Are you thinking of Buying a LCD TV? Then you should read this...

Written by The eme team

The LCD television is great in small places

The LCD television will fit where larger TVs can not. The term LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Diode. If you want a flat panel TV, you can choose either a LCD TV or plasma TV. It is inrepparttar electronics thatrepparttar 149773 LCD differs fromrepparttar 149774 plasma TV.

How doesrepparttar 149775 LCD make a picture?

LCD TVs are available in a few variations. The first isrepparttar 149776 conventional LCD panel, but isn’t only used in televisions. LCDs are used in many other electronic technologies like microwaves, digital clocks, calculators, and stereos. Inrepparttar 149777 television,repparttar 149778 LCD comes inrepparttar 149779 design called Twisted Nematic (TM). It is a naturally twisted crystalline structure that reacts to electric currents in predictable manners. The currents cause it to untwist to different degrees based onrepparttar 149780 voltage given. These TN crystals are stuck between panes of polarized glass andrepparttar 149781 untwisting allows different amounts of light to pass through.

Most agree that if you are purchasing a flat television panel smaller than 37”, you should buy a LCD TV. Larger LCD panels tend to not be as crisp. You will find thatrepparttar 149782 plasma TV is better, if bigger. There are two exceptions ifrepparttar 149783 room is very bright,repparttar 149784 LCD is superior and LCD also is more resistant to burn in from sources like computers and TV video game consoles. LCD can burn out but occur much less than earlier models. Many models are now High Definition (HDTV) capable as well.

Pot Odds – Your Secret Poker Weapon

Written by ian mcintosh

Pot odds is one ofrepparttar most neglected aspects of Texas Holdem poker, especially byrepparttar 149713 beginner and intermediate player. Some poker beginners have heardrepparttar 149714 term and a few even have a basic concept of what pot odds are, but very few of these players know how to put them to good use in a poker game.

However knowing how to calculate and use pot odds is one ofrepparttar 149715 crucial weapons that serious poker players have in their armory, one that most definitely separates them fromrepparttar 149716 amateur.

Poker pot odds are often associated with complex mathematical calculations andrepparttar 149717 less serious player can feel overwhelmed atrepparttar 149718 prospect of tackling such a subject, but don’t fret, do you really think that to be a serious poker player you need to be a genius at mathematics? Do you think allrepparttar 149719 poker pros are?

Well of courserepparttar 149720 answer is that they are most definitely not all geniuses, but what they do have is a method of calculatingrepparttar 149721 odds quickly and easily to see if they are in their favor in any given situation. So let’s look at a simple, basic way of calculatingrepparttar 149722 odds, remember it needs to be quick and easy so that it can be worked out quickly and accurately inrepparttar 149723 heat and pressure of a poker game.

Poker pot odds can be broken down to this simple one liner:

“Ifrepparttar 149724 odds of you gettingrepparttar 149725 card you need to make your hand are less thanrepparttar 149726 pot odds, you should bet.”

There are two sides to this equation which I will try and explain, “odds of you gettingrepparttar 149727 card you need” and “pot odds.” Firstly “odds of you gettingrepparttar 149728 card you need”, this one is fairly easy to understand. It’s best explained usingrepparttar 149729 example of a flush or straight draw, so we’ll use a straight draw to illustrate it.

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