Nevada Implements New Player Verification for Online Poker

September 29, 2012

This is a guest post by Alan Bryan. It’s no surprise that Nevada is leading the wave in the legalization of online gambling. Player Verify has joined the long list of companies seeking an online gambling license in Nevada including Caesars Entertainment Corp and MGM Resorts International. Extending its licensing privileges can potentially open the […]

Understanding the Different Poker Tournament Types

August 17, 2012
Tournament Poker

This is a guest post by Harrison James. There is more than one type of poker tournament. Whether playing in an online poker room such as or in a gambling den or casino, if you want to get in on the real money tournament scene, you need to learn the different poker tournament types. […]

Are You Ready to Play in Online Poker Tournaments?

March 6, 2011

This is a guest post by Matt McGuire. There are lots of amateur poker player who dream of playing in a tournament. At least that is the smaller dream they have. The big dream is to play in the World Series of Poker, but for many that is nothing more than a pipe dream. However, […]

World Record Craps Roll

May 27, 2009

Did you hear about the rookie craps-throwing grandma who held the dice for 4 hours and 18 minutes this last weekend at the Borgata? According to this story it was 154 rolls without hitting a 7 (at the wrong time). Remember in craps there are times, when there is no point, that a 7 is […]

Gaming in Ancient Rome

December 1, 2003

Any RPGers out there? No that’s not just any beat up old gaming die, that’s a beat up old gaming die from ancient Rome. Christie’s is auctioning it off and expects to get $4-$6K for it. I hope the geek that buys it can abstain from actually using it in next Friday’s game. Link via […]