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The Martingale: Your strategy to success

When I was 14 years old my parents took me on a 2 day cruise, it was great; my dad spent the whole time looking a bit green whilst my mum introduced me to the wonders of onboard casinos - that was the beginning of my love affair with roulette. Ten years later, I still love the roulette wheel, it's [...]

By |June 12th, 2017|Categories: Roulette, Tips & Advice|0 Comments

11 Tips on How to Hire Event Staff

A range of tools and approaches are now available to significantly improve selection decisions. They are particularly useful for event teams that must deliver highly visible results in tight timeframes. Identify core competencies for the organization and associated performance (soft) and technical skills for specific positions. Resources like Personnel Decision’s Successful Manager’s HandbookLominger's’s Leadership Architect can help. Identify which skills are “must haves” [...]

By |May 29th, 2017|Categories: Event Planning, Tips & Advice|0 Comments

Win at Blackjack with these three tips

When it comes to blackjack, you don’t really need to have excellent bluffing skills to win as you would in poker. Or even have an inordinate amount of luck as you would when spinning the wheel in roulette or simply trying your chances at a slot machine. In the game of blackjack, you must not be afraid to take risks [...]

By |May 1st, 2017|Categories: Blackjack, Tips & Advice|0 Comments

Cool Fundraising Ideas to Beat the Summer Heat

You’ve looked forward to the fun of summer all year long, no matter what part of the world you’re in. Summer means holidays, and long weekends, and the warm weather means endless fun outdoors. It also means great fundraising opportunities. Here are our favorite summer fundraising ideas that are sure to draw a crowd: Bike-A-Thon What’s better than getting outside [...]

By |April 17th, 2017|Categories: Casino Floor, Fundraising, Tips & Advice|0 Comments

Play Defense: Don’t let hidden fees “Slip In”

So you settled all the set-up and tear-down times with your venue and you will have enough staff on hand at your event. Here's a tip on how to plan defensively so as to avoid any post-event discrepancies with the bill: Beware the phantom charge for goods and services you didn't pre-approve. For example, recently an event venue we hadn't used before added a [...]

By |April 3rd, 2017|Categories: Event Planning, Tips & Advice|0 Comments

“You gotta know when to fold, know when to hold’em”

In any type of game, strategy is an important part of winning. Adapting to the differences in each game, understanding the importance of position and realizing that knowledge is essential are three main parts of Texas Holdem strategy. There are many different approaches to strategy, but if a player uses these three key parts, then they should discover they have [...]

By |March 20th, 2017|Categories: Poker, Tips & Advice|0 Comments