Big Game

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Cabela's Big Game Hunter 6
... Cabela's Big Game Hunter 6 is the fifth sequel to the original Cabela's Big Game Hunter ...
Hunting In Romania - History
... Remnants of hunting implements and wild game bones in Stone Age dwellings and burial sites or animal cave paintings like ones in Cuciulat, Peştera cu Oase or Peştera Muierilor ... and burial sites, and the bow began common and hunt for all game types begun ... Since the 15th century, hunting reserves were established, where game was managed, monitored and sometimes introduced, such was the case of fallow deer in Romania ...
Fishing Vessel - Recreational Vessels
... cabin cruisers and cruising yachts to large, hi-tech and luxurious big game rigs ... Big game fishing started as a sport after the invention of the motorized boat ... Purpose built game fishing boats appeared shortly after ...
Big Game - Entertainment
... The Big Game, now Mega Millions, a U.S ... multi-jurisdictional lottery game Big Game (album), the third album by the heavy metal band White Lion Big Game TV, a live phone-in quiz channel The Big Game (film), a 1972 film directed by Robert Day The ...
Big Game (poker)
... The Big Game refers to a famous high-stakes poker cash game played in "Bobby's Room", a cardroom named after Bobby Baldwin, at the Bellagio casino in Las Vegas, Nevada ... The table features no-limit and pot-limit games with wagers up to $100,000 per hand ... Limit games as high as $4,000/$8,000 are often played but $2,000/$4,000 is normal ...

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