ludo : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a simple board game in which players move counters according to the throw of dice
- Pachisi, says Finkel, was played in India for centuries, jumped to Britain by 1875 and was repackaged there as ludo, which was exported back to India around the 1960s: "Nowadays .
- ludo Says: Thursday, August 9, 2007 at 6:45 pm.
News & Articles
- What Games Are: The Ludophile Mindset
Like the audiophile who spends serious money on her music, the ludophile spends aplenty on games and consoles. Both want perfection. The question for the games industry, however, is whether perfection is really the goal any more. To chase that market is very expensive, and although gamers may not like to hear it, good-enough seems like a better goal industry-wise in the long run.
June 30, 2013 - TechCrunch
- Brian Malarkey Exits ‘The Taste’ As Judge, ABC Seeking Replacement
The Taste will be returning with one less judge next season. While Anthony Bourdain, Nigella Lawson and Ludo Lefebvre are set to come back for another bite, ABC has decided not renew Brian Malarkey ’s contract for the cooking competition show, sources tell me. Not that The Taste will be slimming down to a trio. “They are looking to find a new judge to replace him,” an insider says. Said Malarkey ...
June 28, 2013 - Deadline Hollywood
- The Taste Loses Co-host Brian Malarkey
That's him in the middle, with the cuffs. Eater San Diego finds out that former Top Chef contestant and Searsucker chef-owner Brian Malarkey won't be sitting in the comfy chairs and downing perfectly prepared bites of food alongside Nigella Lawson, Ludo Lefebvre, and Anthony Bourdain when The Taste reconvenes for season two . The show was a "great experience," Malarkey wrote in a statement , but ...
June 28, 2013 - New York Magazine
- Alex Rae in BBC Sport
Rae told his club website: "Ludo had a great first year with us and he will start pre-season as number one. But I want competition for as many places as possible."
- Harry Redknapp in Times Online
I have no problems with it,Redknapp said. "If City have injuries and need a goalkeeper, what can you do? It happened to me once at West Ham United [in 1996]. Les Sealey and Ludo Miklosko were injured but the League would not give me...
- Tony Gale in Daily Mail
I could see the West Ham game on the Sky TV monitors,said Gale. "They were getting pummelled but Ludo Miklosko pulled off save after save. Before the game, I'd been ringing up the West Ham lads, telling them to do it for us. They were...