Author’s Note: If you aren’t in the habit of listening to poker podcasts, this is your golden opportunity. From news, strategy, interviews, and everything in between, it’s all covered. Below you’ll find a library of shows from December 2012. If my readers (this means you) appreciate this compilation, I’ll continue to assemble and publish this list every month. So click the ‘Like’ button to show your support, and I’ll keep it coming on a monthly basis.
You can also wash the bitcoin t shirt several times in most laundry detergent which will deposit optical whiteners on the cotton fibers. “The more washings a fabric undergoes, the higher the chemical build-up,” says Dr. Hatch.
Some black hat hacker going by the handle “Lance G” threatened to crash the site unless it gave him a $5,000 ransom. Let’s not pretend blackmail is some kind of economic indicator for the monetary viability of bitcoin. Some even speculate that law enforcement is behind the DDoS attacks.
12/5: Episode 10. Leo Wolpert, a true grinder and a good friend, joins us on the 10th episode. Leo has a WSOP bracelet, a law degree, a Quiz Bowl pedigree, and a Jeopardy! appearance to his name, and he finished 50th in the 2012 WSOP main event. He’s also got a few hands from the Palms Heartland Poker Tour event for our strategy segment! [Visit Website] [Download MP3].
Rihanna seemed to be in good spirits at the party, laughing and posing in pictures with the Peas. Their new album has already spawned the #1 hit and radio favorite, “Boom Boom Pow” (I posted the video below to enjoy!). The Black Eyed Peas, who have been spotted all over Manhattan in recent days, are performing a Today Show concert this Friday (June 12th) at Rockefeller Plaza.
If you want to win most of the online auctions, you might want to try looking for the auctions that start and end at uncommon times. Many auction sellers usually start and end their auction during the weekend where many potential buyers are at home. You should always try to look for uncommon end times so that you would not be outbid by other people.
JK: As it evolves and it becomes more real, you’ll see more competition, but I got a lot of support when we had problems last year, I made a lot of great friends like Charlie Shrem from BitInstant. Right now it’s true that some people hate each other, but we all want to see it succeed. When something bad happens it makes the whole place look bad, so it reflects on all of us.