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Have you ever wanted to travel the world but just haven’t had the time or money to do it? I present you  the perfect opportunity by joining our team of professionals. Players Club Tours operates a multi-million dollar casino business that takes high net worth gamblers to the top beaches and casinos all over the world.

The knowledged, professional and courteous staff here at Player’s Club Tours strives to create a unique, stress-free and memorable travel experience for each of our VIP preferred guests. We not only guide them through a hassle-free travel experience, but we will also ensure that their individual style is accommodated while abroad.

Whether our clients travel individually, as a couple, or with a small group they will travel in style and luxury from the moment the trip begins. Our staff will arrange for the most comfortable airline accommodations and stays at the finest resorts across the globe. This trip will center around the client and their needs, making it a trip of a lifetime. Our preferred guests deserve the very best that the world has to offer and we confidently arrange that for them.

Our luxury world travel tours include the top 10 beaches and the top 10 casino destinations in the world. We send our clients to explore the wonders of the Pacific Rim such as the eclectic city of Hong Kong where East meets West; the luxuriously adorned resorts and casinos of Macau; and the natural exotic splendor of Phuket, Thailand. If you’ve ever dreamed of exploring South America, we travel to the surreal destination of Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro, and adventure through the lush tropical rain forests of Costa Rica.

We strive to cater to our clients lifestyle and personal interests. Our tour hosts arrange for daily activities for our clients to enjoy. Whether they prefer to spend their time relaxing on a sandy beach; gaming in a world famous casino, trekking through lush tropical rainforests, or scuba diving in tropical warm waters; our tour hosts personalize every detail of the trip. Again, our goal is to create memories that will last a lifetime.

Absolute Satisfaction Period.

On top of a great salary, all travel expenses are paid by our company. It is important that you are bi-lingual in both english and spanish.

The Rules to apply to the job, follow them carefully.

#1- Learn about our company by visiting our website’s main pages.  Please read up on all the luxury tours that we offer.

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We’re interviewing people via skype & hiring between August 15th – September 10th 2013. Contact Ryan via Facebook with any questions or call toll free 1-866-968-8687

  • bi-lingual in english & spanish.
  • be very outgoing & friendly.

You must live within 75 miles of

  • San Jose, Costa Rica,
  • Ibiza Spain
  • Macau China.
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4 Gambling Mistakes New Poker Players Make

This article explains various gambling mistakes that many inexperienced poker players make.

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Poker is a game of chance, but there is still a large amount of skill involved when playing. Many new poker players make gambling mistakes that cost them a lot of money and get them out of tournaments. Some novices play free poker online and never win because of terrible gambling techniques. However, by knowing four common gambling mistakes that are made by new players, you can greatly increase your chances of winning games and tournaments.1. Going all-in too often or in obvious desperation. In many tournaments with play money, some players go all-in the first hand. It may work for a few times, but after a while, someone will call you. In that case, you better hope that you have actually good cards. All-in can be used to get players to fold, but it should really only be used if you have a solid hand and could possibly double your stack. People should bluff very infrequently with an all-in. Going all-in with a bad hand is what many people call

3 Tips For The Beginner Poker Player

So you want to be a poker player? Poker is a very challenging game although gameplay is relatively simple. Before you start throwing money around familiarize yourself with the rules of betting, calling, raising, and folding. Also, it is important to know the rank of each hand, because you do not want to bet on a hand that YOU think is a winner. Below are 3 other tips on helping you get started as a poker player. 1. Start by playing with play money- This is probably the be…

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So you want to be a poker player? Poker is a very challenging game although gameplay is relatively simple. Before you start throwing money around familiarize yourself with the rules of betting, calling, raising, and folding. Also, it is important to know the rank of each hand, because you do not want to bet on a hand that YOU think is a winner. Below are 3 other tips on helping you get started as a poker player. 1. Start by playing with play money- This is probably the best way to get started. You do not have to worry about blowing your whole savings account trying to become a good poker player. Start out playing for fun with friends or go online and play with play money. Numerous sites offer this service and you should take advantage of it. 2. Experiment with different strategies- Find the poker style that suits you best. Perhaps you don

3 Card Poker Strategy

When you break out the 52-card deck and deal a hand of 3-card poker, the first strategy you need is a firm understanding of the rules. Rather than competing against other players, you are competing against the dealer. You need a better hand than the dealer (and at least a pair) to win. Each of you is dealt three cards, and the cards are shuffled after each hand. Because there are fewer ways to make a straight with 3 cards than a flush, straights rank higher. Aces are high or …

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When you break out the 52-card deck and deal a hand of 3-card poker, the first strategy you need is a firm understanding of the rules. Rather than competing against other players, you are competing against the dealer. You need a better hand than the dealer (and at least a pair) to win. Each of you is dealt three cards, and the cards are shuffled after each hand. Because there are fewer ways to make a straight with 3 cards than a flush, straights rank higher. Aces are high or low.You can make two bets: the Ante and the Pair Plus. The Ante is the fee charged to you for playing the hand. The Pair Plus is your bet that you will get a hand with a pair or higher. You don

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Could Be a Betting Bonanza For Football Fans

September 2, 2006 will be a special day in college football as the PAC 10 invades the unfriendly confines of SEC country, for a tripleheader that will quickly define who has a powerful conference in 2006.

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September 2, 2006 will be a special day in college football as the PAC 10 invades the unfriendly confines of SEC country, for a tripleheader that will quickly define who has a powerful conference in 2006. This is USC coach Pete Carroll’s year to re-load and before anyone feels too sorry for him understand that the two players vying to replace Leinart were both regarded as the top prep quarterback in America their senior years. Bush, like Leinart, will be missed, but there’s a roll-call list of young, highly regarded runners anxious to win the job at tailback. This is a team that went 37-2 the past three seasons with both of those losses coming by three points. Enough quality players return buoyed by a string of recruiting classes regarded among the finest in the country to give USC another shot at being in the middle of the BCS mix. The problem for the Trojans is their opening week visit to hot, humid and hostile Arkansas where the embarrassed Razorbacks are waiting. Last season, USC hung up seventy points on Houston Nutt

3 Reasons to Travel While You’re Young

3 Reasons to Travel While You’re Young

If you’ve graduated college and have yet to get a passport you have an emptiness inside. You are stuck in the rat race of daily routine. Never enlightened to anything outside your own culture. As each year ticks by you’re getting closer to depriving yourself of ever experiencing the world.

Terameno, Sicily

Do you think it will get any easier to travel when you’re married and have a ton of responsibilities? Don’t settle for being ordinary.” Have you ever though to yourself. “I hate this city, it’s always the same old predictable routine.” You’re doing this to yourself by being a follower of the crowd. A Sheep! Your friends aren’t as interesting as you may think they are or your wouldn’t feel this void.

The other night, I had a conversation with a young woman who had a number of decisions ahead of her, one of which was whether she should go to grad school or travel the world. I told her to travel. Hands down. No excuses. Just go. The rewards are worth the costs.

She sighed.
“Yeah, but…”
Never were more fatal words spoken:
• Yeah, but… what about debt?
• Yeah, but… what about my job?
• Yeah, but… what about my boyfriend (or dog or car or whatever)?

“Yeah, but…” makes it sound like we have the best of intentions when really we are just too scared to do what we should. It allows us to be cowards, while sounding noble.

Most people I know who waited to travel the world never did. Be careful of the yeah-but. The yeah-but will kill the dreams of your youth.

The life you’ve always wanted

When you get older, life seems to just sort of happen to you. Your youth is a time of total empowerment. You get to do what you want. But as you mature and gain new responsibilities, you have to be very intentional about making sure you don’t lose sight of what’s important. So if you still have a reasonable amount of control over your circumstances, you should do what really matters. Because life won’t always be just about you.

Paris

During early adulthood, your worldview is still being formed. It’s important to give yourself opportunities to grow. A good way to do that is to travel. You will regret few risks you take when it comes to this. I promise you that. There are three reasons to travel while you’re young:

1. Traveling teaches you to live an adventure

In your lifetime, you will not be able to remember all of your experiences over the years. You will, however remember the special moments. The feeling you have for a moment in your life when you feel part of something.

Cafe Del Mar Ibiza

While you’re young, you should travel. You should take the time to see the world and taste the fullness of life. It’s worth whatever investment or money or sacrifice of time that may be required on your part. This is not about being a tourist. It’s about experiencing true risk and adventure so you don’t have to live in fear for the rest of your life.

2. Traveling helps you encounter compassion

In your youth, you will make choices that will define you. The disciplines you begin now will be with you for the rest of your life. Traveling will change you like little else can. It will put you in places that will force you to care for issues that are bigger than you.

Seaside, Amalfi Coast, Italy

If you go to Asia, you may encounter the slave trade. If eastern Europe, you may see the effects of genocide and religious persecution. If Haiti, you’ll witness the the ugly side Western paternalism.

Your heart will break. You will begin to understand that the world is both a big and small place. You will have a new-found respect for the pain and suffering that over half of the world takes for granted on a daily basis. And you will feel more connected to your fellow human beings in a deep and lasting way. You will learn to care.

3. Traveling allows you to get some culture

While you’re still young, you should get cultured. Get to know the world and the magnificent people that fill it. There’s nothing quite like sitting beside thousands of people from all over the globe to watch a sunset at Ibiza’s Café Del Mar..

I can describe Paris to you, but the feeling that the city gives to me is something you’d have to experience for yourself. You can read all the books in the world about the Great Wall of China, but being there is a different story.
The world is a stunning place, full amazing adventures. See it. Do this while you’re still young. Do not squander the time. You will never have it again.

You have a crucial opportunity to invest in the next season of your life now. Whatever you sow, you will eventually reap. Please. For your sake, do this. Because you won’t always be young. And life won’t always be just about you. So travel. Experience the world for all it’s worth. Become a person of culture, adventure, and compassion.

“What if I’m not young?”

Grand Canal – Venice, Italy

Travel, anyway. It may not be easy to do, but find a way to get out of your comfort zone. It’s really never too late.
But if you haven’t gotten sucked into the routine of life yet, I implore you to  TRAVEL. It will never be easier than it is right now for you to do that which really matters.

-Ryan Slate

CEO of Players Club Tours

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Costa Rican Cuisine

Costa Rican cuisine is simple but heavy on oil and some species. Comida tipica or native dishes, rely heavily on rice and beans, the basis of many Costa Rican meals. Home-style cooking predominates. But meals are generally wholesome and reasonably priced. Gallo Pinto, the national dish of fried rice and black beans is particularly served as a breakfast. Notable is the famed Rice n’ Beans of the Caribbean, a Gallo Pinto made in coconut milk, worth trying. Many meals are derivatives, including arroz con pollo or arroz con atun. At lunch Gallo Pinto becomes Casado : rice and beans supplemented with cabbage and tomato salad, fried platains, and meat. Vegetables do not form a large part of the diet. Costa Rica home cuisine has an inordinately ammount of fried foods so keep that in mind when you receive and invitation for dinner.

Food staples include beef, chicken, fish and despite of the 1.000+ kilometers of coastline, seafood like shrimp or lobster, is expensive because Costa Rica exports most of its seafood. Travelers with low budget should stick with the casado on lunch time menus, or ‘plato del dia’ which is a close cousin of the casado with a common denominator of low price and varied ingredients.

Eating in Costa Rica doesn’t present the health problems that plague the unwary traveler elsewhere in Central America, but you need to be aware that some of the pesticides used in Costa Rica are forbidden elsewhere. Something I should say is that you may eat where the locals eat, usually that means tasty and trustworthy food. Beware of black beans and chicharrones, which might prove to be too much for some foreign stomachs.

Costa Rica has no national drink, but very popular in the cultural tradition of drinks are Horchata, a cinnamon flavored cornmeal drink, Chan, a slimy drink made of seeds, Linaza, which is popularly used to cure indigestion, and Fresco de Frutas, which is basically a fruit salad floating on a base of kola and water, delicious!! And, of course, guaro, the campesino’s nearly-tasteless yet potent alcoholic drink of choice. And coffee of course, Costa Rica’s grain of gold. Most of the best coffee is exported, so don’t expect the best coffee everywhere you go. Coffee is traditionally served very strong and mixed with hot milk.

Many bars in Costa Rica have the now disappearing habit of serving bocas with each drink , bocas are different types of food in small amounts, usually ceviche or chicken wings or bean soup, to have a better time with your drinks. Some bars provide them free but others may apply a small charge. Turtle eggs which may have been taken in a special legal season are a very popular dish in many bars for its special taste, but are best avoided  because of the possibility of having been poached illegally.

Imported drinks may be expensive so you might be better of trying with the local Costa Rican drinks. The beer is a very popular drink and the ones of most sale are Bavaria and Imperial. Even the poorest campesino can afford the native red-eye, guaro, a harsh , clear spirit distilled from fermented sugarcane. In rural areas you might find Vino de Coyol, which is a wine distilled from liquid that is collected on holes on the trunk of a very spiny palm, drink with caution, intoxication goes away, but many say if you go out in the sun with a Coyol hangover, you might find yourself drunk again.

Avoid the local wines, all of which are made from fruits other than grapes, such as blackberries and ‘nance’. The most memorable thing of them is the hangover. Imported wines are expensive with exemption of the ones from Chile or Argentina which are of great quality. We personally like the Cousino Macul, imported from Portugal.

WELCOME TO MANUEL ANTONIO!

One of the most visited tourist destinations of all Costa Rica National Park and Reserve System.

The Manuel Antonio National Park is a small biological peninsula found within an area devoted to different productive activities, such as agriculture, cattle and high tourism development. It is one of the country’s most scenic and beautiful national parks. The mean annual temperature is 27°C, with a minimum temperature of 20°C.

Our park habitat consist of primary and secondary forest, the most characteristic species of flora in the primary forest are guácimo colorado (luehea seemannii), pilón (hieromyna alchomeoides), cedro maría (calophyllum longifolium), guapinol blanco (hymeneae courbaril), surá (terminalia oblonga), guapinol negro or stinkingtoe (cynometra hemitomophyla), lechoso (cow tree/brosimum utile), cenízaro (pithecelobium saman)and ceiba (silk cotton tree).

Of its most important fauna we find the raccoon, coatamundi, agouti, two-toed sloth, the white-faced and squirrel monkey.

You can also enjoy the beauty of beaches like Espadilla Sur, Puerto Escondido and Manuel Antonio.

Manuel Antonio offer the uniquely breathtaking fusion of scenic mountain beauty and an active lifestyle. From championship surf tournaments, hiking, rafting/kayaking, canopying, bird watching or sport fishing, Quepos and Manuel Antonio offers something for everyone.

 

My Destination: Ibiza

Ibiza is the 3rd biggest of the Spanish Balearic Islands. A favorite with the hippy community in the swinging sixties, Ibiza is famous today for its crazy nightlife, with dance clubs like Space, Privilege and Cream famous throughout the world. The island itself is more than just a club capital though it also has some magnificent scenery, unspoilt towns and villages of quaint houses, historical sites and white sandy beaches

The island capital of Ibiza Town (also called Eivissa), has a splendid old sector of myriad alleys and cobbled roads, which has only recently been designated a World Heritage Site. Top attractions of the old walled quarter, called Dalt Vila, include the cathedral of Nuestra Senora de las Nieves started in the early 13th century, and the recently renovated hilltop fort. The nightlife in Ibiza Town is found in the Sa Penya area. The original nightclub, Pacha, has been open for over 30 years, is situated in this area.

Further south of Ibiza Town is the holiday resort of Playa d en Bossa, which boasts the biggest Blue Flag beach on Ibiza Island. The popular night clubs, Space and Bora Bora, are both found there, as is the water park, Aguamar. Further south of Playa d en Bossa is one of the best natural sites, the salt lagoons of Ses Salines which provide an important sanctuary for flamingos and many other birds. The beaches in this region, many of which are favored by-nudists, are thought as some of the best on the island.

The resort town of Santa Eulalia is located a few minutes north of Ibiza Town. Popular with both young families and couples, this first class destination has kept its pretty old sector complete with the original 16th century church. A short drive from Santa Eulalia in a beautiful location alongside pine forests, is the town of Es Cana. This small resort is famous for the huge hippy street market, held here each Wednesday. Another holiday resort close to Santa Eulalia, also with a picturesque setting by a beautiful bay, is the peaceful town of Cala Llonga.

Many of the clubbing venues, including the Es Paradis and Eden, are found in the West End part of San Antonio town. As well as the wild nightlife, the town also has fine sandy beaches, a few of which are located in tiny sheltered coves. Ferries to other beaches can be taken from the marina. San Antonio also has loads of water sports to help keep the tourists busy during the daytime.

The north and west coast is home to some fantastic beaches and plenty of quiet coves. Resort towns in this region include Puerto San Miguel plus Portinatx, which both are a good base camp for touring some of the picturesque Ibiza villages. The north of Ibiza, noted for its forested landscape, is very popular with ramblers and bicyclists.

Ibiza airport is located just over 5 miles (nearly 8km) south of Ibiza Town. There are a regular buses between the airport and the town center in the day and there are good services to most resorts all over the island.