How To Know When It’s About The Money – and Not Your Health

1. When someone first approaches and says you can make a lot of money, it’s about the money.

2. When you ask questions about the nutritional value or the processing, and they are vague and keep referring to the money or the many people who have benefited, it’s about the money.

3. When you ask for research on the product and they use company produced DVDs, CDs or written testimonies about ‘miracle cures’, and none of this information uses scientific research, just lots of enthusiasm and emotion, then it’s about the money.

4. When people tell you it is a ‘miracle cure’ for every known disease and condition from premenstrual syndrome to cancer to autism, to high cholesterol and diabetes, then it’s about the money.

5. When there is no focus on living a healthy lifestyle, then it’s about the money. Health comes from healthy living and that only. If you could buy your health, then all the wealthy people in the world would be healthy.

6. When only this product or company has the ‘secret recipe’ or process and will not divulge it, then it’s about the money. Health should be accessible to all, no matter what your income. Health products and foods should be for convenience. If you wanted to make it yourself, it should be pretty basic, even if it takes time. With extra income, you can afford to pay for the convenience, but poor people should have easy access to these products or foods. Also you can read about “before and after aging lips” here

7. When there are lawsuits against the company ‘because pharmaceutical, food companies or the government is trying to shut them down’, then it’s about the money.

8. When the ingredients come from an exotic country and only grows in one area, or they go into great detail about how expensive the ingredients are, then it’s about the money.

9. When the cost of the product is far more than paying for convenience, then it is about the money. For example, if you make fresh carrot juice, it can cost …

z0di@c Wins 2011 keluaran hk WCOOP Event 44

The 2011 World Championship of Online Poker is nearing its conclusion, but some of the best events are yet to come. keluaran hk Event 44, a $320 No Limit Hold’em 2x Chance, was undoubtedly one of the toughest fields yet. The 2x chance meant that if a player were to bust in the first 180 minutes of play, they would have the option to buy in again for $300.
2,080 players came out for the event and after the rebuys were tallied, the total prize pool was $811,500. This was over double the original guarantee of $400k! It meant a first place prize of just under $130k.
Quite a few notable players fell just short of the final table, including November Niner Pius “MastaP89″ Heinz. He finished 34th for just $2,475.07, but fortunately he’ll have another crack at big money in November pin up when he plays for millions. Adam “squee451″ Sherman looked to score big in Event 44 to add to his already sizable online winnings of over $2.4 million. He got no further than 24th, however, and pocketed $2,880.82.
The final two tables were populated with three PokerStars pros, but none of them were able to make the trip to the final table. Jude “j.thaddeus” Ainsworth finished in 18th for $3,448.87 and Daniel “KidPoker” Negreanu followed right behind him in 17th for the same payout. George “gkap13″ Kapalas came the closest of the PokerStars pros as he busted just before the final table in 11th place for $6,289.12.
Daniel Negreanu
Here were the final table chips and seats:
Seat 1 – trampek – 327,806
Seat 2 – sizzlinbetta – 1,083,267
Seat 3 – thagrinda444 – 1,126,880
Seat 4 – z0di@c – 674,067
Seat 5 – Pvd170590 – 3,399,580
Seat 6 – Obafemi 9 – 1,652,414
Seat 7 – Teobaldo – 758,703
Seat 8 – BuRR7deuce – 3,578,920
Seat 9 – nutzho – 923,363
Stephen “sizzlinbetta” Reynolds and Getty “nutzho” Mattingsley looked to the be most accomplished players at the final table as each of them had over a million in cashes online. This wasn’t thagrinda444′s first final table …

WCOOP Event #8: Report

Although a known tournament pro made the final table of event #8 of the WCOOP, a $530 buy-in Limit Omaha H/L event, the winner of the tournament was an amateur. A player simply called Copi beat a field 917 entrants to take the $103,804.40 first prize in a prize pool of $458,000, 150 thousand dollars greater than the initial guarantee.

Tournament pro Ch0ppy, ranked 13th in the world by pocketfives.com, made the final table of the tournament but was knocked out in 8th for just under 10 thousand dollars. This happened after missing a flopped monster straight draw against another player’s two pair. The only other notable cash was O.Mustang, the 2nd place finisher in the Omaha event two days prior, who finished in 36th. Bel0wAb0ve, JohnnyBax, zangzeban24, and THE__D__RY all entered the tournament but failed to finish in the money.
We may have had our first player to ever have a WSOP bracelet and a WCOOP Bracelet. FossilMan, more commonly known as the WSOP 2004 main event winner Greg Raymer, beat out 771 people on the way to winning his first WCOOP event ever. This event was a $320 rebuy and addon Pot-Limit Omaha hi, the 6th event of the tournament series.

Fossilman took down a 1st prize of over 160 thousand dollars, not bad for a tournament that only had 772 entrants. Because of the rebuy and add-on structure of the tournament, the prize pool exploded to $713,400, with more than twice as many rebuys and add-ons than players in the tournament. 2nd place was taken by O.Mustang for $97,022.40, while 3rd went to MrSmits for $64,919.40.

At one point in the tournament, Fossilman found himself in 3rd place with 18 players left and seated at a table with the top 6 chip leaders, a daunting situation for Fossilman because he could be essentially knocked out by every player at his table bitcoin dice But undeterred, Fossilman quickly gained the chip lead and cruised from there.

Other Pokerstars pros besides Fossilman entered event #6. Humberto Brenes finished out of the money in 313th place, Daniel Negreanu continued struggling, …

togel Announces Service Changes to Canadian and Turkish Market

The Group continually assesses the risk profile and status of the markets its serves. Recent actions by regulators, payment processors, and online gaming operators have increased the uncertainty around certain activities related to online gambling in some jurisdictions. The Board of Directors of the Company reached a decision, on 25 March 2007, that the risk to the Group’s ongoing business in Canada and Turkey has increased in the light of such developments. The Board has therefore concluded that the Group will no longer process transfers related to online gambling sites on behalf of Canada or Turkey resident customers.

Reduced Service to Canada
Cessation of Canadian transfers to gambling merchants: the Group will cease processing online gambling related transactions for Canada-resident customers with effect from 12.01 AM MST Monday 9 April 2007.

Suspension of InstaCASH transactions: As of today Monday 26 March 2007, at 12:01 AM MST, Canada-resident customers were no longer able to deposit funds using togel instaCASH service either directly or from any online gambling site. Non-gambling services continue: Canada-resident customers will continue to be able to use their e-wallet accounts for non-gambling transactions, including peer-to-peer and pre-paid debit transactions.

Available customer funds: Customer funds, including those of Canadian residents, are held in a pooled, segregated trust account and will be available for withdrawal by customers, on demand. Canadian customers continue to be able to use their e-wallet accounts for non-gambling transactions.

Reduced Service to Turkey
In light of recent legislation passed in Turkey on 28 February 2007, which prohibits certain forms of online gambling to be offered by any “unauthorised” domestic or foreign company to citizens in Turkey, NETELLER has decided to implement a voluntary phased withdrawal of the payment services related to online gambling that it offers customers to the Turkish market.

Withdrawal of local bank funding options: Local bank deposit options for Turkey-resident customers were withdrawn on Friday 9 March 2007.
Cessation of Turkish transfers to and from online gambling merchants: The Group has ceased processing online gambling related transactions for Turkey-resident customers with effect from 6.01 AM GMT Monday 26 March 2007.

Non-gambling related services …

Terms used in the toto hk games

Action: This is a general gambling term which refers to the total amount of money bet in a specific period of time. Ten bets of ten dollars each is $100 of action.
Burn Card: A single card taken from the top of the toto hk deck or the first card in a shoe which the dealer slides across the table from his/her left o the right, and is placed into the discard tray. The card may or may not be shown face up (which can affect the count if you are counting cards). A card is burned after each shuffle.
Cut Card: A solid colored card typically a piece of plastic which is given to a player by the dealer for the purpose of cutting the deck(s) after a shuffle.
Hole Card: Any face down card. The definition most often refers to the dealer’s single face down card.
Shoe: A device that can hold up to eight decks of cards which allows the dealer to slide out the cards one at a time.
Hard Hand: A hand in which any Ace is counted as a 1 and not as an 11.
Soft Hand: A hand in which any Ace is counted as an 11 and not as a 1.
Pat Hand: A hand with a total of 17 to 21.
Stand: To decline another card.
Hit: To request another card.
Bust: When a hand’s value exceeds 21… a losing hand.
Push: A player-dealer tie.
Pair: When a player’s first two cards are numerically identical (ie, 7,7).
Point Count: The net value of the card count at the end of a hand.
Running Count: The count from the beginning of the deck or shoe. The running count is updated by the value of the point count after each hand.
True Count: The running count adjusted to account for the number of cards left in the deck or shoe to be played.
Bankroll: The stake (available money) a player plans to bet with.
Flat Bet: A bet which you do not vary ie, if you are flat betting ten dollars, you are …

Review of Poker! (Las Vegas Style)

I’m a bit of a sucker for gambling books. A few weeks ago, I saw one I didn’t own, the very one I’m reviewing here, I saw that it was marked down to $9.95 from $16.95, and figured, “What the heck, I’ll give it a shot.” Often I find a diamond in the rough. Sometimes I don’t.

This book is essentially a collection of columns written by Bill “Bulldog” Sykes for Card Player back when it just started out, in the fall of 1988. Sykes was one of the original columnists, and he has reprinted in book form “the best of” his columns from those early years. There are 60 essays here covering topics ranging from compulsive gambling to misbehavior by poker professionals. The essays are witty, short and to the point. Interspersed between them, Sykes prints quotes from gambling legends such as Benny Binion and “Amarillo Slim” Preston.

Unfortunately, I didn’t enjoy this work. Honestly, I didn’t even enjoy it a little. Oh, okay, I guess I did enjoy some of the quotes, Benny Binion was a fascinating man, but that’s about it. The essays are ostensibly about poker, although I didn’t learn anything about the game. They’re obviously meant to entertain, although the jokes are well worn, and the topics range from the banal to the mildly offensive. They’re not even controversial, coming out against bad manners and for well lit cardrooms just doesn’t seem worth the time and ink it takes to record.

The first third of the essays seem overloaded with Sykes complaining about being told “bad beat” stories. While it’s true that these Slot Gacor stories get tiresome, I’ve come to the conclusion that I’d much rather hear bad beat stories than anyone whine about hearing too many of them. There are a couple of essays in the middle that aren’t too bad, although Caro, Malmuth, and Sklansky have all done a better job of covering this ground. The last few essays drop in quality again.

Early in the book, Sykes promises all his essays will be about poker. If they all are, though, I …

Tips on Finding a Legal Document Translator

Legal documents are among the most technical documents and they can be hard to translate. Finding a translator to translate your legal documents can be tricky because you have to find a trusted and skilled translator since legal documents are important. You also have to find one that has knowledge in the legal system and the terminologies used in the translation of legal documents. You have to bear in mind that a mistranslated word can have serious effect when dealing with legal documents.

 

Here are some tips on how to look for a translator to translate your legal documents according to onehourtranslation.com. The translator should be a master of the target language. If you want documents to be translated to Japanese, hire a translator that considers Japanese language as her native language or speaks very fluent Japanese. Another tip is the translator must have knowledge on the subject and should not only translate the documents word for word.

 

Professional document translation is necessary to bridge the language gap in a global economy. Learn more about it in this YouTube video from MultiLing.More about Translation Agencies UK

 

United States District Judge Cleared Several Units of Samsung from Patent Infringement Case

 

Intomobile.com posted a recent development in the patent infringement case of Apple Inc. against Samsung. According to the post United States Judge Lucy Koh of the District Court for the Northern District of California cleared several Samsung units from the infringement case. The units cleared are Galaxy S, Galaxy S II and the Samsung Galaxy Ace. This decision does not however prevent Apple inc. from continuing their case against these cleared devices with Samsung USA’s parent company.

 

Apple Inc. has finished presenting their case to the court. According to their lawyers, Samsung infringed the patent rights of Apple when it copied the patented design of Apple knowingly. Samsung disputed the claim and stated that the iPhone maker did not prove to the court that they did copy Apple’s design. Decision on the case will be announced soon and Samsung are planning counter charges against Apple if …

Casino Atlantis – Review

One of the world’s most fabulous resort destinations is located in the Bahamas, on a place called Paradise Island in Nassau. “Breathtaking” might be an understatement – somewhere between “fabulous” and “fantasy” you might find the right word to describe the Atlantis Resort.

Now you can have a small taste of the wonder that is Atlantis – because Sun International, owners of the resort, have just released their online gaming product, Casino Atlantis, powered by the latest version of Boss Media software.

One of the privileges of being a webmaster/online gaming consultant and attending shows all over the world is that you get to see products which are about to be released – and I had the pleasure of a sneak preview of Casino Atlantis almost two months in advance, and I was awestruck. So naturally I rushed to download the final copy as soon as it was available… it’s a 5 MB initial download and on my computer with dial-up access, it took less than 15 minutes to download. But to my dismay, that 5 MB download contained just one game! Now I know why the graphics are so breathtaking…

An early warning here – because Sun International is one of the world’s largest land-based casino operators, it has to ensure that it does not offer real-play to certain countries – these countries include the US, China, Germany, Japan, Korea, Unique Casino Bahamas, St. Kitts and Sweden. But even if you are from one of these countries, I highly encourage you to have a look just to see the beautiful graphics and try out the games – you never know when your country will suddenly allow real-play.

Having not played blackjack for a while, I decided it was time for a look-see – and after 15 minutes of play I ended up 6 units down. Don’t know why every time I double down I lose, but it was the same story here, and I play by the book – I guess blackjack is never going to be my destiny.

Time to move to the European roulette table – whilst …

Tur Bonus – Kesimpulan

Saya harap Anda yang telah mengikuti tur ini menghasilkan banyak uang. Meskipun ini akan menjadi bagian terakhir dari seri ini, akan ada banyak, banyak kasino yang menawarkan bonus untuk beberapa waktu, dan dengan mempraktikkan apa yang telah Anda pelajari melalui seri ini, Anda seharusnya dapat menghasilkan banyak uang!

Saatnya untuk membawa Anda kembali ke kasino Microgaming – tetapi kali ini yang akan menawarkan Anda bonus bebas risiko sebesar $50 – First Web Casino.

Pada dasarnya, cara kerjanya adalah Anda menyetor $50 (sebaiknya pagi-pagi sekali) dan Anda dapat bermain kapan saja hingga tengah malam GMT – itu Waktu Rata-Rata Greenwich, bukan Waktu Musim Panas Timur seperti dalam kebanyakan kasus – pada hari yang sama – dan kerugian apa pun yang harus Anda keluarkan akan dikembalikan hingga maksimum $50! Tentu saja, Anda berhak menyimpan kemenangan Anda secara penuh.

Banyak dari Anda tentu sudah akrab dengan perangkat lunak Microgaming sekarang, dan Anda tahu bahwa permainan pilihan saya di sini adalah Jacks atau Better Video Poker. Tapi kali ini, Anda dapat memainkan permainan apa pun yang Anda suka, dan karena ini bebas risiko 24 jam, Anda tidak akan kalah bahkan jika Anda kalah – jika Anda mengerti maksud saya – jadi mungkin cobalah untuk menambah $50 Anda sedikit, lalu coba beberapa permainan pembayaran yang lebih besar seperti slot CashSplash progresif, Caribbean Stud, apa pun – ini akan menjadi salah satu dari sedikit peluang yang Anda dapatkan untuk bermain game yang tidak memiliki harapan hampir 50-50.

Setor $50 – atau lebih jika Anda mau, tetapi ingat Anda hanya dapat mengklaim kembali kerugian hingga $50. Kemudian pergi untuk itu! Saya telah bermain di sini sebelumnya, jadi saya tidak akan memperbarui tabel di bawah ini – tetapi saya akan meninggalkannya untuk referensi Anda.

Dan ketika Anda selesai dengan bonus ini, jangan lupa Toto SGP untuk memasukkan informasi Anda – dan saya punya kejutan khusus untuk Anda – mereka memiliki kasino kembar, yang disebut Wild Jack – dan periode bebas risiko 24 jam yang sama berlaku! Tidak perlu khawatir tentang penyalahgunaan bonus karena Anda diperbolehkan memiliki satu akun di setiap kasino!

Jika Anda belum membuat tabel, seperti inilah …

Overstock.com Now Accepts Ether Payments with Crypto Gambling 

Announced on August 8, 2017, Overstock.com Inc. has integrated with instant asset exchange ShapeShift, allowing customers to select Ether as a payment method when shopping from a variety of nearly 4 million assorted products.

In addition to Ether, Overstock said it will also support payments from other major cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin, bitcoin cash, Litecoin, Dash, and Monero. Adopting these currencies, which have proven to be popular trading vehicles on crypto-exchanges, is another bold move by the company that boasts being the first major retailer to accept bitcoin. In addition, Overstock.com has a history of innovating with blockchain technology and was the first publicly traded organisation to distribute 126,000 shares of stock through a blockchain-based internet transaction, as reported by ETHNews.

Patrick M. Byrne, CEO and founder of Overstock, expressed the company’s commitment to giving consumers a choice. “Overstock is pro-freedom, including the freedom of individuals to communicate information about value and scarcity without relying on a medium created through the fiat of unaccountable government mandarins. For that reason, we have been an early proponent and adopter of cryptocurrencies.”

Shoppers who visit the site will be able to browse and pick their wares. When checking out, the payment option for cryptocurrencies appears adjacent to the credit/debit card option. Overstock uses ShapeShift to convert all tendered payments to bitcoin. Refunds are also processed in bitcoin, but a shopper can use ShapeShift to convert their refunds to any desired cryptocurrency.

ETHNews asked a spokesperson from Overstock to clarify the refund process:

“For returns, we will process like any other order, using USD for the base amount of the refund and then convert that to bitcoin, based on the exchange rates at the time of the refund. It’s the same process we use for purchases – the USD cost of a product is converted to bitcoin using the exchange rate at the time of purchase – just in reverse. So while the bitcoin amount may differ from purchase to return, it will represent the accurate USD value at the time of each transaction.”

It has been reported that Overstock will hold 50 percent of …

GameHouse Enters Into Agreements With Some of the Industry’s Leading Ligaz11 Entertainment Destination Sites

SEATTLE, WA – January 16, 2001– Strengthening their position in the ever growing and changing online gaming and entertainment industry, GameHouse has formed new alliances with some of the industry’s leading companies. New collaborations with iWon, NoPay2Play, Yep.com, CoolTeenChat and PhatGames are proving that GameHouse is quickly becoming the premiere game content provider on the Web.

 

“Games are an excellent tool to increase the frequency and duration of visitors.”, states GameHouse’s Business Development Representative, Garron Selliken. The partnerships with iWon, NoPay2Play, Yep.com, CoolTeenChat and PhatGames will prove the continued value of both GameHouse games and the BoomServer technology. The recently launched Ad Share program adds another means of acquiring the addictive game content that the talented folks at GameHouse continue to develop.

 

  •    iWon, (www.iwon.com), the leading destination Internet portal combining world-class search, content and functionality with the Internet’s largest guaranteed cash giveaway has entered into an Ad Share agreement with GameHouse, augmenting their games section with 32 GameHouse games.
  •    Nopay2play, Inc., (www.nopay2play.com) is an interactive gaming portal developing their own proprietary technology to launch with an exclusive standalone lottery product which offers the opportunity to win $1 Million, 24 hours a day. They have entered into an Ad Share agreement with GameHouse, featuring 12 GameHouse casino and Ligaz11games.

 

  •    Yep.com, (www.yep.com). Drawing about 6 million unique visitors each month, Yep.com is a gateway to more than 200,000 websites ranked by popularity. The unique ranking system, free e-mail, chat rooms, image searches and 20 content categories attracts a diverse audience including homemakers, college students and professionals. They have entered into an Ad Share agreement with GameHouse, enhancing their entertainment section with 8 single player games.

 

  •    CoolTeenChat, (www.coolteenchat.com) the #1 teen chat room featuring important news for cool teen chat users, has entered into an Ad Share agreement with GameHouse, adding 6 top notch games to their single player games section.

 

  •    PhatGames, (www.phatgames.net), owned by The Phatstart Network, the network for teens by teens and the source for free Internet gaming, has entered into an Ad Share agreement with GameHouse, adding 6 top-notch games to their single

Understanding The Nature Of UFA Poker By Playing Against Everyone In the World – Part 2

Nobody gets it.

Not only have I theorized that there are hands in actual real-life poker games that play best against an exact number of opponents, I have taught something since the seventies that should help us to understand these seemingly mysterious poker principles.

I posted this concept to RGP, but everyone seemed to skip right over it, as if it were trivial and inconsequential. It isn’t. It explains everything – and so, I’m going to share it with you now.

In draw poker, two small pair is a favorite against someone drawing cards, often against two players drawing cards. But beyond that the hand often becomes unprofitable. In poker, you see, a hand can be a favorite against each opponent individually and still lose money against a large field of opponents collectively. To explain this, I have – for more than 20 years – used the everyone-in-the-world-playing-poker analogy. I goes like this.

If you were playing five card draw against five billion opponents (everyone in the world back in 1976) and you were dealt a pat king-high straight flush, you’d be a huge favorite against each individual opponent. But if everyone in the world called, your hand would be almost worthless. How come? It’s because somebody out there is sure to end up with a royal flush – in fact, many opponents will share the pot with royal flushes.

Suppose everyone bet $1. The pot is now $5 billion. I know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking, “OK, I’m probably going to get this king-high straight flush beat, but it’s still profitable.” If I lose, I lose $1. If I win, I win $5 billion. So, I’ll just stick with this hand and hope nobody beats it.”

But, it doesn’t work that way. Come close. Listen to me. Each additional opponent only adds $1 to the pot. But the cumulative likelihood of somebody beating you gets larger by a factor that quickly overwhelms the value of the dollar. I know this is a tough concept, but look at it this way. I need you to think hard now. Suppose we …