Online Gambling Site เว็บตรงสล็อตแตกง่าย Settles California Investigation

YouBet.com (Nasdaq: UBET), an online gambling site based in Los Angeles, has reportedly agreed to pay $1.3 million (US$) to California authorities to settle an investigation into the company’s online horse racing operation in the state.

According to published reports, the company will pay a $600,000 civil fine, donate $500,000 to charitable causes and reimburse Los Angeles County for over $200,000 in costs associated with the inquiry.

YouBet.com also reportedly agreed to refrain from conducting business with any California resident, although it will be allowed to keep its operation in the state. In exchange, California will not pursue criminal charges against the company or its officers.

The Los Angeles District Attorney’s office launched an investigation last October. The company, which claims to have a subscriber base of 11,700, third quarter revenue of $1.1 million, and a net loss for the quarter of $7.2 million, said at the time that it would cooperate with authorities.

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The settlement will do little to clear up the haze that hovers over the Internet gambling issue. Some states have passed piecemeal legislation banning online gambling, and the U.S. Senate recently passed a bill that would outlaw it — albeit with a number of loopholes.

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California), for instance, attached an amendment to the bill that would permit Internet gambling — such as horse racing — that is conducted on a closed loop. Still, the bill penalizes those who violate the prohibition with $20,000 fines and up to four years in prison, and also allows judges to issue permanent injunctions.

The House of Representatives is expected to take up the issue when it returns from winter recess later this month. Some observers expect a different version to pass, which could be melded with the Senate bill and sent to President …

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McCain expects scandal to spark anti-betting bill

WASHINGTON — Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said Tuesday he does not know if he will revive a bill to prevent Nevada sports books from taking bets on college basketball and football games.

“Until there’s a scandal, we won’t pass it,” McCain said. “The gambling interests are too powerful. But there will be another scandal.”

If McCain chooses not to reintroduce the bill, it will be the first time in six years the Senate has not considered outlawing college sports betting at Nevada casinos. McCain first introduced the legislation in 2000.

In the House, Rep. Tom Osborne, R-Neb., former situs judi poker coach at the University of Nebraska, plans to try again with a betting ban similar to McCain’s, according to spokeswoman Erin Hegge.

Supporters of the betting ban say it is needed to discourage gambling on amateur athletes. But the legislation has been bottled up primarily by opposition from Nevada’s senators, who say the real problem is sports betting that is not regulated.

Making McCain’s task more difficult is that he is no longer chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee, the panel that would vote on a proposed betting ban.

Not only is McCain no longer chairman, but Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, is. The relationship between McCain and Stevens is reportedly strained because McCain criticized the Alaskan for pork barrel spending during his term as chairman of the Appropriations Committee.

Stevens was asked about the sports gambling issue on Tuesday but declined to comment.

“Let me tell you, I do not talk about my committee in the hall,” he said.

But Stevens spokeswoman Melanie Alvord said he would schedule a hearing on a sports betting bill if one is introduced.

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Treasure Nile Win Breaks Situs Judi Bola Jackpot Record

Internet Wire – Launched just three weeks ago, Treasure Nile, the Internet’s first 9-line 5-reel progressive slot, has paid out the biggest progressive jackpot ever won online. Software engineer Olivier C. won the unprecedented $389,843.85 jackpot while playing the game at Lucky Nugget Casino on August 4th.

“I suppose I am one of the luckiest guys in the world. It’s a very good feeling!” enthused Olivier. “I plan on investing some of the money to give me some security, as well as giving some to family. I will also buy a dark blue Audi!”

This record-breaking jackpot is the third huge jackpot paid out since the games launch only last month. Suzanne G. won $104,989.56 at Lucky Nugget Casino on July 16th and Linda W. won $150,391.60 at The River Belle on July 23rd.

$685,424.39 has already been paid out by Treasure Nile in Togel jackpot payouts to date, although it still has a long way to go to catch up with the jackpot payout totals on the other six progressive games in the Jackpot Madness network. The network boasts total jackpot payouts of over $37 million, with $1,281,445.26 paid out on its flagship Cash Splash game last month alone.

“Watching the jackpot counter whiz past $350,000 was very exciting. To have a successful game not only must it have large jackpots but also it must pay out regularly,” said Marilyn Glazier, Director of Public Relations for Jackpot Madness.

Treasure Nile, an Egyptian-themed progressive, is the newest addition to the Jackpot Madness family. Featuring nine lines and 5 reels, the unprecedented progressive is already popular among online gaming enthusiasts as witnessed by the rapidly escalating jackpot totals. Treasure Nile accumulates deposits from players on the Treasure Nile slots at all participating casinos, creating constant, unmatched jackpots.

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Paris The Last Judi Qq Leg

The last leg of our Tour De France, saw us wake in St Etienne, and catch a train to Lyon, where we boarded our Ouigo train to Paris Marne-La-Vallée-Chessy. A journey of over 300 miles.

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Ouigo is the French National Railways low cost train line (their Ryanair if you like.) We (I) booked our tickets last year for €10 each. We met someone yesterday who had paid over €100 for the Lyon to Paris leg of the journey.

There was a large queue to board, as tickets and baggage were checked. On board facilities were basic, again just think Ryanair – without the garish blue and yellow.

Paris The Last Leg, Euro 2016.

The two hour journey saw us arrive in Paris just after 10.30am.

Paris was open.

Lunch was had before heading to the stadium, where Northern Ireland fans out sang their German counterparts.

We then headed off to the eleventh arrondissement, a lively area near La République, today 21st June is Fête de la musique. Where you can find bands in most bars playing live music.

Paris The Last Leg, Euro 2016.

Unfortunately for us the festival seemed to be continuing into the night as we arrived back at our accommodation.

The next day, and we didn’t have to travel!

Paris The Last Leg, Euro 2016.

We stayed in Paris and visited the Judi Qq at Pere Lachaise, The Crypt at Notre Dame and passed by the Louvre before heading off to Stade de France to see Iceland v Austria.

Paris The Last Leg, Euro 2016.

After the match we went to Grand Train, a disused railway building turned into an assortment of pop up bars and eateries.

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English Coaches Should Learn Their Togel Trade!



Former West Ham and West Bromich Albion midfielder Peter Butler has been coaching for years in Australia, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia.


The Yorkshireman believes that English coaches should learn the trade before taking top jobs whether they do so in the lower leagues or, following his example, in a different and challenging environment such as Asia.


The 42 year-old has a few ideas that he shared with me – over to you, Peter.


“At the moment we have so many managers getting jobs with so little experience of actually coaching and managing people and it bodes the question in the UK when we are constantly being scrutinized by our fellow European compatriots where are we going and where is this taking us long term?


I left England in 2001 to go to Australia to coach and more importantly learn my trade off my own back in an environment where personal fitness plays a big part. I was intrigued by not just the football set up but how a different country Togel went about things from preparation diet etc (Aussie Rules / Rugby Union).


Not long after I arrived, Australian football went into a restructuring phase and the A-League was born with less teams. Basically, they were trying to take it to the next level to eventually compete with the top teams in Asia, as we speak the game is progressing slowly but nicely.


I learnt a great deal and continued to do so until I left and went to work in Asia. I jumped the gun perhaps but I knew Asian football was on the move. Breaking into Japan China and Korea for a young coach from Halifax is not easy so I worked in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia at their respective …

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All J. League games off as Togel Online earthquake shatters Japan



The 8.8 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami which tore through north-eastern Japan have forced the postponement of all J. League games this weekend.


The J. League announced this morning that no games would take place in J1 or J2 over the weekend, with early reports suggesting some grounds may have suffered structural damage.


Vegalta Sendai were due to host defending champions Nagoya Grampus at Yurtec Sendai Stadium on Saturday, but with the stadium just over 10 kilometres from the coastline, it’s unclear whether the 20,000-capacity venue has suffered damage.


Unverified reports suggest Kashima Togel Online Stadium has also been rattled by the quake, while JEF United’s Fukuda Denshi Arena is not far from an oil factory currently ablaze in the aftermath of the devastating quake.


It’s not known when football will resume following the deadly temblor, which was one of the strongest earthquakes in recorded history.


Beating the Barça blues

In the aftermath of Arsenal’s European death in the Camp Nou, the football world is wondering just who if anyone can beat the behemoth of Barcelona to the biggest prize.


The Gunners could yet turn out to be the English champions in 2011 but will not be making the trip to Wembley in May for the Champions League final. A 4-3 aggregate loss to the blaugrana sounds like no disgrace but the vital statistics paint a devastating picture – 738 completed passes from Barcelona to 199 from Arsenal, 19 shots to none.


Forget the harsh second yellow card for Robin Van Persie; the Gunners were outgunned and imprisoned out of possession for the best part of the match. The Londoners failed to fire a single shot on their opponents’ goal and only registered two touches inside the Barça box throughout the …

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Title over sex, booze and holidays and Bandar Togel Singapore



Numerous English soccer fans would be willing to renounce to sex, alcohol and holidays if that was to guarantee success of their favourite teams.

The poll conducted by Virgin Money from a sample of 2500 fans showed that sex and alcohol would be the first victims the fans would be ready to sacrifice for the sake of their teams’ results. Next in line people would dispense with are time with family and summer holidays.


The most willing to renounce pleasure for success are Newcastle United followers provided that would give their team a Premiership title. Such an attitude is likely a result of a 38-year wait since the Magpies’ last trophy, the Intercity Fairs’ Cup won in 1969.

The Toon Army are followed by Birmingham City, Sunderland, Wigan and Manchester United fans. Arsenal fans are ninth and Liverpool followers are not in the top ten.

On the other end of the table are Bolton fans, who are the least willing to give up on anything for their team to win. Possibly because of the awareness that no sacrifice would suffice.


A year in prison over a rough foul


The regional court in the northern Argentinian province of Salti sentenced an amateur soccer player to a year in jail over a very rough foul which almost permanently blinded a rival player.

The aggressive or reckless Marcelo Cil (37) was also sentenced to pay 7000 USD in damages to the injured Bandar Togel Singapore player whom he smashed in the head with his forearm, inflicting him with severe injuries.

The provincial soccer association concurred with the assessment of the gravity of the injury and suspended Cil for five years.

The convict claims the foul was unintentional and that he was sent off just once in 15 years …

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Play-Off, Kick-Off, Send-Off and Bandar Togel Hongkong



Just as the weather was turning cold in South Korea, the action on the pitch got hot as the play-off series kicked off. Some of the fans kicked off too. Ulsan Hyundai Horang-I goalkeeper Kim Young-kwang got involved with Daejeon Citizen supporters.


Anybody who has been to a few K-League games will be familiar with the scene. Fans disapprove of a refereeing decision and vent by throwing plastic water bottles on the pitch. Cue the arrival of their team’s players to appeal for calm while everyone else waits the five minutes or so that it usually takes for the game to restart.


After you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all but Sunday was a little different. Daejeon fans are some of the best in Korea but can get a little carried away. With ten minutes or so remaining of the play-off match, the Citizen were two goals down and facing an end to their season.


Time was running out as Daejeon attacked. A player went down, fans called for a penalty but the referee gave a free-kick just outside the box. The purple hordes behind the goal made their feelings known and one missile hit Ulsan’s goalkeeper. Ulsan’s World Cup Stadium witnessed Rivaldo’s theatrics against Turkey at the 2002 competition, but Kim stood his ground. Not only that but the ex-Chunnam star threw one of the offending articles back from whence it came.


The ripple that the object caused as it fell in the sea of away fans was immediate and obvious, Dozens of supporters charged down to the front of the enclosure. And more bottles came Kim’s way. Perhaps realizing his earlier mistake, Kim caught one and drank its contents while his team-mates dragged him out of harm’s way. Daejeon players, perhaps accustomed …

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European soccer leagues Twenty two titles awarded


No less than 22 league championships throughout Europe have been resolved to date, including those in the countries where the competitions are played within a calendar year. League titles have been decided in France, Italy, Holland, Scotland and Greece, while dramatic outcomes are expected in Spain, Germany, Poland and Czechia.


The most dramatic finish occurred in Holland, where AZ Alkmaar under Louis van Gaal had all the trumps in their hands to win the league for the first time in 26 years. Of the three clubs going into the last day even on points, AZ had by far the Bandar Qiu Qiu Online best goal difference and needed any win away to lowly Excelsior to clinch the title. On the other hand, PSV were in the worst position having let slip an eight point advantage over AZ and ten points’ over Ajax in the past two months.

Miraculously, AZ were beaten by Excelsior, on their way to the play-offs to avoid relegation, while Ajax beat Willem II with an insufficient 2-0 in Tillburg. In the meantime, PSV thrashed Vitesse 5-1, edging Ajax by a single goal for their third successive title. In fact, if Ajax had won by three goals they would have been champions!


League champions


Armenia: Pyunik Erevan (for 2006)

Austria: Salzburg

Belarus: Bate Borisov (for 2006)

Cyprus: Apoel Nikosia

Estonia: Levadia Tallinn (for 2006)

Faroe Islands: Hb Torshavn (for 2006)

Finland: Tampere Utd. (for 2006)

France: Lyon

Greece: Olympiacos

Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb

Ireland: Shelbourne (for 2006)

Iceland: Hafnarfjordur (for 2006)

Italy: Inter

Kazakhstan: Astana (for 2006)

Latvia: Ventspils (for 2006)

Lithuania: Kaunas (for 2006)

Netherlands: PSV (by a single goal over Ajax)

Norway: Rosenborg (for 2006)

Romania: Dinamo Bucharest

Russia: CSKA (for 2006)

Scotland: …


Incheon Bandarqq United Coach Jang Woe-Ryeong



Jang Woe-ryeongThe monsoon season of 2006 was the wettest and longest in the living memory of even the oldest South Koreans. The sight of the rain cascading off the roof and on to the empty seats at the home of the second-youngest Korean professional team was a depressing testament to that.


Some of those 52, 179 blue plastic chairs had been occupied the night before as Incheon United drew 0-0 with Daegu. It was the latest blank for United in a 2006 that, for the home team, has seemed as gloomy and interminable as the month of July and the bowels of the World Cup arena had the stale air of a dank basement. The next season – weather or football – can’t come quickly enough.


Incheon’s coach Jang Woe-ryeong could be found in his basement office, a large room that provided a glimpse of the sodden pitch and while it had the feel of a boxer’s locker room; it was adorned with paraphernalia from another sport.


The 47 year-old is one of the most recognizable Bandarqq figures in Korean football, fans are accustomed to seeing him standing in front of the dug-out sporting his trademark white baseball cap. Without it he still looks youthful and cheery despite the team’s mediocre tenth place (out of 14) in the first half of the K-League.


“Our pre-season was so short and we had little time to train together,” he explained. “The foreign players arrived late. We chose to train in China but it was a mistake as many players were injured at the time.”


The K-League is separated into two stages, the first finished in May, with a gap of three months between. During that time, clubs amuse themselves with the much-maligned Hauzen Cup competition …