Poker Cards Tarot Reading Mojo Tarot Cards. It is a very little known secret that the average Poker player is very superstitious lot! Many times down on his luck, he prays to the poker gods to bring him luck… Just for when Lady Luck does not smile upon him, he brings his lucky mojo along with him.
A No Limit Texas Holdem Player’s lucky Mojo is his card protector. The card protector is charged with a ‘Luck Spell’, so to bring luck to the player. Moreover, a ‘Draw Money to You Spell’, obviously – so to draw money to the player.
No player ever dares touch your card protector, much less take it away from you. They would meet the casino’s security guards!… However, if a player ever does win it from you, you can also charge your card protector with a curse. Such a curse could be an ‘itchy fingers curse’. If a player wins your card protector from you, and touches it so to take it home with him, his fingers would hitch until he lets you try to win it back from him.
A mojo can be of great help to poker players like me who most often ends-up playing blind. When this happens to me, I feel more comfortable when the player against me made some sort of negative comment about my mojo, and that he is on TILT.
Another little known secret about us No Limit Texas Holdem Players is, Tarot! Besides learning math, a good poker player knows how to read Tarot Cards. Any card game is a Tarot Spread for a Tarot Reader. Always keep at the front of your mind, that a plain deck of playing cards has the Courts and the Pips of the Minor Arcana. In other words, when the dealer deals cards out during a game, he is not dealing out the Core Forces of the Major Arcana. In other words, each player holding a Court card (or more than one of those), is in reaction to the energy of the dealer. There are only reactions to his energy. The Courts will also influence the Pips. The Pips are in reaction to the Courts. The Courts and the Pips will both cause the players to put out tells while at the poker table.