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Get Mental: Top Brain Perks of Card Games

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Source: Jack Hamilton/Unsplash Are you a card shark? After reading this article, you may want to become an ace at rummy and poker. Many card games can help keep a person mentally sharp, including boosting memory, enhancing confidence, and even improving business and professional skills. Beyond the pure enjoyment of card games as a hobby or social experience, jump into an activity that can hone intellectual power. All Slots discusses the unique mental-building benefits of playing cards. Cut the [Read more ...]

Bitcoin at $1 Billion Lights Way for Casinos

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Source: Getty Images Bitcoin recently reached its $1 billion milestone in cumulative transaction fees. This goalpost fell on the eleventh anniversary of the breakthrough cryptocurrency. Since it was officially launched in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamotoa, more than 200,000 Bitcoin have now been paid in transaction fees. Online casinos have also leveraged the benefits of Bitcoin for many years. Bitcoin gambling has gained momentum since 2012 and shows no signs of stopping. Read more from All Slots on [Read more ...]

Millennials and the Future of Gambling

A group of millennials laughing and posing for the camera

Source: Getty Images Millennials comprise roughly 31.5 percent of the world’s population. Born between 1981 and 1996, this generation, also known as Generation Y, is the first exposed mostly to living in the Information Age. This demographic is also known for another unique trait: the possibility of ending the concept of the 9-to-5 job. Within the next three years, 60% of Millennials can be expected to leave their companies, costing certain industries significant money to replace the [Read more ...]

The Top Five Rugby Union Players

Jonah Lomu signing copies of his autobiogrpahy.

Source: Wikimedia Before rugby union turned professional in the 1990s, several players could have claimed to be among the best ever. Many think that the Welshman, Gareth Edwards, was the best scrum-half the game has ever seen, for example. There again, few instinctive counter attackers could match the prowess of one of the best full-backs of all time, Frenchman Serge Blanco. It is a bit like arguing over your favourite slot because it is all a matter of opinion. In fact, it is hard to compare [Read more ...]

How to Call Out a Friend For Sexism

Anti-sexism protestors in London.

Source: Wikimedia Over the past few decades, there has been plenty of progress in the fight against sexual discrimination. And yet, low levels of sexism persist in all areas of society and – in some cases – it is still unfortunately rife. Some men, for example, demean women’s sport, think that females are not as skilled at gambling despite evidence to the contrary and that the gender pay gap is a result of lower quality work, on average, than from institutional issues. Sure, sexism is [Read more ...]

Why Do We Yawn?

Because babies yawn, we know that it isn't a learned behaviour, but an innate one.

Source: Wikimedia A yawn is a deep breath that is taken within a normal breathing cycle, usually with the mouth wide open, presumably to maximise the body’s capacity to feed the lungs with greater levels of oxygen. If you have been spending hours gambling online or playing video games, then yawning is probably a sign that you ought to take a break and do something else for a bit. That said, yawning does not only occur after we have been relatively sedentary for a period of time. We can [Read more ...]

France Aims Its Tax Laws At Big Technology Companies

French Finance Minister, Bruno Le Maire.

Source: Wikimedia Since the dawn of the internet, it has been used for commerce. While many operators pay their taxes locally for transactions that have been made on the web, the policing of those who do not has been hard for tax authorities the world over. This is especially the case when cross-border transactions are made and supply from one country to another may involve the actual transaction going on in cyberspace, potentially on servers outside of normal jurisdictions. For the tax [Read more ...]

2019 NHL Entry Draft Favourites

The New York Rangers.

Source: Wikimedia The 57th edition of the NHL Entry Draft will take place at the Rogers Arena in British Columbia on 22nd June, a much-anticipated event among fans of the sport. The draft allows the top teams to access some of the best new players around, both from North America and Europe. Usually, domestic players must be between 18 and 20 years of age by the cut-off date while those from European countries can be up to 21 years old in order to be eligible. The 2019 entry rules will allow [Read more ...]

Ruby, The Casino Queen, Invites You To Her World

Ruby Casino Queen

Source: Microgaming Sometimes today’s slots get a little too inventive. They want to be sleek, introduce new themes and locales. Some are even fantasy-themed and take you outside of the universe in which we live. It’s arguable that they’ve gone far, way beyond their casino origins. And even if you enjoy them from time to time, you might also find yourself craving a return to old casino luxury and decadence. If that sounds like you, you’re in luck. Ruby – Casino [Read more ...]

European Blackjack Brings New Life To Table Games

European Blackjack

Source: Microgaming If you’ve ever played the slots online, you know how important a streamlined, attractive gaming experience is to your play. Luckily for you, there’s Switch Studios and their new European Blackjack game, out on May 15, 2019. Your gaming experience will never be the same after you get a taste of European Blackjack. The game can be played in both landscape and portrait modes, perfect for mobile users who want a flexible play experience. The Desktop version is [Read more ...]