As the dust settles on yet another Super Show we’ve finally got round to collecting our thoughts and reviewing a hectic couple of days.

High winds and pesky ash clouds couldn’t keep us away – well done Gordon and Robert who made the trip by land and sea to get there – it was well worth it.

And thanks too to Shona and the guys at iGaming Business for allowing us to be Official City Sponsors and for putting on another great show.

Without exaggeration this was our most enjoyable show to date; thanks largely to the people who popped by our stand, whether is was for a go at winning an iPad in our Roulette competition, a ticket for our free prize draw, a taste of Guinness from our mini-bar or just simply for a chat. The two days whizzed by – doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun?

So well done to our winners Cagri and erm… sorry, we can’t remember they other guys name, who walked away with a fab iPad2 for winning our daily LIVE Roulette Tournament – we hope you guys found some room in your baggage!

And also to our two prize draw winners of the €270-worth-entries to the Fitzwilliam End Of Month Poker tournament. We can only assume you didn’t win it since we saw you partying into the small hours at Krystle on Thursday night.

Our half-pints of Guinness also went down a treat. Suitably chilled and poured to perfection – there’s no better place to enjoy the black stuff than Dublin’s fair city.

Check out our gallery for all our photos.

As for the partying, well experience has taught us to take things easy. If only we’d learned from our previous mistakes!

We didn’t make it to the much-hyped Calvin Ayre celebrations (phew!) but we did find ourselves enjoying a good ole sing-song at a ‘lock-in’ in what shall remain an un-named Dublin pub. From REM to the Beatles it felt like we sang them all. Thanks guys – you could teach Mr Ayre a thing or two about how to have a good time!

And so we’re sifting through the mountains of business cards, faithfully replying to the army of sales reps who’ve contacted us since the show and dreaming up ways of making things even better next year.

We don’t know how just yet, but if you thought this year was good just wait until Dublin 2012.