“It’s a skill game, Jo.” -Matt Damon in Rounders I’ve been hearing this word a lot lately when it comes to shutting down online fantasy football gambling. Skill. When I think of skill, I think of an athlete who does Continue reading
SportsChump has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to hardcore, provocative sports analysis. This, my friends, is another one of those times. Please allow me to turn the lights down low, slip some Marvin Gaye onto the Continue reading
Horse racing is one of the trickiest sports in the world to predict, because in any given race there are about a million factors at play. It’s not just about which horse or jockey is most capable. It’s about the Continue reading
As a highly successful sports website (in my own mind, at least), I am frequently bombarded with offers from advertisers, contributors, hyper-linkers, book distributors and a wide range of others wanting to promote their product in this construct we call Continue reading
Few things set me off when I’m in the poker room. I’m a grinder, a patient man.
On a random night after work, with nothing to lose and a little change in my pocket going jing-a-ling-a-ling, I found myself with a hankering to play some cards. Next stop: Hard Rock Casino poker room.
With only one game left in the NBA season and at most four games left in the NHL season–yes, there are still people out there who watch hockey, there’s going to be little to fill the plates of many mainstream Continue reading
When you’re obsessively following football for two thirds of the year, creating your own fantasy league and working out the points accrued and lost every week, don’t you find there’s an empty space come the summer and the season ends? Continue reading
Competitive Scrabbling is serious business. If you don’t believe me, I suggest you check out one of their traveling tournaments.
“Nothing about playing table games in a casino is anything other than gambling as entertainment. On the other hand, risking money while possessing an edge, and while exercising prudent risk management, makes someone a trader.”