Tag Archives: opinion
- Is all truly fair in love, war and poker?
April 24, 2010
Are you one of those who believe there's no such thing as too much information? Does that openness extend to situations in which others are allowed to troll the interwebs for (arguably) public data that you may not wish them to have? CardPlayer.com has been polling a selection of poker...
- Sportsbetting: Luck or Skill?
February 10, 2010
OK, we have all been subjected to a mountain of media over the last few years from the pure poker segment of the global online gaming industry. The big argument that’s been making the rounds is one of luck vs. skill; or rather that because poker is predominantly a game...
- Olympic Torch Reignites This Canadian Prairie Boy’s Pride
January 15, 2010
Early Wednesday morning the Olympic torch crossed the border from Saskatchewan to Lloydminster, Alberta, a town about 20 miles away from the Saskatchewan pig farm I grew up on. Watching the event unfold thousands of miles away in Antigua, I couldn’t help but become overwhelmed with Canadian pride. Today the...
- Those Wild and Crazy Greeks
December 19, 2009
And you thought Carrie Bradshaw and her female foursome of TV and movie fame “Sex and the City” were sluts? They were prudes compared to the ancient Greeks. Recently, a bawdy new exhibition depicting the sex lives of those naughty Greeks has opened at the Museum of Cycladic Art in...
Charges dropped against Calvin Ayre, Bodog and friends
July 14, 2017
Calvin Ayre Foundation to match donations to Barbuda relief effort
September 9, 2017
The cost of America’s war on Antigua, Calvin Ayre and online gambling
September 5, 2017