Simplicity is a brilliance

Last week, I discussed purity and how it can relate with poker.This week, we'll be looking at simplicity.While they are similar concepts, simplicity is more about foundations, like the hydrogen atom pictured above.Hydrogen is listed in the first space on the periodic table, with an atomic number of – It is the lightest element known, and the absolute most abundant, constituting about three-quarters of the universes' elemental mass.

It is the keystone of literally everything we all know

The rules of poker are extremely simple, relatively speaking.Let's eliminate the betting structure entirely and focus on the play it self for a minute: cards are ranked by their value, from Two through Ace.Ace beats a King beats a Queen, etc. Two identically-valued cards beat one card: a couple of Twos beats a single Ace, and a couple of higher-valued cards beats the pair of Twos.If you're looking over this blog, I'm pretty sure you understand how the rest of it works through Straights, Flushes, Four of a Kind, and so forth В

Simplicity is a brilliance

They're simple, easy-to-understand concepts.

Understand these, know these, realize how things combine and make new things — hydrogen bonds with nitrogen and makes cyanide, but can bond with oxygen to make water — and you will know the standard fundamentals of the game and expand and start to become a force to be reckoned with at the tables.

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