Mississippi Stud Poker – Raise Up to Three Times When You Can’t Lose the Hand! Here’s How

Mississippi Stud Poker is a five card stud poker game that is very easy to learn if you understand poker hand rankings. It’s a very popular table game that’s found in almost every major gaming jurisdiction.The objective is to wager for a good poker hand where winning payouts are made according to a pre-determined pay table. The better your hand is the greater the payouts are. The dealer does not play.How to PlayAll players must first make an ante bet in the appropriate betting circle. The dealer will then deal each player two cards face down from a standard 52 card deck. Three community cards will also be placed face down in the areas marked 3rd Street, 4th street, and 5th Street. Players must then look at their cards to decide if they want to stay in the game or fold based on the strength of their two card hand. If the player folds, he or she must slide their two cards face down toward the dealer, and the ante bet will be collected. (It’s important not to reveal the down cards to the dealer or the other players.) If the player continues play he or she may wager 1 to 3X their ante in the betting circle marked 3rd Street.The dealer then turns over a 3rd Street community card, which can be used by all players toward their five card poker hand. This process is repeated for 4th street, and 5th street. Each time a community card is revealed players must bet 1 to 3X or fold. The dealer then turns over the remaining players two cards. The pay tables are as follows:Royal Flush – 500 to 1Straight Flush – 100 to 1Four of a Kind – 40 to 1Full House – 10 to 1Flush – 6 to 1Straight – 4 to 1Three of a Kind – 3 to 1Two Pair – 2 to 1Pair of Jacks or Better – 1 to 1Pair of 6′s Thru 10′s – PushPair of 2′s Thru 5′s – LossAll Other – LossStrategyThe key to keeping the house edge below 5% is to learn when and how much to bet and when to fold. Here are some tips:If you have a can’t lose hand with your initial two cards, i.e. at least a pair of 6′s, raise 3X on all three street positions right away. For example, if you’re at a five dollar minimum table, your total bet would be $45 (for all street positions) plus the $5 ante. Remember, you cannot lose with this hand. Bet 1X with any other hand.After seeing 3rd Street, raise 3X with any pair of 6′s or higher, or any straight flush draw. Raise 1X with any flush draw, at least two face cards (Jack or higher), any one of three cards 6-10, or any three consecutive cards.After seeing 4th Street, raise 3X with any push or paying hand, any four to a flush or straight, raise 1X or fold with all other hands.With the correct strategy and a little bit of Lady Luck, this game can be profitable as well as entertaining. Good Luck!

6 Steps to the Social Aspects of Sustainable Communities Planning

Successful sustainable communities planning can be divided into two categories: physical sustainability and social sustainability. Information on the former (physical sustainability) is readily available but what about the equally important social aspects of building an off the grid eco village? Once energy self-sustainability, food self-sustainability, and structure self-sustainability (home building) is covered, how do you assure that the people in your community will want to stay, and new people will want to join, both of which are foundations of sustainable community growth?

I have identified 6 key components to the social sustainability aspect of community building: decentralized government, individual freedom, recreation, entrepreneurial model for financial independence, group living activities, and an outreach program. It should be noted that A) these are all equally important and B) the importance of each of these increases the more community is emphasized in your eco village; meaning people living together and coexisting rather than just living in the same location and existing.

Decentralized Government:

The definitive work I have read on this point, and recommended for anyone starting a community, would be M. Scott Peck’s book, “The Different Drum: Community Making and Peace.” A summary of why decentralized government, and more specifically decision-making through consensus, is important is three-fold: it builds a community of leaders, it supports equality and fairness assuring everyone is part of major decision-making, and it requires communication and thoughtful interaction.

Each of these three points is important to the long-term social sustainability of a community because they all empower people and keep communication lines open. Lack of communication and people feeling ‘lost in the shuffle’ or insignificant to the creation are arguably the two largest undermining factors of community building, and not just sustainable communities but at work, home, and in people’s families. Nobody likes to feel like their views and needs are going unheard and nobody likes to feel like they aren’t important; the solution is governing by consensus and a decentralized power structure that I’ll cover more in detail in a future article.

Individual Freedom:

Individual Freedom is ESSENTIAL to the growth and sustainability of a community. This seems obvious but my personal opinion is that society as a whole is really missing the boat in this department and the number one reason for people to want to start a new life in an off the grid community, even more important than all the ethical reasons for sustainability, should be freedom.

Individual freedom means being able to dress, think, say, and do what you want as long as it doesn’t harm anyone else. If people want to cross-dress, meditate on their head, smoke pot, and worship the Chicken God they should be able to do so in the privacy of their own home without worrying about repercussions OR JUDGMENT. Start your community with this level of freedom in mind and a consensus governing structure will keep it that way and help expand the paradigm of everyone involved.

Recreation

Recreation is about making your community fun. Your community could be the most off the grid super self-sustainable living environment on the planet, but if it is a boring place to be who would want to live or visit it? The solution is building recreation into your daily living structure and involving the entire community. Things like live music, movie nights, mediation or yoga classes, community construction projects, food production, etc. can all function as recreational activities that help bring people together and keep them together.

True sustainable growth of your community comes from making it a place people want to be all the time. If everyone living in your community wants to get away to have fun then you have failed in your mission to create a truly sustainable environment and you should sit down with all of your members and discuss how to fix it. Success in this area will not only guarantee people will want to stay in your community but it will also keep friends, family and new members coming to you rather than you seeking them.

Entrepreneurial Model for Financial Independence

By “entrepreneurial model” and “independence” I do not mean a community model but an INDIVIDUAL MODEL. A self-sustainable community is by definition financially independent but an individual model for financial independence should also be available to those members that desire more than just ‘retiring’ to a community without the possibility of anything else.

The way we are doing this is by pooling the resources of our community and creating businesses (see also Outreach Program below). Any time a new person is considered for community membership we evaluate potential business opportunities they may bring and work with that person, if they are interested, to create residual income streams that benefit both the individual and the community.

By doing this we create more individual freedom and provide opportunity to build a business and still leave room for people that might want to try community living but aren’t sure they would want to stay long-term. This benefits both them because of the resources and capital we can provide, and us because businesses we help to build still pay a small percentage to the community that helped create them even if the business owner decides to move on.

Group Living Activities

Group living activities are things like group dining, child care, educational classes, laundry, etc.; anything that might be a part of traditional living that can be performed more efficiently by the cooperative effort of the community. These are separate from the recreation activities I mentioned above but they can overlap as there is no reason activities like dining can’t also be structured as recreational activities.

The real key is providing benefit exclusive to the community living experience and maintaining the community ‘energy.’ What this means is that people living in your community should easily be able to tout the extensive time and energy-saving benefits of community living; rather than complain about how exhausting it is dealing with so many people so close. Work together to see what can be streamlined for the benefit of everyone and keep discussion open about how to improve any systems in place. Most domestic duty activities can be performed more efficiently and more enjoyably for an entire community of 80-100 people by a rotating group of two or three individuals; this saves time, money, resources, and should garner the appreciation and support of everyone involved.

Combining group living activities also keeps the energy of the community communal; the goal is for your community to feel and operate like a close-knit family. Family energy, however, requires all of the previous four points. If you look at family models that do, versus don’t, work you will see that successful families maintain each of the listed social points: A) a balance of power where everyone is heard and respected B) freedom where everyone feels comfortable being who they are C) social activities that make the family a fun place to be and D) freedom to leave – nobody is trapped financially or otherwise.

Outreach Program

Unless your community goal is isolation, and in my opinion even if it is, an outreach program is essential to supporting the energy and growth of your community because it brings new people to your creation to see what it is. The more self-sustainable your community is, the less tangible reasons people will have to travel outside the community; this means you need to either bring the outside world to you or people will most likely leave the community just for something new.

The outreach program we are creating is through dedicating a little more than a third of the community to tourism, designing the recreational activities so they are part of the daily living plan but open to visitors of the community, and founding the individual entrepreneurial model on an internet web presence that introduces people to the community through the individual businesses. This is a three tiered approach but any one of these approaches can be used to support your community, the important part is that you have some sort of outreach program that not only help build your community but also helps to educate the world.

Conclusion:

Sustainable communities planning is becoming more popular every year. People want to start a new life but don’t know how or don’t have the resources. If you are someone like me working to change the current paradigm and set people free, be sure you consider the social aspects of community building. We already have a plethora of disconnected and uncooperative communities called the cities of America – they aren’t working. Let’s start creating something different and move ourselves closer to the sustainable planet we are capable of.

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