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I haven’t played any on-line Casino Malaysia for quite a while, except for freerolls. When I did play, the highest stakes I worked up to was 50c/$1 – hardly a high roller, but still enough to run through a few hundred dollars in not too much time.

I would do alright for a while, getting my bankroll up to just over $600 at one point. Then a series of suck-outs and bad beats would take place and my bankroll dwindled to $400, $200, $100, $50 and three $15 tournament buy-ins saw it pretty much gone.

When on a losing streak like that, the questions one always asks is ‘is it rigged?’. It is certainly easy to imagine it is at the time the bad beats are happening. And there are no end of conspiracy theorists who will offer their firm conviction to attest it is. Yet the hard evidence always seems to be lacking.

Then I read books by Phil Gordon and Dan Harrington, and see people like Phil Ivey and Howard Lederer(1) on TV. Now, I am not the best reader of people, nor by far the best, or perhaps even a very good, judge of character. Never the less, all those people, and the vast majority of professional players in the public eye, are undoubtedly people of great moral fibre and personal integrity. Could you imagine Phil Helmuth, no matter how he may act sometimes, every cheating anyone? Or Gus Hansen, or Erik Lindgren, or Joe Hachem?

No. It’s just not conceivable that it could happen. Maybe one of them could pull off a ‘solid citizen’ act for a while, but not all of them, not all the time.

Yet these are the people who are shareholders and promoters for the biggest on-line poker sites like Full Tilt, PokerStars and Doyles Room, to name a few. Either Howard Lederer and

Chris Furguson are total crooks capable of conning a fair proportion of the whole world, or on-line poker isn’t rigged.

So I think we can safely say that, no, on-line poker is not rigged, and in the main the sites are run by reputable people with sound business ethics.

But, and it’s a big but, that doesn’t mean it couldn’t be rigged by someone, at some point. Maybe not the owners, maybe not the senior management. But who is the sysadmin watching the servers at 2am in the morning? Who just might look in on game in ‘diagnostic’ or ‘superuser’ more? And what do those superuser modes let you do? See all the hole cards? See the board cards before they come out? Run seven hands on an eight seat table with all the winnings going to a single account?

Maybe it needs no one in attendance. Maybe some smart programmer wrote a ‘diagnostic’ routine that sits at a table and folds every hand, but once every 20-30 hands deals itself a hand that becomes the nut hand on the river?

Who knows what can be done? Do the site owners even know? Maybe they are just as big a victims as the unsuspecting players?

We have one case recently where exactly such a thing did happen. By someone in senior management at a well known on-line site no less. The thing is, being a senior manager, his technical skills were obviously fairly limited, and so was his poker skill to think that such obvious bad play, that still won, wouldn’t be spotted by other players. If a total dorkus can manipulate the system quite easily (it had to be easy to do, otherwise he would not have been able to), what could someone with both technical and poker skill pull off? What are the chances they would get caught?

That is a lot of questions, right? But they are not unreasonable questions. I think it could only be to the benefit of all on-line sites, and the game in general, if they could be answered.

Over the past 20 years casinos in Las Vegas have gone to a lot of trouble to ensure the security of their patrons (and their patrons money), and the fairness of their games. Because they recognize that in doing that, they increase their overall market.

A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS – BUT INCONCLUSIVE

Back at The Good, The Bad and The Ugly to try and get some more stats for my adjusted tournament strategy. Could not pick up a hand to save my life.

I was at a reasonably tight/aggressive table (if you count ace-rag as tight). Anyway, all my limps with 7 8 and J 10 ended up facing a raise and a re-raise. Limps with weaker hands might be in five or six way pots, but hit nothing on the flop and were either checked down or folded to other action.

I picket up one 800 chip pot, but ended up going to the break 300 down from the stating count, due to the slow bleed of blinds and folded limps.

Shortly after the break I picked up A Q in the BB (blinds at 100/200). We were down to six handed, there was one caller and both blinds checked. I raised it 600, one caller and the blinds folded. The flop was ragged and my continuation bet of 1,000 took the pot.

No more action for a while with quality hands like 7 4 and J 6. Our table was broken up and I was back at an eight seated table, blinds at 200/400 and 4,500 chips.

UTG I get Q Q, so raise it up to 1,600 hoping to take it down there and then. No such luck, one caller, a novice player who through two lucky all-ins earlier had a bunch of chips.

Flop is 9 A 10. I absolutely know I am beat and the novice will have ace rag. However; my short stack will be crippled any way, and there is some small chance a) he is calling with a paired 9 or 10 or b) I hit trips. I bet on each street and am all in on the river without improvement. He proudly flips his A 10 and that was me done for the night.

James Woods Obama Rant: Will it Really Get Him Blacklisted?

James Woods went off on President Obama on Twitter this week, despite what he implied was the virtual inevitability of being blacklisted in Hollywood as a result.

Conservatives in the entertainment industry are certainly a minority, but is it true that the 66-year-old actor would actually be punished for this?

According to Mell Flynn, President of the Hollywood Congress of Republicans, discrimination against Republicans in Hollywood indeed runs rampant.

“I have known quite a few people who were let go from a job after they made their political affiliation known. Maybe it was a coincidence, but I doubt it,” he said.

“This type of discrimination is hard to prove though, especially where actors are concerned. They just won’t get hired or even called in to read for a part.”

Producer Gary Michael Walters noted that “outspokenness can definitely be held against someone’s career prospects” in the largely liberal land of L.A.

Another show business insider told Fox News that a director friend won’t take on any conservative-type projects for fear of not getting future work.

In other case, one star feels “closeted” in her conservative leanings:

“I have a prominent actress friend who lives in holy terror of losing her position on a TV show if she is outed as a born-again Christian and conservative.”

Last year, Kelsey Grammer implied that he was surprisingly snubbed for an Emmy nomination for Boss due to his “out-of-the-closet Republican in Hollywood” status.

Not long after Obama first won the White House, Rizzoli & Isles‘ Angie Harmon said she was given the “racist” label for vocalizing her disappointment in him.

“The Hollywood names who advocate acceptance are the first to shut the door on a conservative,” observed Angie Meyer Olszewski, who works in PR.

“But Republicans are finding their voice. They’ve had enough.”

It may not help his cause to go off the way he did, but James Woods is far from alone in the political views that sparked his online outburst this week.

To name a few, there’s Gary Sinise, a devout GOP-er who is deemed one of the most respected TV actors as a star on the long-running CSI: NY.

There’s Patricia Heaton, who has managed to keep her job on the ABC sitcom The Middle. And of course there’s Clint Eastwood, perhaps the most visible of all.

Even after talking to an empty chair, he’s pretty celebrated.

Amber Rose Teaches Son to Swim: Adorable Alert!

Amber Rose has taken to motherhood like a moth to a flame.

Or like a seven-month old to water, the model hopes.

The ex-girlfriend of Kanye West, who gave birth to son Sebastian in February, posted a pair of adorable photos to Instaram yesterday, showing off the infant to the world and explaining why mother and child are in the pool.

“My boy wants to learn how to swim at 7 months old…. So I’m gonna teach him,” Rose wrote as a caption, later adding: “Sebastian loves giving his mommy shuggies.”

It’s been an exciting few months overall for Rose. Aside from becoming a mother, she also became a wife in July when she married Wiz Khalifa.

We send the couple our very best wishes and we must say: they have one awfully cute son. To translate this content in other language, contact Translation Companies UK

Insane (But True) Facts About GDPR In Addition To Betting

 

Just about a new year since the GDPR joined into power throughout the EUROPEAN UNION, there seems to be an advantages in the UK’s betting in winning369.win and even on the net gaming sector as well. One can find new interesting facts together with amateur methods, and there are many of the former security and records security measures that would certainly not change at all. Often the GDPR betting plan grew to become a permanent component of every BRITISH on the net online casino policy, which was quite beneficial for the gamers too.

GDPR On-line Wagering Compliance and Outrageous Info about It

More safety more enhanced safety are always a good sign for trustworthiness and stability! Well, between the dozens of thrilling things that changed, we all selected only the several many insane ones. They can for some reason be translated as more effective crazy GDPR details as well as consequences, nevertheless they are valid likewise. Exactly they will always be the subject of this particular Slots. info post. Let us get started with something that made prerequisite the particular opening of a new position by each of the significant online casino operators.

YOUR PERSONAL DETAILS IS USUALLY UNDER SCRUTINY OF DATA SAFETY OFFICER

The GDPR complying requires just about every casinos the fact that processes data with a large scale to have some sort of particularly dedicated person responsible for your position of Info Protection Police officer (DPO). The idea is his/her obligation to monitor all files in order to execute all necessary functions related to it. Instances include to ensure data protection and GDPR compliance, to be able to grant participants access to help the personal information that the casino holds about these individuals, to inform players how plus for precisely what their files is prepared and utilized, etc. The fresh GDPR betting rules enable regular players to need such details from the internet casino providers.

The Casino’s Info Safety Officer Monitors Your information

In addition, it is required how the operator’s database is upwards to particular date and the personal information of the online players is accurate. That will means that this DPO really should to provide the requested data, verify and help make calamité if needed. Many people can do this regularly, now bear in mind the fact that an individual may possibly be requested to check on the info upon your casino accounts through time to time. If you play online video media casino wars from some of the particular UK’s most significant on the net gambling sites for instance these in your casino magazine, it is almost sure that they already have a good Information Protection Officer to follow all the schedules plus procedures. Now, let’s carry on these Slots. Information short article with something more amazing that presents itself when you get into a new casino site the first time.

 

 

Stregone2000 wins slot onlain Super Tuesday

Dennis Phillips is a 53 year old commercial account manager from Cottage Hills, Illinois. He entered the main event after winning a satellite held at Harrah’s Casino in St. Louis. He will be the starting chip leader when the final table starts on November 9.

Ivan slot onlain is a 27 year old semi-professional poker player from Moscow, Russia. He has only been playing poker for two years and bought into the Main event directly with $10,000 cash.

Peter Eastgate is a 22 year old professional poker player from Isser, Denmark. He plays middle and high stakes poker for a living and has won several tournaments in Europe.

Scott Montgomery is a 26 year old professional poker player from Perth Ontario, Candada. He was a former English teacher in Japan until he discovered online poker and has been playing poker for a living since.

Ylon Schwartz is a poker player from Brooklyn, New York.He has over $250,000 in live tournament earnings and also excels at chess.

Darus Suharto is a 39 year old accountant from Toronto, Canada. He won his main event seat through a $650 Pokerstars online qualifier.

David “Chino” Rheem is a 28 year old professional poker player from Los Angeles, California. This would mark his second final table at this series, having finished 5th in the $5,000 Mixed Holdem event in June.

Craig Marquis is a 23 year old college student from Arlington, Texas. He is considered to be the least experienced player of the final nine, with less than two years of poker playing under his belt. However, he does play some big cash games online under the poker screen name: CraigMarq

Kim Kelly is a 31 year old professional poker player from Whittier, California. He was a former business analyst, but quit when he became good enough to play poker full time. He will start off the final table as the shortstack, but don’t count him out just yet.

This week’s Super Tuesday poker tournament had a prizepool of $552,000 and kicked off with 552 players. The final table was set with Stregone2000 as the chip leader and slight favorite to win. The momentum began to shift towards Roothlus after he eliminated 4 players in a row and held half the chips in play. When it got 3 handed, they were just about to discuss a deal when Stregone2000 found himself on the upper end of a cooler in a huge pot against Roothlus. Head27 played heads up with a big chip deficit and was quickly eliminated. Stregone2000 would be this week’s Super Tuesday winner and take home $118,000 for his accomplishment.

Inch by Inch…indo88

 

…get your dirty minds out of the gutter…

No, my personal SNG challenge on AP is moving along slowly, inexorably, along in a positive manner. For those that don’t remember, I won a whole $1 in a indo88 after coming in 18th out of 2000.

A lot of work for a damn $1. But, since I don’t play with my own money right now, I was fine with it.

But, what to do with it? I chose to enter Absolute’s .50 + .10 SNG and see if I could run it up. My goal is 10x the buy-in for the next level, then jumping up.

I’m playing the $1 + .15 SNGs ok right now, and seem about 1 great or 2 good tourney’s from the $2 + .20.

I’ve had to play an awful lot of damn poker to get this far. My hourly rate is a whopping $.73.

I’m running with the fast crowd now, baby.

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Eldest Bigette: So, online poker is where you practice to play for real money against people in real life?

Me: Well, sort of… except a lot of people play for real money online.

EB: Well, maybe you should play for real money for your next job?

Me: Oh, I don’t think that would be a good idea…

EB: But, YOU could make LOTS of money doing that!

So, I guess I need to watch how much TV poker and online poker I’m exposing her to… not good…

I don’t think I want my daughter growing up thinking like some 18 yr old 2+2er living in his mother’s basement and finger-fucking Suzy Rottencrotch, thinking the $100 bucks he made last week at Party is reason enough to quit the busboy job at Denny’s.

Open letter to Ms. Williamson and Mr. Stillman:

In my opinion, the vitriol expressed on so many message board threads and blogs regarding your play is unwarranted. After all, you made it so deep at the tournament and these flamers didn’t, so obviously you’re the better players. Mr. Stillman, that move with the deuces took huge – HUGE – balls! Wow! The fact that you could make a huge raise like that when you were a coin-flip AT BEST just shows that you have the true heart of a gambler. And pushing all-in against that flopped Ace? It’s just bad luck that you ran into that calling station. What could he have been thinking?

And, Ms. Williamson, you can take as long as you like to decide whether to call huge re-raises with KJ. I know that’s a tough laydown – after all only Aces would beat you, right? And, it’s your lucky hand! Huge laydown, and kudos to you for letting the clock run out on you like that.

I’d like to extend an open invitation to both of you join da home game sometime. We could really use the level of competition you bring to the game, and we’d love to learn a trick or two from you guys.

Sincerely,

BSN

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Open letter to Mike Matusow:

You are an angle-shooting son-of-a-bitch. Your move past the line with the chips where you were testing that player’s reaction, then pulling them back before dropping them, was pure bullshit. I’ll bet you’re the kind of guy that would keep incorrect change from a McDonald’s cashier. I can’t imagine anyone ever trusting you enough to gamble with you or loan you money.

 

After your surgery

After surgery, a drainage tube may be inserted beneath your skin for one to three days to remove any fluid build-up that occurs. A snug elastic dressing, girdle, or body stocking must be worn over the treated area to control swelling and bleeding, and to help your skin shrink to fit your new contour. You may need to wear this garment continuously for two to three weeks, then just in the daytime for a few weeks more, depending on your surgeon’s instructions. Your doctor may also prescribe antibiotics to prevent infection.

Don’t expect to look or feel great right after surgery. You’ll even be heavier for a while, because of the extra fluids you’ve been given. The suctioned areas will be swollen and bruised, and you may feel a burning sensation. The pain can be controlled with medications prescribed by your surgeon, though you may still feel stiff and sore for a few days. You may temporarily lose all feeling in the suctioned area; don’t worry-it will return.

It’s not unusual to feel depressed in the days or weeks following surgery. Try to keep in mind that this is normal and will subside as you begin to look and feel better.

Getting back to normal

Healing is a gradual process. Your surgeon will probably tell you to start walking around as soon as possible (to help prevent blood clots from forming in your legs), but to avoid more strenuous activity for two to four weeks. Any stitches will be removed in five to ten days or dissolve, and you should be back at work in 2 – 3 days, or as much as two weeks after your surgery. When you resume activity depends on the extent of your procedure, how you feel and what your doctor recommends.

While most of the swelling and discoloration will be gone a month or two after surgery, some swelling can remain for six months or more. Your surgeon will schedule follow-up visits to monitor your progress and to see if any additional procedures are needed.

If you have any unusual symptoms between visits-for example, heavy bleeding or a sudden increase in pain- or any questions about what you can and can’t do, don’t hesitate to call your doctor.

Your new look

Suction-assisted lipectomy is a highly effective technique for giving you a new body contour with very little scarring. The results can be permanent, providing you eat sensibly and exercise regularly. If you do gain weight, you’ll probably gain it more uniformly throughout your body, not just in the former “bulges.”

Most patients are very satisfied with the results of their liposuction-they feel more comfortable in a wide variety of clothes, and more at ease with their bodies. As long as your expectations are realistic, you should be happy with your new shape. For any Medspa agency inquiries, contact Medspa agency

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