You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that gambling with your health is not the way you should play the game of life. Gambling is also not a smart way to play poker, not if your goal is to be a winner. Even an amateur or recreational player tries to get home with more money in his pocket than before sitting down to play. It is better to “invest” rather than “bet” with your chips.
Gambling is when you don’t make sure that the prize (the chips you hope to win) will be much greater than the risk you take when playing poker. The game depends on sheer luck (chance) over which you have no control. The prize is determined by the number of chips in the pot versus what you have to “invest” to see the next card. We call these well probabilities visit wilayahpoker.
With draw cards (as is often the case with hole cards), the cards that must be raised to win the bet, the risk is determined by the odds of the cards estimated by the number of cards you have. How many invisible cards in the deck will make up your hand? The more relative to the size of the pot, the higher the prize you can expect. When the odds of the pot are greater than the odds of the card against you, then you have “positive expectations.” In the long run, you will be victorious. Some might equate it with getting a return on investment (ROI), just like successful entrepreneurs.
Both in health care as a part of life and in the game of poker, “gambling” is worth avoiding. Do not trust to chance. Be sure to always “invest” wisely. And tell that to your members of Congress who vote on our health care.