Over 50 people left skepticism at the door when they entered the Falls Church-based Center for Spiritual Enlightenment building next to the State Theatre recently to partake in a séance.
Larceny from Building, Vantage Fitness, 402 W Broad St., December 9, between 5:50 p.m. and 6:05 p.m., unknown person(s) entered the male locker room, cut off a lock and stole a wallet containing $20.00 cash, (3) credit cards, and a Virginia O.L.
Regular readers of this column know that I am a proponent of small ball poker which is characterized by low pre-flop raises and restrained betting on the flop.
There’s plenty of discussion on internet poker forums about the differences between tournament and cash game players.
There are two ways to make money at poker: sticking to the tournament scene or grinding it out in cash games. You’ll need to learn a vastly different skill set to consistently grow your bankroll in each environment because each venue tends to attract a specific kind of player.
You need to make adjustments to your game when switching between cash games and tournaments. One important adjustment relates to blind stealing – making a pre-flop raise with the intention of winning the blinds by inducing players in the blinds to fold.
Friday’s employment report — which was so weak that it had many economists declaring that we’re already in a recession — was bad news. But it was actually less disturbing than what’s going on in the financial markets.
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The operative word this week was not “recession,” but “panic.” It even made it into the banner headline of the Washington Post. A “cat crossed your grave” shudder swept over the planet at the beginning of the week, sending markets reeling and investors running and screaming in the streets from […]
When it comes to music, Nashville’s Will Kimbrough has literally done it all. He’s sat in on studio sessions and toured with other artists as a guitarist. He’s worked as a producer, counting artists like Todd Snider and Kate Campbell among his credits. He hit the big time with his […]