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  1. Labor ruling against Oregon poker clubs prompts reader questions, answersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    Readers of The Oregonian/OregonLive jumped in with a few questions concerning a story about Oregon poker clubs, which aren't allowed to hire dealers. In response, we provide more on the ruling by the state's labor agency and detailed allegations of the wage claim by the Beaverton woman at the center of the case.


  2. Don't Pass GoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Pasadena Weekly

    ... out Maggie and bought her patent after they cut the deal with Darrow. They promised Maggie they would market both games. They lied. Recent history continues the ironic tale. Anti-Monopoly is still available for anyone to buy and play. Parker ...


  3. Battle Lines Drawn Around the Legality of 'Killer Robots'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LiveScience

    This article was originally published on The Conversation . The publication contributed this article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights .


  4. Computer to take on world's best in Texas Hold 'emRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KBCI CBS 2

    Carnegie Mellon University researchers are going all in, pitting a computer program against some of the world's best professional poker players. Computer science professor Tuomas Sandholm and researchers Sam Ganzfried and Noam Brown are taking their poker-playing computer program, Claudico, to Rivers Casino on Friday.


  5. Mario Kart 8's 200CC Mode Changes EverythingRead the original story

    Friday | Kotaku

    ... makes Nintendo's creative shift here so brilliant. Nintendo has always shown a unique, masterful ability to create games that are fun on multiple levels-games like Smash Bros. that are simultaneously silly, chaotic party games and fiercely ...


  6. How I Beat the Champ at ScrabbleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New York Observer

    Sitting at my desk in SoHo one recent late afternoon, I just knew I was forgetting something. After a thorough inbox search, I figured out what it was: Alfred Butts's 116th birthday.


  7. St Andrews misses out on its own Monopoly board gameRead the original story

    Friday | Fife Now

    ... game, but was pipped in a public poll by Perth. The world-famous board game is 80 this year and, to celebrate, London games' chiefs had originally shortlisted 20 Scottish locations then narrowed these down to half a dozen, with the public invited to ...


  8. Deal Me In: A courtesy or something more ominousRead the original story

    Friday | RGT Online

    Dear Mark: In a recent column you addressed a reader named Danny, who only likes to play on hand-shuffled games. Include me on that list.


  9. Solitaire Is Coming Back on Windows 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PC Magazine

    The much-loved card game will once again be just a few clicks away when Microsoft's next OS launches this summer. The much-loved card game will once again be just a few clicks away when Microsoft's next OS launches this summer.


  10. Warsaw urges Mattel to recall game over 'Nazi Poland' termRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Yahoo!

    Poland on Friday said it has demanded that US toy producer Mattel recall the party game "Apples to Apples" for using the erroneous term "Nazi Poland," as Warsaw had never collaborated with Hitler. Poland was attacked and occupied by Nazi Germany during World War II and was among the hardest hit by the conflict, losing six million of its citizens between 1939 and 1945, including three million Jews in the Holocaust.


  11. 11 Apple Watch Games We Want to PlayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IGN

    The Apple Watch is here! The screen might be small, but that hasn't stopped enterprising game-makers from figuring out how to make video games for it. After all, if it has a screen and you can interact with it, it can be a game console.


  12. 'Poker Walk' will benefit local police department: Madisonville Town TalkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Times-Picayune

    Raising money for a good cause is always fun when you throw in a mixture of food, music, prizes and a friendly game of poker. On May 16, the Annual Poker Walk benefiting the Madisonville Police Department will take place from noon until 7 p.m., with an after-party being held at Riverside Bar.


  13. Shaggina on the Cooper is backRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Moultrie News

    Get ready for summer – Shaggin' on the Cooper is back! This popular live beach music and shag dance event series returns to the Mount Pleasant Pier on Saturday, April 25. Celebrate the arrival of warmer weather with some dancing at Shaggin' on the Cooper! Local bands perform live at the end of the Mount Pleasant Pier throughout the season , ... (more)


  14. Checkmate: Zamora Wins Chess TournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    Small but competitive chess tournament today! Congratulations to tournament winner Cameron Dean Zamora who will have his name engraved on the Frank Thibault Memorial Trophy! Each participant received a kite and had a piece of cake. Join us Tuesdays at 3PM for our regular chess club meetings, ages 10-17.


  15. 'Monopsony and Market Power in the Labor Market'Read the original story

    Friday | Economist's View

    Monopsony and market power in the labor market : We've all heard the term "monopoly," even if it's just in the context of the board game. But a related term, or even another face of monopoly, is monopsony.


  16. The town too posh for Monopoly: Board game makers planning special...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    ... can replace Old Kent Road, and bosses were sent to the city today to hunt a location down. Dan Taylor, Head of Custom Games at Winning Moves UK said: 'Over the years we have produced boards for perceived well-heeled places - such as Oxford, for ...


  17. Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The Eye in the Sky'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BuddyTV

    Booth risks relapsing into his gambling addiction to solve a case in Bones season 10 episode 15, "The Eye in the Sky" and plays in an underground poker game to find a killer. But even though he says he's strong enough to handle it, he is an addict and he places a bet with his old bookie in the end.


  18. Polish gov't protests Mattel game that refers to 'Nazi PolandRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fox News

    The Polish government has demanded that toy producer Mattel recall a party game and correct a card that refers to "Nazi Poland," officials said Friday. Poles find such language offensive because Poland was never allied with Germany and was in fact subjected to a brutal occupation by Nazi Germany throughout World War II.


  19. Goodbye, Productivity: Microsoft Is Bringing Back Solitaire for Windows 10Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Entrepreneur Magazine

    ... 10's new start menu -- another feature Microsoft had removed from Windows 8 much to loyalists' disdain -- the other games must be downloaded as add-ons from the Windows Store. The addition was discovered when Microsoft rolled out a preview of the ...


  20. Calliope Games Announces Titan Series Kickstarter CampaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PRWeb

    Campaign backers will not only receive a limited time savings, but will also work alongside Calliope Games to create the Titan Series line of games. Calliope Games announced today a campaign on Kickstarter, a global crowdfunding platform, for their Titan Series game project.