Originally Posted by The Palimax
Ordered the 80's reprint. I"ll follow-up here next week.
Hmmm, 3 possibilities.
1) the book supports the notion that turning your hand over each and everytime, regardless of the circumstances is the proper way to play poker.
If this one is true, we will hear about it in detail.
2) The book refutes any notion that players should HAVE to show their hands, even if they admit they are beaten. Or at least it dimminishes the theory Palimax is trying to prove.
Wonder what will be said then? Maybe something like:
"It's an obscure book that no one has ever heard of and therefore it's point of view is unworthy of comment."
3) The book does not address the issue at all.
I'm not trolling here, I'm making a prediction. Look at what happened when a video documenting a dust up over IWTSTH is linked. A video such as one Palimax requested be found. Suddenly, it's not good enough of a video because yada, yada, yada...