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The P/Joker Face - by Student Gaga

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Its all a poker game, where we all have our cards and we need to play. We need to keep this poker face in the game where no one should know or make out what our cards are.

This is what we are suppose to do.

However, I ask this question - .... why so serious ? ;)

What's the game without some fun.
In real life there are all types: the ones who play safe, play serious, play for fun, play as a religion, play till the end, back out in the start.

But if you are in the game you have to play. Some play to enjoy, some play to win. In the end one has to win.
It all depends on how well you use your cards. Everyone has been given a fixed number of cards, in some rounds my cards are lucky, in some yours. What matters the most is the faith in your own cards and play till the end.

It doesn't matter whether you win or lose. Because finally one person wins. This round it's you, the next maybe somebody else. Thats how it is supposed to be, so... In the end you should get up from the table happy and joyous. So why keep the poker face?

Instead keep the joker face and smile through the game. In the end whether your stars prove lucky or not you shall leave the table with a bunch of smiles and a lesson for tomorrows game.

So play the game with the joker face. Always smiling yet mystic. In fact the joker face makes people more suspicious and you unpredictable leaving you with good health. So it's all a win-win situation.

So why play so serious. Play clean, play with a joker face, winning in the end leaving a smile behind with a pinch of mystery.

So keep betting, keep winning, coz all the cards are the same, the trick lies in the p/joker face. Cheers ! :)
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