Poker Calculators and The Slansky Group Hand Rankings by Marty Smith
... By clustering hands based on win rate and strength, it’s easier to keep track of basic betting strategies associated with each individual hand. For example, in Slansky Group 3 hands you will find 99, AQ, ATs, and JTs among others. The best cluster though is Slansky’s Group One which includes AA, AKs, KK, QQ, and JJ. They are going to show very high percentage win rates on your poker calculator as well as “raise, and re-raise” recommendations. In adopting the Slansky Group of Hands your ...
Technology...The Culprit and the Tool by Cynthia Kyriazis
... Stop the repetition to save time
Organizing and time management strategies encourage users to develop systems for routine tasking. Technology helps save time by performing routine tasks that are both inevitable and repetitive. Most electronic equipment offers features such as automatic telephone dialing, alarms, reminders, etc. Make an appointment with yourself to setup and learn these types of features and save yourself some future time. Combine activity for efficiency
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GED Programs and the GED: A Value Beyond Basic Skills Proficiency by Michael Ormsby
... As business managers evaluate workforce skills shortages or weigh their workforce development objectives, consider that the GED credential has a value that extends beyond basic skills proficiency. Employers want employees who have - or can acquire – a comprehensive skill set that includes basic skills, knowledge application, critical thinking and technical competence. But related abilities are equally important – abilities that contribute to workforce stability and productivity.
Console Gaming vs. Computer Gaming by Jared Strop
... If you have a basic knowledge of computers, you’ll be fine. If you don’t, then a console might be better for you. So as I’ve explained, if you want more than a gaming system for school and work or you just like gaming genres like RTS and MMORG games, I would go with a PC. If you love platformers, Action/Adventure, or Sports games or your wallet is a tad on the empty side, I’d go with a console. It won’t be able to surf the Internet or help you with anything else, but it’ll play some great ...
Casino Games - How Professional Blackjack Started by A. Prudent
... In 1962 Edward Thorp this time using computer technologies calculate and published in his book Beat The Dealer not only the basic strategy of playing but also card counting. Thorp states that blackjack differs from roulette, craps and other games of luck, the result of every hand in blackjack depends on the previous dealing - it really matters which cards drew back form the game and which remained in the pack. Most of the stuff calculated by Thorp is still precise, but all the serious ...
The Diet Demons by Deborah Caruana
... As a daily resource you can go to (when you log in with basic information they never bother you with emails.) From there you can enter the foods you eat and with each food you enter the site will give you a break down of carbs, fats, and proteins plus nutrients and caloric count. It will also give you a more detailed break down of your activities. The more you use this site the better you will understand food how it breaks down and how it supplies your daily required nutrients.
Teach Your Kids Arithmetic - The Quick-Add - Part I by Joe Pagano
... Now let us examine how the brain circuitry works in doing 10 + 07. The brain performs 1 + 0 in the “tens column” and 0 + 7 in the “ones column,” thus capitalizing on the “Additive Identity Property” of 0. This is in fact a “no-brainer.” Therefore, our strategy tool for addition will be to convert addition problems into their associated “Quick-Adds.” Once done, this simplifies additions enormously. Stay tuned, as in Part II I will go into much more detail about this whole procedure.
Retirement Calculator by Milos Pesic
... These are the basic information required to make your calculation: Current Savings - The total savings you have set aside for your retirement. Annual Retirement Income – The amount you need to live on once you retire (after taxes). This amount should cover all living expenses for a year and should not be less than 70 % of your current income if you want to maintain your current standard of living. Annual Yield – It is your expected rate of return.