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A Brief History Since their commercial debut in the 1970s, video games have always toyed around the tagline of “fun for all ages” concept, but, the vast majority of PC/ Smartphone games seem largely dominated by younger millennials. The fact is the premise of almost every modern games are heavily focused around the idea of making action-filled strategies, and not to forget the overstretched amount of duration required to finish a single game. Also, one of the key elements of modern smartphone games includes bleeding-edge graphics along with the requirement to move around the in-game map for the majority of…

A Brief History On November 20, 1518, Sir Marmaduke Constable, a Tudor Era English courtier and soldier, died in a most unusual way.  One may even say, in an idiotic way.  This gentleman died when he drank a glass of water and swallowed the frog that was in the water!  We previously told you about “10 More Idiotic Ways to Die,” which itself was a sequel to our other articles, “10 Horrible Ways to Die,” “10 People Who Were the First to Die 10 Different Ways,” and “9 Innovative Ways to Die,” and today we continue to explore the many…

A Brief History In the early 21st century, Internet gambling grew rapidly in popularity worldwide Global Internet gambling reaching US $34 billion in 2011.   Playing in a brick and mortar casino may be fun for those who like to fully indulge in the undertones of slot machines, but they also tend to limit your options. Forget that trip to Las Vegas and get your laptop handy because online gambling is all the rage right now.  Other than saving you the cash you’d spend on your trip to the casino, the overall costs of placing bets and buying chips is a lot…

A Brief History On November 13, 2019, we celebrate “Lucky 13” by telling the history of the card game, Poker, a game that enjoys widespread popularity and comes in so many forms it would be difficult to explain all the different games.  In 1937, R. F. Foster wrote: “the game of poker, as first played in the United States, five cards to each player from a twenty-card pack, is undoubtedly the Persian game of As-Nas.”  Ah, but more recent historians, including David Parlett, that study the origins of poker have concluded that Mr. Foster was wrong!  They claim poker evolved…

A Brief History In 2016, Statista predicted that the online gambling market would reach $45.86 billion, growing to $56.05 billion by 2018.  Today, you can play several online games on different places such as smartphone gambler casino among other sites. These websites have become very popular because they allow people to play different games on their phones; however, one of the most important questions than many people ask is whether they can make money playing their favorite casino game online. Playing casino games can be a prudent way of spending your extra time, and making some cash. Here are some…

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