"In chess, you have just two opponents, each with identical...
There’s no argument against improving one’s mind. No...
There’s no argument against improving one’s mind.
No matter what field of expertise, social circumstance, personal or professional spectrum you operate in, enhancing your brain will only have positive consequences. Beyond the part of your life that you spend actively learning, earning and achieving, a sound mind also combats common geriatric conditions like dementia and Alzheimer’s. So it’s an investment of effort, the benefits of which you reap all the way till your grave.
But when it comes to investing said effort, a lot of us are discouraged by the sheer boring and/or tedious nature of the exercises that improve cranial capacity.
More often than not, they’re puzzles. While sudokus and crosswords make for a productive way to pass the time, they’re solitary undertakings, and are infamous for putting an active mind to sleep in the middle of the day.
A sport reaches its fame and prestige because of the sportsmen who commit to it.
Poker has grown massively over the years and a big part of it is due to the players who have made the sport famous and successful.
The Poker Hall Of Fame was introduced in 1979 and only the best are inducted in it. Let's find out who makes it into our hall of fame, so here are PokerNXT’s top 7 poker players of all time.
"In chess, you have just two opponents, each with identical resources, and with luck playing a minimal role. The real world is much more like a poker game, with multiple players trying to make the best of whatever hand fortune has dealt them.” – David Moschella