February 28, 2006

February 27, 2006

World Poker Tour: The Best of Season 3

World Poker Tour - Best Of Season 3 showcases the best players and biggest payouts from the $100 million dollar season of the WPT. Every episode of World Poker Tour - Best Of Season 3 is jam-packed with surprises, suspense and excitement. Hungry amateurs take on ice cool pros, veteran players square off against young guns and all reveling in the high-wire act of life changing money being risked on every turn of a card. Featuring pros Doyle Brunson, Gus Hansen, Phil Ivey, Erick Lindgren, Daniel Negreanu and more!

At World Poker Tour: The Best of Season 3

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February 24, 2006

The Best of the Blogpire

Tvsnob 125 Macnn-2Another week and another Best of the Blogpire! Exciting things are happening at TV SNOB - we've just run a TVSnob Logo Contest so expect a new look and new stuff over at TV SNOB very soon. Also if you've seen the new Gillette Fusion Razor - Shaving Stuff has a review of the new Gillette Fusion Razor. Are you into Poker? If so and you've got your own home game going you may want to check out our review of the new Apache Poker Chips - Paulson Clay Poker Chips For Your Home Poker Game. Okay - now on with the Best of the Blogpire!

Single Serve Coffee
Review: Black & Decker Home Café One Cup Coffee Maker GT300 from Single Serve Coffee.com
Save 10% On All Single Serve Coffee Makers

Just The Chips
Casino Server for Poker Night
Beyond Tells: Power Poker Psychology

Kitchen Contraptions
Magnetic Fridge Clock
Fizz Keeper Pump & Pour

Shaving Stuff
The Art of Shaving - Now in Book Form
How To Say Moustache in Albanian
L'Oreal for Men

What's All the Racquet
Volkl's DNX Technology - Cool S#%&
James Blake is working with Prince to design a racquet

TV Snob
First Look: Toshiba's TDP-T95U XGA projector
TV-B-Gone: A Tool for the TV Vigilante

Shirt Snob
Wood Tank by Vince
New at Busted Tees

GPS Lodge
In-Car Navigation Systems; Dangerous?
Mio 350 and Mio 550

The Cooking News
Recipe News: Join the Mardi Gras fun with Cajun recipes
Coffee News: Coffee before exercise won't kill you

Liquor Snob
Are You Gonna Drink Vodka My Way?
Bar Bets You're Sure to Win

Really Natural
Is Organic Always a Good Thing?
Eating Organic Foods Eliminates Pesticides from Children's Bodies

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February 23, 2006

Casino Server for Poker Night

Serve your favorite snacks with this Casino Server. This server can hold up to four different types of snacks, each section featuring a game, from tic-tac-toe to othello. Perfect to serve munchies on poker night.

At Casino Server

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February 22, 2006

Beyond Tells: Power Poker Psychology

As we gear up for our 2006 run at the World Series of Poker (okay - maybe we're kidding a bit here), we're going to start playing more tournaments and feel we should probably get the low down on "tells" as much as we can.

This book aims to marry "The Psychology of Poker" by Schoonmaker, with Caro's Book of Poker Tells. The overriding theme is that Caro's Tells have to be interpreted in terms of the personality of the person making the tell and the specific circumstance when the suspected tell is being made.

At Beyond Tells: Power Poker Psychology

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February 21, 2006

Review: Apache Poker Chips - Paulson Clay Poker Chips For Your Home Poker Game

Img 2071-1Apache Poker Chips sent us in two clay poker chip sample sets to review recently. If you don't know that much about Apache Poker Chips' - then you should.

They have the largest selection of casino quality clay poker chips we've seen. Also they specialize in Paulson, ASM, Chipco, & TR King chips. These are high quality chips. We like the fact they have a large selection of looks (Deadwood chips anyone?) and the chips feel right.

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Img 2233These poker chips are made out of as much clay as you can put into a poker chip without making them brittle and we really like the designs. Each chip weighs in at 10 - 10.1 grams (note we got a consistent 10.1 gram weight on the Deadwood chips). This is a proper casino weight. Most people are used to composite chips with metal blanks inside weighing in at 11.5 grams - but we can assure you - 10 grams is the proper weight.

Now we've been playing with these chips over the past few weeks as our "play with chips and do chip tricks stack" while playing online poker and we like them. Much like the Nevada Jacks chips we've been using in much the same way, these feel like the real deal and are good looking chips.

What else can we say? Great design. Good weight. Great quality. We recommend ordering some sample sets and see for yourself. Read their full FAQ for more information.

At Apache Poker Chips, Paulson Clay Poker Chips For Your Home Poker Game

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February 17, 2006

The Best of the Blogpire & ReallyNatural.com

Reallynatural Blogad-1We're pretty excited here around the Blogpire. Over the past few months we've been cooking up a new site to bring to you - ReallyNatural.com. If you need tips on living naturally (Birkenstocks not required) - then this is the site for you. ReallyNatural.com is your resource for product reviews of all of those consumer food, health and beauty, and household goods marketed as 'natural', 'organic' and 'environmentally friendly'.

You'll learn as Liesel and Mikko test the waters and offer tips on what it means to 'live naturally.' And where else are you going to find a review on Ecover Ecological Toilet Bowl Cleaner or a nice Organic Wine: 2004 Jelu Malbec and perhaps your didn't buy the right gift on Valentine's Day and should have looked into Chocolate Bars For Your Eco-Conscious Honey. Whatever you're need to be more natural - ReallyNatural.com will have it.

Now on with the Best of the Blogpire!

Liquor Snob
Don Eduardo Silver Tequila Review
Cocktail Parties 101

Single Serve Coffee
Review: Tully's French Roast & Kona Blend K-Cups from Single Serve Coffee.com
Four New K-Cups from Green Mountain Coffee

Kitchen Contraptions
Folding Cutting Board
Pig Baking Dish

Shaving Stuff
"Buzzed" - a Shaving DVD
It's The Microfins, Not The Blades

TV Snob
Philips RC9800i Touchscreen Remote Control Review
American Idol Crushes the Winter Olympics in TV Ratings

Shirt Snob
Threadless
Kimono Top by Geren Ford

GPS Lodge
TomTom now #2 in US for Mobile GPS
Magellan eXplorist 210 Outdoor Bundle

The Cooking News
Wine News: Selecting the Perfect Red Wine
Recipe News: Heart-healthy recipes

Just The Chips
The Book of Bluffs - How to Bluff at Poker
Small Stakes Hold 'em

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February 15, 2006

The Book of Bluffs - How to Bluff at Poker

My good friend Russ has this book. So far - I haven't seen much progress in his bluffs or him sensing my bluffs but the book did get us to discuss what we think various bluffs might mean or how to tell when certain people are bluffing.

Twenty years ago, Mike Caro wrote the book on what to look for in a player's movements, gestures, and facial expressions--their "tells"--to determine if they were bluffing, and it remains one of the bestselling poker books of all time. But what Caro didn't do was teach players how to bluff. Enter Matt Lessinger, a professional poker player and columnist, who in THE BOOK OF BLUFFS shows players how to get their opponents to fold--no matter how strong a hand they've been dealt. Lessinger reveals how, with the correct timing and artistry, bluffing will allow a player to win while holding an inferior hand--the very essence of poker.

At The Book of Bluffs : How to Bluff and Win at Poker

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February 14, 2006

Small Stakes Hold 'em

For today’s poker players, Texas hold ’em is the game. Every day, tens of thousands of small stakes hold ’em games are played all over the world in homes, card rooms, and on the Internet. These games can be very profitable — if you play well. But most people don’t play well and end up leaving their money on the table. Small Stakes Hold ’em: Winning Big with Expert Play explains everything you need to be a big winner.

At Small Stakes Hold 'em: Winning Big With Expert Play

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February 10, 2006

February 9, 2006

Tri-fold Texas Hold'em pro poker top

Tri-fold Texas Hold'em pro poker top; easy to unfold to use, unfolded dimensions are 83 1/2" x 41 1/2" x 2". 10 positions of play with 10 handy drink cup holders. The table also features a felt top; durable vinyl padded perimeter.

At Folding Texas Hold 'em Table Table Top Poker

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February 6, 2006

Ace on the River: An Advanced Poker Guide

Barry Greenstein is one of those rarer than rare poker players. He gives away a ton of money to charities along with being a soft spoken and very interesting person. We've been looking for something written by him for quite some time and will be picking this up very soon.

The long anticipated 'Ace on the River' is one of the most interesting and unique poker books ever written.

Barry Greenstein has been playing professional poker for about thirty years, and has been a regular in the biggest games in the world for more than a decade, with legends such as Doyle Brunson and Chip Reese. This text was originally intended to be a chapter in the sequel to Brunson's 'Super System,' but when the first draft ran over 100 pages, the project turned into its own book.

The book is primarily targetted toward high-limit professional poker players, which is a very limited audience. Lower and middle limit players will find a lot of the material useful and interesting, but significant portions won't apply to them. Casual home game and beginning players will find a fascinating look into the mind and world of high-stakes poker players, but should definitely look elsewhere for instruction and strategy tips.

At Ace on the River: An Advanced Poker Guide

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February 3, 2006

February 2, 2006

High Hand Designs Poker Stuff Arrive for Review

Products 01We've just received a set of shirts and signs from High Hand Designs to review. So far - pretty impressive. The signs and shirts are of high quaility and we'll have our full review next week.

About High Hand Designs:

High Hand Designs is the industry leader for unique, hard to find, and high quality poker apparel, and gaming décor products. Having searched the Internet for poker products and finding rags, we decided to create our own product lines that we would wear at the poker tables, around town, or proudly display in our homes. We are passionate about poker and we offer goods for those who expect better quality and innovation.

Our current selection includes the finest Poker Shirts, Poker Posters, and Poker Art. Without tipping our hand, continue to visit us often, as month-by-month the next generation of products will be introduced. Surf around and you are sure to see our amazing selection of Poker Decor and Poker Gifts.

At High Hand Designs - Finest Poker Apparel and Gaming Decor - About Us

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