Thursday, July 21, 2011

Poker Fashion – Going All In

For the poker player who opts for more of a "sharp dress," there are several pros who set a great example: Daniel Negreanu and Marcel Luske to name a couple. If you fit into the category of “expensive wardrobe tastes,” and you don't have the financial backing to strut your stuff, do like the ladies do. Don't fake it, imitate it. There are great imitations - well, let's call them what they are - knock-off fashions for women and men that can make you look like a million bucks without having to spend thousands. Who can honestly afford multiple Armani or Dolce & Gabbana suits from a retailer? Or for the ladies, any number of designer cocktail dresses? Chances are, you don't have over a grand to spend on a suit or dress, and if you did, you'd much rather add that fat cash to your bankroll.

If you've just got to have them, get busy relying on online outlets as well as auction sites such as eBay for designer duds. Why people fear purchasing the top brands at discounted prices is a mystery. In terms of poker fashion, nothing turns the heads or suggests success more than a well tailored suit or dress. It's in our nature to respect it. If you're in the market for the high priced goods, take a cue from your play at the table and bluff. Who's gonna know?

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