Tuesday, May 02, 2006

A Pokerparty Lowdown

Is poker a sport? There have been a few stories and notions on this topic of late and as far as I'm concerned there is no way poker is a sport. I'm guessing that a lot of the premise on this idea stems from the notion that since poker is being televised on ESPN that it should be considered a sport. First off, there is absolutely no physical assertion being used whatsoever at the poker table and therefore it is not a sport. I'll admit mentally, that poker is right up there with golf as far as being worn down. But, that does not classify it as a sport. Really I don't see the big deal with it having to be classified as a sport. Like who cares, it is a game and you can throw a PokerParty whenever you feel like it.

Let's just enjoy the game of poker as we know it and don't worry about having to find a classification for the game. The professionals don't care about being called athletes and that's good because they are not. The only athletes in poker are those that come from a sports background and that's it.

Poker is a game, and its a great game but it sure is not a sport.

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