Month: May 2022

keluar sgp Leaderboards – Current Leaders August 15th

Hello readers, welcome to Friday and another keluar sgp Leaderboard update. We’re now half way into the month, which means that the monthly race is starting to get exciting and we should begin to see who will have the best chance of winning it all for August. To see what Bodog players are trying to win, please click here for the first Bodog Leaderboard article on FlopTurnRiver.com. To see a full list of standings for today, please click here. To see the Bodog network page, please click this link: As always, let’s first take a look at the winners from last week’s weekly leaderboard. Here were the top three: 1. vinnyb9 – 2052 pts 2. manderbutt – 1937 pts 3. thatsNice – 1894 pts Congratulations to vinnyb9, who absolutely dominated last week’s race – he was in first place for 6 days out of the week! I’m glad to see him finally win a leaderboard because he’s been in the top ten of both the weekly and monthly standings so often  without actually winning. Manderbutt placed 2nd for the week and thatsNice placed 3rd. ThatsNice just keeps showing up at the top of these leaderboard standings – when is he finally going to win something? Now for some new standings – here is the top ten for the current week: 1. sabonis – 1249 pts 2. mr_dynomite – 1249 pts 3. ParliGod – 1198 pts 4. nevertilt22 – 1175 pts 5. Troy111 – 1112 pts 6. Swany420 – 1098 pts 7. andyvanslyke – 1050 pts 8. jackieboy – 977 pts 9. grewsum2sum – 959 pts There are many familiar names in the list, but I don’t recognize the name of the person in the number one spot. Sabonis, new to me, is currently tried for 1st place with mr_dynomite. Mr_dynomite, …

The 2011 Comeback Kids

Down on your poker luck, who doesn’t think of the famous Jack Straus maxim “a chip and a chair”? Twenty-nine years ago, in the 1982 World Series of Poker tournament, Jack Strauss was reduced to nothing but a $500 chip and his chair. Days later, creating the legend of one of the most amazing comebacks in the history of poker, Jack Strauss won the tournament, and a $500,000 purse.
“A chip and a chair” is all you need to make your comeback. And in 2011, there are already some serious underdogs writing their own comeback stories …
Who doesn’t know the story of Chris Moneymaker? He is likely the single greatest reason for poker’s popularity boom in the last 8 years. As a total unknown in 2003, and working as an accountant in Tennessee, Moneymaker bought into a $39 satellite tournament on PokerStars. He ended up winning a seat a the World Series of Poker Main Event, the most revered and coveted tournament in the world, and became a legend.
Moneymaker bested a field of 838 players. In the final heads-up match, he faced Sammy Farha, a well-known and highly successful poker celebrity. Moneymaker took first place, and the enormous $2.5 million grand prize. He quit his job to become a professional poker player, and went on to live the dream!

But, Moneymaker was a total bust.

From 2005 through most of 2008, crypto gambling didn’t record just about any live tournament cash worth talking about. In 2008, he recorded two cashes for just over $150k. In 2009, he recorded one cash for $15k. Considering living expenses, and regular poker losses, these types of cashes after 4 years of running dry were nothing but blips on the radar. (2010? No real cashes.) People have looked at Moneymaker as an amateur …

togel hongkong hari ini Strategy: Hard 11

Blackjack is a rare casino game that requires a great deal of skill yet is still highly dependent on chance. Though you can’t control which cards you and the dealer receive and don’t know ahead of time what they will be, by playing correct strategy you can maximize your chances of winning. togel hongkong hari ini basic strategy was developed over time and uses statistics to give you the best odds of winning. Previously I have covered what to do with soft hands. In addition, I have covered the strategy for hard hands through a hard 10. Here is what to do if you’re staring down at a hard 11. Like the other hard hands I have covered so far, you should never stand on a hard 11. If the dealer shows a 2 through a 10 as an upcard, you should double down. If the dealer shows an ace, however, you should take a hit. The reason you should never stand on a hard 11 is that there is no possibility of going bust. The highest value card that you can be dealt is a 10, and that would bring you to 21. A hand of 21 is unbeatable; the best the dealer can do is tie it for a push. That is why you should double down if the dealer shows anything other than an ace. Your chances of winning with a hard ten are very good, regardless of what the dealer has. Since there are 16 ten-value cards in the deck, you have a better chance of drawing a 10 than any other number. That means you have a great chance of getting a hard of 21. When the odds are tilted that far in your favor, doubling down is a good idea because it puts more …