron 'Cowboy' Wolford's Tale from the Poker Trail

Byron 'Cowboy' Wolford's Tale from the Poker Trail

posted on May 29, 2012 by

Tales from the Poker Trail | When I heard about the big game in Waco, I decided to go down there to play. I bought in for my case $400, won a few hands, and quit when I was a couple thousand winner. 

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Concentration, knowledge critical to gain 'The Gamblers Edge'

Concentration, knowledge critical to gain 'The Gamblers Edge'

posted on May 29, 2012 by

Gambler's Edge |  S.L.A.C.K. is the acronym for skill, luck, attitude, concentration and knowledge, five ingredients in gaining “The Gamblers Edge.” This column covers the final two elements of the formula: Concentration and Knowledge.

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Luck and attitude import aspects for S.L.A.C.K. in poker

Luck and attitude import aspects for S.L.A.C.K. in poker

posted on May 22, 2012 by

Gambler's Edge | S.L.A.C.K. is the acronym for skill, luck, attitude, concentration and knowledge, five ingredients in gaining “The Gamblers Edge.” This column covers luck and attitude. 

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