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Larry Grossman’s Show Now Available at CardPlayer.com

Larry Grossman’s You Can Bet On It! is now in its 15th season, and you can listen to all the shows at CardPlayer.com. The shows are archived for your online listening pleasure. Each live show is available in the archives within 15 minutes of broadcast. Join the veteran broadcast anchor of Las Vegas talk radio fame on CardPlayer.com as he interviews professionals in poker, sports handicapping, and casino gaming. Recent guests have included Howard Schwartz, the owner of the Gambler’s Book Shop; Card Player President Jeff Shulman; Lem Banker, perhaps the world’s most famous football handicapper; Chuck Sippl, senior editor of the Gold Sheet, football handicapper, and Card Player columnist; and tournament poker player Diego Cordovez. Part of the Wednesday broadcast is always dedicated to poker, so be sure to listen to the last half of the show for poker-related guests and topics. The entire 14th season is in the archives, so you can listen to shows featuring interviews with Paul Phillips, Doug Dalton, Mike Sexton, “Sugar” Ray Leonard, and many others. (You’ll need RealPlayer to listen. There’s a link to download the player if you don’t have it.)

 

Card Player Europe to Debut

 

Card Player Magazine is proud to announce the launch of its European edition. Jesse May, the European “Voice of Poker,” will be the European bureau chief. Card Player Europe will be distributed free in major poker rooms throughout Europe starting this September.

 

The European edition will be a monthly publication. Advertising will be sold separately from the U.S. version, enabling advertisers to target European readers with their products, services, and announcements. Card Player Europe will feature extensive European tournament coverage, including photos and event-by-event accounts, as well as information about upcoming competitions.

 

Card Player Europe will also include game tips, feature stories, player profiles, monthly columns, guest commentary, and much more, all aimed at the European audience.

 

May is uniquely suited for his position. He was the host and lead commentator of the UK television hit Late Night Poker Online Pkv Games Poker through all of its six seasons. An accomplished …

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George’s QQ Online Pkv Premiership Predictions

Leicester City are just a win away from lifting their first ever Premier League title and they could do it in style when they visit Manchester United on Sunday.

Tottenham’s home draw with WBA on Monday night after the Tigers had thrashed Swansea at the weekend means that Leicester are now in poll position.

United are hardly easy prey as they are still in the chase for a top four finish as they strive to overtake Manchester City or Arsenal to confirm Champions League football next season.

Liverpool face Southampton away in an intriguing fixture while at the bottom there are crunch games for Newcastle at home to QQ Online Pkv Cup finalists Crystal Palace (surely a home win with the Eagles’ eyes on Wembley) and Sunderland at Stoke. Norwich play Arsenal away and will be hoping that some of the home support’s disillusion with Arsene Wenger’s management affects the home team – a factor Wenger says has cost his time the title.

Saturday, 30 April 2016

Everton 2 v Bournemouth 1

Newcastle 2 v Crystal Palace 0

Stoke 1 v Sunderland 2

Watford 2 v Aston Villa 0

West Brom 1 v West Ham 0

Arsenal 2 v Norwich 0

Sunday, 1 May 2016

Swansea 0 v Liverpool 1

Man Utd 2 v Leicester 0

Southampton 1 v Man City 1

Monday, 2 May 2016

Chelsea 2 v Tottenham 2

Arsenal 1/4 Not To Win Premier League Until At Least 2020

Arsenal fans may vent their frustration at the weekend as another year goes by without a Premier League challenge, worsened season by the prospect of Spurs finishing above them for the first time since 1995.

It doesn’t look like getting any better any time soon for Gunners fans with bet365 quoting 1/4 about them not winning the league until at least 2020.

Arsene Wenger’s side are 1/14 for their usual Top 4 finish and 11/4 to finish the latest round of fixtures as the highest scorers in the Premier League.

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Seoul Back Down To Earth Before Toto Hk Gamba Game

 

 

South Korea’s two best teams had nights to remember in the opening round of Asian Champions League and face very different tests on matchday two this week. FC Seoul and Suwon Samsung Bluewings have also had mixed fortunes in the fledgling K-League season so far.

 

Seoul’s early season form got the headline writers in Korea far too excited. The capital club did impress by winning the first game at Chunnam Dragons by six goals to one. No K-League team scored six in the whole of 2008. Here was Seoul doing it on the first afternoon of the season.

 

Then coach Senol Gunes took his team to deepest Toto Hk Sumatra to play Sriwijaya of Palembang on Tuesday in the Asian club competition. In front of a passionate local crowd and temperatures a good deal higher than those left behind, the Koreans won 4-2. In truth the game was a little easier than the scoreline suggests. Only at 3-0 and with the end in sight did Seoul’s concentration waver.

 

Ten goals in two game led to headlines that were premature even by Gwanghwamun’s standards. “Gunes’ magic” went some and others were equally complimentary. The coach was quick to say that there was still a long way to go.

 

The last time he was lauded so early in the season was in 2007. Just after his arrival he led Seoul to three successive wins at the start of the season. Finally, the media said, here is a foreigner who can make a difference. Seoul then scored just one goal in the next nine matches.

 

If Gunes wasn’t keeping feet on the ground before last weekend, he is now. New K-League team Gangwon FC shocked the host by winning 2-1 on Saturday in a very chilly Seoul World Cup Stadium. The late goal caused scenes of unbridled joy among the orange-clad followers of the eastern club and also put the team on top of the league.

 

Gunes may be regretting his decision not to start with stars such as Ki Sung-yung, Lee Chung-yung, Kim Chi-woo …

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FC Seoul Are Out And Judi Online Deposit Pulsa Senol Gunes Is Off

 

 

With the benefit of hindsight it was written in the stars that FC Seoul’s season would end last Saturday after losing to Chunnam Dragons in the first round of the K-league’s championship play-offs.

 

Seoul thought they shouldn’t have needed to play Judi Online Deposit Pulsa the match at all. The capital club spent the whole season slugging it out with Jeonbuk Motors at the top of the K-League and expected to go straight to the final, or at least, the semi-final.

 

That all changed on the last day of the season as Seoul conceded a last-minute goal at home to Chunnam Dragons. That 1-1 tie saw Seoul slip into third. That finish meant Seoul had to negotiate the entire play-off series.

 

As luck would have it, the first play-off opponent was Chunnam. And Chunnam was the last. For Seoul, it is very much a case of what might have been. For much of the season, the red-and-blacks looked the likeliest champion but when the push came to the shove, the team didn’t quite have the indefinable quality that champions need – the ability to dig in and fight for everything.

 

The game again finished 1-1 after 90 minutes. Seoul’s penalty area was the least crowded place in the whole city after 12 minutes and Chunnam striker Lee Gyu-ro took advantage to fire a fierce shot low into the home net. Three minutes later however, Seoul drew level. A delightfully measured slide-rule pass from Ki Sung-yong gave Jung Jo-gook an easy chance from close range.

 

The excitement didn’t last and the game drifted towards penalties. Two Seoul players missed the target completely – Kim Sung-yung and, dismally, Lee Jong-min. Ki Sung-yong saw his kick well-saved. It was the last action for Ki in the Seoul shirt. He has already signed for Scottish giants Celtic in a $4 million deal and heads to Glasgow at the end of the year.

 

Kwak Tae-whi scored the winning penalty. The international defender has spent much of the season battling injury but was fresh as a daisy as …

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Europe’s teen talent Pengeluaran HK shines in France

 

 

With the World Cup exposing a number of ageing European teams in need of new blood, a glimpse of the immediate future can be seen at the 2010 UEFA U-19 Championship, taking place in France at the moment.

 

Reigning champions Ukraine, who hosted the 2009 edition, failed to qualify, but hosts France have stormed into the last four, trouncing the Pengeluaran HK Netherlands 4-1 and Austria 5-0. Joining them from group A are England, who beat Austria 3-2, drew 1-1 with France and lost 0-1 to the Dutch.

 

Although the French are the tournament’s highest scorers, top of the points charts are surprise, surprise, Spain, the only unbeaten team. The Spanish U19s defeated Croatia and Portugal 2-1 before a comfortable 3-0 dismissal of Italy.

 

Top of the goal charts with three strikes are Liverpool’s Spanish prodigy Daniel Pacheco and Croatian midfielder Zvonko Pamic, who plays for Freiburg in Germany.

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  1. League Results July 25 2010.

Sunday 25 July

 

Kawasaki Frontale 1 Kyoto Sanga 0

Shonan Bellmare 1 FC Tokyo 3

Vissel Kobe 3 Omiya Ardija 1

 

Saturday 24 July

 

Urawa Reds 0 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1

Jubilo Iwata 2 Kashima Antlers 3

Cerezo Osaka 3 Montedio Yamagata 0

Vegalta Sendai 2 Albirex Niigata 3

Yokohama F Marinos 1 Gamba Osaka 0

Nagoya Grampus 3 Shimizu S-Pulse 3

 

J.League Table

 

Kashima Antlers P 14 Pts 30

Shimizu S-Pulse P 14 Pts 27

Nagoya Grampus P 14 Pts 26

Kawasaki Frontale P 14 Pts 24

Cerezo Osaka P 14 Pts 23

Hiroshima P 14 Pts 22

 

Leading Scorers

 

Josh Kennedy, Nagoya Grampus 9

Shoki Hirai, Gamba Osaka 8

Edmilson, Urawa Reds 7

Renatinho, Kawasaki Frontale 7

Kazuma Watanabe, Yokohama F Marinos 7

Ryoichi Maeda, Jubilo Iwata 7

Shinji Kagawa, Cerezo Osaka 7

Marcio Richardes, Albirex Niigata 7

 

Nagoya vs Shimizu lives up to all the hype

 

Vegemite is a common sight on the shelves at Japanese speciality store Kaldi Coffee Farm, and there was another slice of Australia on display in downtown Nagoya …

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Dutch Double Does For Korea Bandar Poker Online

 

 

National anthems Korea-Holland in Seoul

Games against the Netherlands are often ones to remember and last Saturday night in Seoul was no different for hosts South Korea.

 

The game was arranged to mark the five-year anniversary of the start of the 2002 World Cup, which was of course, hosted by Korea and Japan.

 

The Netherlands didn’t even qualify for that competition while South Korea, coached by Guus Hiddink and assistant Pim Verbeek, reached the semi-finals.

 

Dutch coach Marco van Basten

 

Despite that non-appearance, Holland are still part of the footballing elite and were expected to defeat the Asians. They did just that with a 2-0 victory. The Dutch may have been without the likes of Clarence Seedorf, Arjen Van Robben and Edwin van der Sar but the squad that traveled east was still a skilful one.

 

Korea were missing their Premier League quarter of Park Ji-sung, Lee Young-pyo (sitting in the commentary box instead), Seol Ki-hyeon and Lee Dong-gook. The strength in depth of the Taeguk Warriors doesn’t, unfortunately, match that of the Europeans.

 

Lee Young-pyo in an unfamiliar pose

 

Rafael van der Vaart got a goal in each half, the first a penalty, to silence the home fans. The second came with 18 minutes remaining and Korea’s subsequent lack of fight and energy annoyed their Dutch coach Pim Verbeek who launched a scathing attack on the administrators of the K-League.

 

“I can’t believe the K-League organized a cup semi-final three days before a national team game,” said Verbeek after the game.

 

“If that’s how they want to treat the national Bandar Poker Online team then we need to have serious discussions. It is stupid, disrespectful and bad for Korean football.”

 

“It’s the first time in my life that I have seen a Korean team lose so much energy at the end of the game. They have played 22 games in less than three months. The players were tired and after it became 2-0, they were finished.”

 

Verbeek was not finished there and when asked why he …

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The Bubble Dominoqq Boy

 

 

Even a betting genius can occasionally have a bad week. After receiving an ultimatum from the wife, “It’s either betting or me.” I immediately had a lumpy bet on Chelsea to beat Betis. To make matters even worse, the threat turned out to be very much like the wife; idle.

 

Sir Alex Ferguson has also had a week he’d rather forget. On a Dominoqq disastrous trip to the Riverside, United found themselves 3-0 down at half-time. Fergie turned the hair-dryer up to full blast, but the players were just as wet in the 2nd half.

 

Two days later, a Roy Keane interview severely criticised Rio, Fletcher, Miller, O’Shea, Richardson and Alan Smith, he obviously forgot about Paul Scholes.

 

With team morale shattered, a midweek defeat in the Champions League was almost inevitable. The Manchester United era of domination is officially over thanks to Mr Keane’s tirade, the bubble has well and truly burst, and all it took was one prick. Chelsea are a confident pick at 5/4 to add to Fergie’s week of woe.

 

Jose Mourinho used the word ‘voyeur’ to describe Arsene Wenger this week, which is somewhat unfair; I don’t think anybody has derived any real pleasure from watching Chelsea this season.

 

The smile can return to Wenger’s face this weekend when they take on Sunderland; Arsenal’s reserves won 3-0 at the Stadium of Light in the Carling Cup, imagine what the first-team will do at Highbury.

 

Charlton are the only team in England with a 100% record on the road, but that stat will come under threat at Ewood Park. Blackburn are a team in Mark Hughes’ image, last week he received a red card for kicking a bag, in all fairness, we’ve all been there.

 

Craig Bellamy has scored three goals in three games since he returned from injury, the wild Rovers are extremely backable at 5/4.

 

Alan Shearer came off the bench to score against the Albion last time out; (He’s not the first footballer to be dropped by Graeme Souness.) the Geordie legend has …

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When winning Bandar Togel Online isn’t enough.

 

 

The past week has bought victories for Australia’s senior side as well as its under-23s who booked a berth at next year’s Beijing Olympics on Wednesday with a hard-fought 1-1 draw in North Korea. The Young Socceroos, the country’s under-20s team, also won three out of four AFC qualifying matches to guarantee a spot in the 2008 Asian Youth Championships earlier this month.

 

But the heavy shadow darkening Australia’s dreams of reaching the 2010 World Cup refuses to lift.

 

Australia’s search for Guus Hiddink’s long-term replacement has been rather like watching an English League One relegation scrap. Lots of running through mud chasing endless lost causes only for your star striker to miss a stoppage time penalty with seconds remaining.

 

This week, after a year-and-a-half’s worth of wild goose chases around the major European cities, Dick Advocaat reneged on his agreement to coach the Socceroos.

 

Depending on who you believe, a written Bandar Togel Online contract to take charge of Australia from February’s World Cup qualifiers onwards either was or wasn’t broken by Advocaat’s decision to agree a yearlong extension with Russian champions Zenit St Petersburg. Tellingly, though, the Russians are expecting a financial backlash.

 

“Yes, he will remain here in St Petersburg,” Zenit director Konstantin Sarsania told the Reuters news agency. “The only matter left to resolve is the compensation package to the Australians but we have our lawyers on the case.”

 

The verbal backlash has already started. More than once since deceitful Dick’s dastardly U-turn, Football Federation Australia has been likened to a jilted lover in the nation’s media.

 

Under the headline ‘Advocaat turns the stomach’, Sydney-based football writer Tom Smithies went further in penning this diatribe: “In Holland they drink the liqueur advocaat as a digestif, which is highly ironic because the contempt that a coach of the same name has shown for Australia has turned the stomachs of even those inured to the opportunism of top-level football”.

 

Strangely, the Advocaat affair might actually be one of the few football stories which unites the rival codes in …

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Poker Face and Judi Slot Games

 

 

Have you been bitten by the poker bug? If so, you’re not alone. This year, thanks to televised poker games and online gambling sites, poker has replaced sports betting as the most popular way to take a risk.

 

Gone are the Togel Hongkong iconic old greasy poker players – green visors, cigars and all. Now, poker is glamorous. Heck – it’s televised, and even celebrities like Ben Affleck, Tony Hawk and Angela Bassett aren’t ashamed to say they play it. Poker is hot, and teenagers are flocking to it with open arms.

 

ESPN started televising the World Series of Poker a little over a year ago, and since then, poker popularity’s taken off like gangbusters. The Travel Channel, Bravo and Fox SportsNet have also taken to televising poker tournaments.

 

The young players on the televised judi slot tournaments are one reason the sport’s really taking off with teens and young people. Whether it’s “The Crew,” a group of 20-somethings headed up by phenom Dutch Boyd, who earned a law degree at age 18, or Phil Ivey, a 27-year-old who’s been playing poker professionally for 10 years, there are plenty of young success stories to latch on to.

 

Emily Biondo, a senior in high school from Togel Hongkong Maryland, says that while she started playing poker with her family when she was in sixth grade, she didn’t come out of the “poker closet” until last year, when poker became mainstream in her school. She estimates that about 90 percent of her school knows how to play poker, just from watching the shows. And, she said, about 60 percent play regularly,

 

Studies in the United States and Canada have indicated that about 80 percent of teenagers have reported gambling in the past year. While sports gambling used to be the most popular way to take a risk, in the past year, all that attention has switched to poker.

 

While many teens might not bet any Togel Hongkong money and play just to have something to do in the suburbs with their friends on a …

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He’s one of the most in-demand players in Europe, plays as an attacking talent for Japan and proved decisive in their 3-2 quarter-final win over hosts Qatar at the Asian Cup.

 

And his name is not Keisuke Honda.

 

Japan relied heavily on Borussia Dortmund star Shinji Kagawa to see off the stubborn Qataris in a pulsating quarter-final, as the diminutive playmaker scored twice and set up the winner for Masahiko Inoha in a come-from-behind victory.

 

The Samurai Blue were forced to dig deep after defender Maya Yoshida was harshly dismissed in front of a partisan Qatari crowd, and Togel Online Kagawa proved the difference in a virtuoso display.

 

But while the youngster was impressing in front of a global audience, what of Keisuke Honda, the player allegedly being chased by a host of English Premier League clubs?

 

Honda has had a quiet tournament to date, missing the group stage thrashing of Saudi Arabia through injury amid rumours he had fallen out with new coach Alberto Zaccheroni.

 

And having only scored once in the tournament so far – and that goal arrived from the penalty spot – Honda will be desperate to fire his team past arch-rivals South Korea and into the final.

 

Honda steps up to the penalty spot

Japan’s semi-final clash with South Korea is one of the most anticipated games of the tournament, with the winner set to meet either Australia or Uzbekistan in the final.

 

The Samurai Blue met South Korea three times in 2010, losing twice and drawing once, and they’ll be desperate to reach their first Asian Cup final since winning the tournament in Beijing in 2004.

 

Japan fans will no doubt hope CSKA Moscow star Honda can use some of his big-match experience to steer his side into the showpiece event, but it will be a far from simple task against a fired-up South Korea.

 

With Park Ji-Sung enjoying an outstanding tournament for the Taeguk Warriors, only one will be left standing as two of Asian football’s biggest names go head-to-head in …