I'm sure there has to be a couple about, even for play money or with friends for a laugh, etc. What stakes and where do you play? Online/live, texas hold'em/draw/stud? For the record, I play $0.02/$0.05 and $0.05/$0.10 full ring cash games on Full Tilt, as well as the occasional $2 SNG. Currently I'm only playing no limit hold'em (NLH) for real money. Online play at that kind of level is pretty simple; fortunately most of the players aren't very good and it's quite profitable. In terms of live play, I run the college society, and we play weekly £5 tournaments and £0.01/£0.02 NLH cash games. We can usually get 9 players within short notice, and the games are pretty friendly. Everyone have a good time and it's cheaper than a night out, so it's all good. I find that a lot of people still think poker is gambling. As a poker player, it really isn't; as it's evident that over a sufficient sample, the good players will always come out ahead. Any thoughts on this?