When Is It Time To Stop Gambling?Written by Ryan D.
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Find a leisurely game. This may not be easy since casino games are generally designed for quicker action to generate higher revenue flows. A prime contender for crawler award is Keno, where you can control pace of game. Or join a multi-player game of poker where ante is low and chatter among players flows faster than wagers. As for Pai Gow, it's confusing enough to slow things right down while everyone tries to suss out how to play game.
Our fourth suggestion is most difficult - take part in a game of skill where you're something of an expert. Blackjack and Poker immediately spring to mind. Blackjack has been popular for ages because Basic Strategy will see you through numerous hands without botching things up for yourself. Don't make impulse decisions, don't let hunches influence you and ignore comments of other players. Treat Basic Strategy with reverence you'd give to an ancient tome of wisdom. Play nothing but Basic. Stretch your money even further by holding table bets as low as you can endure without becoming bored.
Poker has never been a "sure thing" but it is a bankroll-expander for skilled player. Know there's a better player than you out there somewhere. Do your best to avoid this competitor. Rather try to join a bunch of novices and quietly drain their money from them while you gently show them ropes. When you've cleaned them out they'll still think you're a nice person because you improved their skills. You'll love them for giving you their money.
Ryan D. has been involved in the online casino and online gambling industries for over 6 years as an operator, marketer and consultant. He can be contacted via his website at http://www.online-gambling-insider.com.
Audible Books: The Evolution of Story TellingWritten by Jesse S. Somer
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Well, let me tell you story was very engrossing indeed. All three of us were hanging on every word from multiple narrators (an interesting way to hear a story told) that meant that we couldn't even discuss our opinions on what we thought was happening (the story wasn't very straightforward) until we made it to food, gasoline, and rest stops. This meant none of arguments of old as well as friendly conversation when communication was possible. The coolest part of all was how time of journey just seemed to flow by. Usually eight hour (each way) trip could be quite tiring with one becoming impatient at monotony of landscape; farms and pastures can become one huge blur after a while. This time however, story unfolding gradually mile after mile, climax of plot building slowly, we almost didn't want trip to end as it would mean end of storytelling experience.
This could have great ramifications for humans of future, don't you think? Imagine what it could mean for keeping children happy, calm, and even added educational opportunities. There are many places to find audible books but most famous is www.audible.com. There are thousands of texts there separated by genre as well as having 'book club' and 'award winning' lists. They cost money of course, but if you become a member you receive discounts that mean that most are no more expensive than paper books. A lot of classics are there as well as children's books and recently published texts. There are probably a hundred different genre categories and sub-categories altogether. If you've got a book of your own that you want to turn into an audible, check out www.nextup.com.
Maybe you've never been much of a reader but you've always enjoyed it when people have weaved magical tales that cause you to fly away to other realms and realities. For whatever reason, go check out audible books, they may just open another door of perception.
Jesse S. Somer M6.Net http://www.m6.net Jesse S. Somer likes to read and write and watch stories, now he can hear them too.