A flowchart showing knowledge gained from Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler”
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17 Responses to “A flowchart showing knowledge gained from Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler””
I disagree. In context, “dealin’” clearly doesn’t mean the deal of a particular hand, but instead means the entire evening (or in the larger context of the song, one’s entire life, but let’s set that aside).
After all, you never count your money when you’re sittin’ at the table — and you’re still sittin’ at the table after one hand.
Yes, that’s right. Everything in my flowchart below Sittin’ at the Table is presumed to happen while you’re still sitting there (hold them, fold them), until the dealing’s done, at which point you either walk away or run away and can then, finally, count your money.
Well Stephen, not to be offensive here, but when one creator disagrees with several commenters, it is usually a good sign that the general public disagrees with the one creator. So stop going “I’m not wrong, the world is wrong”, and consider that you might wanna alter that chart.
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