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TOGEL SINGAPORE GAMBLERS AND RISK TAKERS:

 

 

During the 1994 Los Angeles earthquake, my house convulsed in the dark. I leaped from my bed to the hall doorway moments before a bookcase fell across the spot where I had been sleeping. Was my action a gamble or a calculated risk? Was I lucky? When we buy stock, change jobs, buy more computer technology, get married or buy a lottery ticket are we gambling or taking a calculated risk? What’s luck got to do with it?

 

In these turn of the century years, chaos and change bring disruption and opportunity to almost every area of our lives. Job security, gender roles and viable opportunities are in continual change. To keep our balance, survive and thrive we need to be clear and focused in our actions. Every choice we make, including the choice to do nothing, involves some kind of risk. A gamble has a high probability of loss. A calculated risk has a much higher probability of a positive outcome. Knowing the difference is essential to our success.

 

To make successful decisions and take positive action we must be in the realistic present. Emotional decision making can be lethal when governed by unexamined personal weaknesses and wounds from childhood. Finding and resolving old patterns of emotional highs and lows increases our ability to make a calculated risk. Even if old patterns are not resolved, acknowledging them and setting them aside during decision making can create better chances for being a winner.

 

Here is a comparison check list of traits and tendencies for gamblers and calculated risk takers.

 

Togel Singapore Gambler

Looks for excitement and danger.

Jumps in with the crowd momentum, not wanting to be left out or left behind.

Blames others or luck for bad outcome.

Lingers over losing …

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Women Togel Hongkong Poker Players Step Into The Spotlight

 

 

There is no reason for women not to be able to compete on equal footing against men playing a game that requires brains and not brawn. Several Togel Hongkong women are among the top players in the game today, including Cat Hulbert and Barbara Enright, who has a trio of World Series of Poker championship gold bracelets adorning her wrist and the distinction of being the first woman poker player ever to make the final table at the World Series of Poker main event.

 

Even so, the popularity of poker as Togel Hongkong television entertainment has reached such heights that Binion’s Horseshoe Casino & Hotel in downtown Las Vegas has announced it will be the site of the inaugural Women’ Poker Club Showdown Tournament September 9 through 11.

 

The Women’ Poker Club (WPC) lists 700 members among its ranks. Many women players who find live poker room play intimidating and unfriendly have found online casinos to be a suitable alternative for their passion. For some, the upcoming Las Vegas tournament will be their first experience in a “brink and mortar” environment.

 

“Many men seem to feel that women are easy targets at the poker table,” said Maryanne Morrison, president of the WPC. “Yet our WPC tournaments have proved tougher competition than most mixed events I have participated in. Women are outstanding contenders in this sport.”

 

The main event at Togel Hongkong Binion’s will be a No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournament on Saturday, September 11. The buy-in of $100 plus $25 will create a prize pool estimated at over $10,000.

 

“It will be an exhilarating three days, with optional poker classes and social events built into the tournament agenda,” Morrison said. “Many Togel Hongkong members know each other from playing online and sharing strategy …

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5 Tips For Winning At Video Casino Extra Poker

 

 

Video Poker combines both Luck and skill. The luck part is the cards that are randomly dealt to the player. The skill part encompasses much more then simply knowing what to hold and what to fold. In this article we’ll discuss some of the things every video poker player should be doing, regardless of their game play strategy.

 

  1. Only Play At Full Pay Machines

 

One of the smartest things any potential video poker player can do is to check the payout schedule before he or she starts playing. The payout Casino Extra schedule tells you how much you’ll be paid for each winning hand. In a Jacks or Better Video Poker game 9/6 is considered full pay. That simply means that 9 coins are paid out for a Full House and 6 coins are paid out for a Flush. Many casinos pay out less then 9/6, meaning that in the long run, you’ll simply win less money.

 

  1. Always Play Max Coins

 

A Mistake many novice players make is to play fewer coins, thinking this will keep them in the game longer. The problem with that theory is many machines will give you proportionately more coins for hitting a Royal Flush with max coins then they will for hitting with less then the max. If you’re worried about going through your bankroll too Casino Extra quickly, play at a low coin size. Or, if you’re really not sure how to play, us a play for free version of the game until you’ve gotten your feet wet.

 

  1. Plan How Much You’re Willing To Lose –And Stick To It.

 

There is a lot of luck involved in winning Video Poker. Unfortunately, too many players keep pumping coins into the machine, thinking their luck is bound …

‘Lego Star Wars: The Yoda Chronicles’ DVD review

Over the past couple of years we’ve been treated to some amazing Lego Star Wars treats on television (The Padawan Menace and The Empire Strikes Out) and so comes this collection of the first two episodes from the new series, The Yoda Chronicles.

Fans of the previous two specials will be glad to hear that The Simpsons writer Michael Price, who penned the aforementioned instalments, has also written these little beauties.

These stories focus on, as the title may suggest, Yoda and find the little green one up against a new, dark force as Kaiburr crystals are stolen from lightsabers to produce a Sith-enhanced Clone Trooper. Old skool fans will be impressed to see that the Kaiburr crystal gets a mention and plays such a big part in the story (initially part of the original Star Wars screenplay).

The first episode, ‘The Phantom Clone’, sets up the premise whilst the second, ‘Menace of the Sith’, finds the Sith-enhanced Clone Trooper not too happy with being either a Sith or a Jedi, determined to make his own way in life. But don’t think that the plot gets in the way of humour – you’ll find both eps bursting with laughs.

There are numerous, very knowing, and quite surprising digs at the movies: Anakin Skywalker is a “great Jedi but not a very good actor”; a neat origin gag about General Grievous and his coughing; and the continuing inability of the Jedi to notice that Palpatine and Sidious were the same person (sorry, spoilers if you haven’t seen Revenge of the Sith).

But it’s Yoda himself that attracts the most guffaws as his speech pattern is wonderfully toyed with. It’s been done many times before, and by lesser talented hacks, but Price is a master at getting laugh …

‘Horrible Histories’ Series 5 DVD review

CBBC’s Horrible Histories returns for a final series. It’s still very good, bowing out while the quality is still high and with the cast moving onto new things (The Wrong MansYonderland).

As well as being educational, and 99.9% historically accurate, it also never overestimates the capability of a well-pulled face, silly voice or a rat in a hat to make you laugh. The writing, acting and music work on several levels, with subtle jokes for the kids, fart jokes for everyone and Morrissey references for the parents.

By this stage, it’s very consistent. Most sketches garner a laugh, and by now the appearance of Charles II, Death and Henry VIII are comedy shorthands.

It’s reminiscent of The Day Today in terms of replicating televisual styles, as historical events are inserted into contemporary genres. Behind the scenes there are some names with impressive credits, ranging back to Alas Smith and JonesThe Mary Whitehouse Experience and The Office. The look of the show is also deserving of praise, from cinematography to costume to set dressing.

Another reason it works so well is the way it’s both incredibly silly and gleefully unsympathetic at times. While there are celebrations of figures such as Rosa Parks, there’s more about revelling in the stupidity of the past. Even Archimedes is portrayed as a bumptious genius, and the Titanic sketch is very funny, but incredibly bleak.

Still, at least no-one can claim ‘Too soon’.…

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ DVD review

When Nip/Tuck creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s American Horror Story first surfaced a couple of years ago, it proved to be a high camp, deliciously OTT small screen take on classic horror movie conventions.

This second installment ups the ante significantly, with the action transported to a 1960s US asylum and the general atrocities you might imagine could go on there.

Reuniting some of the cast of the first season’s haunted house adventures

, though with each actor playing a different role, we see Jessica Lange preposterous as ever as Briarcliff Mental Institution’s authoritarian senior nun, Sister Jude, who is charged with overseeing the recuperation of accused killer Kit (Evan Peters), lesbian journalist Lana Winters (Sarah Paulson) and axe murderer Grace Bertrand (Lizzie Brochere).

Along the way, we encounter Zachary Quinto, returning as the enigmatic Dr Thredson, alongside new recruits Joseph Fiennes as the Institution’s troubled Monsignor and the great James Cromwell as Dr Arden, who may or may not be an escaped Nazi war criminal.

As brutal as the first outing, Asylum pushes the boundaries of television censorship with often unrelentingly grim depictions of torture and savagery. Still, this is made extremely palatable by an excellent ensemble cast throwing themselves into the sometimes almost cartoon caricature roles. With supporting turns from a brilliantly (literally) devil-may-care Lily Rabe as the possessed Sister Mary Eunice and the perfectly cast Chloe Sevigny as a doomed nymphomaniac, it’s the performances which really mark this out as great TV.

A few problems do arise, though. Occasionally, shaky writing and melodramatic silliness do take over as plot contrivances serve to confuse in a badly-written, rather than deliberately mad-ass David Lynch way, making a few moments which should have been gloriously out-there just a bit underwhelming. Still, with guest writers including The X Files’ …

What is the Bitfilm Festival?

If you’re a tech loving film junkie looking for a festival that’s a little bit quirky, then the Bitfilm festival could be it.

While the Bitfilm festival is beginning to fade out, we could see a re-introduction of this interesting festival due to the sudden rise in popularity of the Bitcoin being used in a number of other areas, such as online casinos, RPG games, trading and much more. Since 2000, Bitfilm Production have been organising the Bitfilm festival, which showcased films that used new digital technologies in an innovative, creative and unique way. This was all carried out as an online event, but there were a number of guest events which would take place throughout the world in Hamburg, Barcelona, Tel Aviv, Bangalore, Tokyo and many other cities.

In 2014 however, the film festival was reinvented in order to provide viewers with the world’s first film festival that showed films related to the elusive yet popular crypto currency Bitcoin. Here, we’re taking a look at what Bitcoin actually is, giving you a rundown of the last Bitfilm festival (which happened in 2015) and discussing whether we’re likely to see a return of this intriguing festival.

What Is Bitcoin?

Bitcoin is a type of crypto currency that can be used in a number of ways and has the potential to reinvent the world of finance, gaming, banking, government and much more. This powerful, decentralised currency is one of the most interesting technologies that we have seen since the turn of the century, and while still in its infancy, Bitcoin has developed rapidly over the years.

One of the major places we have seen Bitcoin begin to leave its mark is in the online gaming industry. Sites such as Bitcoin Casino Pro act as a central hub to provide those new …

‘Wartime’ review: 1987’s ‘Doctor Who’ spin-off arrives on DVD

Wartime was the first independently released spin-off from Doctor Who and it kicked off a plethora of fan-made, direct to video productions which helped keep the spirit of the show alive during the years it was not being made by the BBC.

While the character of the Doctor belongs to the BBC, writers in the classic series often retained rights over their own creations, so producers Reeltime Productions were able to approach UNIT’s creator, former script editor producer Derrick Sherwin, and obtain permission to use the character and concepts.

Scripted by Andy Lane and Helen Stirling, 1987’s Wartime runs to some thirty minutes and tells a story about UNIT’s RSM Benton (John Levene) – a stalwart figure of the Pertwee era – who encounters ghosts from his family’s past while on a routine assignment and has to put them to rest in order to get back to his mission.

With Michael Wisher (Davros) playing Benton’s father and a bombastic score from Mark Ayres, who would go on to provide the music for three McCoy stories, Wartime is an intriguing tale which makes the most of its limited budget. Presented here in its remastered 1997 version, the story also boasts a voice only cameo from the legendary Brigadier (Nicholas Courtney).

This release is a two-disc set and as enjoyable as the main feature is, a wealth of supplementary content almost steals the show. As well as a wonderfully rambling introduction from producer/director Keith Barnfather and Pertwee-era companion Katy Manning, the main attraction is footage of a panel from the Doctor Who Appreciation Society’s 1986 PanopitCon event, in which Jon Pertwee, John Levene, Richard Franklin (Captain Mike Yates) and stuntman Terry Walsh took questions from an audience of fans.

Presented unedited, we hear memories of working on ‘The Three Doctors’, the start …

‘Doctor Who’ spoiler-free preview: ‘The Return of Doctor Mysterio’ is ideal holiday fare

It’s been a long old year since we left the Doctor at the Singing Towers of Darillium with River Song, and he’s remained unseen on our television screens – save only for a brief appearance in the opener of BBC Three’s Doctor Who spin-off Class.

CultBox was lucky enough to be invited to the premiere of this year’s Christmas special, ‘The Return of Doctor Mysterio’ at the BFI Southbank. In truth, it was actually the second premiere of the day, the first having been to two hundred eleven year olds in the afternoon.

The special is aptly titled, as Steven Moffat’s script addresses the Doctor’s absence, as well as the return of Nardole. It does not dwell though, instead focussing on providing a tale suffused with joy; this is a love letter to the optimistic tone of the Christopher Reeve era Superman movies. While it has some fun at the expense of superhero tropes, there is always a deep affection for the genre on display.

Despite the production never leaving Wales, the whole piece is firmly placed within the rooftops and skyscrapers of comic book New York and offers some great comic moments, a nicely unsettling new villain with an icky modus operandi and some perfectly pitched performances from the main guest cast.

This is ideal holiday fare and should keep the less ardent members of the family entertained too, as well as whetting fannish appetites for Series 10 with the customary series teaser, including some more glimpse of Pearl Mackie’s Bill.

‘The Return of Doctor Mysterio’ airs at 5.45pm on Sunday 25 December on BBC One.

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Poll: Which group of ‘Doctor Who’ characters is the best Team TARDIS of all time? Vote here!

“I thought we might need a gang,” says the Doctor in ‘Dinosaurs on a Spaceship’. “Never really had a gang before. It’s new.”

He’s totally lying, of course. The Time Lord has been fond of having a gang around him right since the very first episode back in November 1963 and, while he seems to favour just having one companion in general, he’s put together a number of collectives over the years.

But who makes the ultimate Team TARDIS?…