Here's the ultimate card & board game players' guide to Discord, how to use it, and how to stay safe.More
The Online Gamers’ List: 14 Sites to Get Your Game On
Here are 14 of the most popular websites to play your favourite tabletop and board games.More
Stuck in the house? Here’s The Big List Of Online Card, Board & Tabletop Games
Stuck at home over the holidays? Our gift to you! The Big List Of Online Card, Board & Tabletop Games - Have Fun!More
Interactive Video Game Fiction Is Making A Comeback
With so many of us spending so much time at home, interactive fiction is back. These games, which originated in the 1980s, are mostly text-based, with user input required for actions like Look, Open, or Get. If you’ve never played one, now's your chance!More
Many casinos, retailers and hotels are opting for biometrics systems as a way to increase security, provide reliable identification and spot cheats. But there’s also a strong argument against this technology. Here's more on that.More
Social Betting: The Evolution of the Bar Bet
So what is social betting? Here’s a look at some apps, how it works and what possible benefits it could have above the average bar bet.More
Whatever Happened to Gammonline?
We took a look at the history of Kit Woolsey's famous Gammonline, one of the largest (and arguably best) backgammon platforms out there and what happened to it.More
The story behind Windows Solitaire
Even if you don't consider yourself a regular card player, it's likely that you will have spent some time clicking your way through a game or two of Solitaire that comes bundled with a standard installation of Windows ever since 3.0. But have you ever wondered just why it was Solitaire and who came up with it? Great Bridge Links and Alex J. Coyne took a closer look at the origins of Windows Solitaire.More
Is Virtual Currency a Gamble?
Virtual currencies like Litecoin, Zcash, Etherium and Bitcoin have become an increasing appearance on the online gambling scene. We took a closer look at virtual currencies to find out what they are, how they work and what they’reMore
Coding with Card Games
if you’re a card player, you might already have more of an aptitude for computer programming than you think. Your affinity for bridge, hearts, poker, or whatever your game may be has likely already trained your brain to think computationally.More
ROUNDUP: Our Favourite (Non-Bridge) Card Game Apps
Young or old, we’re all glued to our phones these days. Most of us lament this situation fairly often, but take a moment to look at the bright side. Our technological sidekicks can be distracting, sure, but they can also serve as some good old-fashioned entertainment, or even as a self-improvement tool!More
13 Curious Card Apps
It turns out there's literally an app for everything. Check out some of the weirdest card apps we could find, from a Yu-Gi-Oh! card maker to something that requires a headset to read your brainwaves.More
Should I Ditch My Cards In Favour of a Mouse?
From poker and baccarat to blackjack, most would say there are some subtle nuances that exist in a real setting that just aren't there online. Indeed, as you gently riffle the cards in front of you and feel the rub of the plastic coating, you start to run through some of the difference between live and online betting in your favourite game, blackjack.More