Take a 5-minute break from the solver. Sit out from all of those cash game tables. We looked at every meme on the r/poker Reddit for a month and filtered for posts with decent laugh equity.

Enjoy.

R/Poker Reddit Memes from March and Late February 2024.

Meme #1. Will he peel and see another card?

The scariest thing about this one is thinking about shuffling undried banana chips. Long sessions aren't recommended.

The puns came shortly afterward:

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Meme #3. The Doug Polk/Vanessa Selbst jokes mercilessly continue.

This has to be one of the most common meme trends on r/Poker.

The poker Reddit members seem to always have time to polk fun at Doug and Vanessa.

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Meme #5. Solve for wife?

This would be a great time to check your win rate.

One user commented, "She's really polarised in this spot."

Others wanted more data:

Others had already run the simulation:

Meme #6. The poker gods don't care about your position.

A classic meme for a classic situation.

While some of r/Poker Reddit was focused on strategy, the comment section was full of similar sad stories.

Meme #7. Pinterest poker wisdom?

You won't find a lot of poker content on Pinterest unless you're decorating a card room, but this user found something.

Despite being about sea life, it's quite accurate.

Meme #8: Is that Christoph Vogelsang?

Maybe it was just chilly in the casino or maybe Vogelsang's fashion was the inspiration here.

Covering faces with sweaters and hoodies is usually not a breach of the rules, but this takes it a bit far.

Still, this dress code is far worse than what Phil Hellmuth thinks Ike Haxton should stop doing.

Those were the best poker Reddit posts of March (and early February). We'll wait for more to accumulate and let you know.