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  1. 5 Stones Roll Out from Griddly GamesRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Leap

    Richmond, BC - Griddly Games has given a modern day make-over to a game that originates from Ancient Asia over 4,000 years ago. The new 5 Stones game is now available from Griddly Games.


  2. By the Rules by Gary BiglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salisbury Journal

    By the Rules showcases the work of Carole Pearson and Guy Bigland, both selected from their final year MFA exhibitions at Bath Spa University for the way they use systems to generate their work. It was during this time that he developed this system of rules to govern his painting methods.


  3. Back to Back WinsRead the original story

    Yesterday | RGT Online

    Back-top-back results of the duplicate kind happen in any games, but some are so commonplace they're instantly forgotten, while some make your heart skip a beat even as you're reaching for the phone to text the news or even take a picture. You'll see back-to-back 7s in craps an average of 1 in 36 trials - two or three times in an average hour.


  4. Free Will AstrologyRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Voice

    ARIES : Lately your life reminds me of the action film Speed , starring Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves. In that story, a criminal has rigged a passenger bus to explode if its speed drops below 50 miles per hour.


  5. Other chairman baffled how Elton always knew what was going onRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Watford Observer

    ... often visit Graham at his home and eat with the manager's wife Rita and their two girls. He would also play board-games and the two would be very competitive and there was the odd occasion when the one who lost, tipped the board over in anger. ...


  6. Sr. Game Designer (Builder - SP) - Infinity Ward: ActivisionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Gamasutra

    ... your ideas. As a designer you're expected to be in front of the studio to sell your ideas. Serious passion for games. Whether you enjoy an FPS or a board game you should be able to break down and articulate their strengths and weaknesses. Founded in ...


  7. New AI Tackles 49 Atari 2600 Games With No InstructionsRead the original story

    Yesterday | IGN

    Researchers have developed a new kind of artificial intelligence that has demonstrated an ability to successfully teach itself how to play a large number of classic Atari 2600 games, according to a study published in the journal Nature . By receiving only the pixels on screen and the game score as input the AI was able to "surpass the performance of all previous algorithms and achieve a level comparable to that of a professional human games tester across a set of 49 games."


  8. It's Your TurnRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Herald Gazette

    The Tenants Harbor Library hosts "It's Your Turn," a time to play familiar or new games, including cribbage, backgammon or gin rummy. Ben Vail, director of parks and recreation, will be on hand Jan. 29, Feb. 5, and Feb. 12 to give lessons and offer a refresher of the rules.


  9. House votes to allow inland moves for riverboat casinosRead the original story

    Yesterday | Indianapolis Business News

    A proposal to ease Indiana's gambling laws by permitting riverboat casinos to move onto land and allowing live dealers for table games at the two horse track casinos won approval by a wide margin Wednesday in the Indiana House.


  10. Brookfield's Miglets learns from setbacksRead the original story

    Yesterday | Tribune-Chronicle

    Brookfield wrestler Gavin Miglets owns a 25-12 record this season, but in the eyes of Warriors coach Brad Harnett, Miglets hasn't lost yet this year. Miglets, a junior, missed most of his freshman year with injuries, and he came back last season with low expectations.


  11. Soboba Casino unveils new gaming area of casinoRead the original story

    Yesterday | RGT Online

    ... sure to make locals and visitors from all over feel right at home. The Nook will open with a variety of great slot games, including classics such as Mr. Cashman, and current hits like Quick Hits Platinum progressive slots. It will also feature new ...


  12. Gambling Deal 'Enormous, Gargantuan Lift' This SessionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sunshine State News

    A high-stakes deal with the Seminole Tribe set to expire this summer has lawmakers, pari-mutuel operators and out-of-state casinos wrangling over who gets what as the Legislature is once again poised to consider thorny gambling issues during the session that begins Tuesday. A lucrative portion of an agreement inked by the state and the tribe five years ago -- and $116 million a year that goes with it -- giving the Seminoles exclusive rights to offer banked card games such as blackjack will expire in mid-July.


  13. 'Compounded' Board Game Not Your Typical LaboratoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Dice Hate Me Games have taken some of the piece-it-together dynamics of 2012 Mensa Select Seal winner Pastiche and dialed them up a notch. Whereas Pastiche's academic pursuit was in the field of art, Compounded takes a very different tack thematically, namely chemistry .


  14. MomentumCOURAGE Outside the Comfort ZoneRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    Take this guy: His wife works at McDonald's, pulling down $180 a week on $7.50 an hour, and he makes a solid $15 an hour and brings home $600 a week before taxes. That $2,960 is enough to let them borrow plenty - on a home mortgage, on an F-150, a boat trailer and a snappy-looking outboard, for a family vacation with her parents, for athletic gear and special training for the older two kids.


  15. Resorts casino cleared for online gamblingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WKXW-FM Trenton

    The casino received permission from the state Division of Gaming Enforcement to conduct full Internet gambling following the conclusion of a five-day test period in which state inspectors verified that the casino's equipment and systems are working properly. Resorts will now begin several weeks of beta testing, during which customers can win and lose real money on the site, .


  16. Rise of the Machines: video gamers bewareRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

    Researchers unveiled a software system Wednesday which had taught itself to play 49 different video games and proceeded to defeat human professionals -- a major step in the fast-developing Artificial Intelligence realm. Not only did the system give flesh-and-blood gamers a run for their money, it discovered tricks its own programmers didn't even know existed, a team from Google-owned research company DeepMind reported in the scientific journal Nature.


  17. Oklahoma City Thunder: Mitch McGary is all hustle and heartRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    ... basketball life. But nagging injuries to his back, left foot and shins became setbacks that caused him to miss 40 games this season and delayed Thunder fans from receiving the full Mitch McGary experience. But his time finally has come, and he's ...


  18. Bail revoked for pair accused of defrauding $100 million from banks, lendersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Two alleged fraudsters accused of defrauding $100 million from banks and other lenders are in custody after a magistrate revoked their bail over concerns they would offend while charged. Professional poker player Bill Jordanou and co-accused Robert Zaia are alleged to have defrauded the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and other Mr Jordanou and Mr Zaia were on bail since they were charged last year, but police this week applied in Melbourne Magistrates Court for that right to be revoked because of allegations they defrauded lenders last year to obtain money for a boat, a Jeep and a land development.


  19. Is playing 'Space Invaders' a key to artificial intelligence?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TwinCities

    Computers have beaten humans at chess and "Jeopardy!," and now they can master old Atari games such as "Space Invaders" or "Breakout" without knowing anything about their rules or strategies. Playing Atari 2600 games from the 1980s might seem a bit "Back to the Future," but researchers with Google's DeepMind project say they have taken a small but crucial step toward a general learning machine that can mimic the way human brains learn from new experience.


  20. Zac's Legacy Foundation Invites Card Players for Annual Texas Hold'em TournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KUAD-FM Windsor

    Do you love to play poker? Are you the type who has that 'poker face' when it comes to Texas Hold'em? Zac's Legacy Foundation in Greeley wants you to show your hand. Make plans for Saturday, March 7 for the annual Zac's Legacy Foundation Texas Hold'em' poker tournament.