I've decided that Justin Rogers is a .NET rock star. His blog posts are math-intensive, but he gets the fact that not all developers interested in math and physics are already proficient at a PhD level. He explains things so well and demonstrates the points with code. Highlights for me were the first "physics installment" (covering collisions) and first "math installment" (on image layouts)... but the poker series is what first got me turned on to his blog.
I had originally started bookmarking the poker entries under a .NET->Poker folder... but when the math/physics started coming, I just renamed the Poker folder to "Justin Rogers" - making him the first blogger to qualify as a category of his own in my bookmarks.
Thanks, Justin, for the time you spend on those articles.