IDG Contributor Network: It’s a roll-your-own Internet of Things world

For years, my family had a Thanksgiving Day tradition of playing a friendly game of poker.

House rules were that the dealer picked the rules of the hand — and boy, were there some crazy, almost unrecognizable versions of poker played around the family dining room table.

My personal favorite was a version called Roll-Your-Own.

In this version of seven-card stud, every card was dealt down, and you assembled your hand any way you liked — rolling the up-cards as best befit your strategy (using that term very loosely!)

I was reminded of these Thanksgiving Day poker games recently as I walked the show floor at Internet of Things World, held a few months ago in Santa Clara, California.

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For years, my family had a Thanksgiving Day tradition of playing a friendly game of poker.

House rules were that the dealer picked the rules of the hand — and boy, were there some crazy, almost unrecognizable versions of poker played around the family dining room table.

My personal favorite was a version called Roll-Your-Own.

In this version of seven-card stud, every card was dealt down, and you assembled your hand any way you liked — rolling the up-cards as best befit your strategy (using that term very loosely!)

I was reminded of these Thanksgiving Day poker games recently as I walked the show floor at Internet of Things World, held a few months ago in Santa Clara, California.

To read this article in full, please click here

IDG Contributor Network: It’s a roll-your-own Internet of Things world

For years, my family had a Thanksgiving Day tradition of playing a friendly game of poker.

House rules were that the dealer picked the rules of the hand — and boy, were there some crazy, almost unrecognizable versions of poker played around the family dining room table.

My personal favorite was a version called Roll-Your-Own.

In this version of seven-card stud, every card was dealt down, and you assembled your hand any way you liked — rolling the up-cards as best befit your strategy (using that term very loosely!)

I was reminded of these Thanksgiving Day poker games recently as I walked the show floor at Internet of Things World, held a few months ago in Santa Clara, California.

To read this article in full, please click here

For years, my family had a Thanksgiving Day tradition of playing a friendly game of poker.

House rules were that the dealer picked the rules of the hand — and boy, were there some crazy, almost unrecognizable versions of poker played around the family dining room table.

My personal favorite was a version called Roll-Your-Own.

In this version of seven-card stud, every card was dealt down, and you assembled your hand any way you liked — rolling the up-cards as best befit your strategy (using that term very loosely!)

I was reminded of these Thanksgiving Day poker games recently as I walked the show floor at Internet of Things World, held a few months ago in Santa Clara, California.

To read this article in full, please click here