Gambling interesting facts

Written by winder liao

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(3) roullete

(4) sic bo or big/small

Can we beat jackpot ?

Yes.the trick is simple once in a jackpot room do not straight away proceed to play instead walk aroundrepparttar jackpot room and oberserve those machines that are loose machines.definition of loose machines-are machines that are rigged to pay more often.where are they located?they are often found at places nearrepparttar 105805 entrance or where there is lots of human traffic where people gets to see other people winning $$.eg next torepparttar 105806 stairs or elevator. Clever move byrepparttar 105807 casiono management.If you plan to go there often, take note of those machines that pays more often by jotting downrepparttar 105808 serial no. located onrepparttar 105809 tip of each machine then walk away and procceeds to next machine.when its your turn to play NOTE LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE SOUND OF COINS WHEN YOU SLOT IT IN.There are typically 3 scenarios

1st scenario

you slot it in and hear a thud orrepparttar 105810 coins fipping atrepparttar 105811 bottom meaningrepparttar 105812 previous player has wonrepparttar 105813 money and have cash in withrepparttar 105814 jackpot

required action - leaverepparttar 105815 machine alone

2nd scenario

you slot it in and hear a faint clink,you slot inrepparttar 105816 next coin and hear a faint clink again to confirm.the sound will comes to you almost instantaneous asrepparttar 105817 coins are stacked torepparttar 105818 brimmed.this machine is fed almost full its about timerepparttar 105819 machine vomitrepparttar 105820 coins inrepparttar 105821 machine

required action - max bet

3rd scenario

you slot it in and hear a clink sound but not so instantaneous.the longer it takes before you hearrepparttar 105822 clink sound isrepparttar 105823 guage you judge to see how fullrepparttar 105824 machine is.the machine is half-fed

required action - you bet small


Carribean studd is it for me?

It is a game designed withrepparttar 105825 intention of winning gamblers money why? you were dealt with 5 cards after viewing your cards you decide whether to increase your stake.when finished viewing your cards you with no pairs will most likely to fold as you got to double your stake if you don't.Note even if you have a good hand like 4 of a kindrepparttar 105826 banker with no pairs or AKings combination they just pay yourepparttar 105827 initial stake.that is again torepparttar 105828 casinos overall conclusion for this game is to betrepparttar 105829 minimum ofrepparttar 105830 table and enjoys it with other gamblers,this is a definite recreation game if you want to make this game as a game to bring you income i advice you to skip.

Can we make a living by living off on casino?

Ans:Yes you can but it can be very tiring as time is wasted travelling to and frorepparttar 105831 casino.contary torepparttar 105832 belief of many whom they believe proffesional gamblers usually bet big to earn big bucks .what pros do is they bet relatively small.consistency isrepparttar 105833 key andrepparttar 105834 most important thing is self discipline so that there is no impulsive bets.they bring a small amount of their original bankroll to bet and if that day turns out not so fine they will go home and to come back another day,they do not bet all in 1 works inrepparttar 105835 same principal as soccerbetting.

Can blackjack be beaten byrepparttar 105836 proffessional?

Ans: yes it could , provided that you got a team of members betting atrepparttar 105837 same table.the most crcucial person arerepparttar 105838 ones sitting atrepparttar 105839 last seats.he determines what cardrepparttar 105840 banker is recieving.It is a highly publicised game that by arming with card counting skills you could make a living however now casino has counter that by repeats shuffling and removingrepparttar 105841 high cards which arerepparttar 105842 10,J,Q,K,A fromrepparttar 105843 deck before putting them inrepparttar 105844 shoes.Another most igenious method currently adopted byrepparttar 105845 casinos are employing staff which acts as normal gamblers siting atrepparttar 105846 last doing so it had made task more difficult for those card counters.

Can we made money on online casino games?

Ans: yes ,you could but not much.whatrepparttar 105847 online casino games does is they usually let you win inrepparttar 105848 initial stage then as u bet bigger they starts winning all in a streats.Some even starts winningrepparttar 105849 moment you placed your bets.they usually offers high deposit cash bonus to entice you like depositing $100 give u $300 cash bonus. My personal advice is avoid at all cost.

Can we make money playing online poker games?

Nowdays it is very common to see online poker games onrepparttar 105850 net offering interactivity between seems fair but be very careful when betting with real money especially those that have high minimum bets ranging from $5-$10.there are hustlers looming roundrepparttar 105851 corner.what they do is they kept increasingrepparttar 105852 stakes where you have little choice but to follow to see thae next card, unless you got an j pairs or anything higher than that , high chance are you will lose,cause their odds of winning against you is high as you are alone. these apply to games like majong, big 2s.

Tips on playing TaiDi's or Big 2s

These games usually begins with 4 people playing cards with each person dealt with 13 cards.what people normally do is once that they are dealtrepparttar 105853 cards they start arranging their cards in pairs or in sequence 5 cards.the tips is when dealt with don't arrange your cards 1st instead observe your oppenents and what tactics they are playing in 5 cards or in pairs.Once finished observing then you trained yourself to be able to retrieve cards in your hand and throw when its your turn.this confuse your opponents as they have no idea as what you are playing in pairs or in 5 cards.

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Publish Anything: The Saga of a PublishAmerica Author

Written by Lisa Maliga

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I’d discovered through an upset PA author onrepparttar messageboards, which I read on occasion, that someone was complaining about PublishAmerica. Discoveringrepparttar 105804 Absolute Write Background Check area I spent several hours reading, atrepparttar 105805 time, more than 40 pages of complaints about PublishAmerica. Authors not receiving books in time for booksignings that they set up themselves. Bookstore owners/managers refusing to stock their shelves with unedited PublishAmerica titles. Writers unable to get their books reviewed.

Doing a search on LexisNexis,repparttar 105806 reputable online legal research system, for all PublishAmerica books receiving newspaper reviews, I saw that from July 2002 to June 2004, only 24 books had been reviewed nationally. Papers in Syracuse NY, Tulsa, OK, Fort Pierce, FL, Wilmington, NC and Lakeland, FL were represented. Only Salt Lake City’s ‘Deseret Morning News’,repparttar 105807 ‘Tulsa World’, ‘Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’ andrepparttar 105808 suburban paper,repparttar 105809 ‘Chicago Daily Herald’ were actually major newspapers. Evidently,repparttar 105810 ‘New York Times’ orrepparttar 105811 ‘Los Angeles Times’ were not reviewing anything by PublishAmerica’s authors. According torepparttar 105812 PublishAmerica site inrepparttar 105813 Facts and Figures section, “Fact #3: Again, unparalleled among all traditional book publishing companies, each day an average 15 times a PublishAmerica author appears inrepparttar 105814 news media, in newspapers, magazines, radio or TV.” Yet even mathematically challenged folks can determine that by usingrepparttar 105815 LexisNexis search statistics, we learn thatrepparttar 105816 average is a paltry once a month that a PublishAmerica book gets mentioned in a newspaper somewhere inrepparttar 105817 United States.

Editing – What’s That? Here’s a gem of a post onrepparttar 105818 PublishAmerica message board: “When it came out in book form a month ago, my friends mentionedrepparttar 105819 editing problems in it, so a friend of mine with a masters in education went through it for me. It had close to a thousand editing errors in a 182-page book. So, have some who actually knows what literary content should be in a book, go through your book for you before you sendrepparttar 105820 final draft back to PublishAmerica. Becauserepparttar 105821 final draft, IS!, howrepparttar 105822 book will be when it comes out.”

I discovered that throughrepparttar 105823 misspellings, grammatical errors, and general bad writing that just about anyone was publishable throughrepparttar 105824 ‘traditional’ publisher located in Frederick, Maryland. Such postings as: “I too am notrepparttar 105825 best editor LOL! I did get my finished books. And when I met with a lady that is huge inrepparttar 105826 marketing field, she told me that my book at it's length of 132 pages needs to have chapters.” A couple of PublishAmerica authors discussed editing. “I felt like you did when I found errors, but then I realized, hey people read it forrepparttar 105827 story, not looking for mistakes in typo land! LOL Now I just keep on a keepin on!”

Sales Figures Question: I’d really like to know how many copies I’ve sold. Answer: Buy all ofrepparttar 105828 books yourself and then count them. No matter how naďve PublishAmerica authors appeared, they will eventually come torepparttar 105829 realization that PublishAmerica isn’t really a traditional publisher, especially when those twice-yearly royalty checks arrived. Every few months or so PublishAmerica sent them an e-mail extolling their success, bragging about a big name author they’re negotiating with, or, more recently, doing a deal withrepparttar 105830 New York Times. On August 17th, an e-mail bearingrepparttar 105831 proud subject heading ‘Advertising Our Topsellers inrepparttar 105832 New York Times’ appeared in author’s online mailboxes.

PublishAmerica was well named in that they want to publish anyone in North America who has churned out a manuscript, regardless of quality. They claim to have anywhere from 9,000 to 12,000 “happy” authors and they want more and more of them as that obviously means more money forrepparttar 105833 greedy owners, namely Willem Meiner and Larry Clopper.

The PublishAmerica name and logo is seen as a joke to those inrepparttar 105834 media, bookstores and libraries. Books can’t be returned. All PublishAmerica titles lackrepparttar 105835 necessary CIP [Cataloging-in-Publication] data, which is necessary for libraries to order titles, and who wants to read unedited and overpriced tomes other thanrepparttar 105836 author’s cronies? Oh yeah, and while PublishAmerica claims that they’re a ‘traditional publisher’ why on earth do they have in their main page keywords listrepparttar 105837 term ‘self publishing’ three times? And in their site’s description, they brag: “PublishAmerica, Inc., a traditional publisher, accepting and publishing manuscripts and books at NO CHARGE torepparttar 105838 author. Royalties paid to writers, books sold in stores. Manuscript submissions by mail and online"

Inrepparttar 105839 beginning of September I received a royalty check. To my surprise, I was not only able to afford to buy a pair of laces for my skates, I shelled outrepparttar 105840 $12 it cost to sharpen my blades. Who knew that this company would provide extra income enabling me to continue participating in my recreational skating hobby? But it cost me more thanrepparttar 105841 $160 in author-bought books,repparttar 105842 $40 for galleys, which were probably plunged into a recycling bin,repparttar 105843 $87 color business cards, $20 press release -- andrepparttar 105844 countless hours building and rebuilding my website so people would happen across it and buy a book that was only available online--like any other eBook.

PublishAmerica allowsrepparttar 105845 myth of being a ‘traditional’ publisher, a term not used beforerepparttar 105846 advent ofrepparttar 105847 Internet, to fester. The lie is perpetrated in those HTML source codes that search engine spider robots deliver;repparttar 105848 future authors led torepparttar 105849 promised realm of publishing, an internet web of woven myths fanning across cyberspace. PublishAmerica resembles most other ePublishing companies promising tales of bestselling books and authors. PublishAmerica is just another scam, just another future dot gone.

If you are a PublishAmerica author, or know of one, who is unhappily published and will tell your story, please contact:

Attn.: Beth Silverman Office ofrepparttar 105850 Attorney General Consumer Protection Division 200 Saint Paul Place Baltimore, MD 21202

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