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THE MOST EXPENSIVE PLAYING CARDS IN THE WORLD
24 Mar 2021

THE MOST EXPENSIVE PLAYING CARDS IN THE WORLD

Playing cards are masterpieces, many of them unique, made by important artists, and if they are made by hand and from high quality materials, they turn these gods of fun into real works of art that delight your senses when you have fun with friends. You can invest from $100 upwards per package to feel like kings and queens hundreds of years ago. Deserve! BLUE BLOOD, Price: $100 The Blue Blood playing card deck is hand-illustrated by...

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Curacao – sun, sand, surfing and… casinos
30 May 2018

Curacao – sun, sand, surfing and… casinos

With beaches with smooth sand bathed in clear emerald waters, Curacao is not just the paradise sought after by tourists, but it is also a destination for gamblers from all around the world. Especially because most casinos are located in hotels on the beach! The Utopian image is completed by the tax reality, the legislation here being one that is very attractive to companies wishing to open gambling businesses, including online...

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(Română) Bahamas, câștig la dublu: turism și jocuri de noroc!
04 Apr 2018

(Română) Bahamas, câștig la dublu: turism și jocuri de noroc!

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Casino Technology’s novelty products most sought-after at EAE 2017
16 Oct 2017

Casino Technology’s novelty products most sought-after at EAE 2017

The novelty products of Casino Technology gathered the attention of all during this years` edition of Entertainment Arena Expo in Bucharest. The showcased new line slots and game packs were specially chosen to fit to the customers preferences and were the most sought after products during the exhibition. “The TOWER Slant Top™  with the TOWER 101™ multigame provoked huge interest and was amongst the best selling product on the show....

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Grenada between loyalty and illegality. A paradox with an unfinished end
11 Aug 2017

Grenada between loyalty and illegality. A paradox with an unfinished end

The little archipelago formed of 6 islands provides an interesting example of a country where population gambles, yet the gambling activity is not entirely legal. In 2013, the population of archipelago counted about 106.000 inhabitants, who live on a 344 square km area, which provides a density of 307 people per square km. Grenada is the second large nutmeg manufacturer worldwide, after Indonesia. The official language is English,...

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