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World of Warcraft Versus Runescape, for the *th Time

Let’s clear up a few things first. I am a member of Runescape, WoW, and Judi Poker Online. I am not that 10-year-old nerdy little fanboy with huge glasses in the basement. I played Runescape first because back in college I didn’t have enough money for WoW and Runescape was free. I spend equal time on both of them, and I’ve spent more than a few days scoffing at the flamers that waste their lives arguing about each game’s potential, stupidity, and other things that don’t really matter.

Let’s start with Runescape. Runescape requires no download, is played in your browser, requires you to create an account, is updated very, very frequently, and has a five-dollar membership program that expands the world more than three times and adds tons of new options including skills and equipment. First question: Is Runescape worth the subscription and is it fun to play if you don’t have one? These are very opinionated questions, but disregarding that, the bottom line runs as a yes for each. For the free play, you really don’t lose anything like a free player. There are still tons of skills and places to be discovered, and the gameplay mechanic doesn’t change. Runescape, however, is worth the subscription. The member world is huge, and not only do you gain more skills, but the free skills are also further expanded on. There are weapons and items beyond count added into the game. The additions will keep you addicted for hundreds of hours, and in the end, that is what matters, whether the game is fun to play.

Second question: what is the status of the player base and the developers? First off, Jagex is good at what they do, and there is no denying it. Runescape was the original idea from two brothers. You can’t deny that Jagex made something worth your while when you play Runescape. As for the player base, it leaves a bit to be desired. While most people on the forums and in the free worlds are nice and helpful, the members, specifically when they visit the free worlds, are a bit obnoxious, and tend to brag and beat down the newbs. High leveled players tend to be jerks and will respond to questions with answers best described as hateful.

Final Question: how well does Runescape fit the niche it was made for? Very well, I think the resonating answer is. Runescape is one of those games that are fun, addicting, keep you involved, and have a good quest and story system without you needing to know any backstory at all. You can get on Runescape for five minutes and accomplish lots. The final verdict? Runescape doesn’t deserve half the hate it receives, despite some kinks and glitches that need to be worked out. Runescape is a great game and we can only hope that Jagex will continue the good work.

Now for World of Warcraft. The first question is the same as with Runescape: is WoW worth the hefty fifteen dollar fee to play, especially since there is no option for free play? This question is probably the most blurry in terms of a straight answer. All in all, most people would say yes, and so would I. If you have never played World of Warcraft, you wouldn’t know how absolutely humongous the game world is. It takes literal hours to travel across, not including the expansion packs. As an added bonus, monsters drop trash loots. This may not matter to some, but it adds realism. It’s nice to kill a wolf and have the option of it dropping either a fang, a claw, a pelt, ahead, meat, tail, or an ear. It’s things like that that make the world seem like a continually moving dimension. There are so many items in-game that counting them without a computer would be suicide. The amount of gameplay content, and the total addictiveness of the game, make the answer yes.

Second question, like above, involving the player base and developers. First off, Blizzard is probably the most talented game studio ever created, arguably, along with Bungie. (or whoever else you favor) Blizzard has made so many quality games in their day that they practically define the perfect game for quite a few genres. Did you know Blizzard has three employees dedicated to keeping the world lore straight for each of its game universes? Talk about dedication! As for the player base, no complaints here. Although you may come across the occasional snob, most players are very helpful and friendly, and the ticket system works and ensures a swift response from Blizzard. (Maybe not so swift, but more so than other games) The guild system works well and allows you to get to know a select few people. It’s like a family almost.

Final question: the niche. WoW fits a lot of niches of the RPG genre. Like Runescape, you can accomplish things with just five minutes, albeit not as much. World of Warcraft, really, however, is meant to be a commitment. You hear about people losing their lives to this game. That is entirely correct. Losing friends to WoW may make you hate the game, but you can’t deny that that is just a product of its quality. Leveling up in WoW and doing high-end dungeons and raids is when WoW really gets fun. Repetitive it may be, there is no denying the epicness of crashing through Naxxramas and owning the bosses. The same applies to quests, specifically the Wrathgate in WotLK. Without spoiling it, there is an amazing cutscene made from in-game graphics. The final verdict for WoW is simple. Despite your opinions, there is absolutely no denying that WoW is a genre-definer, the role model for MMORPGs. The massive world and beauty will stun you the whole way.

These are the true measures of a game, the real way it should be defined. Graphics may make a game nicer, but in the end, they don’t matter. It’s the quality of the gameplay and whether it is actually fun to play. At the end, which of these you like better is definitely about opinion, but save your breath and stop flaming them, because both have immense potential to become so much better than they are, and we can all agree that then we would truly have some great games on our hands.

RPG’s Became My Drug of Choice

I consider myself an intelligent, rational, well-rounded woman. I’ve always loved reading, writing, and sketching. Those were my tools to release my stress and anxiety. But back in 1990, I met a man who introduced a new interest in my life. He was a co-worker and a great friend. His name was Herb and he was the catalyst to my addiction. Role-playing games! Herb was an avid gamer. RPG’s were his preferred genre. He talked about his gaming with such passion and animation you would have thought that he was talking about actual people and places. Moreover, he also made me visit Website that had the best RPG games. That was the turning point for me and I started to enjoy RPG games thereafter. 

At that time I was a divorced mother of three and playing video games was not an option. Up at 4:00 a.m. and not back in bed until 11:00 p.m. My life was hectic and filled with work, kids, and school. Gaming was something my children did. I couldn’t imagine myself ever engaging in that type of activity. But Herb was unrelenting. He told me that the games were a great stress reliever. So, after weeks of his trying to sell me on the notion of just trying one game, I gave in. My first RPG experience was with StarTropics made by Nintendo. Within the first hour of gameplay, I was hooked.

StarTropics was only the beginning. I later became a fan of the Zelda, Final Fantasy, and Sims series. Herb was initially my “supplier.” Every “addict” has a “supplier.” He would loan me a new game every other week. But then I started purchasing my own games. My collection of RPG’s was a sight to behold and I rarely loaned them out. My discs had to be kept pristine and in mint condition. I even became a member of Herb’s gaming group. We discussed strategies, upcoming releases, graphics, systems, etc. My free time soon became dedicated to the gameplay. I would play for hours on end. No food or drink, just bathroom breaks.

At first, the impact on my life was subtle. My children who were still in elementary school actively participated in my gameplay. They coached me through dungeons, battles, and maps like old pros. But gradually, I stopped socializing. I wouldn’t go out, I stopped answering my phone, and I stopped writing when I was playing a game. My reading material soon included game magazines. On my morning commute to work I would find myself mentally working through a dungeon or puzzle I couldn’t get through the prior night. My gaming went from being restricted to weekends only to almost daily.

Then in the first week of January 1994, my brother who had been seriously ill for a very long time took a turn for the worst. He was my younger brother and I knew that his death was inevitable. So I went to see him in the hospital one last time. I wasn’t prepared for what I saw. The image of him emaciated and just barely holding on will haunt me for the rest of my life. To cope with the grief that I was already experiencing I started playing an RPG. I can’t recall the name of that particular game right now. But what I do remember is playing that game day and night for a week. Right up until Jan. 10, the day my brother died. I was so focused on that game I didn’t have time to think, feel, or cry. I was just numb and that’s just what I wanted at that time. It was when I stopped playing that I finally broke down.

I didn’t work for that week while playing that game. I couldn’t. And I no longer play as fervently as I once did. Like shoes, we outgrow certain things at different stages in our lives. I’ve overcome my addiction by focusing on other interests and pursuits. RPG’s are no longer a focal point in my life. Don’t get me wrong, every once in awhile I’ll pick up a controller and indulge myself. But only for a little while. The illusion of escape that I once found through and in the role-playing games is no longer there.

Northwest Casinos in Washington State: Where to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

There are so many casinos advertising on TV to get your almighty dollar to enter their establishment in Washington State. The most exciting and “Vegas” type experiences are usually run by Indian Tribes such as the Muckleshoot, Tulalip, and Snoqualmie tribes. If I’m going to part with some hard-earned money for an evening, I definitely like a casino with some ambiance and that treats me like a VIP whether I’m dishing out dollars or pennies. If you’re wondering which Northwest Casinos offer the best “value,” If that word can even be said in the same sentence with “casino,” you need to consider a few things. You will find some more tips and tricks that you can follow in order to keep yourself updated and at the top of your card game with Judi online terpercaya.

The Players Card: Even if you only frequent a casino once in a blue moon, the “players card” makes sense to own so that any money you are spending can come back to you in comp dollars. I have a player’s card at three Northwest Casinos just so that I can receive mailers, offers, and free gambling vouchers monthly. The Snoqualmie Casino sends me $10.00 a week free just for coming to gamble at their establishment. The best part is I don’t even have to spend the money there if I don’t choose to. I can just cash in the voucher for my $10.00 and walk out. Now odds have it that most customers won’t leave with the $10.00 which I am definitely a statistic of. Many times I’m able to turn that $10.00 into $60.00 or more and leave! That’s the whole key as everyone knows, leaving while you’re ahead. The Muckleshoot Casino in Auburn, WA sends you bi-weekly cash vouchers for your play. The only issue is if you aren’t playing, you aren’t receiving cash (sometimes $5.00 but not as much as Snoqualmie). I usually receive about $15-$20 every 2 weeks but honestly, I feel like the Snoqualmie Casino does a lot better job in getting me there more often with weekly money and more of it regardless of my play.

While you’re playing with your card in the machines or at the table games you are earning points. These points can be used to receive a cashback, pay for food items, or buy things in the gift shop. I must say the majority of the time I use mine for food as the points are usually dollar for dollar on food items. Use your points to pay for a delicious buffet dinner, gifts, or take the cashback and try your luck again on machines or table games.

Variety of Games: Keeping up with the newest technology and fun in slot machines is a definite need for a casino. I have to say that Snoqualmie Casino is first place again in this area. Muckleshoot is a close second and Tulalip, of course, is probably tied as well for first but due to it being the farthest from my home I don’t frequent it as often as the others. Slot machines are a fun and addicting way to spend time at the casino. So many of them have bonus games within the game that keep you coming back for more. Some of my favorites are Super Jackpot Party, Rembrandt’s Riches, Davinci’s Diamonds, and Lobster Mania. All of these have bonus games that include extra spins, choosing lobster pots, and other fun video game type experiences. As games upgrade it’s important that a casino keep up with the newest games to draw in customers and all of these casinos do a good job of that.


I must say that of these three casinos, Tulalip has figured out the dining experience like no other. My husband and I spent my birthday there and not only are there dinning off the hook, but they also have lodging as well which the other two casinos lack. Having a “vegas” type experience with hotel, dinner, and entertainment was definitely a plus. Tulalip also has a spa that was perfect for my husband. He isn’t a big-time gambler and prefers having his cares rubbed away versus betting on them. It’s easy for us both to enjoy the venue and we’ll continue to go back for their most incredible dining experience that features a five-course meal by an amazing chef and changes monthly in Tulalip Bay. The value was incredible and I’m looking forward to having another dining experience in the near future.


All over service at Tulalip was probably the best I’ve seen in Washington. This really says a lot as they have many areas they “could” potentially fail in but they don’t. The rooms are spotless, the wait staff attentive, and overall service welcoming and friendly. The Muckleshoot Casino fails miserably in this area. Their servers are usually grumpy and seem like they are working for the government more than a casino. The service is slow and the food is mediocre. For as much money as this casino pulls in, it is shocking to me that they don’t consider their customers a bit more. I realize that the majority of the customers are paying with comp dollars, but the tips are not comped and I have a hard time EVER leaving more than 15% for these folks as it’s like pulling teeth to get my drink refilled or food in a timely fashion. I always feel like they’re doing me a favor. It’s the same when my slot machine has an issue. I have to basically “find” a person to help me and they are always slow and irritated when they have to fix the machine. As if I’ve purposely made the machine run out of paper. Snoqualmie does a much better job. Their staff is welcoming, the cocktail waitresses quick to serve and with a smile, and those that handle the machines are kind about assisting me with whatever the issue. It just feels like a classier experience every time I’m there.


Though the Muckleshoot Casino is still under renovations and making a lot of changes like their Coyaba Grill which is the best dining experience they have to date with gorgeous pendant lights everywhere, but the ambiance still doesn’t feel as rich as the other two. Snoqualmie and Tulalip have managed to really make you feel like you’re in “Little Vegas.” With gorgeous furnishings, perfect lighting, and exciting music you definitely want to stay out and party as long as possible. The Muckleshoot feels very dark and a little cheesy. One thing Muckleshoot does have that the others do not is a complete non-smoking casino. I gravitate toward that casino just so that I don’t have to take a shower immediately after getting home. As a non-smoker, there is nothing worse than sitting down to my favorite slot machine and having a smoker sit down next to me and light up. I immediately have to get up and move and I may have felt the vibe with that particular machine so it’s annoying when that occurs.

Regardless of where you decide to play, eat, and frolic all three of these casinos have something fun to offer. I feel like I win the most at Snoqualmie and then Muckleshoot. Tulalip I haven’t really won much money at but the rest of the experience made it worthwhile and I hope to get over to it again soon for another occasion. My play mostly consists of slots so if I was playing table games my odds might be different but for slot play, I recommend Snoqualmie for bigger payouts more often. Another cool thing with Snoqualmie is the Snoqualmie Falls just a short drive away and the lodge there with great dining and shopping as well. Whichever casino you choose remember to join their player’s club for coupons, vouchers, and heads up on concerts and other fun activities on a monthly basis. If you sign up for Snoqualmie’s I’ve just earned you $40.00 for the month after you sign up! Enjoy!

New Jersey: Your Amusement Park Getaway! Check this out

Are you a thrill seeker? Do you enjoy a good water park? If you answered yes to these questions then you would most definitely enjoy a trip to New Jersey. A little known secret amongst New Jersey residents, is that we have Amusement parks spread out all over our tiny state. New Jersey has amusement parks from the very large to the very small, and they all are a blast to visit.

If you like rides that make your hair stand up on the back of your neck and cause you to scream in pure terror, then Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ is the place for you. They have coasters like Nitro, that sends you screaming down a 215 foot drop nearing speeds of 80 mph. Superman: Ultimate Flight, gives you the chance to really experience the gift of flight as you soar head first through it’s twist and turns. The Great American Scream Machine, is another hair raising coaster and it also happens to be one of the longest, tallest, and fastest coasters in the world. Kingda Ka is truly not for the faint at heart, reaching 45 stories this crazy coaster is the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world. Great Adventure has to many coasters to mention them all, but it is a thrill seekers paradise boasting nine of the craziest rides on the planet, with five less crazy coasters for the squeamish. Family’s are not forgotten at Great Adventure.With attractions like Houdini’s Great escape were your eyes play tricks on you in this spectacle and ride combination and the 3-D motion simulator ride, taking you for an adventure under the sea with America’s beloved Sponge Bob Square pants. Looney Tunes Seaport, Bugs Bunny National Park and Balin’s Jungle land are especially designed for young children with rides, characters, and attractions that are sure to please even the littlest members of your family. New for 2007 is Wiggles World, themed around the popular kids music group, this area was made specifically for kids ages 2-6 years of age. Six Flags also has a wide variety of entertainment with something for everyone. For animal lovers they have Dolphin Discovery which is interactive and entertaining. Temple of the Tiger is an exciting show that features Bengal tigers. They also have Toon Idol, which kids love, street entertainers, parades, concerts and several other seasonal events throughout the year. Along with Great Adventure, Six Flags in Jackson also houses two additional parks Hurricane Harbor and Wild Safari. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor was created with the water lover in mind, it has more water rides than one could even imagine. With wave pools boasting ocean sized waves, one of the largest floating rivers you’ll ever see and a plethora of water slides this park is loads of fun. Six Flags Wild Safari is an experience in itself.You’ll drive your own car through this 350 acre wild life preserve and it gives you and your family the opportunity to get up close and personal with animals of all kinds. All around Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ is an experience not to be missed.

Clementon Amusement Park, in Clementon NJ is a 100 year old charming park with rides and shows for all ages. Nestled in a small town and built on a lake this park offers picnic areas and rides on the lake on the Clementon Belle showboat. In addition to its thrill rides, kids attractions and shows, Clementon Park boasts it’s own adjoining water park called Splash World. Splash World is nice way to cool off mid day with it’s lazy river, racing water slides, wading pools and so much more. With pricing options that families can afford, Clementon Park is a popular stop for local residents.

If your looking for something special for your mini thrill seekers Storybook Land and The Land of Make Believe are sure to please. Storybook Land is imagination and your child’s favorite classic fairy tales all rolled up in one park. This park is located in Egg Harbor Township and is literally a walk down fairy tale lane, with excellent children’s rides, picnic areas and photo opportunities that will last a lifetime this is one trip every kid will love. The Land of Make Belive, located in Hope, NJ is another park that will satisfy the little ones, but with a little more for adults to enjoy as well. They have water rides, a roller coaster, hayrides, games and more. The Land of Make Believe also has interactive shows, a civil war locomotive ride and kids can see inside a world war two aircraft. It is truly a fun filled day your family will remember.

Mountain Creek water park, is packed with enough water rides to fill an entire day. With rides that will thrill you like Bombs Away, a body slide ending in an 18ft plummet and the H2-Oh-No a body slide that you will have to muster up the nerve to take the 99ft vertical slide and the story line of 토토사이트 game is almost similar to that but the difference is that these games are not free to play. They also have a Cannon Ball Falls where you can cliff jump either 18 ft or 23 ft into the water below and Tarzan Swings where you swing out and fall into the water below. Children will just love the special areas set aside just for them with Junior Rapids, a wading pool, and so much more. Mountain Creek is located in Vernon, NJ not to far from New York.

As you can see, New Jersey has plenty of fun filled places to visit. It’s not just the land of casinos and factories, but a place for the child in all of us.

Are Odd Numbers Luckier Than Even Numbers?

I recently heard someone say that you couldn’t buy two dollars worth of lottery tickets, but had to buy three or five dollars worth because odd numbers are luckier than even numbers, which made me think. Is there any truth to this? After all, seven, 11, and 21 are all “lucky” numbers in gambling.

Number Theory

With a little research, I found that there actually are people, most likely mathematicians, who study the truth behind lucky numbers. What is the method to the madness? Well, it is related to the number theory.

According to Stanislaw Ulam, the originator of the “lucky” numbers, odd numbers are lucky and he discovered it through the following process. Basically, you start with a list of integers starting with one, or in layman’s terms, a list of numbers one through twenty-five. Then, you cross out every second number. This will cause every even number to be crossed out (how unlucky for them) and all odd integers to be left. Next, you will remove every third number; and lastly, you will eliminate every seventh number. This will then provide you with Ulam’s set of lucky numbers.


  • Step 1: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
  • Step 2: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25
  • Step 3: 1, 3, 7, 9, 13, 15, 19, 21, 25
  • Step 4: 1, 3, 7, 9, 13, 15, 21, 2

Cultures and Religions

It seems even different cultures, such as the Chinese, and religions (think Seven Deadly Sins) are drawn to odd numbers. Is it the role of numerology or is it more? Truthfully, it is hard to say.

Chinese folklore goes back to Yin and Yang. Yin, which represents even numbers, is said to be the humans while Yang, the odd numbers, stands for the gods. While odd numbers hold more luck (as do the gods), there should be a balance of even numbers.

Food for Thought

If we take in to consideration the balance of odds and evens, we could think about milestone years, specifically in America then you should always choose link alternatif Sbobet to have better understanding of numbers sequences and the results outcome with the method of probability; which generally used in the online casino and betting websites . Your first birthday, year number one, is by far the most celebrated year, considering almost all customs allow for a first birthday party. Then, when you turn five, you go to school. At age thirteen you become a teenager; and of course, at age twenty-one you are able to legally drink. Then at age twenty-five, as a mature adult, you are eligible for cheaper rental car rates, as well as insurance rates.

What do the even years get you? At age ten, you hit double digits, although that is hardly celebrated. By age sixteen you are able to drive a car, which could be considered lucky for anyone with access to a car! Then, at age eighteen, you are considered an adult and you are able to vote and smoke. When you turn 40, you are over the hill, but again, that does not seem lucky.

I’m no expert, but I have to say the odds are definitely in control of the luck factor. Looks like the next time I play the lottery, I’ll let the odds control the majority of numbers, with a few evens to keep things in balance. Then we will see just how lucky those numbers really are.

Happy Island: An Essential Facebook Guide

Happy Island, the newest offering from developer CrowdStar, serves as an excellent escape from the drab colors of January and thrusts the user into a lush fantasy vacation world replete with tropical islands, tourists, and luaus. Here are some crucial strategies that will enable both beginners and experts alike to create an impressive and highly successful island.

1) Don’t ignore your friends

One of the quickest and easiest ways to advance more quickly in Happy Island is to take advantage of the in-game gifting system. Each day, you have the opportunity to send a gift decoration to your friends, causing them to gain valuable experience points. This nearly effortless action tests your selfishness, since you actually don’t receive any experience for gifting. However, the most generous gifters are often gifted back in return, and depending on the amount of friends you have in the game, you could easily gain a 1000 point XP boost each day.

2) Make it a habit to visit other islands several times a day

This is another crucial tip, because visiting gives you two opportunities to get gold and experience. Roughly every hour or so, a treasure chest good for 100 coins will appear on either the top right or top left section of the ocean. Also, the game encourages interaction between islands so much that you are able to click on your neighbors’ garbage and clean it up for 10 XP and 10 gold. Thanks to Happy Island’s currently generous respawn times, I’ve seen players collect coins using this method as quickly as once every half an hour. Getting into the habit of checking your neighbors each time you log in will enable you to quickly level up and build more structures.

3) Upgrade first, build later

The amount of experience you receive for building and upgrading is directly proportional to the amount of coins that you spend. However, there can only be a certain number of buildings on your island at one time, depending on the level of your character. Therefore, given the choice, it’s more effective to focus on upgrading your existing buildings rather than building a new structure. Avoid building several small buildings, like fruit stands, as soon as you reach a new level. Instead, be patient and save up for that important bungalow upgrade.

4) Don’t rely too heavily on decorations

While decorations tend to look nice and fill out the gaps in your island, don’t build these in the early part of the game unless they are gifts from friends. At the low levels, it’s essential to build attractions in order to receive a steady flow of income; decorations just detract from this goal. If you are playing to level up as quickly as possible, you can immediately sell all the decorations that come with your brand-new island in order to gain a swift cash boost.

You can also use the cheap cost of decorations to your advantage if you’re very close to leveling up. When you sell decorations, you receive half the value that you paid for it in the shop. Therefore, to squeeze out the last bit of experience, a good strategy would be to build rock slabs, sell them, and build again, increasing your experience each time. Be careful to not waste too much money on this method, as a large sum would be better spent towards an upgrade.

5) Don’t be afraid to take a break

One of the great things about the gameplay of Happy Island is that it does not require constant attention, like some other games in the same vein of dewicasino88 that is most lovable games of gamble enthusiast because of their methods of results that are all computer based. If you find that there is nothing left to do on your island, take a break and do something else productive. Regardless of your presence, tourists will still visit your island and your cash flow will still remain intact. Happy Island isn’t the same as Rollercoaster Tycoon, so don’t try to micromanage your guests. Buying drinks will not really do much for your guests’ mood or their ability to spend money, so treat this feature as a fun aside, not as a major strategy piece. Combined with the fact that you can only collect money at certain time intervals throughout the day, Happy Island is a game that can be left unattended with no real threat to gameplay.

With these essential tips in mind, you’ll be well on your way to perfecting your ideal island getaway in Happy Island.

Common Mistakes Made by Losing Poker Players

Poker is a game of skill, but if you don’t possess the skills, how can you expect to win? Avoiding these common mistakes will improve your game and increase your bankroll. You can get all the practice that you need at playing poker if you try your hand at it on PokerQQ which will be of much help.

Playing Too Many Hands

This is one of the most common mistakes that poker players make. Yes, it’s exciting to be in there mixing it up hand after hand, but getting involved in too many pots with mediocre or garbage hands is a sure-fire way to get caught with your cheese hanging in the wind. Many losing players feel they have to play “any ace, any face,” but if that ace or face card isn’t paired with another big card, simply toss them into the muck. Tightening up your starting requirements is one of the simplest things you can do to increase your profit. The philosophy that you can’t win if you don’t play doesn’t hold in poker. Sometimes you win by not losing.

Playing Too Passively

If you check every time you are first to act, and simply call every time there’s a bet facing you, you may be playing too passively. More times than not, the flop will not improve your hand. If you’re first to act, you’re giving up a lot of potential money by checking every time you miss the flop. Betting into your opponent every now and then will help you pick up a lot of small pots. Remember, the flop probably hasn’t helped your opponent either. Conversely, when you’re in position and there’s a bet facing you, try raising a little more often if you’re going to play, rather than just calling. Your opponent may just be trying to determine where he’s at in the hand, and a little aggression informs him that you think your holdings are better than his.

Playing Too Aggressively

Poker rewards aggression more than passivity, but it is possible to be too aggressive. If you’re betting and raising every hand, it’s only a matter of time before your opponents catch on and start playing back at you. When that happens, you better be ready to change gears.

Chasing Too Many Draws (Or Not Enough)

Some players chase every draw imaginable, while others feel that you should never chase. The sole determining factor in whether you should try to hit that flush or fill that inside straight should be whether the amount you could win is worth the amount that you have to put into the pot. A clear understanding of pot odds and implied odds (and how to calculate them on the fly) is all you really need. These concepts won’t be discussed in any depth here, but the information is out there for those willing to seek it.

Trying to Outplay Bad Players

Bad players play too many hands and call far too often. They are essentially unbluffable. If you think you can “outsmart” or “outplay” them by bluffing and making moves, you’re making a big mistake. If they don’t understand the game, how do you expect them to be dazzled by all of your clever maneuverings? When faced with a player like this, just play straight-ahead “ABC” poker, and they will give you their money. No need for anything fancy.

Playing While Distracted

Poker requires attention and focus. If you’re in a brick-and-mortar casino, keep your eyes off that pretty waitress and concentrate on the game. Lay off the alcohol. If you’re playing online, avoid surfing the Web or chatting with friends while you’re playing. If there’s something going on in your personal life that has you stressed out to the point you can’t focus on poker, take the day off. There will always be another game.

Going “On Tilt”

While poker is a game of skill, luck is certainly a factor, and not all of that luck will be good. When the cards run bad and the luck isn’t going your way, try to accept this as merely part of the game. By letting the bad beats frustrate and affect your mood, and more importantly, your game, you are simply making matters worse. Learn to control your emotions at the table, and your game will improve by leaps and bounds.

Playing Outside Your Bankroll

Bankroll management is probably the biggest challenge faced by most poker players. If you’re putting more than 10% of your bankroll into a single cash game, or more than 5% into a single tournament, you’re playing too high. Try playing lower stakes until you build your bankroll up to where it needs to be. Remember, poker is a marathon, not a sprint. Don’t be so eager to play higher stakes that you risk all your money in one or two sessions. After all, it’s pretty hard to play poker when you’re broke.


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