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Ryanair is almost unique in allowing hand baggage of just 15 inches x 8 inches x 10 inches 40cm x 20cm x 25cm. So if you take your usual hand luggage bag, Ryanair may force you to check it into the hold.
But be aware that even if your bag does fit the metal frame, they may still charge you. Ryanair charges checked bag fees depending on the flight route; the range is 25 euros to 50 euros per bag, per flight.
The standard checked allowance is 23 kg 50 pounds. Unfortunately, Ryanair does not actually always offer this service, even when you've paid for it.
But this is one example where easyJet charges a lot more than Ryanair. At least easyJet's priority boarding works. When paying for your baggage, make sure you select 'no' when asked if you want the priority boarding service.
Ryanair's travel insurance is a lot more expensive than that offered by most insurance companies, while its cover is considerably less comprehensive.
Ryanair's insurance falls well short of this. No, you shouldn't buy it. So it doesn't matter how much it costs, does it? This is a very welcome improvement.
Ryanair's baggage drop desks are known for their long lines. Currently reside in Vegas. Came into a bit of a windfall of money so been playing a bit of and holding my own, no solid results to show.
Thoughts on taking weekday trips to LA to play the deep stacks there at Hawaii gardens, Commerce, Bike, and Hollywood park?
Also, How much of a percentage of profits would you need to take on a student? Same question for Doug as well. Not to say that these aren't places where you can grind out a solid hourly but the games at these places are not as juicy as the ones in LA.
Sometimes more depending who's in town, what conventions are running, etc, but usually I'd say at least 4 times a week.
This game is also 1k capped and I've found to be hit and miss. MGM Grand does have a game but usually only runs on the weekends and if you're not on the first open table, you can probably be expected to wait a while.
Good news about MGM is that you can give them your number and they will text you when the seat opens up. Planet Hollywood sometimes spread But it's very unlikely outside of sporadic weekends and WSOP time.
The good news about the PH games is that it is uncapped, and you can straddle at any position so people with lots of gamble will love playing there.
Here's the problem with in Vegas. Once you get to , your options are pretty limited. Thanks man. I pushed, got called with 35 and went home.
First playable hand I'd got. Your answer will make me think more next time so thanks again. How would you approach self improving in poker nowdays if you were lowstakes?
On what would you work the most and would you have any specific advice or software you would recommend?
What's a good way to "rate" my play? I play the circuit a good bit on the east coast but the best finish I've had is 10th place in a mega satellite.
What's my next step to finishing in large tournaments? Is it a good and bad thing being Doug's business partner?
Good because of the obvious reasons and slightly bad because hes got such an impressive record that you may feel you need to keep up with?
You have to play 25K hands HU vs one of the following players. You have to win and your life depends on it. Of the following who would you want to play them most and who would you want to play the least.
He 3-bet and barreled off, I called down at This is kinda about poker, black jack is even more swingy on the bankroll than plo so I've heard.
Try playing on a different site. Or do something else. Post-flop tendencies matter too. If we are up against players that often fold to continuation bets and multiple barrels, we can exploit them by raising a wide range over their limps.
Conversely, if our opponents are calling stations and float with a very broad range of hands, we should consider tailoring our range to being more value-heavy.
Because preflop raises will be larger when there are numerous limpers in the pot, three-bets will usually be bigger as a result. This means that you will not be able to defend call the three-bet as often, so you will need to tighten your raising range to avoid over-folding to three-bets.
This is rare in live poker, but adjust accordingly if you notice that it is happening. The hands in red will function as profitable raises against a normal limping range.
The suited connectors included will realise their equity very well, whilst our Broadway combinations are strong enough to bet for value post-flop.
The hands in pink can be either raised with or called with depending upon the dynamic of the table. The tighter range below can be used when you are up against tighter opponents, shorter stacks or are being aggressively three-betted:.
Against a field which is limping a wide range of hands, we can raise a wide range of hands profitably from the cutoff.
A number of suited connectors are included in this raising range as they will realise their equity well. Remember, when developing a strategy versus limpers from late positions, you must consider the following:.
The next year I went to college. I was completely absorbed in poker and saw no reason to do anything else. I took a leave of absence, which I am still on, and pursued my passion full time.
I was thrilled. I set out to achieve a goal and little by little succeeded. However nothing could prepare me for what happened next.
I flew down to Costa Rica with some friends for a vacation to cap off a great year. Pokerstars was hosting an LAPT tournament down there, a tournament which I didn't even intend to play.
Luckily the hotel we were staying at was land locked and there wasn't much of a beach to go relax at.