joerob04

High Risk High Reward Tattoo Ideas

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I'm a poker player and tend to make high risk, high reward business decisions. Anybody have any suggestions for a cool tattoo for this other than this. Originally I was just going to get High risk on the back of my left arm and High Reward on the back of my right so you could read it when behind me, but I'm thinking that's kinda boring. Any help is appreciated.

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i would get a monkey holding an open mouth snake in one hand and a frog in another. he is intently studying the two deciding which on to force onto his monkey wee wee

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i would get a monkey holding an open mouth snake in one hand and a frog in another. he is intently studying the two deciding which on to force onto his monkey wee wee

Massive monkey hardon

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You could get a moustache on the inside of one of your fingers then you could pretend you have a moustache when really you don't, would be awesome at the tables.

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Skeleton hand/wrist pushing in a pile of chips with "All In" written underneath.

Although the monkey with the snake & frog is a stroke of genius.

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in all seriousness, there are a bunch of timeless tattoo designs that incorporate cards and gambling. just talk to a tattooer that you'd be interested in going to and i'm sure they could hook you up.

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How about the word's "Worst Poker Player" on your face.

High risk = It's on your face

High reward = People think you make terrible decisions and you are bad at poker so you can bluff easier

Kidding aside, a "man's ruin" tattoo would be awesome or what @CultExciter said, but maybe it could be "worst possible set of cards with the word 'All in' in a banner"

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