Pokernews.info presents new featuresWritten by Marius K.
www.Pokernews.info is gathering most amusing jokes about poker. Jokes are grouped in topics: Poker Dogs, Women, Blondes, Casinos, Children, Religious, Wild West, and Short - just a few words to sum up funny side of gambling.
More jokes will be added regularly, as readers contribute.
www.Pokernews.info provides information to beginners as well as professionals; it covers poker rules and variants, there is a poker dictionary of more than 800 terms. Visitors are encouraged to contribute expanding this dictionary, with aim of making it most exhaustive and informative of all online poker glossaries.
Tony G (Antanas Guoga), one of game's leading players, is behind site. He says: "We aim to give regular players most detailed resource; teach new players to play; find all news of poker, and give advice. And explain all poker terms. As for jokes, we see these as a new kind of folklore in poker players community."
How To String A GuitarWritten by Gerard Hiner
HOW TO STRING A GUITAR properly is a very overlooked skill and one that all guitar players need to know! This is something you will thousands of times over your guitar playing life and stringing a guitar properly can make a huge difference in maintaining your guitar and keeping it in tune.
It is very important to know string gauge youíre using. The string guage or thickness of string that your guitar has been set up with. If you change gauge youíll likely have to re-adjust your truss rod and intonation. Also, itís good to stay with same brand of guitar string once youíve found one you like. You will get used to certain brand or guage.
The most common method of stringing a guitar is called "Lock-wind" method.
First, turn tuning key until hole in string post is in line with nut slot. Next, pass string through hole pulling it up so there's about 2" between finger board and string keeping string taught at bridge end. This should allow for about 2Ĺ or 3 windings on string post once youíre done. You don't want any more than that - remember excessive windings can cause string to slip continuously when tuning!