Selasa, 06 Februari 2018

Short Handed Texas Holdem Poker - A Less Conventional Game

Short Handed Texas Holdem Poker differs from the conventional way of playing Holdem. Before you read this article, answer yourself this: Do you know the 4 main factors to keep in mind to succeed at this game?

Short Handed Texas Holdem Poker is a very interesting game. The main point of difference from normal Texas Holdem is the fact that there is lesser number of players at the table.

In a traditional poker game, there are ten players while in this version of poker, there are less than six players. In some cases, there may be four players while in others there may also be five or six participants on one table.

As a result, a round of poker becomes quite fast paced and thrilling. Everyone has to keep their wits about themselves and play a strategy laden game in order to register wins.

It is easy to become a victim while playing Short Handed Texas Holdem Poker if you are playing a slow and cautious game. In order to stay at the top, presence of mind and risk taking ability is required on your part.

With the reduced number of players, the chances of winning even with small cards increase significantly as possessing big cards like Aces, Queens and Kings by any of the players becomes rarer. The less the number of players at your table, the more are your chances of coming out victorious.

The psychological aspect is central to a Short Handed Texas Holdem Poker game. Some of the factors that you should keep in mind while playing are:

- You should keep record of the level of aggression that players around you are showcasing and the way that they are raising or lowering stakes. This gives you a fair idea of their next move and their game strategy. - You must also try to constantly figure out which of the players are in the blind. This is sure to give you an edge while playing. - You must keep note of the exact number of hands that have already been played after the showdown has taken place. - It will stand you in good stead to make an attempt to read the faces of your opponents and scout for signs of nervousness, confidence and fear. Being acquainted with general body language and signs is beneficial in this regard as it can help you interpret what the other players are likely to do. This will allow you to plan your next move accordingly.

For those who are new to Short Hand Texas Holdem Poker, it may look like an intimidating game that is frenzied and difficult to follow. However, once you get the hang of it, you can be assured of winning more frequently and also encasing more amounts of money than you would be able to in a traditional Poker game.

One thing to keep in mind is that the rules that apply to Poker will not hold for this type of a Poker game. Contrary to the notion of playing cautiously, you will need to relax a little and instead try to play a maximum number of hole cards.

Anyone with enough cash to invest can be a winner at Short Hand Texas Holdem Poker after getting familiarized with a few basic dos and don'ts. If you would like to be a winner at this game, please continue to learn more about Short Handed Poker play now.

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Jumat, 25 Agustus 2017

Class of 2018 - Last update of your Junior year!

As we close out this school year, we wanted to remind you of your summer "to do" list. Remember: we are not trying to ruin your summer! Our expectation is that you complete the items below, which will make the college process more manageable in the fall.

Remember: there are essay tips on the main page of your Naviance account as well as the prompts for the CommonApp essay. You will receive instructions towards the end of the summer on how to share your essay in order to purchase your parking pass.

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Summer To-Do List:
Continue college research and visits
Complete Senior Data Sheet in Naviance - under the About Me tab - be detailed as this is for our letters of recommendation
Work on Common Application: - becomes "live" on August 1 (accounts already made will rollover)
Open and start completing the individual college supplements - additional essays that some schools may have
Continue to update resume
Complete essay & await instructions on how to share with your counselor
If you are applying Early Action deadlines -notify your counselor/teachers who are writing recommendations upon returning to school
Dont forget to register for ACT/SAT and/or subject tests for summer/fall test dates

August 26 test date - Registration deadline is July 28
October 7 test date - Registration deadline is September 8

September 9 test date - Registration deadline is August 4
October 28 test date - Registration deadline is September 22

Rutgers School of Engineering Tour: The School of Engineering (SoE) hosts department tours for prospective students and their families to provide an in-depth overview of the engineering departments and curricula. Department tours run during the spring and fall semesters (typically during February-April and October-November) and take place on select Fridays. In addition, general SoE tours are available during the summer months. Below are the dates for our General Engineering Summer Tours. Online registration will be available by Wednesday, June 14.

Tuesday, June 27
Thursday, July 13
Tuesday, July 18
Thursday, July 20
Thursday, July 27
Thursday, August 10
Thursday, August 17

In collaboration with Undergraduate Admissions, the Engineering Tour begins at the Rutgers University Visitors Center at 10:00 a.m. with an Admissions Info Session and a five-campus bus tour. On this tour, you will get to see one of the Busch residence halls. Afterwards, you will have time to grab lunch on your own at the Busch Student Center Food Court.  The Engineering session will resume at 1:00 p.m. with an Engineering Dean's Overview, Student Panel and two Engineering departmental visits. You will receive an itemized agenda in your confirmation email, after submitting your registration form online.

If you have any questions about visiting the School of Engineering, please email us at

Wesleyan Open House with Transportation Assistance Program
To apply for TAP, application and all supporting materials must be submitted by the appropriate deadline.
For more information, visit:
Dates: Columbus Day (10/8/17-10/9/17) and Veteran's Day (11/9/17-11/10/17)

Dean College Summer Preview Days
July 28, August 4, and August 11
Visit or call 508-541-1508 for information, directions and to register