Nathan Lane
Nathan Lane answered

Stick to the basics, get experience playing and begin to learn how to read other players. Get confident in when to play and when not to play certain hands. Best of luck!

Nealious James
Nealious James answered Amber Lilly's question

Hello Amber! I will have to admit that something like this did happen! However, I did not really call in sick to play games, I just happened to feel unwell and since I had my favourite platformer and several other titles to finish, I ended up playing for hours. I had a … Read more

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered zack leon's question

That's like asking if it's okay to use one window cleaner instead of another one . . . Really? You can't answer this yourself?

Both are games designed to:

  1. First create revenue for their business
  2. Second make an appealing game for their users . . .
  3. . . . To create brand loyalty . . . … Read more
Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang answered zack leon's question

I always agree with Happy and you should take her advice..... Because my advice will be wrong. Lol! I am faithful to a fault and there will NEVER be another Pikachu! I am loyal to Pokemon.

Joy Twain
Joy Twain answered zack leon's question

I think you should do whatever makes you happy.  You don't have to have brand loyalty to just Pokemon, or just Yu-Gi-Oh, or just Digimon. 

Some people get so invested in only one thing, they miss out on a lot of good times.  Remember the junk about only playing Xbox vs. PlayStation?  Phzffttt! 😤  I … Read more

Nathan Lane
Nathan Lane answered Didge Doo's question

I really enjoy going to the races, for me it's live action that adds to the risk of a bet. Having said that if you find a decent online site to have a little bet you do get a buzz. I've been playing at PlayOJO and SlotBoss recently, and … Read more

Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

With over 3.5 billion fans worldwide, football ("soccer") is the most popular sport on the planet. It always ranks at the top of the majority of the credible lists published. Usually, popularity is measured based on the "number of viewers/fans".

Michael Poland
Michael Poland answered zack leon's question

To all of my friends, and your all my friends,

after being on your screen for 30 minutes to

an hour try this. Look out side. Look at an object

far away then one close up. Do you feel your eye's

relax? This works wonders for me and I hope it will

do the same for you. Also … Read more

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered zack leon's question

I've NEVER heard it can improve vision . . . I have heard it can improve "Hand-Eye Coorridination" . . . Which is different.

Water Nebula
Water Nebula answered zack leon's question

The game itself may improve your vision, but outside forces like your screen quality and lighting are worsening it. Plus if you're straining your eyes from constant play, your "results" will be different than with on-off game time

Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang answered zack leon's question

I have NEVER heard of video games improving vision! You are thinking of hand eye coordination! Go out side and throw a ball! Save your eyesight!