How NOT to b a sore loser.
Hello! I suppose that you will have to teach them both! However, knowing how to play is the basic and you will have to show the person all the simple things to get started. Once he/she has mastered the gameplay and in-game features, you can then give them tips on how to win. All the … Read more
How to play 100% because how to win will come after the basics have been taught. Take Poker or Blackjack (my favs) for example, you need the basics and then you can learn how to win. Many other activities follow this same theory.
Don't follow any sportsball at all. Can't imagine spending hours watching a bunch of millionjaires playing with balls.
Nope. Don't watch them on TV either. Don't care about anything "sports" except doing this:
Unfortunately, no. My mom was at the 2001 Super Bowl when the Ravens destroyed the Giants. She was a guest of the Ravens at that game. She didn't know a touchdown from a kickoff.
Summer: Skateboarding, soccer or swimming.
Winter: Hockey, ice skating or snowboarding.
Bobsled. It's looks like so much fun.
I am with Joy. Gymnastics looks most fun to me.
Gymnastics! I used to do gymnastics, but I grew too tall.
Glad I could help. By the way, what exactly did I help with?
Hello, you're welcome.
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!
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:
- First create revenue for their business
- Second make an appealing game for their users . . .
- . . . To create brand loyalty . . . … Read more
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.