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As many poker players know, in poker, unlike other forms of gambling, skill does matter. What most poker players do not know, is that poker, just like any other forms of gambling, can induce addiction and caused many types of mental problems. Written for the family members of poker players, "In Love with a Poker Player" gives a compelling theory on when and how poker playing becomes a form of addiction. You will hear from Jeremy Stryker, a winning micro-stake player, explain concepts such as co-dependency, external referenting and how they affect families of poker players. Stryker would also clarify and explain a lot of confusing terms you might hear such as pot-odd, expectation and tight/loose or passive/aggressive play and how these explain your loved ones condition. "In Love with a Poker Player" is the second book of Jeremy Stryker, his first book "Why I Quit Poker" is a groundbreaking book on why poker playing is bad for you, even if you can win money.
Title I, Part A, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) authorises federal aid to local educational agencies (LEAs) for the education of disadvantaged children. Title I-A grants provide supplementary educational and related services to low-achieving and other pupils attending pre-kindergarten through grade 12 schools with relatively high concentrations of pupils from low-income families. In recent years, they have also become a "vehicle" to which a number of requirements affecting broad aspects of public K-12 education for all pupils have been attached as a condition for receiving Title I-A grants. This book examines the formulas used to allocate Title I-A funds to states, LEAs, and schools. These formulas are used to allocate funds not only under the largest federal K-12 education program, but also several other ESEA and non-ESEA programs under which grants are made in proportion to ESEA Title I-A allocations.
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