Major League

A major-league game is the highest-stake game; it is the most valuable game to the good player. He tries to populate that game with (1) players having the most money to lose, (2) compulsive gamblers, and (3) players "trying their luck" in the big game. In that game, the good player continually pushes the pace and stakes to the maximum. The size and health of the big game depend on the availability of poor players and their financial resources.

The minor-league or smaller-stake games are a major source of poor players for major-league games.

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