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There is no doubt that the 20,000 plus people who visit Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casino’s located in Eastern CT , on a daily basis are having the times of their lives.

 

But after the excitement, energy, and crowds, many visitors like to experience the relaxed hospitality of a New England Bed & Breakfast. Perhaps curl up in front of your own fireplace in a luxury guest room with four poster bed. There are many B & B’s dotted throughout the beautiful countryside surrounding both Casinos-several only minutes from either casino. There rates are all very comperable to local hotels, with many offering mid-week special rates and extra value incentives. All are also within a short 25 minute drive of Mystic and all it has to offer.

 

The Mystic Country Inn’s Association has 8 properties, all individually owned and operated that offer a wide range of lodging accommodations. From a circa 1793 Colonial Farm to a modern hideaway nestled in the woods complete with inground swimming pool. Guests to these Bed & Breakfasts have the added bonus of working directly with the owner/innkeepers who are very knowledgeable about the area, many offer discount vouchers to Casino restaurants,area attractions and local restaurants, and go out of their way to ensure a wonderful stay at their inn.

 

Whether you are traveling singly or with your family, the Mystic Country Inn’s Association can accommodate your specific needs with one simple “hot line” phone number: 1-800-598-7116. This number is staffed seven days per week from 8am-9:00 pm and the innkeepers are aware of all rooms available and will be happy to provide you with all the information you need to find a place to stay in CT’s “Casino Country”.

 

America’s Premiere Lottery Magazine Set To Make History…Again!

 

Fort Myers, FL—For a new publication serving the needs of America’s 150 million weekly lottery Slot Online players, Lottery$ecret$ magazine began quietly making electronic publishing history with its debut this past June when its first issue penetrated more than half the 38 states holding lotteries in the U.S. as well as attracting subscriber’s internationally.

 

Now, with the award of a million dollar check to an online lottery winner this past week by FreeLotto.com, Lottery$ecret$ magazine is set to make history once more by being the first lottery magazine to provide the players of this popular game with complete handicapping and game statistics in their pages and daily online updates at their new Castor-Pollux Publications website (http://caspopub.com). But, there’s more to this story.

 

Lottery$ecret$ magazine’s format is history making too. The magazine is the first to

present lottery results in a manner previously unseen in ANY lottery publication. While other lottery publications present players with a mere “list” of previous game results,

Lottery$ecret$ has a unique method of breaking down those results and thus reducing the ‘statistical noise’ making short-term game trends easier for players to see and take advantage of in their game play.

 

Moreover, each lottery player has their magazine delivered to them with “customised

color-coded statistics”–another first for ANY lottery publication.

 

According to Lottery$ecret$ editor, A. L. De Armond, “This means each issue of our

magazine going to each different lottery state is a completely ‘custom’ product. Each issue provides the player with statistics ONLY for their games of choice. It’s never been done before in lotto publishing history and wouldn’t be cost effective if we were the normal print publication instead of being electronically published and delivered.”

 

Perhaps, according to De Armond, the biggest history making facet of Lottery$ecret$ magazine is the publications “No Magic Beans” approach to publishing lottery information and advice to players. “We don’t publish ‘predictions’ for players, but rather provide education and researched methods to make the player a more consistent winner, while they play for a jackpot win! We feel this is a more ‘honest’ approach than producing

predictions that could be a week or more stale by the time they were published even

electronically,” De Armond said.

 

Lottery$ecret$ magazine, has become “America’s premiere lottery magazine for lotteries worldwide” in less than six months and now boasts an international audience with subscribers from Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.

 

The magazine also sponsors an online forum and egroup for players.

 

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From Harvard Yard To Vegas Strip

Harrah’s feedback frenzy

 

Gary Loveman, a onetime Harvard Business School professor and, improbably, the future CEO of Harrah’s in Las Vegas, stands in the lobby of his company’s Rio Hotel and gestures in the direction of the Palazzo Suites. Such opulence, he says, offers the kind of muted elegance that God might have designed. That is, if God’s tastes ran to 9,000-square-foot layouts, private Jacuzzis, towel warmers, remote-controlled drapes, and personal butlers. The suites were intended to lure billionaire baccarat players from Asia. But the marble floors are mostly empty now, rendered vacant in the current Darwinian world of Vegas economics. Harrah’s Entertainment has ceded pursuit of the highest of the high rollers to such wow-the-crowd hotels as Bellagio and the Venetian. High-end gambling “is a very sexy business,” concedes the 42-year-old Loveman. But with the major casinos competing for the same top-500 gamblers, baccarat became Harrah’s loss leader–too much loss and not enough lead–a glamorous stepsister to the lowly slot machines, Harrah’s true glass slipper.

 

In 1997, when Harrah’s bowed out of the trend toward faux Eiffel Towers, Cirque du Soleils, and erupting volcanoes, analysts questioned whether the company could continue as a long-term industry player. But Harrah’s had a plan, embraced by Loveman, then a consultant, to grow the company without expanding into saturated markets or concocting replicas of the Statue of Liberty.

 

So far, that plan seems to have worked. Through branding, cross-casino marketing, loyalty cards, and technology, Loveman and company have made Harrah’s Entertainment, the most diversified of the big four gaming companies, a model of effective customer feedback. In an industry accustomed to relying on intuition, Harrah’s has built a database of 25 million UFA customers that drills down through all its activities. Digital profiles are based not on observed behavior of what customers have spent but on analysis of what they are capable of spending. The technology includes built-in marketing interventions designed to close the gap between actual and potential spending. In this new world of computer-generated predictions, the customers are willing participants. Harrah’s may be the best example of this kind of ongoing feedback system that, Loveman contends, could be applied to theme parks, ski resorts, cruise lines, retailers, and subscription businesses such as AOL and satellite TV.

 

Loveman joined Harrah’s in 1998, when it already had invested in a $17 million computer system to harvest data from customers at all its casinos, a revolutionary concept in the gaming industry. With customers wielding “Total Rewards” loyalty cards, Harrah’s patented a tracking system to shadow them-syncing up name, sex, age, zip code, playing time, money won and lost, and a history of each gambler’s behavior at Harrah’s properties. Data gushed in from the slot machines, which require almost no labor and as a result are the most profitable part of the business. What Harrah’s lacked, and what Loveman could contribute, was analysis of that data and marketing to take advantage of it.

 

Loveman had taught a case study on Harrah’s to his students and had done some work for the company when he sent an unsolicited letter to CEO Philip Satre proposing ways to expand the business without incinerating capital.

 

A year after analysts questioned the company’s viability, Satre had been advised that he needed a marketing maven for COO. He settled on a choice so unconventional that he didn’t tell his board about it until it was a fait accompli. The choice surprised Loveman as much as anyone. He was then just a year away from tenure at Harvard and knew that his wife and kids wouldn’t want to leave the venerable culture of Massachusetts for the neon desert. But the professor was won over when Satre said he could commute from his home in Massachusetts. Concerned board members pointed out the obvious: That for all his academic credentials, Loveman completely lacked any experience that qualified him to manage 26 casinos, 15,000 hotel rooms, more than 100 restaurants, and 40,000 employees. Until then, Loveman had managed only one secretary and one research assistant. But years orchestrating discussions at the B-school, where his course was one of the most popular electives, had prepared him to make smart decisions on the fly.

 

Showing a guest around the Rio, one of two Harrah’s properties in Las Vegas, Loveman laughs as a parade of harlequin jugglers, stilt walkers, and mimes snakes through the crowded aisles. It’s as if he’s compensating for the solitude of his youth.

 

Loveman grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, the child of older, frugal parents. His father was a factory worker, his mother a homemaker. His brother and sister were already out of the house by the time he started school. The family rarely went on vacations, or even to restaurants. Outings were limited to drives to relatives’ houses.

 

As a kid, Loveman was driven and competitive. He attended Bobby Knight’s basketball camp, where he could outshoot the other boys, not, he says, because he was a natural player but because he had practiced for hours in the rain, the dark, and the cold. When he wasn’t chosen for the camp’s all-star team, Loveman took up tennis. By the time he reached his senior year in high school, he was the top-ranked player in Indianapolis. On the public courts he met his wife, Kathy, a formidable athlete herself with 11 varsity letters.

 

He moved on to Wesleyan University, where the work for a kid from an average public school was “so hard, so voluminous” that it threatened to overwhelm him. But once he caught up with his peers, he surpassed most of them, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with honors. Similarly at MIT, his modest training in math proved insufficient for basic economics courses in his doctoral program. “They might just as well have been teaching it in Slavic,” Loveman says. “I was drowning.” With the help of a friend, he taught himself what he needed to know, eventually graduating with one of three prestigious Alfred P. Sloan Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships. Getting his Ph.D. from MIT, he says, “was the most intimidating thing I’ve ever done.”

 

That Loveman, Harrah’s COO and president, has an advanced degree in economics from MIT might seem superfluous in the business of gaming, but given the direction Harrah’s had taken, a background laden with statistics helps. However, the roots of his thinking were far from academic. When Loveman was 12, his father took him to “family night” at the Western Electric Plant in Indianapolis. He was shocked at the roar of the machinery and the oppressive and dehumanizing environment his father had worked in for 40 years. Much of his thinking about the business world, which he taught in his standing-room-only Service Management course at Harvard, was derived from that factory visit. Simply put, his message has been that great employees deliver great service, which makes money for a company.

 

The leap from Harvard to Harrah’s was clearly the road less traveled. But the fit has been right for Loveman. He went from an annual income of approximately $120,000 (not including consultancies) to more than $3 million last year in salary and options; from driving a Honda Accord to a silver Ferrari F-355 Spider; from flying commercial to corporate jets; and from off-the-rack suits to custom-made tailoring. Loveman and his family are building a large home in the same Massachusetts community he’s lived in for years.

 

Loveman clearly relishes his job. “I like the business,” he declares, “and I like gambling.” (He does seem to be a latecomer to the latter, however. Aside from a little dabbling at the tables while on holiday in Monaco, he’d never gambled until he was 32 and already working as a consultant for Harrah’s.) “I like the fact that customers enjoy what we sell. I like the hotels, restaurants, and the entertainment and complexity that comes with trying to deliver those services all the time. I like the mathematics–and the fact that at its base, gambling is a statistical activity.”

 

When Loveman signed on, Harrah’s was collecting 36% of its customers’ gaming dollars. With tiered Total Rewards cards and a Harrah’s property in nearly every gaming market in the U.S., the take has increased to 42% in four years. Second-quarter revenues for 2002 rose to $1 billion, up 17.9% from a year ago.

 

Late one night, Loveman sweeps by the line of visitors at the Rio reception desk, past posh rooms where Diamond customers are greeted by white-gloved receptionists. He moves into the sprawling, carpeted football field of slot machines. The system of Pavlovian marketing isn’t visible, except for one lit sign that reads “Bathrooms” and “Total Rewards.” In the world of Harrah’s, both are necessities.

 

Shortly after he became COO, Loveman told his managers they could pay more productive workers a higher wage. The “terrific employee” theory seems to be paying off. A Las Vegas driver dropping off someone at the Rio succinctly explained what’s going on: “They treat their people good,” he says. “Employees pass it on to the customers.”

 

Harrah’s accelerated effort to understand and appeal to its customers “can be pushed much further,” Loveman says, “as we improve our predictive and diagnostic capabilities, we become ever closer to customer preferences, and add more powerful inducements.”

 

Loveman’s latest move, engineered by CIO John Boushy, allows customers to put Harrah’s coupons directly into slot machines rather than having to go to a desk to exchange them for cash. This streamlined system, currently available only in Nevada, cuts down on labor costs while letting Harrah’s discover which customers respond to which pitches, enriching the database.

 

Pretty soon, Loveman and Co. will have taken the guesswork out of everything. Everything but the gambling, that is.

 

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Review of The Secret to Winning Big in Tournament Poker Situs Judi Online24Jam Terpercaya 2021

Ken Buntjer is well known to those who follow the major poker tournament circuit. He has won numerous titles at some of the biggest poker tournaments around. In this book, Buntjer sets forth his methods for winning these big events, focusing on techniques for beating Limit Texas Hold’em events.

The first chapter is introductory material, after which Buntjer divides the stages of a major tournament into steps, and then explains his strategies in each step. This starts with pre-tourney preparation and immediately moves into early tournament tactics, including the rebuy period.

During the chapter on the early tournament, Buntjer explains his player classification system, associating the way each player plays with one of seven different animal types. Like all attempts to classify players into categories, an experienced player can easily recall examples where this categorization breaks down. As one would expect, anyone who uses a method like this runs the very real risk of overgeneralization. However, a fairly naive classification scheme may be useful to relatively inexperienced players, and I don’t think this one is worse than others I’ve seen. I really don’t think this is a valuable tool for skilled players, but as long as one remains cognizant of its limitations, it probably doesn’t hurt much.

Buntjer goes on to cover play in the middle and later stages of a tournament, with special emphasis on the very late stages, with chapters specifically covering the last three tables, the last table, the last three players, and heads up play. The book closes with some advice on what to do after the tournament is over and some appendices which list the tournament structures for several events that were popular at the time the book was written.

It’s curious the number of places where Buntjer doesn’t provide information. He talks about making deals, but doesn’t give any specifics that would help a player tell a good deal from a bad one. The author discusses rebuy tournaments, but doesn’t mention under what circumstances making a rebuy or add-on is appropriate and when it isn’t. Entry fees and potential strategy changes due to different structures don’t get much coverage here either. If one is looking for a thorough book on tournament poker, this one isn’t it.

I found the most interesting part of the book to be Buntjer’s recommendations on how to pay certain stack sizes as they relate to the blinds. While this advice is directly applicable only to Limit Hold’em tournaments, these ideas could be applied to other games with a little work. Some of the information covering differing styles of play as the Situs Judi Online24Jam Terpercaya 2021 progresses is good, but there’s similar information in other books that don’t cost quite as much.

As is often the case in poker books, if the advice here, and there is some good advice in this book, causes the reader to move up one spot in one major tournament, the book will pay for itself. There is some good information here so that the serious tournament player or poker book junkie is unlikely to feel like they’ve completely wasted their time. However, The Secret to Winning Big in Tournament Poker is not a thorough guide to tournament poker, and it does pack a steep price tag for the information it contains. It’s also not as long as it might at first seem as the page numbering is a bit funky.

Capsule:

Serious tournament poker players may find some of this information of enough use to justify its price tag, but overall, there are enough gaps to prevent this from being the best poker tournament book on the market, or even one of the better ones. There is some interesting information here, and there isn’t a whole lot I think is bad advice, but I believe for most readers it’s a steep price for what you get.

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Ligaz11 Review of Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players, 21st Century Edition

 

 

Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players has certainly been one of the most influential poker books ever written, it has literally changed how people have played this game. Moreover, this book has, in large part, set the standard by which other poker books have been judged. Now, a much expanded new edition for the 21st century has been released.

 

The book starts with several short preliminary sections, including the Forward by expert player Ray Zee, the Introduction, and a section called “Using This Book”. The reader is warned immediately that this book should not be read casually. It is intended as a text book on Texas Hold’em and will need to be studied as a text, not read as one would a novel, if the reader is to maximize the benefit of the material within.

 

Then, the first of eight sections begins, covering the play of the first two cards. This includes the now famous hand ranking table. The authors recommend which sorts of hands to play in various positions but emphasize that it is not sufficient to just play well before the flop to be a winning player. The second section covers various important concepts about which the Hold’em player must be aware, including Semi-Bluffing, Slow Playing, the Check Raise, Inducing Bluffs, and many more. The third section covers a wide variety of topics, including playing when a flush draw flops, playing trash hands, playing against a maniac, etc.. Most of these sections were classics when they were written. They’re even better now that they’ve been updated to more closely reflect the sorts of games that are commonly found in card rooms today.

 

Sections four through six cover playing in all sorts of non-standard games, and this is the area where the book has been most greatly expanded since its original printing. We learn about playing in loose games, including so-called “No Fold’em” games, playing short handed, and playing in other unusual circumstances. All of this information is very interesting and has been updated to be much more closely aligned to the sorts of games commonly found today. Of course, there is much more that could be said on some of these topics, such as playing in spread limit games, but the authors cover a lot of territory already. I especially like the new sections that cover considerations in playing some especially tricky starting hands, like AQoff.

 

Part seven includes commentary on other ligaz11 skills the successful Hold’em player will want to possess, such as reading hands and applying psychology. Finally, the last section, Questions and Answers, provides a quiz covering much of the material presented in earlier chapters so the reader can test themselves to see whether they’ve understood what the authors were trying to communicate. I’ve always felt that this was one of the strongest sections of this book and other publications by Two Plus Two, and I’m glad to see that it has been greatly expanded in the most recent edition. The book ends with some concluding remarks, an appendix on calculating probabilities, and a glossary.

 

Of course, Sklansky and Malmuth have never shied away from controversy. There was plenty for Hold’em players to debate in the first edition of this book, and there is certainly much one could fairly argue about in this edition. Although I wouldn’t compare my strategic understanding of the game to the authors, there are strategies suggested in this book that I’m not certain are optimal, and I’m sure many people will argue the minutia of these many times over. However, I’m less interested in the specific merit of the play of a single controversial hand than I am in the strategic concepts the authors are trying to teach. While I might quibble about whether that strategic concept is applicable in an example that they provide, I never get the feeling that the strategic concept itself is questionable. One of the great things about Texas Hold’em is that there are so many possible ways to play a given hand, and that great players can disagree on these points. The way one can tell a great player from a mediocre one is whether they can accurately read the situation and take into account the strategic concepts that need to be applied at the moment, much more so than whether they bet, raise, check or fold. One would be well advised, in my opinion, to keep this in mind while reading this book.

 

Clearly, this book is a classic, and I doubt there are very many successful limit Texas Hold’em players playing today who do not own a copy of one of the earlier editions. Certainly, those that plan to play Hold’em well should own a copy of this work and read it several times. The big question is whether owners of previous revisions of this book should upgrade to the 21st Century Edition. Note that this is the third update of this work, the original was published in 1988, it was updated in 1994, and the current version was released in the summer of 1999. I have only the 1988 and 1999 editions, so I can only speak to those.

 

By my count, 150 pages have been added to the 182 page 1988 edition. In addition to new sections, there are minor changes to reflect how the game has evolved over the years and to emphasize concepts that caused some conclusion in earlier editions. Overall, given the changes that have been made to the 21st Century Edition from the first edition, I would recommend that those people who are serious about their Hold’em game and have read the 1988 edition upgrade their copies of this book. Although I do not have enough information to make the same claim for the 1994 edition, I wouldn’t be at all surprised if it was worth upgrading from the second edition as well.

 

Capsule:

Hold’em Poker for Advanced Players is one of the classics of the poker literature. This book is extremely well written, and it’s hard for me to believe that many players are likely to master today’s games without having read and studied this text. Further, the 21st Century Edition is, in my opinion, enough of an improvement over the first edition that those who have already read the 1988 version should buy and read the new edition as well.

 

 

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Thunderbird Judi Bola Online Gaming Sells FiestaCasinos.com

Business Wire – International Thunderbird Gaming Corporation is pleased to announce that it has sold its Internet gaming division.

Thunderbird was approached by the purchaser which is currently involved in the operations of two Internet gaming sites called Blackjack.com and Bingohour.com. The sale will result in a gain of approximately US$175,000 to the Corporation, which will be recorded in the second quarter.

The agreement of sale is subject to final closing documentation, but should be completed within days. The sale of the division permits Thunderbird to focus on our rapidly growing and profitable core activity of casino and gaming facility development and management.

Thunderbird is also pleased to announce that all shareholder proposals have been approved by shareholders at its Annual General Meeting held in San Diego yesterday by substantial majorities. Mr. Jorge Montano, former Mexican ambassador to the United States, and Mr. Dave Michelson, Thunderbird’s Chief Financial Officer have joined Mr. Jack Mitchell, Mr. Albert Atallah and Mr. Alex Winch as directors of the corporation.

International Thunderbird Gaming Corporation is an owner and manager of international Judi Bola Online gaming facilities. Additional information about the Company is available on its web site at ThunderbirdGaming.com.

Record Slot Jackpot Waiting to be Won

Jackpot Mania’s Rags to Riches Progressive Slot Machine will soon break the record for the largest slot machine jackpot payout in online gambling history.

The current record was set nearly a year ago on June 17 when Sharon P won $171,893.53 playing the CashSplash Progressive Slot Machine at King Solomons Online Casino.

Rags to Riches has already topped $200,000 and will continue to build until someone wins.

If the pot continues to build without a winner, Rags to Riches may surpass the record for the overall largest online progressive jackpot. The mark was set in March when a player nicknamed CREED won $235,661.88 on the Caribbean Poker progressive at The Sands of the Caribbean.

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Maximize your Gambling Time

Online gambling can be a very alluring, very lucrative pastime. But it can also be very time-consuming. So what’s the best way to free up your time to gamble – short of quitting your job and becoming a recluse? Here are a few suggestions:

  1. Watch less television. Avoid getting sucked into summer re-runs this year and make better use of your time. Better still, get a high-speed connection to surf the Web and take up channel surfing when the new TV season starts up again.

 

  1. Learn to delegate. Time is money! You can’t clean the house, wash the car, walk the dog and keep your place at the blackjack table. Make sure everyone else is doing their fair share – and your share, too – of the work around the house or office.

 

  1. Spend less time downloading. … and more time playing! Downloading can eat up valuable game time. Play no-downloads or plan your downloads for mealtimes.

 

  1. Organize your schedule to include more time online. Get up an hour earlier or pick up your drycleaning on the way to work. Pencil in an extra hour each day for online gambling and enjoy time well spent.

 

  1. Go play with your friends. Arrange to meet your friends at a multi-player casino instead of going out for a beer. Most sites have a multi-player feature that allows you to play and chat at the same time.

 

  1. Rent fewer movies. Cuddling on the sofa with a good movie is a great way to spend the evening – once in a while. Shake things up by going online with your partner to play a few hands of blackjack. And who knows? They might like it.

 

  1. Work fewer hours. Back in the good old days we used to work eight hours a day, five days a week. Overtime was something you’d sit through at a hockey game. Cut out of work a little earlier, at the risk of losing your job (and your sanity).

 

  1. Learn to have more fun. It’s okay to enjoy the finer things in life, like gambling. Really. You probably won’t be able to solve the energy crisis anytime soon, so have some fun while there’s still time.

 

  1. Cash in those banked days off. If you’ve been looking for the perfect way to spend your hard-earned days off but you can’t really afford a week in Vegas or Atlantic City, try spending your holidays gambling online from home. There’s no airline ticket to buy, and with a little luck, you might win just as big.

 

  1. Keep your job, but quit worrying. Worrying is unhealthy, unproductive, unattractive and just about every other “un” thing in the book. It’s also a big fat waste of time. Avoid losing your shirt by playing with a cool, clear head.

 

Check out our online casino directory for a few suggestions on where to play – if you’ve got any time left. And for more information on time management, go to MindTools.com.

 

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Online เว็บตรงสล็อตแตกง่าย ที่สุด Gambling: Natural Evil (or Only Natural)?

Online gambling has evolved into a billion dollar e-business since its inception in the mid ’90s and that count is expected to triple over the next few years. Not bad for an industry whose humble beginnings were discovered in the tombs of ancient Egypt.

Earlier on in the game, dice and cards were important divination tools used by shaman priests during natural religious rituals. The luck of the draw or the roll of the dice was believed to carry powerful messages and links to the future. The discovery of ‘loaded’ dice in Egyptian tombs suggests that some pharaohs may have been compulsive gamblers. And it wasn’t uncommon for ‘common’ people to lose their shirts over a game of dice. All unpaid debts would have to be worked off and what better way to punish those debt-heavy commoners than to get them to help build Egypt’s great pyramids.

By the time the church entered the scene, gambling’s roots were set deep into the fabric of popular culture. Naturally, the church objected to any form of divination and betting for money was considered a cardinal sin; the promise of instant wealth was said to induce misery and incite hostile conduct. But that didn’t deter at least a handful of clergymen from misappropriating church funds.

It wasn’t until the mid-nineteenth century that organized casinos made their first appearances in Europe. Profits from these casinos helped to finance the construction of new roads and other entertainment venues. France’s infamous casino in Monte Carlo would attract the interest of other stone-broke, seaside governments.

In a sense, it was just a matter of time. Like those seaside casinos, online gambling first washed up along the shores of indigent resort countries. And like those past cultures, online gambling is representative of the way we live today. We’re buying our groceries online, trading stocks online and getting dates online. Gambling has made its way out of dark, dank tombs and into wired boardrooms and bedrooms. Technology now allows us play anywhere and anytime, but the overall experience remains the same. Net gambling continues to deliver the same charge of excitement. It stimulates, it offers hope and it just feels good. It unleashes our innermost natural animal instincts.

Don’t get me started on casinos that install the short-pay, downright stinky versions of VP’s that target the uneducated player – outrageous!

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George’s Situs Pkv Games Premiership Predictions

The Premiership is in to the fifth week of matches after the break for international matches.

Manchester City top the table with a 100% record and look early favourites to win back the title as Chelsea have struggled, losing at home to Palace the last time out.

Manchester United face Liverpool at Old Trafford, buoyed by news keeper David De Gea has signed a new contract. Neighbours City are away at second place Palace. Arsenal face Stoke at home while Chelsea are away at Everton.

Saturday, 12 September 2015

Everton 1 v Chelsea 1

Arsenal 3 v Stoke 0

Crystal Palace 1 v Man City 2

Norwich 2 v Bournemouth 1

Watford 1 v Swansea 1

West Brom 0 v Southampton 1

Man Utd 2 v Liverpool 0

Sunday, 13 September 2015

Sunderland 1 v Tottenham 2

Leicester 3 v Aston Villa 1

Monday, 14 September 2015

West Ham 2 v Newcastle 1

Mourinho Evens To Record Most PL Losses – Chelsea 5/1 To Finish Outside Top 4

Champions Chelsea have made a slow start to retaining their Situs Pkv Games crown, so much so that bet365 are even money about the pre-season favourites losing seven or more Premier League games this season and 5/1 that they finish fifth or lower.

Manchester City have no such problems and before their trip to fellow high-fliers Crystal Palace, bet365 have a market on their Premier League winning distance – the Citizens are also 50/1 to go through the season without tasting a top flight defeat.

2015/16 Premier League – Chelsea Finishing Position

1st 11/2 2nd 9/4 3rd 5/2

4th 9/2 5th+ 5/1

Total Chelsea 2015/16 Premier League Defeats

Over 6.5 Evs Under 6.5 8/11

Chelsea To Win A Major Trophy During 2015/16

Yes 6/5 No 8/13

2015/16 Premier League – Man City Winning Distance

GD 20/1 1 – 3 Pts 5/1 4 – 6 Pts 4/1

7 – 9 Pts 9/2 10+ Pts 8/1

Not Win Title 6/4

Manchester City to be unbeaten throughout 2015/16 PL season 50/1

Soccer – Koeman voices Wanyama support

Ronald Koeman is expecting midfielder Victor Wanyama to feature for Southampton against West Brom after a deadline day move failed to materialise. The 24-year-old former Celtic midfield powerhouse handed in a transfer request at St Mary’s to try and secure a transfer away from the South Coast, but the Saints held firm with their line that Wanyama was not for sale. And head coach Koeman is confident that Wanyama now has his focus firmly on his immediate future with the Saints, with the Saints 6/4 with bet365 to win at The Hawthorns. Koeman told reporters: “We know the future, Victor knows the future and I spoke to Victor and he’s back with a real focus for the team – if he’s back like that, he’s part of the team. “When I spoke to Victor, already it was a different person than he was in the last week of the transfer window. It’s possible that Victor will start this weekend. “If the player shows real commitment to everybody at the club, I can forget what happened in the last week.”

Soccer – Pulis hints at Berahino return

West Brom head coach Tony Pulis has hinted strongly that striker Saido Berahino could feature against Southampton this weekend. The England Under-21 frontman was eager to push through a deadline day move to Tottenham Hotspur, with Albion holding firm in their desire to keep him at the club for the time being. And, while Pulis remains none too pleased with his player’s actions, he is content to move on and bring Berahino back into the Baggies fold. He told BBC Radio WM: “Saido’s been exploited by a system I’ve said I don’t like and I think it should be changed. “The fact that he wants to play for a top team, I wish most of the players here would have those expectations and ambitions. “The problem Saido has is in the way he’s gone around it. He’s not shown the respect to people around this club that he should have.” West Brom are 11/5 with bet365 to defeat the Saints, with Pulis waiting to see if record signing Salomon Rondon has recovered fully from his midweek international duty with Venezuela.

 

 

 

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Sheriff Advises Poker Pubs To Fold ‘Em

TAMPA – Five local bars were warned to stop their weekly Texas hold ’em poker tournaments Tuesday.

Detectives for the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office visited Dogwater Cafe, Babalouies and the Prime Time Sports Grill in Tampa, the L.A. Hangout in Lutz and the Tally- Ho Pub in Temple Terrace to ask bar owners to “shut down the games,” said Debbie Carter, spokeswoman for the Hillsborough sheriff’s office.

Carter said detectives responded to complaints received Tuesday and delivered copies of state gambling statutes to the bars.

Run by a local marketing company in about 20 Hillsborough and Pinellas bars, the poker tournaments are free to participants. Players are not required to pay a cover charge or make any minimum purchase.

At most locations, those finishing first, second or third have received a prize, usually a gift certificate to the establishment ranging from $10 to $30.

Florida Statute 849.08 states in part: “Whoever plays or engages in any game at cards, keno, roulette, faro or other game of chance, at any place, by any device whatever, for money or other thing of value, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree.”

Despite the warning, the Dogwater Cafe, on Hillsborough Avenue, did not cancel its Judi Poker Online tournament Tuesday night.

“I’ll go on with the games and not offer any prize,” owner Lee Krejci said. “The police basically told me not to have the tournaments at all, but the way the law was explained to me, it’s OK without a prize.

“I thought to be gambling, a player had to invest some money, but I guess not.”

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office investigated the barroom tournaments in its jurisdiction and determined the games are legal because participants “are not putting up any money to play,” sheriff’s spokesman Tim Goodman said last week.

Detectives have not changed their stance on the games, Pinellas sheriff’s spokesman Mac McMullen said Tuesday. “But they are still being looked at.”

Champps Restaurant & Bar, at Tampa’s International Plaza, which has hosted tournaments for seven weeks, had its usual crowd of about 50 poker players Tuesday night.

As usual, players did not win gift certificates, only entry to a tournament in which the winner will receive a trip to Las Vegas.

“When we finish with our 10-week commitment to the poker tournaments, that will be the end of poker for us,” said Diego Cordoba, Champps’ general manager.

“As a company with locations across the country, we have decided not to continue because we are running into trouble with law enforcement in Michigan and the Carolinas and other places.

“I would like to continue; our crowds have grown every week.”…

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Weekend of Dominoqq Online upsets

 

 

Last weekend’s string of unpredictable results in the English Premier League has been mirrored in Australia proving the A-League remains as competitive as ever.

 

While Hull City were shocking Arsenal and Wigan upsetting big spending Manchester City, closer to home joint league leaders Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory both lost matches they were widely anticipated to win.

 

With crowds down significantly on the Dominoqq Online previous campaign and the introduction of the two new Queensland teams delayed for 12 months, it was not the set of scorelines A-League doomsayers were predicting.

 

Football’s popularity is constantly tested at this time in the Australian sporting calendar.

 

The traditional football codes – AFL and rugby league – stage their respective showpiece deciders over two weekends in late September and early October while round ball officials simply pray to come through unscathed.

 

But Adelaide United’s surprising passage to the AFC Champions League semi-finals has already propelled Australian football into continental minds this past week. And over the weekend unlikely victories for bottom-placed Wellington Phoenix and erratic Queensland Roar generated more column inches.

 

Wellington stunned Sydney by coming from behind to register their first win of the season and their first A-League triumph in the calendar year.

 

Phoenix coach Ricki Herbert had been given the dreaded vote of confidence during the week but despite seven personnel changes – including both first choice central defenders and No.1 goalkeeper Glen Moss – his side prevailed with Tim Brown rifling home a 76th minute winner.

 

“It’s been a difficult period and although there’s a long way to go, it’s a nice one given the circumstances,” Herbert said afterwards. “There’s a lot of belief in this group and this was a real testament to the boys. They really stood up for a cause.”

 

Queensland undid 10-man Melbourne with late goals from youngsters Michael Zullo and Tahj Minniecon, a pair of strikes which conjured up more than a hint of a similar turning point last season.

 

12 months ago, Zullo and Robbie Kruse scored against Wellington on their A-League debuts to propel the Roar into a 12-match unbeaten run which saw them narrowly miss winning the premiership on the final day of the season.

 

Even coach Frank Farina recognised the parallels and remains convinced his side can push Sydney and Melbourne all the way for the title this year.

 

“I’ve told the players over the past few weeks if we continue to play in the manner we have been playing things will turn. Tonight was the night that it turned for us,” Farina assured Queensland supporters.

 

Next up for the Roar is Sydney away this Friday.

 

Meanwhile, exhausted Adelaide – playing just three days after disposing of Japanese greats Kashima Antlers in the AFC Champions League – put away champions Newcastle thanks to a second-half brace from Brazilian Cristiano.

 

“They’ve gone through five games in 16 days and that’s a massive effort,” coach Aurelio Vidmar said. “There was a bit of doubt in my mind tonight about how they were going to come up and they were a bit flat.

 

“But for the boys to go out and really squeeze every last bit of energy they had in their bodies was a superb effort.”

 

The race to become the league’s leading goalscorer is also closer then ever before at this stage of the season.

 

Six players, from six different clubs, are tied for the lead with four goals apiece including 2007/08 Golden Boot winner Danny Allsopp of Melbourne.

 

Queensland’s Scottish playmaker Charlie Miller scored in each of his first four A-League appearances to break Kevin Muscat’s record while Cristiano, Perth’s Eugene Dadi, Mariners striker Matt Simon and Kiwi Shane Smeltz complete the list.

 

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Germany Weeps After Italian Smash & Bandarqq Grab

 

 

So the German dream is over. A nation awash in a party mood for the past three weeks sits in stunned disbelief at the cruel way Italy snatched two goals at the death in Dortmund.

 

The schwarz-rot-gold clad millions had finally come to believe that the team of apparent no-hopers led by a novice coach living in California could actually lift the trophy. As Jurgen Klinsmann’s team advanced and especially after they overpowered Sweden and then won a penalty shoot-out with the powerful Argentinians, the public fervour became a tidal wave capable of carrying the team all the way to the cup.

 

Had the Nationalmannschaft managed to hold out only another ninety seconds they probably would have had at least a finger on the trophy, given Germany’s prowess at penalties and the ever increasing tsunami of home support.

 

But for all the pints of smudged face paint, the resonating chants of ‘Wir fahren nach Berlin’ (We’re going to Berlin) echoing through the nation’s undergrounds, the noisy carnivals in the street that went on long into the night, the bare breasts glistening with black, red and yellow poster paint (you should have been in Munich), the fluttering flags on speeding cars and the saturating 24/7 media hyping of the German team, in the end the Bandarqq hosts were fairly and squarely undone by a better football team.

 

No one could dislike Italian football’s cynical gamesmanship more than I, but gli azzurri deserved their semi-final victory. Marcello Lippi’s men played stoutly in defence like Italians always do, but also knew how to turn the screw when it mattered with sustained pressure from an impressive midfield.

 

Their explosion at the start of extra time when they hit the woodwork twice was proof of their potency and the two goal salvo at the death came courtesy of improvised moments of superior individual technique. In attack they looked the more honed and more incisive of the two teams, producing passing triangles with rapier thrusts on the edge of the German box and they understood how to manage the rhythms of the game better than the hosts, for all their passionate endeavour.

 

Italy dominated possession almost 60 – 40, no mean feat against the home nation playing a World Cup semi-final at such an intimidating venue as the Westfalen Stadion, where 65,000 are perched right on top of the field.

 

The Germans I know were utterly speechless after the final whistle. Football can be so cruel and so painful, but we will always come back for more. In the tearful, inconsolable aftermath of another host nation crashing out following a remarkable ride of euphoria, let us hope we can see more of Klinsmann’s heroic team, who had to endure universal scorn before the finals yet almost pulled off the greatest prize of all before their lack of class was finally exposed on a stifling night in Dortmund.

 

Let us hope too that we have not seen the last of Klinsmann as a coach following his remarkable playing career. Above all, let us wish the wonderful scenes of jubilation across Germany for the past three weeks give birth to a more positive view of that nation within and outside its borders, a reinvented land that is friendly and open to allcomers. Danke schon, Deutschland.

 

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