Find out more about The South Carolina Education Lottery

The South Carolina Education Lottery was begun in the year 2002, and is a member of the Multi-State Lottery Association, or MUSL, the organisation that is most well known for Powerball. Like the majority of USA lotteries it took part in the cross-sell lottery expansion, which happened on the 31st of January 2010, adding the Mega Millions game to those it already had available for players to enjoy.  Players are required to be at least 18-years old in order to purchase tickets for this lottery, and there are several games that are linked to it, including Pick 3; Pick 4; Palmetto Cash 5 and many different scratch tickets.

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A Closer Look At Harrah’s Council Bluffs

For casino players, variety is the spice of life. More than anything, players like to know that there is plenty on offer for them to enjoy. From the likes of classic table games to colourful slot machines, knowing that there is enough to keep them entertained for hours on end is important to those who love playing their casino games. Harrah’s Council Bluffs offers them just what they need – a selection of choices. And not only in terms of what the casino has to offer, but also in terms of the rooms available at the resort, as well as choices for shows to watch, and which fine dining experience to take on next. Below, you will find more information on what this casino resort has to offer.

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Uneven but Memorable Film called Player 5150

Shot on the relatively low budget of $2-million and released in 2008, Player 5150 is a lesser-known gambling film that got mixed responses from reviewers and audiences. Critics and viewers alike tend to agree, however, that the film’s three leads, Ethan Embry, Kathleen Robertson and Christopher McDonald, deliver standout performances.

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Find out more about Groom Porter

In days of old a groom porter oversaw the lodgings and furnishings of the royal high court. He also saw to it that, should dice or cards be played in the royal court, everyone playing had what they needed. This included tables, chairs, the dice themselves, and decks of cards. Later, when disputes arose during the gambling in the high court, as will generally happen wherever people gamble, the porter was given the duty of settling the disputes. Being seen as an independent body, the man was allowed to decide a final winner, and settle the matter once and for all. An amusing fact is that gambling was only permitted in the royal high court during certain periods of time, and that the king himself would sometimes like to take part.

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