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Boss Media Launches Situs Judi Bola Ambassador Casino

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George’s Pkv Games Premiership Predictions

The Premiership rolls on after a week of mixed fortunes for English clubs in Europe. The Manchester clubs both had narrow 2-1 wins against German opposition but London’s Arsenal and Chelsea both lost.

In the Europa League there were 1-1 draws for both Liverpool and Spurs.

In the Premiership this weekend Manchester United travel to face Arsenal where a defeat for the hosts could heap more pressure on Arsene Wenger. Manchester United won this fixture last season and have a good record away at Arsenal.

Chelsea need to halt their slide at home to Southampton who will be difficult opponents. We are backing another slight upset for Mourinho’s struggling Blues, a draw.

Pkv Games manager Brendan Rogers says Liverpool are bigger than city rivals Everton. All the form points to Everton having the bragging rights after this weekend’s encounter but the draw remains the favourite.

Manchester City should be too good for Newcastle, but the Magpies got a point the last time they were in Manchester in August at Old Trafford. That was in a scoreless draw. We think City will score and win 1-0.

Saturday, 3 October 2015


Crystal Palace 2 v West Brom 0

Aston Villa 1 v Stoke 1

Bournemouth 1 v Watford 1

Man City 1 v Newcastle 0

Norwich 2 v Leicester 1

Sunderland 1 v West Ham 1

Chelsea 2 v Southampton 2


Sunday, 4 October 2015


Everton 2 v Liverpool 1

Arsenal 1 v Man Utd 2


Swansea 1 v Tottenham 1


Rooney 7/1 To Outscore Arsenal As bet365 In-Play Offer Returns


Wayne Rooney broke his Premier League duck versus Sunderland last weekend, and the striker, who scored his 1st Premier League goal, 1st Man Utd league goal and 100th top flight career goal against Arsenal, is 7/1 to outscore the Gunners on his own on Sunday.


Arsenal v Man Utd Sun 4th Oct

Who Will Score More Goals (Rooney must start)

Arsenal 2/5 Tie 3/1 Wayne Rooney 7/1

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Arsenal Evs Draw 14/5 Man Utd 14/5


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Soccer – Barcelona reeling from Iniesta injury


Andres Iniesta will not travel with Barcelona to the Sanchez Pizjuan to face Sevilla in La Liga on Saturday because of a hamstring injury. Barca coach Luis Enrique described early reports suggesting the decorated Spain playmaker could be out for two months as “terrible news” and the veteran midfielder will now join Argentina superstar Lionel Messi on the sidelines. Rafinha, Claudio Bravo, Adriano and Thomas Vermaelen are also expected to miss Saturday’s return to La Liga. Last season’s Treble winners were subjected to boos from a section of Camp Nou supporters on Tuesday when Kyriakos Papadopoulos gave Bayer Leverkusen a shock lead before the Catalans sealed a 2-1 win in the Champions League, and Enrique felt the reaction was unfair. “These are thorns in our side we have to shake off,” Enrique told reporters. “My players deserve a huge amount of credit for turning around a very difficult situation. It was a tough night – the second game without our best player [Messi] and our second win.” Sevilla are currently priced 3/1 by bet365 in the match betting and the draw outcome is quoted 13/5. Barcelona are available to back in the 90 minutes market at 10/11.


Soccer – Rodgers won’t go looking for sympathy


Brendan Rodgers has said there should be some “perspective” about Liverpool’s start to the new season and insisted he will be not be seeking assurances over his future from the club’s owners. An underwhelming start to the Premier League, which has yielded three wins from the opening seven games, was compounded by a second successive draw in the Europa League on Thursday against Sion. Now the attention turns to Sunday’s Merseyside derby and the chance to upset in-form hosts Everton, while Rodgers stressed his players are only five points adrift of leaders Manchester United. “It’s about perspective. It’s still very early. We’re a couple of points off where we want to be, five points off the top with a lot of improvement left to come,” he told reporters at his press conference on Friday. “Everton have done well. They are a point ahead of us. They’ve had a good start and we’ve had a disaster!” Rodgers said he did not need an arm around the shoulder from the club’s owners and vowed to stick to his brief of trying to improve his players. “I don’t seek reassurances. I love the club, I enjoy being here and the challenge of improving and developing,” he said. Everton are currently priced 9/1 to finish in the top four in the Premier League, with Liverpool 11/4 with bet365.


Soccer – Martinez ramps up derby scrutiny


Roberto Martinez has attempted to diffuse some of the heat on his Everton players by suggesting the pressure of Sunday’s Merseyside derby is on local rivals Liverpool. Everton are four places but only one point better off than Brendan Rodgers’ side and Martinez does not subscribe to the opinion a six-match unbeaten run in all competitions about his team makes the result a formality. Liverpool’s spending since the arrival of Rodgers from Swansea in 2012 is estimated to be close to £300 milliom and Martinez says that level of outlay only increases the burden on the visitors. “If you’re looking at … the amount of money that Liverpool have spent in the last three seasons, clearly they need to be the favourites,” Martinez told his pre-match conference on Friday. Everton have not lost in the Premier League in four games since a 2-0 defeat by leaders Manchester City and Martinez has demanded his players make home advantage count. “It’s about how good we can be,” he said. “How well we can start the game. How consistent we can be throughout the 90 minutes. And how much we can use playing at home [to] our advantage.” Everton are priced 17/10 by bet365




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Don’t Bet Against Mob, or Government

LOST $3 in a Super Bowl pool at the office. Very annoying, so much so that it was tempting to sic the cops on the organizer. That’ll teach him to run a betting operation, especially one that keeps me from winning.

But whoever came up with the cliché about revenge was right. It is not a dish best served hot, or even lukewarm. Turns out that the office pool was not illegal. “A pool is fine,” said Charles J. Hynes, the Brooklyn district attorney. “There’s no vigorish involved.”

For the uninitiated, vigorish is the built-in edge on the odds created by a bookmaker to assure himself a profit. Since the office pool’s organizer did not take a cut of the action, no law was broken.

Oh well. Can’t blame a fellow for trying. And it gets so complicated trying to figure out why some forms of gambling are illegal and others are perfectly fine.

Mr. Hynes strove to explain the distinctions as he teamed on Sunday with his Staten Island counterpart, Daniel M. Donovan Jr. Together, they announced the arrests of 12 New York men accused of unlawfully taking bets on sporting events.

You’ve seen variations of this story many times. Mr. Hynes’s announcements of gambling raids are as much a Super Bowl Sunday tradition as hyper halftime shows and silly dances after touchdowns.

The district attorneys noted that the arrested men included “Asian suspects” and “more traditional organized crime suspects.” What, you may ask, are “more traditional organized crime suspects”? The answer was left to the imagination. But if you go to Mulberry Street, you will find quite a few restaurants serving “more traditional” food.

Some might applaud this ethnic diversity as one more marvelous example of New York, the gorgeous mosaic. Not the district attorneys. They mentioned ethnicity to show the mob’s many tentacles.

If he had his druthers, Mr. Hynes said, government would legalize sports betting and reap billions for itself. Instead, he said, the gambling is “a cash cow for organized crime.” That’s terrible. Think of all this money pouring into the pockets of unsavory types who use it to finance drug dealing, hijacking, racketeering and inventing those catchy nicknames that newspapers like to wrap in parentheses.

But you have to wonder sometimes how frightened we should be. The mob has fallen far from its glory days of Mustache Petes and their rat-a-tat-tat successors.

Recent news reports say that the last Mafia don in New York, Joseph C. Massino, has thrown omertà overboard and is spilling his guts to the feds. (Apologies for the B-movie lingo; we get carried away.) If Francis Ford Coppola had to deal with this kind of material, he might be known today only as a California winemaker who makes occasional movies.

As for the gambling money’s destination, the Suffolk County authorities announced their own raid the other day. A share of the sports-betting profits, they said, went to open a rice-pudding shop on Spring Street in Manhattan. Rice pudding. Is nothing too ruthless for some people?

THE thing is, though, that people are being arrested for exactly what the state itself has long been doing: taking bets. Only government calls it the lottery, or off-track betting, or authorized casinos run by Indians.

State-sponsored gambling is particularly adept at prying money loose from poor people. Check out the line for lottery tickets at the grocery store. See many men and women dressed in Armani, do you? Few officials are more partial to this soak-the-poor technique than Gov. George E. Pataki, who would like to fill the state with video lottery terminals, souped-up slot machines that detractors refer to as video crack.

Like organized crime, government funnels its situs poker online terpercaya gambling income into operations that many find unacceptable. Ostensibly, the money goes for education. But that claim has been dismissed as “just a myth” by the former state comptroller H. Carl McCall. The money ends up being tossed into the treasury along with other revenue. You could just as easily say that it pays for welfare checks or the Sing Sing exercise yard or other pursuits that might lack universal appeal.

Of course, comparisons between the government and the mob stretch only so far. Don’t underestimate organized crime, Mr. Hynes cautioned, or gambling’s role in keeping it going.

He may be right. For all we know, some mobster at this very moment is turning to a henchman and saying: “Leave the gun. Take the rice pudding.”




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