The LNP has now sensibly conceded defeat – by which they must mean they've accepted the ALP has won an outright majority (it was clear that Labor would definitely end up as the largest party well over a week ago).
Xenophon is muppet even by the standard of the assorted lunatics often involved in small parties in Australia.
PS: Not sure if Pete was being serious but "Pokies" are gaming machines.
I did realise only after I'd posted that it probably referred to Poker machines, abbreviated in the classic Aussie fashion. I shouldn't have thought a South Australian would want to ban 'my' kind of pokies, but maybe a Victorian would..
Antony Green projecting that Liberals have ended the 16-year Labor government in South Australia, with 24/47 seats assured. Having looked very competitive at the outset (see upthread) Nick Xenophon's SA Best is running at an underwhelming 14% primary vote and looks like it will win 2 seats at best, quite possibly none - and Xenophon himself is well behind the incumbent Liberal on 2pp in the seat he is contesting.