Like most activities, there are ups and downs in the world of online poker. Anyone can play online poker, but a great player knows a structured game that’s more fundamentally sound and is familiar with poker theories. We’ve collected ten best practices for becoming a great player.
1. Research Consistently
Online Poker is a complex game with many variants. Make sure you know the game’s rules and understand the betting structure before sitting at a table. There’s no shame in being a beginner, but there’s also no excuse for not knowing the basics. Taking notes is recommended, as these will help guide you in every match you engage in further on. Continue reading 10 Best Practices For Playing Online Poker→
One thing that most of us have learned first-hand in the past two years is how many different tasks can be accomplished entirely online. While nothing feels the same as celebrating special occasions face-to-face, we’ve created innovative ways for ‘virtual events’ to bring people together in a safe space when circumstance dictates that we must limit in-person gatherings. The pandemic won’t stop people from having Birthdays, getting Married or having Babies, and a great way to let friends and family know that you have something to celebrate is by crafting custom invitations or announcements to send out. Not sure how to get started? Check out Basic Invite, an online stationary store where you can design the perfectly personalized card or invitation for almost every major life moment including weddings, showers, birth announcements, birthdays, graduations, and more!
My family has not always been the most in-tune with my personal tastes when choosing Birthday and Holiday gifts, so I got in the habit of asking them to get me cute socks. This is why my sock drawer is stuffed to near-overflowing with enough cute socks to cover the feet of a small army. Truth be told, every pair gets worn eventually, because socks are one of the most perfect gifts you can receive. Two guys who are also hip to that fact are the ones who created the Sock Card from InStitches.
Spotted In Stuyvesant Town, East Village NYC (Photo By Gail)
Seasons Beatings, Dear Readers. Is the sending of Christmas / Holiday cards something you enjoy doing? I generally do. I don’t think I’ve missed a year of mailing out dozens of cards to friends and family since I moved to NYC 32 years ago. But this year it’s been difficult to rustle-up the energy to get the card-sending thing together. Confession: that’s mostly due to my lack of access to a printer for creating the address labels, and the fact that my hands don’t work quite as well as they used to for holding a pen for hours on end. Just being serious! Continue reading Holiday Photo Of The Day: Letters For Santa Mailbox→