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Top 10 Tips When Buying Pre-paid Calling Cards by Candice Pimentel
... These calling cards do not care whether the user is on a vacation or is just saving the calls for more important occasions, they just deactivate the card and that’s it! Fuzzy billing: Some pre-paid calling cards have a lot of teasers to offer that do not really help but just bugs the mind of the user. Be wise and use the calculator. Add the taxes and the fees that come with the card. Watch out for the very expensive international calls. Heaven forbid if you decide to dial international ...

Using Random Student Cards in Class by Frank Holes Jr.
... The cards can be shuffled each time you use them, or you can leave the order and pick up there again later, ensuring you've called on every student before repeating. Now, can you stack the deck? Of course! Because you hold the cards, only you know if you've chosen truly at random. This is useful when you just know a student isn't paying attention, or if you want to check understanding by a specific student. Should you worry about students who still seem to never be called upon?

Christmas Cards, Online Or Offline by Wycliffe Williams
... Flimsy cheap cards do not portray the type of christmas card greeting you want to send. Shop for cards early online. You may catch a sale or a special. Almost 3 billion christmas cards were made last year. Many are still stored away with the ornaments. Why throw them away? Use them for decorations and for making different crafts. You can always send them to St. Judes Ranch. Thats a nonprofit youth home. They reuse your old cards. It is always best to call them first.

Poker Sit And Go Report - Heads Up Control by Marty Smith
... Hand strength therefore, should only come into play when your opponent chooses to call your raise, or reraise your raise. If he just calls and the flop gives you some hope, like say a draw or pair, then you will be using your chips here to take him out of the pot, or use your odds and math skills or your poker calculator to determine your chances of winning the hand should you need to call your opponent’s all in bet. Your main strategy here is to essentially take your opponent’s breath away.

Discover More Phone Services by Cathy Seiler
... Some calling cards offer current rates of 3.9˘ per minute – quite a savings from traditional long distance call phone services that are charged to your home. Need to compare your current cellular phone plan against other plans? Utilize phone services websites to shop and compare, and to look for deals. Many people are using their cellular phones as their primary and only phone, so it pays to compare plans. Also check out your current Internet charges for dial-up or DSL services.

Secrets of Texas Hold 'Em by Mila Man
... Exception: you have A and something else (under 8), then check or call but if you have K and the other card is below 8 then throw them away always. Not worth playing. If you have AA, AK or KK then always raise right at the beginning but keep in mind that you do not bet too small, the idea is to go on playing against one or two players. This way you have much better chance to beat your opponents. As a conclusion of all this, reserve a of time for yourself, maybe several hours.

The Psychology of Poker Calculators by Marty Smith
... Herein lays the value of a tool you can use on your computer, called a poker calculator. Poker Calculators are handy tools for online play that give you (at the very least) accurate pot odds to know if you should be in a hand in the first place, but also to offer the right advice for checking, folding, or betting in any given situation. Now consider this - the right advice from a poker calculator is actually the mathematically correct decision. As all experienced poker players will tell ...

Poker Calculators and Do You Suffer From the Top Pair Syndrome? by Marty Smith
... your will with over-cards to a made hand is lunatic fringe. Finally, many internet players truly misjudge the strength of their hands, frequently overplaying such holdings as JQs, KQs, A10, AJ, and low pairs. Had they been using a poker calculator like Holder Pirate, it would recommend folding such hands to a raise, while some others with looser settings and value pots would maybe, say call. I have seen many players in the early rounds let their tournament ride with AQ, 66, and even 22!

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