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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* This song is was written to be performed at the [[Little Gray Book]] Lecture #22, "How To Gamble And Win".
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* This song is from the [[Little Gray Books]] Lecture #22, "How To Gamble And Win".
 
* Jonathan does play poker.  It was at a poker game during the Pop!Tech conference in Camden, ME that he was asked by editors of Popular Science magazine to become the magazine's contributing troubadour.
 
* Jonathan does play poker.  It was at a poker game during the Pop!Tech conference in Camden, ME that he was asked by editors of Popular Science magazine to become the magazine's contributing troubadour.
* When asked during the [[A Talk with JoCo, Part 2 (Undocumented Songs)|A Talk with JoCo]] interview series as to why a poker player would be praying for so paltry a thing as "even a pair," Jonathan pointed out that if you don't even have that, a pair would be an improvement.
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* When questioned by a fan as to why a poker player would be playing for so paltry a thing as "even a pair," Jonathan pointed out that if you don't even have that, a pair would be an improvement.
  
 
== Availability ==
 
== Availability ==
 
Available only as a download.
 
Available only as a download.
 
An mp3 of the Little Gray Book performance is available for download [http://www.mediafire.com/?8ccxrc1tqra here].
 
  
 
== Themes ==
 
== Themes ==

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