Playing card games can have its positive and negative moments. Numerous well-known figures, including celebrities, were enthusiasts of card games like Gin Rummy, Poker, and Canasta, encouraging many players to enjoy the game similarly.

Many of us continue to be inspired by these games, and some celebrities took a step further and discussed them publicly.

From the moment they arrived in India, card games have enthralled us. No other card game compares to rummy in terms of pleasure and excitement.

Every day, millions of aspiring and professional poker players compete in this exhilarating game on thousands of websites that offer online poker.

They probably opt to play poker primarily because of how energising it is. Even while it's true that not every round of poker can be won, millions of people still play it frequently. Players of poker are enthralled by the intense competition that permeates the online poker community and take great interest in the game.

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You can always discover expressions that have their roots in card games, regardless of the mood or sentiment you're trying to convey, whether it's sarcasm, anger, humour, seriousness, or anything else. Even many people play cards for a living.

Please read some of the most motivational quotes about Poker, Indian rummy and other card games in this post to get inspired to play one more game before you call it a day. It's time to be motivated!

Quotes About Playing Cards

1. Jawaharlal Nehru - "Life is like a game of cards. The hand that is dealt you represents determinism; the way you play it is free will."

2. James Altucher: 'Poker is a skill game pretending to be a chance game.'

3. Walter B. Gibson - "So simple is the basic game of Rummy that the best way to learn it is to just play it."

4. Paul Newman: 'If you're playing a poker game and you look around the table and can't tell who the sucker is, it's you.'

5. Susan Perry (A writer, novelist, and social psychologist.) - "If you were to put together a 'Greatest Hits' list for card games, you'd have to put Rummy at the top. Probably more people have played Rummy than any other card game."

6. Warren Karp: 'Forget about a chip and a chair; give me a hand and I'll stand.'

7. Jack London (Author) - "Life is not a matter of holding good cards, but sometimes, playing a poor hand well."

8. Albert H. Morehead (A writer for the NYT) - "A beginner with any native common sense can play passable Rummy."

9. Josh Billings (A famous humour writer) - "Life consists not in holding good cards but in playing those you hold well."

10. Jonathan Swift: 'I must complain the cards are ill shuffled till I have a good hand.'

11. Ron Livingston (An American actor.) - "If you play your cards right things are going to happen in the long run. In the short run, it is anybody's guess."

12. Jonathan Swift - "I must complain the cards are ill shuffled, till I have a good hand."

13. Mike Caro: 'Aces are larger than life and greater than mountains.'

14. Oscar Wilde (An Irish poet and playwright.) - "One should always play fair when one has the winning cards."

15. Voltaire (writer, historian, and philosopher.) - "Each player must accept the cards life deals him or her: but once they are in hand, he or she alone must decide how to play the cards in order to win the game."

16. David Parlett - "Rummy is deservedly popular because it is easy to learn, fast to play, suitable for all ages, playable by any number, and as suitable for all"

17. Rachel Shelley: 'There is no such thing as women's intuition. You all just have crap poker faces.'

18. Jeannette Walls - "God deals us all different hands. How we play 'em is up to us."

19. R. Kudelis: 'If you can't beat them, bluff them.'

20. Stu Ungar (An American professional rummy player) - "When the cards are dealt, I just want to destroy people."

21. Mike Ciro: 'It is hard to convince a winner that he is losing.'

21. Shunryu Suzuki - "In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert's mind there are few."

22. Francis Quarles (An English poet) - "Has fortune dealt you some bad cards? Then let wisdom make you a good gamester."

23. David Parlett - 'The vast majority of card games are folk games: they do not have official rules of universal applicability, but are played in slightly different ways from town to town, from club to club, from home to home, sometimes even from day to day by the same group of players'r.

Now that you have read all these quotes, how would you quote this spectacular game called 'Poker'? Join the online poker community already playing on Spartan Poker.