10 Memorable Slow Rolls

Slow rolling (the act of taking excessive time to call a large final bet, when you have the strongest hand) is a part of poker games that certainly divide opinion.

For some, it’s an easy way of tilting or upsetting an opponent, while for others, it’s an egregious breach of poker etiquette that’s unsportsmanlike and unnecessary.

Whatever your opinion, it’s fair to say that we’ve seen some memorable slow rolls over the years. Here are some of the most controversial!
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The Most Weird and Wonderful Slot Machines Ever Created

Slot machines have long been a staple of the gambling sector. The very first machine, in fact, was crafted by two savvy New Yorkers in 1891, Pitt and Sittman, who aimed to make gambling available to every man. First-time players could play them in their local high street stores, with this, gambling became a past-time for many patrons.
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Andy Hills

Sing When You’re Winning

It takes one hell of a pummelling to sap my desire to play poker.

On Sunday I bricked 19 straight tourneys online. I closed my poker windows, cracked open a beer and had a chat with my mate. He had bricked 15 straight tourneys. All things being equal, the odds of our combined brickage should be in the order of 400/1 against. You have to laugh.

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10 Best Casino and Poker Movies of All Time

Casinos are often the dramatic backdrop to many “all or nothing” scenes in the glitzy world of cinema.

Whether it be intense stares shared over a deck of cards, or a stony poker-face that escalates the tension, casinos are natural settings for climactic, white-knuckled plots.
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