The Best Action Game Year 2018

Are you lazy person but like to play games, let me tell you that maybe you have bright future for yourself. Today in this world of technology there is two technology which has almost covered this whole world i.e. computer and internet technology and with the convergence of these two technology gaming world has grown to its best level. Today some of the industries are paying or recruiting people for just testing new games and review them. If you like to enjoy some of the games with good machines on your side that’s a good idea. Let me talk here about some of the games which are on top of charts:-


Fortnite was released back in September 2018. In it’s initial period of time there was not much hype about this game but later it got a boom in the gaming industry and now it tops the chart and has an active and expensive fanbase. This is a multiplayer game and the ultimate goal of this game last one man standing and achieve a “VICTORY ROYALE”. Overall this game is fun for all and provides the good challenge for players and each day it’s growing its hype among gamers.

League Of Legends

League of Legend (LoL in short) is a multiplayer online battle video game developed and published by Riot Games. League of Legends was well received upon its release back in 2009 and has since grown in popularity, with an active fanbase. This game is a multiplayer game. It has it’s millions of viewers each day. Overall this game is good competitive game for players.

God Of War

God of War is an action-adventure video game which was developed by Santa Monica Studio and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment(SIE). This game is well known for its graphics and animation and has millions of fanbase and growing each day. God of War received universal acclaim from critics and was praised for its graphics, narrative, world design, direction, character, and combat system. This game has it’s own fanbase and viewers.

There are some more online and offline games which you will love to play like Counter strike, clash of clans, Battlegrounds (aka PUBG), Splatoon 2… etc.

If you love to play offline games you can try your hands on games like Smash Hits, Monolithic, Badland, Angry birds star wars 2 etc.

I would prefer you to go through these games and enjoy your time.

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Postmodern Film Approach – The Gambler

This is not really a review or an assessment of the film as such but, rather, just a rough collection of scattered remarks.

News of first time screenwriters who pen spec scripts based on their own personal life experiences and actually – miraculously, really – see the film get made and released are always inspiring. The ones that always spring to mind for me are Robert Mulligan with Summer of 42; Douglas Day Stewart with An Officer and A Gentleman; and James Toback with The Gambler. (Even Sylvester Stallone and Rocky may qualify here.) I say they’re inspiring because such news invariably entails something a little more than just a desire to entertain or to make it in Hollywood – the screenwriter believes so strongly in their message, they believe that the truth they have to impart to us is so worth discussing in artistic terms, that their desire to succeed just will not be denied. As a matter of fact, there is a scene from the picture we are very briefly mentioning here, Toback’s The Gambler in which protagonist Axel Freed, a professor of literature, gives a short lecture to his class on this very subject of the will and desire.

Here’s an excerpt from an article Toback wrote for Deadline Hollywood. It gives some background as to how he came to write the script.

“After graduating from Harvard in 1966 I taught literature and writing in a radical new program at CCNY whose additional faculty included Joseph Heller, John Hawks, William Burroughs, Donald Barthelme, Adrienne Rich, Mark Mirsky and Israel Horovitz. I also wrote articles and criticism for Esquire, Harpers, The Times, The Voice and other publications. Most of all, I gambled – recklessly, obsessively and secretly. It was a rich, exciting double life with heavy doses of sexual adventurism thrown in for good measure. Inspired by the life and work of my literary idol, Dostoyevsky, I embarked on the writing of The Gambler intended originally as a novel. Half way in, it became clear to me that I was seeing and hearing the “novel” as a movie and I abruptly decided to turn it into one. When I hit full stride I felt as if I were a recording secretary, simply putting down on paper dialogue and images I heard and saw as if they were not sounds and pictures at all but rather real life action existing in my brain.”

So as we see, the movie began as a powerful personal vision. British director Karel Reisz soon got involved with the project. Reisz, the author of one of the seminal texts on film editing, was a director of realistic films with a “focus on characters on the margins” as his obituary in The Guardian says. Certainly The Gambler qualifies there.

He was also quite unlucky in the way the executives he made pictures for handled them after they were finished and ready. Toback’s article cited above details this as far as The Gambler goes; Steven Bach’s Final Cut, one of the truly classic insider accounts of Hollywood, chronicles how Reisz’s next film, Who’ll Stop SThe Rain? was sabotaged by the very studio he made it for! (Incidentally, the picture was adapted from Robert Stone’s classic novel Dog Soldiers. Stone would go on to write the terrific Hollywood bashing novel Children of Light, and after reading Bach it’s easy to see why.)

The film itself is a bit of a wonder, and the article linked to above is immeasurably helpful in understanding it and the overall gambling sensibility. Lauren Hutton is an almost unreal presence on the screen – why in the world was this woman not more of a star? In the title role James Caan is excellent as an addicted gambler but not real convincing as a college professor. Paul Sorvino plays a role that’s kind of a hybrid of the ones he played in Goodfellas and A Touch of Class. And in small roles we have many actors who would become fairly well recognized over the years – Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, Burt Young, Vic Tayback, Antonio Fargas, James Woods. All of them are very capable here.

The script, though very powerful and obviously authentic, is not without some problems – for example, Axel’s girlfriend and mother, both featured prominently for a while, at a certain point just drop off the screen. They literally disappear. And the Dostoyevskian existentialism is highly questionable as a working philosophy, even given that we understand it’s the main character’s principal operating principle.

Spin Star – The UK TV Game Show

Bradley Walsh (ex Coronation St and comedian) is the host of ITV1’s newest day time game show Spin Star. Spin Star, brings the thrills, spills, sheer unpredictability and big money gamble of the casino into a game show studio. Dominating the stage set is the Moneyspinner which is an gigantic Las Vegas type, five-reel slot machine The reels contain cash, questions and the five contestants names who will be answering those questions. The twist is these contestants do not win the big cash prize.

Each time a contestant answers a question correctly he / she adds to their total although a wrong answer can sometime wipe out their complete balance. The contestants will get their turn to pull the handle of the Moneyspinner on later shows so they always do there best to build their cash balance to as much as possible. The contestants rotate during the week so they all have the chance to be the Spin Star.

UK based online bingo site William Hill Bingo is the sponsor of Spin Star after signing a sponsorship agreement with terrestrial broadcaster ITV last week. The 6 week sponsorship will see William Hill Bingo feature in commercials at the beginning and end of the programme along with during advertisement breaks. This seems to be the strategy of other UK bingo and gambling sites as UK daytime TV seems saturated by bingo advertising from the major brands.

In an interview Bradley Walsh has spoken about the new show “I am delighted to be presenting Spin Star. It’s such an incredibly entertaining show with lots of surprises in store for the contestants and viewers. We really get to know the contestants and I am sure the viewers will feel their pain on losing and their joy on winning.”

Midway through its run it seems that Spin Star is a great success with greater than expected viewing figure who seem to enjoy the shifts in fortune, big gambles, against-the-odds victories and sudden and devastating losses – all within a few seconds of each other.

Ohio Keno Results Shows and Events

The Keno lottery is a state wide lottery game played all over Ohio. Millions of people in Ohio are regularly participating in the game. That is why investors have been developing a lot of ways to attract and convince consumers to join the local Keno lottery. The Ohio keno results show has been established as a regular week television event to announce the winning combinations. But the events also provide a lot of fillers and entertainment segments to catch the attention of consumers and viewers all over the state and city.

Famous celebrities and personalities are always present in the results show. Dance and song numbers are presented. In some cases, special interviews are conducted while waiting for the results to be announced. This has been effective in increasing the ticket sales of the Keno lottery. In fact, people who can present a dozen tickets would get a free sitting at the actual live set of the studio. Other promotions and offers are given for people who have bought game cards. This is a very effective and reliable marketing campaign.

The increase in income and sales has also benefited the consumers since the prices have been added bonuses based on the number of tickets sold. The weekly jackpot price would also accumulate if no winner is able to acquire a perfect 20 digit combination. At one time, the jackpot price reached several million dollars. This is a great way to add excitement and interest to consumers following the game.

The Ohio Keno Lottery results show has an airtime of one hour. The consumers should watch the show since it provides guides and tips on how to find the best combination. Prices are given for people who attained at least seven correct digits. The money of the person would be multiplied by the number of correct digits plus zero. The minimum prize which can be won would be at 1400 dollars. This is substantial considering the minimum bet would be 20 dollars. Hundreds of people win in a weekly basis which has made the game highly probable to beat. The results show also addresses the different projects, charity institutions and government agencies receiving the money earned from the lottery. This is a good way to advertise the benefits received by society from the Keno lottery. A large part of the money is diverted to help people in need. Scholars are selected to receive tuition fee support and other educational grants. The Ohio keno lottery results show has educated people on the benefits of society from state sponsored gambling and lottery.

People can acquire the results and winning combination using the cell phones and other portable computer devices. The service is ideal for businessmen and consumers who are always traveling. At a click of a button, all the results would be sent to the cell phone of the consumer. This is a very practical and reliable way to help people check if they won the lottery.

The Ohio keno results can be seen through television, internet or cell phone. The media has made the information very accessible for every body.

What Is A Pro ‘Capper?’

It must have been about five years ago now, I was asked to do a guest spot on a sports handicapping radio show, to talk a little boxing and football. The host was a guy named Tim Trushel, who I had met a couple months earlier when I was an in-studio guest on the show. In this, our second conversation, Tim introduced me as “a man of many hats – a writer, bookmaker, fight reporter, and professional handicapper.”

I told Tim I was uncomfortable with “writer” as it was not something I planned on doing when I came to Vegas to hang around for a couple months and catch some fights. Despite having my columns appear in four or five different magazines that year I didn’t (and still don’t) consider myself a writer. And I said I felt the same way about being called a professional handicapper. It began a discussion on “What is a professional capper?”

I’ve heard it described many ways; here are a few, with opinion added:

Is it someone who quits their job to handicap and bet sports full time?

I don’t think so – I’ve seen too many of them that end up losing their bankroll and returning to the work force.

Is it someone who sells picks for a living?

Nope. I’ve seen too many of them lose, too.

Is it someone who bets sports for a living and has NOT had to return to the work force because he has had a successful year?

Is 1 year enough? Most would say “no” and rightfully so.

So, what is the acceptable time frame of profitable seasons? Ya got me.

Is it a title awarded on tenure, as I see bestowed on many long-time Vegas gamblers?

It is, but it isn’t. There does exist a good ole boys circuit of self-proclaimed “pro cappers” out here, for which membership seems to be nothing more than they have sold picks or been asked by some member of the media – be it print, radio or TV – who they like in a contest.

I didn’t have an answer for what a pro capper was back on that day, and I don’t have one today either. It seems to me that it is very open to interpretation. All I can do is tell you what I am, what I do. I’m an investor. I bet on sports. I have been successful, and for proof all I need is to offer this – I am not stupid. My corporate accomplishments are testament to that fact. I have been wagering on sports for a long time. If I was losing money I would not do it. I am not an addictive person. I have never had a cup of coffee. I have never smoked a cigarette. I started out as a gambler, and learned to be an investor.

I am not self-centered, so I do not say “my way is the right way” as I see many charlatans propose as they pose as pro’s. I only know what works for me, and more importantly – what doesn’t work. It’s knowing what doesn’t work that keeps me in the black.

I’ve just finished my “second sport” season with Sports Memo – basketball season. I only played one NCAA game, because I know it is not my strength; though others can do multiple sports at the same time I find that an undivided focus works well for me. It goes back to what I was saying about knowing what I can’t do.

I finished with a nice profit in my second season – NBA – after making adjustments following my first season – football. I am done with baskets for now, as the way I cap does not lend itself to the playoffs. I may play a couple games, and if I do I will use them at SM, because I post what I play and vice-versa.

But I will not have day to day play anymore. This season is done. A profit has been banked, and more importantly, another season of data has been added to my data banks, and I will use it to win again next year – and to win more.

It is time now to battle the Beast – baseball – and I’m off to a good start, scoring 10-9 rounds in each of the first two weeks ending up with a profit in each week (I treat baseball like a fight, each week being a round, rounds start on

Monday, end on Sunday, the goal being to finish out each 7 day window on the + side).

I’m 11-5 in Green Light plays, with no Fav over -170, and my best dog thus far bringing in +140.

Ride with me, as I follow up a successful NBA campaign by beating up the Beast and kicking bookie ass in MLB, too.

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