Poker Lessons at the TableWritten by Keith Freeman
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If a player is happily losing his money to those who put in time to learn game, please continue to allow them to do so!
You'll notice I said fair to average players make this mistake. A good player knows which side his bread is buttered on, and even when he's been sucked out on a few times, knows that it's a good table as long as sucker is there.
If you're tilting, take a break. One of biggest “session“ mistakes you can make is running suckers off. Who wants to trade quarters with other tight wads? If you run weak player off with your derision, you've most likely hurt your profit for night. If, God forbid, he takes your advice and learns how to play, then you've lost a potential source of income for life.
Catch and Release guys!
Keith Freeman is the webmaster of www.poker-strategy.org, a professionally designed poker strategy site. He can be reached at email@example.com
Digital camera disc formatsWritten by Jakob Jelling
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Again looking at disc formats from a different angle, it is apparent that a 1.44-MB disk cannot clutch many photographs or images. Sometimes, in fact, they can't even fit one picture on one disk, due to high quality and subsequent seize and memory requirements. However, floppy disks have their own advantages. In today's world of Internet publishing and email a picture size larger than 640x480 is hardly required, and more or less always they are saved in JPEG formats. During such times it is possible to accommodate about 15 pictures on every disk. Thus making situations more economic and flexible for users. However for storing bigger and greater quality pictures higher capacity media are required such as a 128-MB flash memory card that can store more than 1,500 small compressed images or 20 of uncompressed 1600x1200 images.
Thus so far a handsome amount of information regarding disc formats has come into light from above discussion. It is a humble effort to bring out rudimentary knowledge for such a wide field of study as digital camera disc formats, which includes photography as well as computers all in one. What a fantastic combination!
Jakob Jelling is the founder of http://www.snapjunky.com. Visit his digital camera guide and learn how to take better pictures with your digicam.