Texas Pegang Em Online Vs Poker Langsung

Untuk beberapa pemain, beralih dari permainan poker online ke permainan langsung di kasino bisa sangat mudah. Bagi yang lain, ini sedikit lebih sulit. Ada beberapa aspek kunci yang membuat keduanya cukup berbeda untuk dimainkan, bukan dalam cara Anda memainkan kartu, tetapi dalam keseluruhan nuansa dan alur permainan.

Perbedaan pertama dan dominoqq adalah kecepatan. Maksud saya kecepatan permainan ini. Game langsung bergerak jauh lebih lambat daripada game online. Kecepatan tampaknya merangkak dibandingkan online. Perbedaan yang satu ini bisa sangat sulit bagi beberapa pemain online untuk mengatasinya dalam permainan langsung. Online, Anda dapat melihat 50 atau 60 tangan dalam satu jam. Langsung, Anda mungkin melihat 20. Ini adalah perbedaan yang sangat besar, jelas, dan membuat permainan terasa jauh berbeda dari online. Anda hanya tidak mendapatkan hampir tindakan yang Anda lakukan dalam game online.

Efeknya pada banyak pemain online, adalah mereka lebih sulit menjaga konsentrasi mereka pada level tinggi. Jika Anda terbiasa melihat 60 tangan dalam satu jam dan tiba-tiba turun 2/3, sangat mudah untuk membiarkan pikiran Anda mengembara. Banyak pemain menyesuaikan ini dengan mendengarkan musik di iPod dll. Tergantung pada seberapa sosial Anda, ini bisa menjadi pendekatan yang baik. Namun, jika Anda tidak keberatan melakukan percakapan yang tidak berguna, Anda mungkin lebih baik dilayani dengan berbicara dengan orang-orang di meja Anda jika Anda tidak terlibat dalam suatu pekerjaan. Anda tidak pernah tahu apa yang dapat Anda ambil dengan cara ini: mereka lelah, pemain reguler, pemula hanya menghabiskan waktu, dll. Apa yang Anda lakukan sangat tergantung pada disposisi pribadi Anda, tetapi menjaga pikiran Anda pada permainan di antara tangan adalah sesuatu yang semuanya pemain yang beralih dari online ke live harus dikerjakan.

Aspek lain yang banyak pemain lupakan sampai mereka tiba di meja langsung adalah tumpukan chip. Jumlah chip persis setiap orang di sini ada di layar untuk Anda lihat setiap saat. Ini adalah informasi yang sangat berguna untuk dimiliki ketika Anda mencari tahu berapa banyak untuk bertaruh, menaikkan, menaikkan kembali, dll. Dalam permainan langsung, Anda tidak memiliki referensi. Ada tumpukan chip yang duduk di seberang meja dari Anda dan itu terserah Anda untuk dapat ball-park berapa banyak chip yang ada di dalamnya.

Banyak pemain yang baru memulai permainan benar-benar bingung dengan fakta ini. Tampaknya cukup mendasar, tetapi jika Anda tidak memiliki pengalaman dalam melihat chip lawan Anda dan mampu membuat tebakan kasar, Anda bisa sangat tersesat ketika datang untuk menghitung taruhan Anda.

Cara termudah untuk melakukannya adalah berlatih dengan keripik di rumah sebelum Anda pergi ke kasino untuk bermain. Mintalah pasangan duduk di hadapan Anda dengan berbagai ukuran tumpukan chip saat Anda berlatih memperkirakannya. Anda akan menemukan bahwa kemampuan ini akan meningkat, sama seperti yang lain, dengan latihan. Anda akan senang Anda melakukannya setelah Anda menemukan diri Anda dalam permainan langsung. Sungguh mengejutkan betapa banyak pemain online berpengalaman melupakan titik mudah ini.

Ingat dua perbedaan halus ini ketika beralih dari game online ke game live, dan jika Anda berusaha untuk mengatasinya sebelumnya, Anda akan menemukan bahwa beralih menjadi jauh lebih mudah.

Collectibles and Jewelry Content – How to Write Collectible Jewelry Articles

If you go online and search Jewelry topics you will find that there are a number of books, and articles on this subject. One of the biggest topics in the category of jewelry is collectible jewelry. Apparently, there is a huge following for those authors that specialize in this venue. And many of them make quite a bit of money selling these articles to magazines, or newspapers.

There are many authors that have columns that run regularly and are syndicated around the country, it’s their only job and they make a good a bit of money as writers producing content of this type.

When writing “how to articles” on collectible jewelry you need to get into the mind of your reader, you need to consider what they are searching online, the types of questions they are asking, and gear your articles to answering those points of curiosity. One of the most important questions people ask is how do they value the collectible jewelry they already have, or the handed down jewelry that has been in their family for generations.

Another question is; “How Much Can I Get on eBay If I Sell This Collectible Jewelry?” And along the same lines is “how do I know the collectible jewelry I buy on eBay is really worth the money?”

These are all important things to the readers of such articles. As long as you are asking questions of the consumers, and collectors of such jewelry, and then answering those questions in your articles you will produce excellent content for the Internet, magazines, newsletters, and newspapers. Please consider all this.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes that you should call around to get the best deal on jewelry; calls

Note: All of Lance Winslow’s articles are written by him, not by Automated Software, any Computer Program, or Artificially Intelligent Software. None of his articles are outsourced, PLR Content or written by ghost writers. Lance Winslow believes those who use these strategies lack integrity and mislead the reader. Indeed, those who use such cheating tools, crutches, and tricks of the trade may even be breaking the law by misleading the consumer and misrepresenting themselves in online marketing, which he finds completely unacceptable.

Beautiful Bakelite Jewelry

There is more to collecting jewelry than just focusing on precious metals and rare gemstones. A very popular market in the second hand market has sprung up and people are willing to spend fair amounts of cash to add these items to their personal collections. Vintage costume jewelry is a hot item. Specifically items made from vintage forms of plastic have become quite popular.

One of the most popular forms of old plastic jewelry sought after by collectors is Bakelite. Bakelite was a type of plastic used in a great number of household items ranging from flatware to telephones. It did not take long for it to catch on as a wonderful material for making jewelry as well. Earrings, bracelets, necklaces and all sorts of fashionable accessories were produced to take advantage of the plastic’s ability to show off amazing colors and stand up to daily use. Now these old relics are back in style and their sturdiness is paying off.

Many women who are in their later years already have a splendid variety of these now valuable baubles stashed away in jewelry boxes. Most probably do not realize how valuable their collections have become over time. Frequent visitors of estate sales know that one of the first places they should check when they arrive is the jewelry table. Vintage Bakelite jewelry gets scooped up in a hurry at these sales and is often resold on sites like eBay for a nice profit. The irony is that these items were first produced as a less expensive alternative for women during the war years of the 1940’s.

Bakelite was a welcome advance in the development of plastics. Earlier forms of plastic, such as celluloid were popular, but were also extremely flammable and less stable than Bakelite. This is not to say that Bakelite cannot be damaged. On the contrary, if you own any old jewelry made of this type of plastic, you should clean it with care and protect it as much as possible to maintain its wonderful finish.

Collecting jewelry is a great way to keep in touch with the past and celebrate fashion history. Vintage pieces of jewelry do not have to be filled with diamonds or emeralds to be valuable. Costume jewelry that has stood the test of time has earned a place in modern collections. Jewelry that has passed from one generation to the next can be especially precious to the lady wearing it. If you enjoy jewelry, take a look to the past. You might be surprised at the beautiful treasures you have been missing.

Invest in Tomorrow’s Collectible Jewelry Today

Wouldn’t it be great to have a time machine that would allow you to go back and buy today’s collectible jewelry at yesterday’s prices? You can do the next best thing by buying jewelry today that will become sought after in the future. Here are eight tips to help you in your search for tomorrow’s collectible jewelry.

  1. Quality and craftsmanship

Quality pieces command quality prices. Cheap jewelry is a dime a dozen at flea markets and resale shops. But quality pieces with crystal stones that still shimmer and faux pearls that have retained their luster paired with metal that hasn’t had its finish rubbed or flaked off, will always hold appeal for collectors.

  1. Pieces hallmarked with the designer’s name

A designer’s name or mark on a piece adds instant value. It gives an item the cachet of the entire breadth of the designer’s work. Look for a hallmark on the back of pins or brooches, near the clasp of necklaces and bracelets, or on a separate hanging tag in the same finish as the metal.

  1. Name recognition

Not every designer becomes well-known. Every collector of vintage jewelry probably has at least one piece in their collection with an obscure hallmark they can’t identify, and that’s fine if they like the piece. But when they come across a piece with an instantly recognizable name, they don’t hesitate to scoop it up. They know they’ve found something special — and they know they’ll be able to sell it in the future to someone who will appreciate the name as well as the style.

  1. Small production per piece

The fewer pieces of an item there are in existence, the higher the demand and price. Opt for the offbeat or unusual — as long as you like it — over a generic piece with mass appeal. While both will have resale value if they’re made well, the unique piece should prove harder to find, thus driving up its resale price. If a more expensive item captures your heart, remember that fewer people buy a higher priced item which can create increased demand in the future.

  1. Limited Edition pieces

A Limited Edition eliminates the guesswork of how many pieces were made. Limited Edition pieces should be stamped with both the total number in the Edition and the number of each particular piece. For example, piece number 12 in an addition of 250 will most likely be stamped on back “Ltd. Ed. 12/250”. If you buy a piece that isn’t stamped with the actual edition, but instead has a Certificate of Authenticity with that information, be sure to keep the Certificate with the item to ensure you get the optimum resale price in the future.

  1. Thematic pieces

Look for pieces that will have crossover appeal to at least two groups of collectors. For example, Christmas jewelry is sought after by both jewelry collectors and Christmas collectors. If it’s an angel, you’ll add angel collectors to your list of potential buyers as well. The more people you have vying for an item, the higher your selling price will be.

  1. Assurance of authenticity

Buy from a reputable retailer. Designers in all fields are plagued by knock-offs. An Authorized Reseller protects your investment by ensuring that you’re getting the genuine articles you’re paying for.

  1. Buy what you like

This is the Cardinal Rule for collectors. You’ll never go wrong buying what you like. Today’s joy won’t be diminished if you aren’t able to sell something at a profit tomorrow. And if you truly love something — you probably won’t want to part with it anyway!

Remember these eight tips and you’ll have a much better chance of being happy today — and tomorrow — with your jewelry purchases!

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Sue A. Richardson is owner of Giving Angels [http://www.giving-angels.com], an online store which offers a complete selection of Kirks Folly Designer Jewelry with angel, animal and nature, peace, and celestial sun, moon, and star themes. In addition, you’ll find a wealth of angel lore and resources to nurture your spirit. A portion of every item sold (whether or not it’s an angel) is donated to charity.

Shopping Thrift Stores and Pawn Shops For Collectable Jewelry Considered

Finding pristine pieces of collectable jewelry takes a lot of patience and a bit of knowledge. That means it takes some experience and observational talents that must be developed over time. Some folks like to peruse the online ads on eBay, Craigslist and such to find collectable jewelry, but you better make sure you know what you are buying and that the picture displayed is crisp and the actual digital shot of the item that is for sale.

It’s starting to sound a little dangerous buying stuff online or at online auctions isn’t it? Sure it is, so beware. Still, a talented shopper can find some super deals online, again, with patience, knowledge and knowing exactly which questions to ask, before they send the electronic payments to the seller. May I be so bold as to offer some advice on shopping for collectable jewelry another way, using the “what you see, is really what you get method?” 
  
Why not go into a nicer area and check out the Pawn Shops? Right now with the economy in the tank, many folks have hocked their collectable jewelry to get quick cash to stay in their homes, pay their mortgages, or get money to stay out of bankruptcy. With job losses increasing at the bottom of the recession, there is quite the supply available. 
  
If you have collectable jewelry and you take it to a Pawn Shop do not expect to get much for it, it’s too risky and many Pawn Shops will not give you much for it, as there is no definite market and its value is so hard to judge. There is a market for some specific top end brands like Rolex Watches, but for the most part collectable jewelry is not so easy to Pawn. 
  
Perhaps this is why you can get such a good deal for it. And while you are at the Pawn Shop, why not check out the Thrift Stores too. The selection might not be so great during a down economy, since more folks are shopping for low prices for jewelry, but Thrift Stores often have great collectable jewelry, again if you are patient and know what to look for. Think on this.

Silver Lining For Jewelry Artists in Current Crisis?

Recent news about the jewelry industry has been grim. Rapaport News reported a 19% decrease in attendance at the prestigious American Gem Trade Association show in February. Tiffany announced it will close its sixteen Iridesse Pearl Stores, opened in 2004. And from the UK is the news that Diamonds and Pearls, a large retailer, is in “administration.”

What does all this mean for the jewelry industry? JCK, an industry publication, recently concluded a series of roundtables with leading manufacturers and retailers. Their conclusions: the industry will consolidate; the credit crunch will continue to be a problem keeping inventories on both the manufacturing and retail levels low; the high price of gold continues to be a problem for manufacturers and retailers; and, both industry sectors will have to find new methods of working together.

But despite low inventory levels and the credit squeeze, retailers will have to keep their shelves stocked. Nothing scares off a potential client quicker than empty showcases. So, it is highly likely that these retailers will be far more open to accepting goods on consignment than in the past.

This is an opportunity for jewelry artists, artists who create one-of-a-kind highly collectible jewelry and who may have previously confined their sales and marketing efforts to art and craft galleries. The opportunity is to educate the consumer about the wonderful work being created by studio artists, a term that originated after WWII and refers to an artist working alone in his studio.

Although many of these artists work in high karat gold and use gemstones, a number of them use lower cost materials. And it is likely that artists who use both expensive and less expensive materials in their work are highly interested in moving their jewelry in this economic climate. So, prices which would be high in good times are probably lower.

The opportunity for artists is to expose their work to a new audience, but one that is also interested in collectible jewelry. The opportunity for jewelers is to display new work. And, the opportunity for consumers is to acquire one-of-a-kind work from artists they may be previously unaware of.