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  1. Daily Edhat - 08/02/15Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Edhat

    Do You Sudoku? - You can now play the Daily Sudoku on Edhat. How fast can you fill in the blanks? Whew, it's been a relatively hot week here in our little blue town by the big blue sea.


  2. Salt Lake Gaming Con kicks off inaugural eventRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... of Catan," at the first-ever Salt Lake Gaming Con. The convention will host tournaments and play areas for video games and more than 500 table-top games - a catch-all term for board games, card games and role-playing games. The table-top games are ...


  3. Houston's 10 Best IcehousesRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Houston Press

    ... 50 cents, but if you knock the ball off the table, you are required to put a dollar into the jukebox. A corner full of games resembling video-poker machines out of Las Vegas sits with a warning sign advising "for amusement only"; the large backyard ...


  4. Trivia game links Adam Goodes to film 'Planet of the Apes'Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    ... game against the Adelaide Crows, after he announced he will take a break from AFL following continual booing at games. Hundreds of fans brandished banners in support of the two time Brownlow Medallist as his teammates ran onto the field through a ...


  5. Tobey Maguire's Portrayal of Chess Champion Bobby Fisher In New...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Celebrity Dirty Laundry

    When Tobey Maguire signed on to play the lead in the highly anticipated new film "Pawn Sacrifice," he thought playing the part of chess genius and World Chess Champion Bobby Fischer would be huge move for his career - but it is quickly morphing in to a total disaster. According to a new report, Tobey's portrayal of Bobby Fischer was a total miss, and the actor was impossible to work with on set.


  6. All bets off in secret pokies dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Mercury

    IN 2003 the then Labor state government handed the Federal Group a licence to print money in an exclusive deal to operate poker machines in Tasmania. Rather than being decided by an open tender process to ensure the best return to the people of Tasmania, the biggest public licence going was gifted to a private company following secret negotiations.


  7. Lifeboat crew complete raft bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Noah Clark, Fiona Ryer, the Mayor of Poole Ann Stribley and volunteer coxswain John Clark were the first to take on the challenge An RNLI lifeboat crew and fundraisers have completed a bid to live on a six-man life raft for 48 hours to raise money for the charity. The RNLI said a game of Scrabble had been played, cream teas consumed and a birthday celebrated during the task.


  8. Art and Antiques: Art inspired by children's toysRead the original story

    Yesterday | The News Item

    Last year, soap bubbles, little green army men and the Rubik's cube were inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame at the Strong Museum located in Rochester, N.Y. The Strong Museum has one of the largest collection of toys, board games, dolls, video and electronic games worldwide. To date, 56 toys have been inducted into the National Toy Hall of Fame, which was established in 1998.


  9. New Game: Uno & FriendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MobyGames

    Uno & Friends is an electronic adaptation of the Uno card game. It is a follow-up to the earlier 2009 Gameloft title Uno and also replaced GameHouse's Uno Boost on Facebook for the browser version.


  10. The Bellante case: Bizarre fixation led to cannibal chess slayingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    MACABRE AND BIZARRE: The house in the leafy suburb of Castleknock where O'Gorman was killed and his body mutilated We may never know what opinion the jury foreman was forbidden from expressing at the conclusion of the murder trial of Saverio Bellante. But it would be understandable if he felt inclined to deliver some editorial after being politely asked to make a choice that was not really a choice.


  11. When BVR cards replace national IDsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IPPMEDIA

    When one sees the long queues of people struggling to get electronically registered at various BVR centres it may create an impression that Tanzanians are eager to vote in the upcoming general elections but the survey conducted by The Guardian on Sunday paints a different picture. Some of the would be voters found at various BVR centres in Dar es Salaam this week and interviewed by this newspaper said their intention was just to get hold of the voter cards to facilitate them access to basic services.


  12. "Three Moves Ahead" : The 13 Best Lines From From Last Night's 'Power'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vibe

    Kanon and Lobos are both in town to collect from Ghost. Lobos wants his money and K wants his old territory and Ghost's head on a platter.


  13. Don't gamble with your futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 |

    I placed a few bets on a drunken night out at the dogs in Sheffield in the UK. I don't think I won anything.


  14. A Great HandRead the original story

    Jun 29, 2015 | Ocracoke Journal

    I play poker every Friday night. It is just a guys' night out, and the stakes are low , but it is great fun.


  15. The IRS and baccaratRead the original story

    Yesterday | RGT Online

    QUESTION: Years back, I traded on stocks and options on Wall Street, and became aware of the cat-and-mouse games played between the IRS and lawyers for the large firms on the street. Each time a restrictive covenant pushed through in favor of the IRS, hordes of legal maneuvering took place in search of loopholes.


  16. Boy preps deck for Pokemon worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Denton Record-Chronicle

    Kayden Shivers, 11, of Denton poses with some of his awards from Pokemon Trading Card Game tournaments. He recently placed among the top 100 players in the world.


  17. Scrabble Spells F-U-N at the Spring Valley LibraryRead the original story

    Yesterday | San Diego NewsCape

    Mireles and Stacy are two of the members of the Scrabble Club that meets at the Spring Valley branch of the San Diego County Library every Tuesday afternoon. It's a casual game with friendly jabs and gentle reminders of the rules, but mostly about socializing and having fun for these Scrabble diehards.


  18. New anticoagulant drugs provide stroke prevention with dose of dangerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Newer, more costly drugs are being used to prevent strokes in patients with atrial fibrillation. Their use is expanding despite deadly side effects.


  19. Daniel Jacobs vs. Sergio Mora: Winner, Recap and ReactionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BleacherReport

    WBA middleweight champion Daniel "Miracle Man" Jacobs defeated Sergio "The Latin Snake" Mora via second-round TKO because the challenger couldn't continue due to an injured ankle. PBC tweeted the result: Jacobs was applying pressure with Mora up against the ropes and dropped him with a right hand.


  20. Ask Rufus: A Rabbit on a Blue MoonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Commercial Dispatch

    The blue moon is seen early Friday morning over the West Point Walkway. The term "blue moon" refers to the uncommon event of two full moons within one month and not its color.