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Micro Limit Games - Pre-flop Strategy

16th January 2009
We will describe the pre-flop game strategy on full-hand tables (10max) here. Micro limit games (~0.02/0.04) have some peculiarities in comparison to a game with higher limits. You will find the highest ratio of an average bank size to a big blind size... Read >
Author: Elizabeth

The Health Benefits Of Paintball

11th January 2009
Participating in sports can really be good for a person. For those who are too lazy to go to the gym, there is something worth trying and that is the game of paintball. This extreme sport has been around for some time and almost anyone can play it. All it... Read >
Author: Jerald Shapiro

Mahatma Gandhi Inspirational Quotes

01st December 2008
The humble man from India has created waves not only in the country he was born but across the world because of the simple life that he led. Besides the simple life it was also the philosophies that he entailed and lived by them. He showed the people ... Read >
Author: Jennie

Which Martial Art is the Best for Law Enforcement?

11th November 2008
Up until 30 years ago, JUDO was the martial art. Then with the introduction of the more mysterious martial arts with more of a "killing" edge to them this coupled with the focus of the USJF/USJI (the leading Judo organizations in the US and the world) foc... Read >
Author: Mosaic Interactive

The Claws of Iron in Wrestling

14th October 2008
One of the most dangerous moves in wrestling includes the Iron Claws. In this move, the fighter uses two fingers to grasp the temples of the other fighter's head. The temple is one of the most sensitive parts of the entire body. If a person clutches, or h... Read >
Author: Owen Jones

Basic Muay Thai Techniques

21st June 2008
The Martial art of Muay Thai has its own unique techniques. It consists of the use of nine weapons. The head, fists, elbow, knee and feet are collectively known as Na-wa arwud. But today the use of head is no longer allowed in the Muay Thai fights. In Mua... Read >
Author: muaythai

How to Be Almost Unbeatable In Ping Pong: Hot Tips That You Should Always Remember

25th April 2008
As an avid ping pong player, you will want to be unbeatable. However, you have to consider that there are still a lot of things that you need to know in order for you to become unbeatable. You have to remember that there is no such thing as a perfect p... Read >
Author: Miodrag Trajkovic

Staple Cards in Yugioh Tournament Decks

25th April 2008
What exactly are staple cards? A staple card is any yugioh card that is found across different tournament decks on any given theme. Sometimes, these rare yugioh staple cards fit across different themed decks. Staple cards are there for a reason, and that ... Read >
Author: Caleb McLellan

How to Build Winning Yugioh Tournament Decks

11th April 2008
Let's start from scratch. We all know that a basic deck must contain at least 40 yugioh cards. Although the rules allow you to have more than 40, tournament worthy decks are 99% made up of exactly 40 yugioh cards. In some cases, experts do play with 41 or... Read >
Author: Caleb McLellan

Is It Really Cheating? The Japanese Mahjong Thumb-rub Explained!

01st April 2008
Most modern Japanese mahjong sets have tiles which are made of nylon with the mahjong characters stamped on the tile-face. It is not difficult to learn to read what the characters stand for, whether they are winds, dragons or the three numbered suits. How... Read >
Author: David Hurley

Running Drills for Acceleration and Speed

25th February 2008
Being able to accelerate quickly and powerfully is probably the most important skill that needs to be improved in all athletes. Athletes in every sport need to be able to run as fast as possible as quickly as possible. From getting off the line fast in fo... Read >
Author: Patrick Beith

Four reasons to study Krav Maga

06th February 2008
Self defence and combat skills Krav Maga offers the practitioner the ability to cope both with situations where an attack comes with little or no warning and also with situations where the attacker(s) intent is obvious from the outset. As a system if f... Read >
Author: kior

Air Hockey Fan's tips

26th August 2007
Air Hockey pucks are slim discs made of a plastic material known as Lexan. Standard USAA-approved pucks are the yellow lexan, red lexan and the Dynamo green. In competitive play, a layer of thin white tape is placed on the face-up side. Four-player... Read >
Author: AJ

Why Men Are Afraid of Commitment (And How To Help)

01st August 2007
Freedom means different things for different men. For some, the main joy of relationships is challenge. They happily pursue a woman as long as they don't have her, but once they do, they start feeling trapped. These men feel as if excitement and new possi... Read >
Author: Brenda Shoshanna

Basic Rules of Carrom

19th April 2007
The basic rules of carrom are as follow: Carrom could be played by two or four people. Two needs to sit opposite to each other, in case of four, players needs to sit opposite two are partners. As an exception case, even three members can play against e... Read >
Author: sreejos
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