With the legalization of online poker in New Jersey and Nevada, it's only a matter of time before more states follow suit. Why not celebrate by prepping a decked out, tech'd-up home
office gambling den in which to lose hard-earned money in total comfort? Here's what you'll need to get started:
Here's an imagined set-up dreamed up by an online player, one of many you'll see in an insanely long thread on a poker message board.
When toggling between multiple poker tables/ your bank accounts to make sure there's money left to fritter away, a mouse with a lightning-quick click speed is critical. Snag this Editor's Choice gamer's mouse from PC Mag that's just $60, but will get the job done.
One Monitor To Rule Them All
The smart folks at FirstTimePokerPlayer.com offer knowledgeable breakdowns of which monitors are best suited for poker playing, including the gorgeous Dell UltraSharp.
Losing on a bad beat to lesser players is inevitable, so stop beating yourself up, and start beating up this Everlast Cardio Strike bag.
Instead of dropping $1k on an Aeron chair, try a less expensive ergonomic beaut from Lorell at a fraction of the cost.
Losing is part of the game, and since motivational posters aren't fooling anyone into trying harder, try hanging a Demotivator poster on your wall -- and hope they have a high resale value if you lose your entire life savings.
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