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Cleopatra for iPhone and iPod touch Review

Posted by Brandon Gribin Categories: Games, New Apps, Reviews, $1.99

Cleopatra iPhone iPod touch reviewAs I see it, there are three types of slots players:

  • People who sit for hours on end at a single machine
  • People who pull on a machine once, hoping for a lucky spin, as they stroll by
  • People who refuse to touch a machine (they just don’t know they’re slot players yet)

Cleopatra is the perfect and game for the first type of slots player. And possibly a fun diversion for the other two types of players.

IGT, International Game Technology - a slot machine manufacturer, recently released Cleopatra on the iPhone and iPod touch. The app is a portable version of the video slot game that’s in casinos all over the world. The iPhone and iPod touch version is a solid rendition and should be up your alley if you’re looking for a slots game.


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Lucky Gambling Days 2009

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Entertainment, Finance, $0.99

Lucky Gambling DaysUse this app to find out your best days to earn some extra cash. Enter your birthday on Lucky Gambling Days 2009 and choose between Western or Chinese Astrology. It will then come up with the best days to buy that lottery ticket or run to the nearest casino. The application gives lucky colors, hours, gambling tips and an Instant Luck Game. LGD is available at the App Store for $.99, a small price to pay to become a millionaire.

Read More | iPhone Application List

Teenager Steals to Play Online Casinos

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Internet, Misc. Tech

Online CasinoA 16 year-old private school student wanted to play online casino games, so he opened an account under an adult’s name. According to police records, the Japanese boy bought an ID and password of a Web bank account for ¥17,000 from a housewife after soliciting on an Internet bulletin board. In July, the student had registered to play with his mom’s credit card but ended up with about ¥1.3 million in debts. What’s scary here is not only did he manage to amass the debt, but that he could steal both his mom’s ID and acquire a Web bank account as a minor.

Read More | Mainichi Daily News

Make a Video, Win a Lotta Loot

For major game Players over 18, here is your chance to win a cool $10,000.00 credit from PlayersOnly and an evening with Playboy model Carrie Stroup. Check out this YouTube promo clip and your competitors on the site. Then shoot a 30 to 60 second video proving why you are (or are not) a player. Join the UnleashThePlayer Group and add your video, then send them an e-mail to with your name, phone number and address and title. The deadline is March 15. So far the odds are in your favor as we noticed that there are only 5 members in the group. Happy shooting!

(Thanks, Larry)

 

Read More | Players Only

Roulette Watch - Gamble on the Fly

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Misc. Tech

Roulette WatchRoulette Pouch

Take your gambling fetish everywhere you go with the Swiss designed Roulette Watch. Push a side button and the wheel spins. Made of stainless steel with either silver or gold finish with a leather strap, it is water resistant and comes with a two year guarantee. We don’t want to forget its special pouch with its integrated table and rules in case co-workers or friends want to make a few bets on the side. The timepiece is available for $150.00.

 

Read More | Roulette Watch Product Page

Roulette Computer Inventor Claims Up To 100% Advantage Over Casino

roulette computerInventor Mark Howe, who has been banned from casinos since the 1990’s, claims that his roulette computer can give you an advantage of 20% to 100% over a casino. The result is that the house’s normal 2.7% edge will be overturned. Because the UK gambling industry will be deregulated next year, amatuer and professional gamblers alike are scrambling to jump on the roulette bandwagon by purchasing such devices.

The UK based newspaper Guardian Unlimited reported that, “Keith Tayler, an ex-croupier and gaming inspector, says regulators are unwilling to ban predicting devices because it would amount to an admission that wheels can be biased.”

The gadget itself consists of a clicker that records deceleration speed of the wheel’s rotor and ball. You are then instructed by earphone which zone the ball will land in. In 2004, a group using this device actually won £1.3m at the Ritz Casino in London. At a price of US$5,000, the basic package includes the computer (inside a Nokia cell phone), an electronically shielded data input cable and button or switch, a DVD with footage of a wheel for practice, and an instruction manual.  Let the games begin.

Read More | Roulette Computer Product Page via The Guardian


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