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Craps Round-up

In your average land casino Craps is the game where all the Type-A personalities circle round, make a lot of noise and seem to be having a really good time.

On the internet however good Craps action is a little harder to find. Sure, most casinos offer a version of the game but there’s more to Craps than just felt and dice, virtual or otherwise.

As we’ve discussed in earlier articles the smart plays in Craps are the Pass/Come (house edge of 1.41%) and …


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We’re seeing lots of final tables in tournaments these days at which several of the finalists have played only online poker and are playing their first brick-and-mortar casino tournament. Today, it’s not unusual for half of them to be faces you’ve never seen in the poker world. To many people, it might appear to be a fluke that they’re at the championship table fighting for the title against well-known players.

 

In the old days when there were fewer than 200 players entering the main event at the World Series of Poker — in 1985 when I finished second to Bill Smith, there were 140 entrants — we all used to remark that there was more “dead money” in the $10,000 tournament than in any other event. We meant that most players had practically no chance of winning, and that’s how the expression “dead money” got started. But if you still believe there’s that much dead money in today’s big tournaments, you’re dead wrong. In the old days, you could bet on a core of 25 to 50 players to win the “Big One.” These days, you could pick the top 150 players and give somebody else the field — and the field would be a big favorite.

 

With all the poker books, poker seminars, and opportunities to practice online these days, there is no longer any room for the dead-money concept in poker tournaments. Today, everybody can play on a certain level, although some players, the so-called pros, obviously are better than others. What the pros sometimes forget is that anyone with some basic knowledge of how to play the game can pick up a hand here and there, and suddenly have a whole lot of chips. And on any given day, lots of chips combined with some …


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Holy Week, when the nation shuts down for some colourful parades of its Catholic roots, began with Spain losing 2-0 to the Netherlands in Amsterdam, provoking a round of navel-gazing about La Roja’s chances of defending their Euro crown in France next year.

 

Much of the criticism seemed misplaced: It was a friendly after all, Vicente Del Bosque had made nine changes to the side which had beaten Ukraine four days earlier and Holland’s first goal was one of real quality, although there were seven Spanish defenders in the box when Davy Klaassen poked home the Dutch’s second.

 

But Spain have now lost six out of their last eleven QQ Online matches, and crucially, three of those to big European nations they will have to overcome next summer – France, Germany & the Netherlands (twice), as well as the defeat in Slovakia.

 

Although Del Bosque’s side sit second in their Euro 2016 qualifying group and should make it to France okay, the World Cup 2014 debacle now looks like it was not a flash in the pan.

 

After six years of being ranked the world’s No.1 nation, Spain are currently rated 11th by FIFA, their lowest classification since being 12th in 2006.

 

The generational shift in the side has not been completed and the manager is ploughing the same furrows he has for the past few years, even though the team is no longer defeating allcomers.

 

With no Xabi Alonso or Xavi and the twilight beckoning for Andres Iniesta, the creative heart of the midfield has been torn out. As with Barcelona, tiki-taka is no more for La Roja, but unlike Luis Enrique’s team, Del Bosque’s Spain have not adopted a successful substitute style.

 

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They are so far in front they are virtually over the horizon and out of sight.

 

Yet despite their dramatic Old Firm winner on the last day of February which put them ten points clear of their bitter rivals, and with a game in-hand to boot, manager Walter Smith and his players are sticking to their guns that there is nothing to celebrate just yet at Ibrox.

 

There was an outburst of emotion at the end of the Pengeluaran HK Old Firm game at Ibrox. A winning goal in injury time is always provocative, but the response was an indication of significance.

Satisfaction ought to be enduring. The season remains poised for Rangers, though, as success is possible in all three domestic competitions, but not guaranteed. “We’ve not won anything yet,” says Steven Whittaker, the full-back. “We’ve still got to follow it through.”

 

The doubt is novel for Rangers, as all three of the club’s title wins since 2000 have been achieved on the final day of the season. The emphasis now is on avoiding complacency. There is familiarity in encountering Premier League opponents at least three times in each campaign, but other factors are also relevant.

 

Almost every side in the top flight still has something to play for. Fixtures against the Old Firm also tend to raise spirits. No game should be considered elementary. “That’s the Old Firm, we’re used to that,” says Smith. “But you get to this stage of the season and there’s a lot at stake for the teams. Our league gets a bit of criticism, for being so small and playing each other four times, but it does bring a situation at the end of the season where there’s no easy matches. The majority of games have a …


 

 

 

Kashima Stadium is one of the more remote venues in Japanese football.

 

Sandwiched between Lake Kitaura on one side and Kashima Sea on the other, most fans make the long-haul trip to Kashima Stadium by train, as it trundles through the urban sprawl of Greater Tokyo and out into the open fields of Ibaraki.

 

The stadium is rarely full – only travelling hordes of Urawa Reds fans push attendances towards capacity – yet it remains a hostile place to come and play, not least because the J. League’s most successful club Kashima Antlers Togel possess a relentlessly imposing home record.

 

So it was that Nagoya Grampus made the slow journey out to Kashima Stadium on November 7, hoping that a 10-point gap over second placed Kashima Antlers would be enough to see them cruise to the title.

 

Instead it was Kashima who left the champions-elect bloodied and bowed, as a goal from Brazilian veteran Marquinhos on the hour mark hauled the Antlers back into an improbable title race.

 

Kashima are now eight points behind long-term league leaders Nagoya with five games to play, but if any team has experience of reeling in a front runner, it’s Kashima.

 

In 2007, they lifted the most dramatic of league titles by snatching the trophy from a shell-shocked Urawa on the final day of the season, as Kashima thrashed Shimizu S-Pulse and saw the Reds slump to defeat against relegated Yokohama FC.

 

Kashima coach Oswaldo de Oliveira knows results must once again go his team’s way if they are to have any chance of lifting the title, but it would take a hardy soul to bet against the three-times defending champions – even if Nagoya are still in the box seat.

 

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The FIFA Club World Cup is about to take place in Abu Dhabi between 9th and 19th December. The competition sees the champions of the six continental federations compete for the title and the honour to wear the FIFA Club World Badge until the next Championship.

 

This will bring back memories of my visit in 2007 when U. A. E. won the Gulf Cup. The games will be played at two stadiums Zayed Sports City(49,500) and the Judi Onlain stylish Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium (42,056), which has added an extra tier to three sides since my last visit.

 

One of FIFA’s improvements to the format of the competition has been the introduction of a team from the host country competing. This has livened affairs and helped generate more interest amongst the locals.

 

This time the honour goes to Al Ahli (Which simply means “national’ in Arabic) who won the U.A.E. 2008-9 league title. However this season they currently lie 6th in the 12 team league without a win at home. They did manage to win their last league game on Friday 3-0 at bottom club Ajman.

 

Al Ahli come from neighbouring Dubai. I am not sure what the Abu Dhabi residents will make of that. It feels like the equivalent of playing the tournament in the UK at Old Trafford with Liverpool representing. Now how would that go down.

 

Al Ahli, you may have heard of as they were the club involved in the friendly brawl with Chelsea in August this year, accused of karate kicks, knee-high tackles hair pulling out and eye gouging.

 

I believe they were named after the Egyptian champions who also hold the record for the most appearances in the World Club Cup. Their appearance will mean that …


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Although Inter are again the runnaway leaders in Italy, the fans are fondly remembering José Mourinho’s predecessor Roberto Mancini. At the same level of success, he has a far more pleasant personality.

 

Last summer Mancini was removed from the bench by president Massimo Moratti despite winning seven trophies in four years. Mourinho was brought in order to take Inter to international glory, but the hopes lasted just until the visit to Old Trafford in the Champions League round of 16.

 

After Mancini and Moratti met last week, the Italian Toto Hk press started to speculate on a new personnel change in Inter’s coaching staff, but the old coach denied his return was among the topics of the conversation.

“Moratti and I met for completely different reasons. I don’t believe Inter currently needs a new coach, although if I were to be recalled I would have to accept since I still have three years’ contract with the club,” explained Mancini, who claims to have forgiven his boss for replacing him for no valid reason.

“I am pround of one thing, of having been the coach who put Inter back on the winning track, and I am grateful to Moratti for having enabled me that.”

A seven-figure annual salary for not doing any work may also have helped Mancini to forget the old grudge.

 

 

Rafael Benitez to stay at Anfield for five more years

The most successful Liverpool manager of the past two decades is poised to work at Anfield for further four and a half years. Rafael Benítez has extended his contract untll 2014, ending months of speculation which placed him, among other places, in Real Madrid.

 

“My heart is with Liverpool Football Club, so I’m delighted to sign this new deal,” said the …


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With four games remaining until the mid-season break, Gamba Osaka have opened up a seven point gap over nearest rivals Urawa Reds.

 

Gamba’s last match was a case of top versus bottom, but they had a tough time against Yokohama FC, eventually winning 2-1 in front of a near-capacity crowd of 19,752 fans at Expo ’70 Stadium in Osaka.

 

Kawasaki Frontale lost ground when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Nagoya Grampus Eight in front of 21,190 fans at Toyota Stadium. Veteran midfielder Toshiya Fujita opened the scoring for Nagoya from the penalty spot less than sixty seconds into the match, before Juninho equalised for the visitors after twenty-two minutes. Norwegian international Frode Johnsen restored Nagoya’s lead after sixty-five minutes, but just two minutes later young Korean substitute Chong Te-se ensured that Kawasaki went home with a share of the spoils.

 

Albirex Niigata were the big movers, coming from behind to beat Vissel Kobe 3-1 in front of 38,667 fans at Big Swan Stadium and moving up to fourth place in the J-League as a result. They leapfrogged Kashiwa Reysol, who were held to a 0-0 draw by Omiya Ardija at Kashiwanoha Stadium. That was Omiya’s fifth match unbeaten – although they have only won once during that run – a 1-0 win over bottom club Yokohama FC.

 

Oita Trinita pulled off a coup recently by announcing that they had re-signed talented midfielder Tsukasa Umesaki from Grenoble, as well as young Sanfrecce Hiroshima striker Shunsuke Maeda on loan. They had to come from behind twice to draw 2-2 with Kashima Antlers in front of 21,804 fans at the Kyushu Oil Dome in their most recent J-League fixture, although it was midfielder Daisuke Takahashi who scored twice Bandar Poker Online – including a …


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A few years ago, you couldn’t turn the television on without hearing Bob Hoskins say, “It’s good to talk”, Jose Mourinho may not be a chubby Cockney, but he Dominoqq shares Bob’s love of the spoken word.

 

Jose has recently engaged in verbal sparring with Arsene Wenger; daily ‘tit for tat’ remarks were exchanged, with Wenger playing the role of the ‘Tat’.

 

Mourinho then turned his attention to Sir Alex, offering this gem, “If I lost three games on the trot, I’d expect to be sacked.” As Chelsea have now lost two consecutive games, there’s every chance that Roman Abramovich may have one hand on the P45.

 

Chelsea are leaking goals, Drogba is suspended and Crespo is out of favour while he works on his singing career. Newcastle have won their last four matches; back the Toon Army to win or draw at 2/1.

 

If you look up ‘value’ in the dictionary, you’ll find it just before Wigan. The Latics are sitting 2nd in the league, they’re on top of the recent form table and they’ve won their last five matches in all competitions without conceding a goal.

 

Arsenal may be breathtaking on their day, but it’s not been their day away from home all season. Wigan are available at 10/3 to collect all three points; merry Christmas.

 

I was shocked to hear of the Old Trafford bugging controversy. Carlos Queiroz was allegedly heard to say, “Rooney, get on the left wing, 4-5-1, 4-5-1”. That rumour is probably untrue, this is a fact; Wayne Rooney ran the show for England against Argentina, he’ll be a decent player when he fills out. United are the real deal, get on at 4/6.

 

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Asia is accustomed to hosting teams from Europe. Every summer sees big clubs from the west heading east to play exhibition games in attempts to win new fans and conquer new markets.

 

The likes of Real Madrid, Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, Roma and Juventus have all paid visits to the world’s largest continent in recent years. After all, over half of the planet’s football fans call Asia home.

 

There is something slightly special happening this month however with two teams from Manchester visiting the Land of the Morning Calm. One is English champions, European Champions League runners-up, FIFA Club World Cup winners and all-round general behemoth, Manchester United. For more info, check out – https://senatordarwinbooher.com/

 

The storied English team have won 18 domestic and three continental titles and is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, club in the world. It also boasts Korea’s favorite sporting star, male at least, Park Ji-sung.

 

United is in action on July 24 against K-League club FC Seoul at Seoul World Cup Stadium in a game that is a 64,000 sell-out. Chief Executive David Gill said: “Our tours to Asia are always special. The atmosphere generated by the supporters is amazing. The Club enjoys unrivalled support across the continent and it is great to give those fans the opportunity to see their heroes in action in their own country.”

 

Six days previously before that however, a team from England’s seventh tier is in action against one from Korea’s third division. FC United of Manchester faces Bucheon 1995. FC United was formed in 2005 by disillusioned fans of Manchester United. These followers acted after the club was taken over by American businessman Malcolm Glazer in 2005, another …