Baroness Elisa and Synergy to Perform in Kristiansund, Norway Saturday May 28th Written by Daniel J. Rowe
Baroness Elisa (www.baronesselisa.com) is performing with “Synergy” on luxury Fred Olsen cruise liner Braemer in Kristiansund, Norway on Saturday, May 28th. "Elegant, but not stuffy" best describes atmosphere on board Braemar which came into service in 2001. At 19,089 tons and with 376 well-appointed cabins and suites, Braemar upholds Fred Olsen tradition of small-ship intimacy without compromising on personal space.
On board, Baroness’ performance is small and intimate before returning to United States for a charitable event in South Florida later this summer. Baroness Elisa defines best in cabaret theater and South Florida audiences are invited support leading Gay and Lesbian organization, Compass,in a spectacular charity fundraiser in Delray Beach on Sunday, August 7th.
Compass, Inc. (www.compassglcc.com), is Palm Beach County gay and lesbian community center dedicated to promoting pride, diversity, and public awareness of, for, and by Palm Beach County’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) residents and visitors. Compass provides social services and support for gay youth and gay families. Compass also offers a clean, safe meeting space for a variety of national, state, and local organizations as well as social, service, support and athletic groups that meet diverse interests of county’s LGBT people. Compass is largest LGBT community center in Southeast United States and is seventh largest in nation in budget size, staff size and diversity of funded programs.
How to Win at Online Slots GamesWritten by Randy Ray
Being a winning slot machine player is to some extent impossible. All slot machines are specifically designed in order to give house a long term edge, so house will always come out ahead if you play long enough. The only real way to counteract house edge on slot machine games is to play a game with a really big jackpot, bet max every time you play, and hope that you hit jackpot. Then when you do hit really big jackpot, guess what you do next? Stop playing that game.
Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying that you shouldn't play slot machines. In fact, I think slot games, especially really good ones, are a lot of fun. But you want to keep in forefront of your mind that mathematically, what you're doing when you're playing a slot machine on a long term basis is paying for entertainment. You can calculate how much you're paying for that entertainment by multiplying house edge times your average bet times your number of spins per hour.
For example, if you're playing a slot game with a payout of 95%, then house edge is 5%. (The casino keeps 5% of every bet you make long term.) And if you're average bet is $3, then you're going to pay an average of 15 cents per spin to house. (5% times $3.) Assuming you're making 500 spins per hour, that game costs you $75/hour to play, which may or may not be a reasonable price for you entertainment. That depends on your bankroll.