Matt's Dream Job: Professional Poker Player! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Matt's Dream Job: Professional Poker Player!

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KHQ.COM - I have been playing the game of poker for about 5 years. It is a game of skill, disguise, and a bit of luck. I'm certainly no professional, but even someone like me can win a tournament every once in awhile- that's what makes it great! What's fascinating is the variety of people you meet while sitting at a poker table.

Northern Quest Resort & Casino was kind enough to invite me into their poker room and play a few hands while chatting with the Manager Chris Pendell. He brought up some interesting points about the game that I have never thought of including how it can be used as a networking tool for other jobs.

If you decide to play, do so responsibly and stick to your budget. Check out the videos and may all your hands come up aces!

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