Dealers Choice

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Apr 17 17

The only hand in poker that can beat four aces is a royal flush. If you have four aces and get beat by a royal flush it is called a bad beat. The payout for a bad beat is much larger than the payout for winning a hand with four aces. It isn’t often that losing offers a bigger payout than winning. What if losing always had a bigger payout? What would it mean to fail up? What if losing got you closer to your purpose? Offered clarity? Growth? New ideas? More money? Security?

Dealers choice right?

A therapist can help you change perspective and sort through disappointments, problems, “failures” , bad beats. It may help to have a trained professional help you discover what could emerge from this bad beat rather than asking why did this happen to me.┬áIs there another way to look at this problem?

Disclaimer:
This post is in no way meant to promote gambling. If you think you have a problem with gambling please go to:
http://www.gamblersanonymous.org/ga/