January 2020

Book Review - Phil Gordon's Little Green Book: Lessons And Teachings In No-Limit Texas Hold'Em

With Poker still as popular as ever, there is an ample supply of books on the subject. These books are written by both pros and those who think they are pros. With all of the information out there it can be confusing to someone who is looking for which book will help them with their poker playing. So, what is the answer? Phil Gordon’s Little Green Book should be in

Poker: How Not to Play a Flopped Set

Last week I won a seat in the PokerStars $1 Million Dollar Guaranteed No Limit Texas Hold Em tournament. I sat down and promptly played the best round of Poker I have ever played until this hand. I was at a fairly weak tight table and had been building my chipstack by stealing from the two monster stacks to my left. I had watched them miracle limp into the huge

Tips on Setting Up Your Home Poker Game

Anyone who has taken the time to learn the game of poker will eventually try to start up their own home game with their friends. Unfortunately, this is often a very difficult thing to set up, as there’s a lot more to it than a deck of cards and some beers. On https://koinqq.com, there is a whole community of players trying to make a strategy for playing the game and

April Showers Birthday Party Theme

April is a great month to have a birthday. Despite the proverbial rain showers, April is often the beginning of spring and warmer weather, budding plants, and longer days. An April Showers birthday party theme is a great theme for a variety of ages. If your child has an April birthday consider using this April Showers birthday party theme. Previously, I have used casinonightdenver.com to find inspiration for parties with

Memorial Day Salute

The red, white and blue were on full display this past weekend as America honored those who have served and are currently serving in the armed forces. This is a very special holiday that is very near and dear to my heart. Many of you might be aware of this, but I am currently finishing up my term of service in the U.S. Army. I’ll finally be returning home for

Wii Review - Medal of Honor: Heroes 2

Listen up ladies! Stop yer grinnin’ and drop your linen, it’s time for JB’s review of Medal of Honor: Heroes 2 for the Nintendo Wii. Developer EA brings us the 13th addition to the Medal of Honor franchise and there’ve been a lot of questions concerning whether or not it is worth the price of admission. Wii owners have a great deal to be skeptical about. With control scheme nightmares

Do The Nba's First Ever Pre-Game Potty Break?

I have seen and heard some unbelievable things in my life, many of them were indeed jaw-dropping sports phenomena that involuntarily would cause me to jump out of my seat and shout at the television, but on Tuesday night I saw and heard something that I had never ever, ever, ever seen in sports history… An NBA player M.I.A. (no pun intended) for the beginning of the game starting line-up

All About The Use Of Wii Fit Plus

Wii Fit Plus is a fun way to sweat off a few pounds. I should know, as it has helped me shed about 40 pounds, so I can vouch for its effectiveness. Graphics and Audio-20 The game is cute, that’s for sure! If you’re into the whole cutesy thing, Wii Fit is great. That being said, the graphics can get a little fuzzy sometimes. I have a fairly nice television

The Michigan and Ohio State Football Rivalry Tradition

This rivalry, in my opinion, is the greatest in all of college football. Actually, it could perhaps be the greatest in all of college sports, depending on who you’re talking to. The reason this rivalry has always remained competitive each year is the consistent strength of the programs year after year. They are ranked among the top schools in the country each season and often times the conference title, as