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A Brief History of Bingo

May 22nd, 2013

Many people get a big kick out of Bingo - a game characterized by numerical squares, crackling ball dispensers and the concluding, triumphant cry of "Bingo!!!"  HowStuffWorks.com states that legal bingo is present in almost every state in the U.S., plus more than 100 Native American reservations. But how did Bingo get started? Who invented it, and did they expect it to...

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Tips on Improving Your Bowling Game

May 22nd, 2013

One of the great things about bowling is you really don't need to be any good at it to have a blast rolling balls down alley lanes. On the other hand, you do have to be good to win at bowling, and who doesn't enjoy winning? Want to show your friends or family who the champion bowler is? Here's some quick advice. Basic bowling form If you haven't already been...

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Key Tips For Playing Hockey

April 23rd, 2013

Whether you're an avid fan of the National Hockey League or you're simply looking for a new form of exercise, there's no better time to take up the sport of hockey than today. This game is suitable for both men and women, and with the right training and equipment, anyone can enjoy the game. Here are some key tips for preparing for your first experience on the...

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History of the Flying Disc

April 18th, 2013

In backyards, college campuses, parks and other grassy areas worldwide, people love to toss around flying discs, which are often referred to by the brand name "Frisbee." These toys have many uses. Dogs can catch them, they're handy for a back and forth game of catch, and they're essential to playing "Ultimate Frisbee." According to the New York...

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Jackie Robinson: An American Legend Who Spans Generations

April 12th, 2013

If you've been to a major league baseball game in the past few years, you've seen players wearing all sorts of numbers - but never 42. That's because this jersey number belonged to the late, great Jackie Robinson, and all major league teams have since retired it out of respect for this groundbreaking player. Robinson was the first African-American to play major...

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The Story Behind Croquet

April 5th, 2013

Those looking for a classic, relaxing game to enjoy in the outdoors often push some wickets into the dirt, break out mallets and enjoy a few friendly rounds of croquet. Croquet: The Basics Virtually anyone - young or old - should be able to understand the basic mechanics of commonly played backyard croquet. According to the United States Croquet Association, two striped...

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Fun Basketball Trivia to Impress Your Friends

March 14th, 2013

With the start of the NBA season right around the corner, you and your friends will be gathering together to watch your favorite teams go head-to-head on the court. You can set yourself apart with fun trivia facts about the game that might just impress your fellow friends. Here are some to keep in your mental vault.Peach basketsGo old school with your trivia and talk about...

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Necessities for your preseason couch-gate

February 14th, 2013

Baseball preseason is almost upon us! Spring training tickets are already available, and players are gearing up for another season. If you choose to watch the games at home, a couch-gate party can be an essential part of your viewing experience. If you're thinking of hosting a gathering, there are some things your party shouldn't go without.In a Yahoo! News interview, New York...

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Tips and Strategies for Playing Hearts Online

December 28th, 2012

On the surface, Hearts is a relatively simple card game. However, when you really start to move up to advanced play, it can prove to be a fairly complex beast. As one of the more popular games that you can play online, you may have recently found yourself bitten by the Hearts bug - it's easy to pass hours playing round after round. If you're just getting started, here are some...

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How To Play Spades

December 28th, 2012

If you enjoy card games like Hearts, then Spades could be right up your alley! Just like Hearts, it calls for four players and a single deck. However, this game asks that players pair off into two teams and have partners sitting across from each other. The basic format of a Spades game goes like this: players are dealt their cards and each team collectively decides how many...

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