Posted on May 19, 2016 // Written by Marilyn

Gambling is a pastime that is as old as the hills. Part of the appeal of gambling is that it activates pleasure centers in the brain when you win. Pleasure centers can be activated by many things, such as positive interaction with family, a delicious meal, laughter, and intimacy. However, the kind o [Read More]

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The man at the centre of the proposed tie-up may be Irish, but he is far from the stereotype of a bookie. Breon Corcoran, the 44-year-old maths graduate at the helm of Betfair, is credited with turning around the betting exchange and repelling a private equity raid by CVC. [Read More]

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FOR the boss of what is soon to become Britain’s most powerful bookmaker, Breon Corcoran doesn’t seem too interested in sport. “I’m not even an amateur athlete,” laughs the Betfair chief executive. “First and foremost, for me, this is a data-rich business.” [Read More]

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Posted on April 20, 2016 // Written by Marilyn

PUNTERS’ chances of winning on the Irish National Lottery vary hugely depending on which of the main nine types of game they play. [Read More]

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Posted on April 20, 2016 // Written by Marilyn

My friend Jeannette was chatting to me the other day, and she knows I like to gamble a little bit online when I have a free moment. Neither of us is rich, so we can’t afford to be adopting the attitude of playing until you win. But she did ask me about online casinos and which ones I play on and h [Read More]

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Posted on February 17, 2016 // Written by Marilyn

You might always be looking for new areas to apply years of gambling knowledge – you might be seeking your next punt on the latest online game, but chances are you can actually benefit from selecting respected and reliable casinos, whose well-trusted games can be both highly lucrative and legitima [Read More]

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Posted on February 5, 2016 // Written by Marilyn

Playing games online used to be the past time of the geek and the nerd. Oh, also the teenager that didn’t want to emerge from his or her room to do anything active. By active we mean talking to other people, helping with the dishes, going to school, eating dinner with the family and maybe taking t [Read More]

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