Women And Poker – How To Play With The Boys

Want to know a great place to meet men, flirt with them, make them give you all their money, without them expecting anything in return? Well alrighty then. All you have to do is join an online poker room and you are off and running. Playing poker online is usually cheaper than regular online casinos, you can play for hours on a small amount of money.

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The poker room has a social atmosphere, nobody expects you to be a virtuoso player, no one can see you beaming if you’re holding four aces, and people won’t know what sex you are if you want to be secretive.

If you want lots of male attention, pick a cute sexy alias for yourself www.isherryweek.com . The guys might think you’re an easy mark at first (heh heh), they probably won’t notice that you’re winning all their money, whilst you have fun flirting back.

Poker was once only a man’s game, but not anymore. Welcome to the new world of poker. While the majority of successful poker players are men, more women are getting involved and taking the game seriously as a way to make money. They also bring a different perspective to the game, because even in this day and age, there is still a lot of “us versus them” thinking among male players. And thank goodness, because when your male opponents think that way, you can take advantage of it. It may be easier than you think to make your male opponent go “on tilt”, and when he does that it makes you money. Be sure to give him a smile while you take down the pot.

I’ve been Freelancing. Yes I have. I mentioned this several days ago in my post Ah, Here we Go Again, that I have begun to write stuffs for moneys. For years I’ve wanted to know to do this; I’ve searched through writing forums, read books, and queried, queried, queried! For a nineteen year old with no Freelance credits behind me-the path wasn’t even. I’ve found that there are 5 necessary things for the aspiring freelance writer to do in order to secure some job offers and further build their portfolio.

Warning! I am not a super rich professional nor am I someone who has built up a massive portfolio- I have been freelancing for the past month and have secured several clients throwing a couple hundred bucks in my bank. Here we go!)

Before I began to look up job offers I knew within myself that I needed to have something to show. I had one or two publishing credits, but I knew this wouldn’t matter and I had a resume`, but I bet that wouldn’t do either. I started from scratch. I assembled a resume` listing my blogging experience, my current degree pursuit in college (Creative Writing), and an article I had published at Bookkus Publishing and a guest post. I tooted my own horn at my blog and it’s audience, picked a sweet template from Google Docs (I guess Google Drive now bleh), and saved it as a.doc file ready to send it out to any one I thought would be a good fit.

This is the one step that troubled me when I first started. How can I send samples of my work if I’ve never written any content for a client? See the general rules of thumb for samples of your work are broad: I generally use a nice guest post I’ve written, or a single article on publishing I’ve written, or even some of my better blog posts. Granted each of these gets a fresh edit and is assembled at its finest. Granted for a themed publication, the best bet is to show work on something similar, but I’ve noticed that some just wish to see your ability to write. If they require a link rather than an attachment direct them to your blog or even E-zine Articles. Remember the prize is in the pudding.

For my ongoing client I write about online slot games and occasionally I review online casinos. Now prior to this gig I had no idea about this! I can’t even legally gamble! However, through loads and loads and loads of research I have become quite knowledgeable in this field and I knock out assignments with ease. To make things easier for myself I use Evernote to clip information from the web and then I refer to that throughout my writing. Trust me- this will save you tons of time and frustration!

Remember time is money and so is each of your assignments. Upon receiving your assignments get to work! Nothing is worse than being dropped by your client because you can’t stick to deadline. Of course things in life come up and a well placed email can easily ask for more time and if applicable you may just as well receive that! As of right now I have three assignments sitting in my mailbox and will get to work on them the second this post is published. Don’t hesitate. Your best bet is to set a side a certain part of the day to complete your assignments- mine is in the morning after my daily walk and as I drink down my coffee. Sticking to deadline will relieve stress and assure you complete your assignments. Remember this is business.

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