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    Post Poker's Lessons on Affiliate Marketing

    In a recent conversation we stumbled upon a interesting discovery. The critical lessons of Poker, all apply to Affiliate Marketing as well! Now, maybe we're a bit too fond of gambling, and maybe we're over simplifying things a bit, but read through our list of rules and see if you don't agree.
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    nice

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    That is a damn good post. Maybe your best.

    Women are the rake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmccarley
    That is a damn good post. Maybe your best.
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by rmccarley
    Women are the rake.
    Only in the poker game of life... and really even thats not true.*



    *keep in mind my wife and I are still in our "honeymoon" stage so I might be a bit biased.... not to mention I'd like to keep it that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmccarley
    Women are the rake.
    Hm. I saw somebody saying that poker affiliates now are aiming at dating services?

    And since we are talking about the game:
    3. Andreas Walnum raises to $60,000 from middle position and Joe Pelton calls from the small blind. The flop comes AdiamondQspade8diamond and Pelton checks. Walnum bets $100,000 and Pelton makes the call. The turn is the 6diamond and Pelton bets $250,000. Walnum makes the call and the river is the 8club. Pelton bets $350,000 and Walnum moves all in for $613,000 more. Pelton thinks for a few minutes before making the call. Walnum turns over 6club6heart for sixes full and Pelton mucks his hand.
    http://www.cardplayer.com./tournaments/live_updates/2319/10266

    Andreas Walnum is from the north of Norway and is now playing at the final table. And yeah, he is chip leader and if he is able to keep this position he gets $1,090,025. GL.
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    so when are we having the refugee poker team signups?

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    Quote Originally Posted by okguyjames
    so when are we having the refugee poker team signups?
    we should have a refugee tourney.

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    I'm all in.
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    Donna was nice enough to submit this story to digg for us.

    http://www.digg.com/business_finance...iate_Marketing

    Thanks Donna!

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    Nice article. I actually want to add that same rules apply in any business. Business and poker both play people to win money.
    "This is business: the light at the end of the tunnel is usually an oncoming train!"

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