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Break even or get close to it while eating for free at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs through use of deals on!

In recent months, I have been promoting and purchasing great deals offered through which yield free play and food at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs casino in Northeastern Pennsylvania. I spoke about the deals on episodes of Brave Hero Radio (specifically an episode titled “Advantage Gambling“), provided tips/coaching to friends, and am now producing a new series of videos – taking a different direction on this website and beyond!

This video series will show you optimal strategies — beyond and at the video poker machines — to break even or get close to it while eating for free at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs through use of deals offered on

One frequently offered deal which costs $25, for example, returns both $25 in free play and a $25 food voucher. With proper video poker play, proper mindset, insider tips few know about, and other free perks (including credit card rewards and free slot play just for joining Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs’ free Player’s Club), you can have a great time while spending very little money – deep discounts compared to what you would typically be spending for food and casino action.

You’ll learn about how to use the website, what to expect before visiting Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, how to be an effective responsible gambler, the basics of video poker, how to most effectively use a video poker machine, basic to intermediate video poker strategy through demonstration and commentary, and much more.

Most people think video poker is ‘straight up gambling’ like pulling a slot machine lever, but they are wrong. While some luck is involved, video poker largely involves pattern recognition, problem-solving, and correct decision making.

Many are unaware of finer points of video poker play – that different video poker games pay differently for similar hands and that even within the same game — across different machines — video poker machines pay differently. Little bits of insight can give you an edge while oversights will put you at an extreme disadvantage.

Learn about proper video poker play, analyzing paytables, and much more through my video series soon to be released.

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Video one of the series, an introduction, is featured below:

As always, feel free to leave comments here and on the YouTube video itself. I plan to release multiple videos per week. Stay tuned for new, fresh content here and on my YouTube channel and the series playlist.

Video of “In God We Trust” rally

Last month, I wrote about new legislation introduced in the state of Pennsylvania aiming to require public schools across the state to display “In God We Trust.”

Since then, the legislation has advanced through the house education committee (see video). More recently, a rally in support of the legislation was held in the Pennsylvania State Capitol building.

The rally was attended by Rep. Rick Saccone (R-Allegheny) — the bill’s sponsor — Rep. Ron Waters (D-Philadelphia), various members of the Pennsylvania Pastors Network, and about 150 people.

Saccone and supporters of this legislation — in spite of the religious overtones of this legislation — talk about how this is not about religion and instead is about history and a Pennsylvania story, but this rally included a great deal of religious overtones making it even more clear that this legislation is about advancing religious language.

The Lehigh Valley-based The Morning Call, reporting on the rally, had the following to say:

...a rally Wednesday in support of Saccone’s measure, House Bill 1728, turned into a theological synod in the Capitol.

Lawmakers and others loudly called for more religious instruction in public schools despite the constitutional ban on mixing church and state.

“In God we trust,” said Rep. Ron Waters, D-Philadelphia, who commended Saccone for championing the bill and starting a prayer caucus in the Legislature. “[Saccone] gives credit and trust to someone greater than all of us.”

“Yes,” a voice from the crowd answered.

“We have to know that,” Waters continued.

“Yes,” the voice replied.

“Our children have to know that,” Waters said. “… If they know there is a higher authority we should all aspire to, they will be successful no matter what obstacles are in front of them.”

ABC27 also reports on the rally, quoting Saccone,

“As our society spirals into a moral abyss, our children thirst for positive influences and role models to inspire them,” he said at the rally. “The story of our national motto both instructs and inspires. In a world of selfishness and greed, it teaches respect for a higher power than oneself.”

See the rally for yourself and see just how much this legislation is really about advancing religious language in the public schools:

As months go by, religion continues to creep into Pennsylvania’s government proceedings. Whether lawmakers attempt to mandate public schools display “In God We Trust,” mayors consider the free speech of atheists to be “unfortunate,” city councils initiate government-led prayer at council meetings, house representatives approve/introduce “The Year of the Bible” legislation, Prayer Month legislation, The Year of Religious Diversity legislation, an attempt to remove anonymity from individuals engaging in lawsuits seeking to uphold the separation of church and state, an attempt to criminalize “profane discourse” outside houses of worshipNational Fast Day legislation, or American Religious History Week legislation, Pennsylvania lawmakers continue to erode the wall separating church and state. The list sadly continues to grow.

As always, feel free to comment below.

#PCAC presenter Dr. Travis W. Schermer talks men’s issues

Dr. Travis W. Schermer
Dr. Travis W. Schermer

While attending the 2013 Pennsylvania Counseling Association conference, I spoke with Dr. Travis W. Schermer concerning men’s issues, masculinity, male friendships, and more.


Stay tuned for more interviews, live-tweeting, and the Brave Hero Radio broadcast Saturday night at 8PM Eastern.

As always, feel free to comment. Please indicate timestamps if you leave comments on particular parts of the video.

Conversation with #PCAC presenter Dr. Taunya Tinsley

602131_10151772245079327_886411131_nWhile attending the 2013 Pennsylvania Counseling Association conference, I spoke with Dr. Taunya Tinsley concerning non-religious individuals in counseling, inclusive non-religious approaches to spirituality, LGBT individuals, and more.


Stay tuned for more interviews, live-tweeting, and the Brave Hero Radio broadcast Saturday night at 8PM Eastern.

As always feel free to comment. Please leave timestamps with comments about particular parts of the video.