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Gambling might be risky, but not if you know you’re going to win. Then it’s just free money. If that sounds up your alley, conman extraordinaire Richard Wiseman has yet another set of “bets” for you to try out on your friends. The ones that won’t assault when they get wise to what you’re up to anyway.
Anyone who has ever walked into a casino has felt the lure of the slot machine. The bright lights, inviting little stools, and the promise of hitting the elusive jackpot are ever-present. It’s hard to avoid, no matter what logic tells you about the terrible odds. This Cool Hunting video shows just how involved the development of those enticing machines can be.
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Maybe you know a little about Blackjack, like doubling on 11 or splitting 8′s. Maybe you know nothing. But definitely you can know more. With this iOS app, Blackjack Domination, you can learn about all the odds, discover strategies, figure out how to count cards and beat the house.