Machida Hopes Rematch More Exciting - so do we!

Machida Hopes Rematch More Exciting – so do we!

Machida still feels he won UFC 104 bout, thinks rematch with "Shogun" will be more exciting by Steven Marrocco on Apr 29, 2010 at 10:10 am ET UFC light heavyweight champion Lyoto Machida's first meeting with Mauricio "Shogun" Rua at UFC 104 re-ignited a long running debate on judging and

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Saturday is a night for Fighting

Saturday is a night for Fighting

 by Michael Katz. Gaming Today Mayweather slight edge over Mosley The big fight is finally here, maybe not the big fight we all wanted, and with it comes a difficult choice. Oh, Floyd Mayweather Jr. should have little trouble winning, but it is difficult picking against Sugar Shane Mosley (pi

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Random Ramblings  by Fred Riecke, Gamblersdata

Random Ramblings by Fred Riecke, Gamblersdata

…Steeler QB, the infamous Big Ben (I just wrote that because I’m not sure how to spell Roethlisberger) may have an excuse for his drinking and sexing. Some people have jumped to his defense claiming that his behavior could have been caused by brain damage from the numerous concussions he has sus

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Hating Duke and A-Rod

Hating Duke and A-Rod

Joe Posnanski - Inside Baseball Mike Krzyzewski said something the other day that, to me anyway, was both nonsensical and really astute at the same time. He was trying to explain why so many people felt so free to despise Duke, and he basically came down to the idea that Duke is not a state schoo

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A SURE BET FOR UNDERTAKERS

A SURE BET FOR UNDERTAKERS

A Look Back at Las Vegas: No TomorrowThomas Lynch Las Vegas is convention central. Orthodontists go there, as do architects, computer geeks and gynecologists, TV preachers and township clerks, postal workers and pathologists. There's an abundance of good hotel rooms, cheap eats, agreeable weather

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TAKE A GAMBLING BREAK IN VEGAS

TAKE A GAMBLING BREAK IN VEGAS

The Best of Las Vegas - Los Angeles Times Travel SectionStrolling on the Strip after Dark:  Casino-Hopping on the Strip: The interior of each lavish hotel-casino is more outrageous and giggle-inducing than the last. Just when you think they can't possibly top themselves, they do. From Venice to

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“BIG SLICK” COULD BE BIG PROBLEM

Express-News No need to make A-K a total disaster Chuck Blount on poker There is no way to obtain the research to speak in absolutes. But so many top poker players have referenced it that it can be confidently said that no hand in poker has caused more cash-game heartbreak or tournament

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ATLANTIC CITY NEEDS FACELIFT

ATLANTIC CITY NEEDS FACELIFT

Atlantic City April 27, 2010 7:08 AM by David Stratton, Gaming Today Experts say it’s time to reinvent AC  Atlantic City has enjoyed a storied and checkered past, a colorful history fondly remembered for the rides, the Steel Pier, Club Harlem, the diving horse, Sinatra, salt water taffy, Mi

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Barney's Bill No Sure Thing

Barney’s Bill No Sure Thing

Internet gambling bill April 20, 2010 7:04 AM by GT Staff Barney Frank proposal still far from vote Last week, the House Financial Services Committee was supposed to hold a hearing on Congressman Barney Frank’s proposed legislation to regulate Internet gambling. The hearing was scheduled

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New BJ Method Unveiled Here

New BJ Method Unveiled Here

COUNTING CARDS LITE IN BLACKJACK By JOHN G. BROKOPP For Sun-Times Media Short of using a complicated card counting strategy that requires intense concentration and a mathematical mind, there are ways for basic strategy blackjack players to the ascend to the next level by focusing their attention

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Random Ramblings in Sports

Random Ramblings in Sports

Fred Riecke, Gamblersdata    ...This is Texas, of course. Ground has been broken on a $59.6 million dollar stadium for the Allen High Eagles, one of the powerhouse teams in the state. The facility will seat 18,000, have a video scoreboard, separate seating for students and band and a wall of hon

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To Bluff or Not to Bluff - That is the Question

To Bluff or Not to Bluff – That is the Question

Bluffing In Big Pots By Brandon Adams Full Tilt Poker The ability to bluff big pots effectively is one of the key skills that separate good players from great players. It is no accident that the games played at the highest stakes feature some of the most daring bluffs: big bluffs are a central par

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Pack Mule Hits Vegas Sportsbooks

Pack Mule Hits Vegas Sportsbooks

Mr. Big by Micah Roberts   Usually we use the term "pack-mule" as a reference to drug smugglers crossing the border, but here in Las Vegas we have our own version of a "pack-mule," one who attempts to run bets deceptively to sports books all over the city. This is a tale about a businessm

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Summertime and the Listening is Easy in Vegas

Summertime and the Listening is Easy in Vegas

SUMMER CONCERT GUIDE Courtesy of Las Vegas Weekly staff :Sugarland (Primm, April 23); The Eagles (MGM, April 24); Deer Tick (Beauty Bar, April 28); Daughtry (Orleans, April 29); Merle Haggard (Cannery, May 8); Kenny Chesney (The Joint, May 14-15, July 2-3);Paramore (The Joint, May 16

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Tony La Russa and the 20 Inning Game

Tony La Russa and the 20 Inning Game

If Tony La Russa is one of baseball’s great overmanaging artists, this is his Mona Lisa. I must admit: I do get a kick out of overmanaging. Sure, mostly it’s like a kick to the sternum … but there’s something utterly human about overmanaging that I can appreciate. A baseball manager has s

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