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Howard Feldman | Playing the Ace but not getting anywhere

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Howard Feldman writes that while both he and Cyril Ramaphosa appear to be unlucky in the game of poker, at least his losses don't have as much impact as the president's.

As one of the world's worst poker players, I am hardly the right person to give anyone advice on how to play the game.

I have, in fact, long suspected that the invitations that I do receive to participate in an evening of cards, says nothing about my skill set and personality and everything about the fact that this fool and his money are easily parted.

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