Being an atheist, Pascal's Wager has always been an interesting argument. It doesn't make me want to bet on God existing because there's a 50/50 chance that I'll be damned for not believing. It simply piques my interest in belief based on a bet and the actual mirth of that belief.
Garber reflects on the nature of the belief that you may acquire from the wager. He raises some interesting points, but I felt he rambled on in a few places. He also mentioned many times in the short essay that he was unsure of some aspect or that he couldn't think of something in an argument. Garber should have done a little more research before submitting this.
Still, it's a quick, interesting read for anyone wanting to dabble in some religious philosophy.