Upon writing this article I felt the need to touch up my poker skills by playing Bioshock Infinite. It’s called the Law of Inverse. In order to improve on one thing, you do something that’s not related and subconsciously, you become better at the other thing. That’s right.
There’s a confession I have to make. There is no Law of Inverse. If there is, then it’s definitely not what I described. All of that was made up. It spawned from my creativity and it was said in order to change your perception of reality. For some, it worked. For others, unfortunately it did not. I just need to put a little bit more effort into deceiving you. Sort of like how this poker player plans to beat you in an MMA fight, and he’s willing to put up to $50,000. Check out what professional poker player, Andrew Robl, said on his blog compliments of Poker.org.
Robl also reveals that he has dedicated some time lately to practice jiujitsu in Las Vegas, and although he admits being a beginner he is ready to put his skills to a test in a cage fight challenge for $50,000.
“I’ve been training MMA [Mixed Martial Arts], mostly jiujitsu, three to four times a week. It’s humbling to be a beginner at something – and humility is something I’ve been trying to gain more of. The coolest thing is seeing the slow improvements every day. I think learning new skills and constantly improving yourself is key to happiness in life,” Robl writes.
“I was planning on doing a $50,000 cage fight with Sorel Mizzi come WSOP time – but Sorel backed out of the bet. He’s had enough problems recently without having to worry about my fists breaking his face. Sorel has always been a great guy in my experience – and I certainly hope the rumors about him aren’t true. If they are he made a huge mistake – and I only hope he makes amens and learns from the experience. If any beginning fighter wants to make a wager on a fight – let me know!” he adds.
Keep in mind he’s looking for fighters that are just beginning — like Henry Cejudo. He’s only had two MMA fights. That guy seems like a good candidate. Props to Sherdog for the find.