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Some sporting earthquakes to rival Brazil

Some sporting earthquakes to rival Brazil

Even if you have absolutely zero interest in the beautiful game, it cannot have escaped your attention that the most momentous event in the history of football happened the other night in Brazil. You don’t need reminding of this, but [read more]

How bookies are the big winners at the World Cup

How bookies are the big winners at the World Cup

Tournaments around the football world are notoriously hard to predict, meaning that usually the bookies are the biggest winners. Looking at the World Cup, there were plenty of markets that were tipped to be pretty much nailed on winners [read more]

Bingo… a different kind of game, and one that’s great for everyone

Bingo… a different kind of game, and one that’s great for everyone

Well, although we wouldn’t recommend gambling as a way to escape either debt or work, there’s a lot of fun to be had with bingo, and you don’t have to move away from a frugal way of living in order to enjoy it. Unlike poker or other [read more]

World Cup betting offers chance to win

World Cup betting offers chance to win

There’s a strong case claim that beating the bookmakers during the World Cup is as tough as winning the famous trophy itself. Not only is the tournament full of the sort of shocks and surprises that make betting on it so tricky, but [read more]

The place of darts in British culture

The place of darts in British culture

Why is the game of darts such a big thing in the UK? It’s also big in The Netherlands and a few other countries, including the USA. Australia also takes darts pretty seriously – but generally, the UK dominates and plays home to the [read more]

Stella Artois Wimbledon party with Dane DeHaan, Alice Eve and Martion Bartoli

Stella Artois Wimbledon party with Dane DeHaan, Alice Eve and Martion Bartoli

On Saturday 21st June Stella Artois hosted an exclusive launch party to celebrate their new partnership with Wimbledon as the Official Beer of The Championships held at Cannizaro House. Hollywood celebrities and tennis stars including Dane [read more]

Bingo for charity to help Starlight children

Bingo for charity to help Starlight children

There are many good causes to support in order to help out others the best way we can. Amongst the many foundations which help those who are worse off than the rest of us there is the Starlight Children’s Foundation based in the UK. [read more]

Carl Froch vs George Groves: the makings of a classic

Carl Froch vs George Groves: the makings of a classic

Carl Froch vs George Groves does have the makings of a classic. If they can draw inspiration from any of the other fights witnessed this year then it could be one of the best boxing matches in British history. Both will be looking to [read more]

Girls just wanna have fun – it’s summer

Girls just wanna have fun – it’s summer

As Cindi Lauper once pointed out in her iconic pop record, girls just wanna have fun! And this is never truer than in summer. As the warmest months of the year approach, now is a good time to start thinking about all the fun you can have [read more]

Picking casino games according to your mood

Picking casino games according to your mood

With such a vast selection of online games available today, you can never justifiably claim to be bored and have nothing to do. There is a game out there for everyone, whatever kind of mood you’re in. Some people play games to relax, [read more]

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