Poker Wonder Woman

At 6'5" tall, people often called me The Poker Amazon, but I don't really see myself clad in a short, leather toga carrying a bow and arrow. Rather, I see myself more like Poker's Wonder Woman, decked out in that red, white and blue costume.

Sure, the outfit is sexist, but, on a more practical note, I don't know if I still have the legs for those short shorts.

Yet, I've always loved her invisible airplane, gold cuff bracelets that deflected bullets (great protection against pocket aces), and lasso of truth. Yah, think about how useful that lasso would be at the poker table.

When a player tires to bluff you out of a huge pot, just gently lay the lasso around his shoulders, and ask, "Are you bluffing?"

Struggling to hold the words back, he blurts out, "Yes, I'm bluffing!"


Yesterday, while I was looking for pictures of Wonder Woman for this post, my husband spoiled that image of me as Poker's Wonder Women forever. He walked by and asked me, "What does red, white and blue stand for?"

When I gave him a puzzled look and shook my head, he replied, "Red, white and blue stands for redneck, white trash, and blue collar."

Thanks, Gregory! 

Even tho' you may not have magical cuff bracelets, you can still protect yourself at the poker table by remembering my motto…

If you can't raise, don't call.

Donna Blevins
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