IGT delivers Game Changers at Indian Gaming 2013

IGT delivers Game Changers at Indian Gaming 2013

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Sometime around the 1200s AD (or possibly earlier), people in India also began playing a game they called Snakes and Ladders (we know it as Chutes and Ladders). This was a Hindu game. Each space was called a house, and each house represented a kind of emotion. You threw dice to see how far you should go, and used a cowrie shell for your piece. The ladders stood for good feelings, while the snakes stood for bad feelings that took you farther away from Nirvana.

Sometime around the 1200s AD (or possibly earlier), people in India also began playing a game they called Snakes and Ladders (we know it as Chutes and Ladders). This was a Hindu game. Each space was called a house, and each house represented a kind of emotion. You threw dice to see how far you should go, and used a cowrie shell for your piece. The ladders stood for good feelings, while the snakes stood for bad feelings that took you farther away from Nirvana.

Cleveland Indians Baseball Game at Sunset at Progressive (Jacobs) Field in Cleveland, Ohio. (A15) on Etsy, $10.00

Cleveland Indians Baseball Game at Sunset at Progressive (Jacobs) Field in Cleveland, Ohio. (A15) on Etsy, $10.00

Native American Indian Game for Speech Therapy - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all (hundreds of) our pediatric therapy pins

Native American Indian Game for Speech Therapy - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all (hundreds of) our pediatric therapy pins

Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs, compiled by Alice C. Fletcher (Paperback)

Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs, compiled by Alice C. Fletcher (Paperback)

Cleveland's Kipnis singing Adele; players were mic'd up for the Diamondbacks/Indians game, and (fortunately) second baseman Jason Kipnis didn't shy away from his habit of singing between pitches while out in the field.  He later tweeted that he sang a more bombastic version later in the game.

Cleveland's Kipnis singing Adele; players were mic'd up for the Diamondbacks/Indians game, and (fortunately) second baseman Jason Kipnis didn't shy away from his habit of singing between pitches while out in the field. He later tweeted that he sang a more bombastic version later in the game.

Cleveland Indians Rajai Davis and Francisco Lindor celebrate the Indians win over the Boston Red Sox 5-4 in the first ALDS game, on Oct. 6, 2016 at Progressive Field.  (Chuck Crow/The Plain Dealer)

Indians vs. Boston Red Sox, 2016 ALDS Game 1

Cleveland Indians Rajai Davis and Francisco Lindor celebrate the Indians win over the Boston Red Sox 5-4 in the first ALDS game, on Oct. 6, 2016 at Progressive Field. (Chuck Crow/The Plain Dealer)

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