Playing games in the real world, isn't the same as a round of poker
Playing games is something I've always been good at. I know how to keep up a winning attitude, no matter how low your cards are. If you can't keep a straight face trough a game, you're no match. And the face looking straight at me is no match to me whatsoever.
His face growing more and more exasperating, as the cards gets laid down onto the table. It amuses me, really. He sighs. The frustration glowing out of his eyes.
His cards are probably worse than mine, but not much. If I wasn't so sure of how to read him, it would have been harder to win, but he's easier to read than a children's book. The way his eyes stares concentrated at his cards, his hand stroking away sweat from his brows, it's clearly he's not happy with his cards.
The easiest way to win a card game is to play like you'll always win. Always smile and act like you're on the top of the world, even if you loose a round. Then play like it's in your str