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Games versus Worlds: How Some Massively Multiplayer Games Differ from Others

At first glance, this may seem like a strange topic. After all, MMGs are all games, right? Well, yes and no.

Many MMGs are designed as purely games for gaming's sake. [more…]

Understanding Storytelling that Goes with Vampire: The Requiem

The act of getting together with a group of friends to play Vampire: The Requiem, where you tell tales about vampires, is called Storytelling. Storytelling is an interactive form of entertainment over [more…]

Great Gifts for the Game Player You Adore

What can I get her? What does she need?" Ah, there it is — the questions that ring loudly from house after house during the holiday season each year. You know that your gamer plays [more…]

Ten Things to Remember When You Play Your First MMG

Everyone has to start somewhere. Keep these simple hints in mind for your own gameplay! [more…]

Being Kind to Your Bridge Partner

Most bridge players value a reliable, happy partner above anything else. It's important to the success of your partnership that you work together as a team. You both want to win, so you can't gain anything [more…]

Objectives of the Dungeons & Dragons Game

D&D is a cooperative game, not a competitive one. In other words, you don't compete against the other players and you don't win by beating them. Instead, there are a lot of different ways to [more…]

Playing in Novice Bridge Tournaments

After you gain some confidence with your play, you may consider the next big step: playing in a novice tournament. You can find these novice tournaments staged at your local bridge club. [more…]

Reviewing Played Games

The Played Games page, shown in Figure 1, tracks the saves, downloads, and achievements you've made. [more…]

Playing Eights: Simple Is as Simple Does

What could be simpler than Eights? Until you add a few complexities, Eights is not a challenging game.

To play Eights, you require the following: [more…]

How to Calibrate Lag in Guitar Hero

One of the more important and overlooked options in Guitar Hero is the audio/video delay time calibration feature. In Guitar Hero terminology, this feature is known as [more…]

Basics of Working Crosswords for Seniors

Whether you're a senior or not, solving crossword puzzles is more satisfying if you know key tips and strategies. Attain "senior-level" expertise with crossword puzzles by using these techniques. You'll [more…]

Using Crosswords to Stimulate Your Senior Brain

For seniors, solving crossword puzzles can fortify memory and ability to focus, according to studies. Besides stimulating your senior brain, crosswords and other word puzzles can boost your vocabulary [more…]

Crosswords For Seniors For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Discover how solving crossword puzzles can benefit your senior brain by strengthening memory, mind function, and more. Next, dive into crossword-puzzle tips for seniors that can enhance your efficiency [more…]

Casino Gambling Games to Avoid at All Costs

If you’re gambling in a casino, you know that the odds always favor the house. But some casino games have higher odds for the house than others, including the ones in the following list. Don't gamble on [more…]

How to Manage Your Money at a Gambling Casino

Successful casino gamblers understand the math and odds behind the games, but discipline with money is also critical. Managing your money at a casino requires self-control. Use these tips to keep yourself [more…]

Casino Gambling Games with Decent Odds

For gamblers, four casino games offer decent odds. That is, if you made a hundred $1 bets at these recommended casino games, your average loss would only be about a buck. These odds aren’t good enough [more…]

Bets to Avoid in Otherwise Safe Casino Gambling Games

Some casino games are safer to gamble on than others, but even these have versions or bets that'll drain wallets. Avoid these casino game versions or bets at all costs: [more…]

Casino Gambling For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Casino gambling can be fun, exciting, and a little nerve-wracking. Knowing which casino games have good odds in your favor (gamble on these!) and which ones to avoid will help you to keep your cool — and [more…]

Types of Horse Racing Wagers (and Your Chances of Winning)

When it comes to betting on horse races, before you even place a bet on a horse you need to decide what type of bet to place. As the bets you can make range from a simple bet on a single horse in one race [more…]

How to Place a Wager on a Horse Race

Betting on horse racing isn’t a complicated procedure. Most often, you place your bet, take your ticket, and tear it up when your bet doesn’t pay off. However, if you’re lucky — or skilled — you get to [more…]

Betting Tools You Need at the Horse Races

Along with your sunscreen (or umbrella!), a few items come in very handy when you’re at the racetrack betting on horses. You may want binoculars to see your favorite pass the finish line, but the tools [more…]

Odds with $2 Minimum Payoff for Horse Racing

You’re betting on horse races and want to know how much your winning bet will give you. To compute your $2 win price, take the odds of your horse and multiply the first number by 2, divide that by the [more…]

How to Make a Show Parlay Bet on Horse Races

Are you with a group of friends betting on horses at the racetrack? A fun way to bet on horse races that gets everyone in your party involved is a group show parlay. It works like this: Have each person [more…]

Helpful Facts for Betting on Horse Racing

When you’re at the track betting on horse races, you’re looking to put yourself in the best position for winning, right? Of course you are, and the facts and stats in the following list can help you better [more…]

Betting on Horse Racing For Dummies Cheat Sheet

People have been betting on horse races since horses have been running. Betting on the outcome of formal horse races can be fun and profitable if you know what you’re doing and can beat the odds. [more…]


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