Tag: gambling

“Any Economically Successful Man Doesn’t Gamble”

By Thomas J. Stanley on Sep 27th, 2011 in Current Events

As of March, 2011, “there were 1.7 million active poker player accounts in the US from players wagering around $14 billion a year online” (see The Wall Street Journal). A lot of these players must feel that they can gamble themselves into millionaire status.  And who can blame them?  Cable television relentlessly glorifies gambling and constantly associates poker playing, especially, […]