First Foals for World of Trouble

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World of Trouble | Coglianese

Multiple Grade I winner World of Trouble (Kantharos) was represented by his first foal when a colt out of the unraced Sparkling Beauty (Flat Out) was born Jan. 12 at McKathan Farm.
World of Trouble’s breeder, Daryl Clark of Darsan, Inc., welcomed one of the stallion’s first foals when stakes-producing Lizzie K (High Fly) foaled a filly Jan. 30.
“The foal bears a strong resemblance to her sire,” Clark said. “She looks like she will be very fast. I am very pleased with what I see.”

World of Trouble won the 2019 GI Carter H. and GI Jaipur Invitational. He stands at Hill ‘n’ Dale for a fee of $15,000.

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Leeds into top ten after beating Palace, Cherries, Man U into FA Cup Quarters

The Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round takes centre stage this week, with eight ties to come, Tuesday night saw two of those take place, but before we go onto those two matchups, lets quickly look at the final Premier League game of the weekend which happened on Monday evening at Elland Road which saw Leeds take on Palace…
Leeds United 2 Crystal Palace 0
Patrick Bamford scored the 100th goal of his career as Leeds United gained a deserved victory over Crystal Palace to move into the top half of the Premier League table. The 27-year-old finished into an open goal to make it 2-0 as he converted a rebound after Eagles goalkeeper Vicente Guaita had parried Raphinha’s shot. Earlier on, Leeds had taken a third-minute lead when Jack Harrison’s strike from the edge of the penalty area took a big deflection off Gary Cahill and looped past Guaita. It was a disappointing night for Palace though who missed the services of Wilfred Zaha, and in fact they have lost 17 games out of 19 without him, and all four league games this season too, so he really is a big part of their side, so without him they tend to struggle, as they did here in this one.
Let’s quickly look at the league table after the latest round of fixtures…

City are in charge now, and then there are half a dozen sides aiming for that fourth spot, whereas down the bottom it is looking bleak for the bottom three.
Right, onto Tuesday night’s action in the Emirates FA Cup, and the first two Fifth Round ties as Premier League Burnley hosted Championship side AFC Bournemouth and then Man United took on West Ham in an all Premier League tie at Old Trafford…
Burnley 0 AFC Bournemouth 2
This was Burnley’s second FA Cup tie at Turf Moor this season, and on that occasion, they had almost come a cropper to League One MK Dons, eventually squeezing through on penalties after equalising deep into stoppage time to force extra time, but they breezed past Fulham at Craven Cottage in the last round to set up this tie.  Both of Bournemouth’s ties this season so far have come at home, and they have seen off spirited League Two sides in the shape of Oldham Athletic and Crawley Town, conquerors of Leeds of course, so this was the first time they were underdogs, and away from their Vitality Stadium too, so how would they fare? Well, very well actually, as after twenty-one minutes they took the lead when a lovely move saw David Brooks play a pass to Jack Stacey and he fired across goal for Sam Surridge to tap home from close range, and with two minutes remaining they sealed their passage into the Quarter Finals for only the second time in their history when Junior Stanislas emphatically converted a penalty after Surridge had been felled. It had been a very good performance from the Championship side, and a super night for the club, whilst disappointment for Burnley, who were not at the races in this one.
Manchester United 1 West Ham United 0 (aet)
United have been drawn at home in every round of this season’s competition so far, and the previous two rounds saw them squeeze past Championship Watford before their fantastic win over Liverpool in the last round, whilst The Hammers squeezed past National League outfit Stockport County in Round Three in tough conditions at Edgeley Park before they demolished League One Doncaster Rovers at The London Stadium to reach this stage and set up this tie. It was also second versus sixth in the Premier League so a decent match was anticipated, would we get one though? Well, Man United did most of the running in the opening half but found their goal-bound efforts blocked, or see Lukasz Fabianski make a couple of decent saves, one from Anthony Martial and another from a deflected header from Victor Lindelof which he brilliantly tipped onto the post, whilst West Ham had barely threatened the United goal.
In summary, though the first period had not been very good and both teams did look well off the pace, so much to improve in the second period if this game was to spark into life. It had been a bit of a brutal night for The Hammers thus far, they had lost two centre-halves, Angelo Ogbonna to an ankle injury, and then his replacement Issa Diop to a concussion, and then Andriy Yarmolenko limped off with what appeared to be a knee injury, so the visitors as said were certainly in the wars, although the changes made appeared to have improved them in the second period.
Man United had been nowhere near attacking wise in the second period in what was continuing to be a rather drab affair, and the hosts looked to Bruno Fernandes and Scott McTominay for the final twenty minutes to see if they could spark the hosts into life. The spark never arrived, and the game went into extra time, both sides had made positive changes before the end of normal time, Man United brought on Edinson Cavani, whilst West Ham sent Said Benrahma into the fray, could one of them make a difference?
It was to be one of those original replacements that produced the winning moment seven minutes into extra time as the hosts broke at pace and the ball ended up coming over to Marcus Rashford and he touched the ball into the path of McTominay who ran onto the ball and fired a powerful first-time effort beyond Fabianski, and Man United had won through to their seventh straight Quarter Final appearance. A game to forget for sure, but the twelve-time FA Cup winners won’t care to much, they are three wins away from a thirteenth crown.
Here are your remaining FA Cup Fifth Round ties to come this week…
Wednesday, February 10
Swansea City v Manchester City (5.30pm)
Leicester City v Brighton & Hove Albion (7.30pm)
Sheffield United v Bristol City (7.30pm)
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur (8.15pm)
Thursday, February 11
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Southampton (5.30pm)
Barnsley v Chelsea (8pm)
Six exciting ties to come (we hope!!!) stay tuned for a review of what happens in those!!!

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Posted on 11:48 pm

Betsson 2020 profit up one-quarter on Rest of World acquisitions

Nordic online gambling operator Betsson AB closed out 2020 with a solid showing in the final quarter, resulting in a more than one-quarter rise in annual profit. Figures released Tuesday show the Stockholm-listed Betsson generated revenue of SEK1.76b (US$211m) in the three months ending December 31, 37% higher than in Q4 2019. Earnings jumped 40% to SEK410.5m and net income rose 36% to SEK277.8m. Online casino remained Betsson’s bread and butter in Q4, as gaming revenue rose one-third to SEK1.28b, although sports betting revenue spiked 47% to SEK459m as a half-point rise in betting margins added fuel to a 23% rise in turnover. On a geographic basis, all four regional segments reported solid growth in Q4, with the biggest percentage gain coming from the ‘Rest of World’, which nearly tripled to SEK215.6m. The gains reflect Betsson’s 2019 acquisition of Brazilian race betting operator Suaposta and a 70% stake in Colombia-licensed Colbet, as well as the December launch of its Betsafe brand in Kenya. The RoW gains doubled the segment’s share of Betsson’s overall Q4 revenue to 12%. Betsson’s core Nordic markets remained Q4’s top earner with a 33% share, although this was down two points year-on-year, despite Nordic revenue rising 27.4% year-on-year to SEK573.5m. Betsson hailed the ongoing solid showing by its new ‘pay and play’ Jalla Casino brand, which launched early last year. For 2020 as a whole, overall revenue rose 24% to SEK6.4b, earnings gained 21% to SEK1.5b and profit improved 24% to SEK991m. The annual vertical split reflects last spring’s halt to major sports events, as betting revenue gained 12% to SEK1.4b while online casino picked up the slack, rising 27% to SEK4.9b. Betsson’s board recommended the distribution of a dividend equal to SEK3.68 per share, up from SEK2.88 at this time last year. That wasn’t enough to impress investors, who pushed the company’s share price down 7.6% by the close of Tuesday’s trading. Shareholders appear to have been spooked by Betsson’s comments regarding Germany’s new regulated online gambling market, which is set to take effect on July 1. The new regime includes strict deposit and stake limits on online casino products, plus a possible punitive 8% tax on online slots turnover. Online table games will only be permitted on a state-by-state basis, and many of Germany’s 16 states may opt against legalizing table play, at least initially. Betsson also noted that it won’t qualify for a license in the Netherlands’ new regulated online market until well after many of its rivals are eligible to launch. Betsson was among the numerous operators stuck in a penalty box by Dutch gambling regulators for continuing to serve the market without local permission, a charge the company continues to challenge in court (although efforts to date have proven unsuccessful). 

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Posted on 11:31 pm

Maverick Gaming Establishes Corporate Headquarters in Kirkland, WA

WASHINGTON – Maverick Gaming LLC (“Maverick” or “Maverick Gaming”) today announced they are in the process of moving their corporate headquarters to Kirkland, WA, a reflection of the company’s ongoing and long-term investment in Washington State. Previously located in Nevada, Maverick Gaming’s new headquarters will be located at 12530 NE 144th St. and will support at least 50 jobs.

“As we all work together to build a pathway through the impacts of the pandemic, we welcome Maverick Gaming to Kirkland as a partner in supporting family-wage jobs in our state’s regulated gaming industry,” said Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet. “In just a few years, Maverick Gaming has shown a commitment to Washington – whether it is through their Maverick Cares community giving program or because they embraced being the largest private-sector employer of Teamsters Local 117. I look forward to Maverick Gaming continuing to deepen its investment in Kirkland and across our state.”
“I grew up in Hoquiam and am humbled and excited to be locating Maverick Gaming’s headquarters in my home state,” said Maverick Gaming CEO and co-founder Eric Persson. “Establishing our company’s corporate headquarters in Kirkland is just one of the ways that our team is prioritizing local commitments as we expand our investment in Washington. Our team works every day to offer something safe, fun, and accessible for our guests, and to be good neighbors doing our share of supporting the people who live and work in the places we operate.”

Kirkland-based Maverick Gaming employs approximately 2,000 teammates across the state, representing the largest private sector employer of Teamsters Local 117 and the only gaming company with a union workforce in Washington. On average, its properties generate $13 million annually in local tax revenues.

SB 5212, a bipartisan proposal to allow licensed card rooms and race tracks to offer regulated sports betting in Washington, was recently heard in the State Senate’s Labor, Commerce & Tribal Affairs Committee. For Maverick, the ability to offer sports betting would create approximately 10 family wage jobs at each of its facilities licensed to allow this popular pastime and generate millions of dollars in new revenue for critical state services. A law passed in the 2019-2020 legislative session allows a tribal-only marketplace for sports betting, but Maverick Gaming continues to advocate for a system that can responsibly allow sports betting at a limited number of existing, already-regulated facilities like its cardrooms to create a new source of tax revenue, help combat the illicit marketplace for sports betting, and spur economic opportunity for all.

While large destination casino resorts and concert venues are widely recognized in Washington, Maverick Gaming properties are modest, neighborhood options for a game or a bite to eat that is close to home. Despite their smaller size, fees paid to the Washington State Gambling Commission by non-tribal card rooms like Maverick’s are part of what the agency relies on for enforcement of the rules and regulations. Maverick Gaming recently contributed $194,381 to the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling as part of its commitment to prevent problem gambling.

About Maverick Gaming

Maverick Gaming operates 19 card rooms in Washington located from Kirkland to Tukwila to Lakewood to Kennewick as well as a handful of properties in Colorado and Nevada. Maverick Gaming currently employs approximately 2,000 team members in Washington State and intends to continue investing in its licensed card rooms and planned entertainment developments across the state. Maverick Gaming is a proud employer of Teamsters Local 117 workers at its locations throughout the state as part of its commitment to providing sustainable, family-wage jobs.

About Maverick Cares

Maverick Gaming’s investments benefit local governments and communities where it operates. Founded in late 2019, Maverick Cares is an employee-led ‘good neighbor’ program that partners with other community-based organizations to support people in need, an effort made even more critical during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Maverick’s commitments extend to its philosophy on responsible gambling. Maverick’s ‘self-exclusion’ policy gives self-identified problem gamblers opportunity to avoid risking their wallets and their well-being by restricting access to its cardrooms from problem gamblers. Maverick Gaming founder Eric Persson is from Hoquiam, Washington. His company is named for his son, Maverick.

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The Intriguing Vikings Selections from’s Recent Mock

Since the Vikings were eliminated, we’ve provided TVG’s readers with a couple mock draft roundups (feel free to check out the two articles). It became clear pretty early that most talent evaluators believe Minnesota needs to improve within the trenches. In this mini Minnesota Vikings mock draft roundup, we roll with only one mock. Our reason? Because’s Chad Reuter goes three rounds (complete with trades, I hasten to add!). Let’s see what he had to say for our guys in purple.
Round 1: Jaelen Phillips
With the 19th overall pick (more on that in a moment), the Vikings select edge rusher Jaelen Phillips. He played his college ball at Miami. This is what Reuter had to say: “The Vikings had one of the worst pass rushes in the league in 2020 […] Phillips possesses a nice combination of pass-rush ability and strength to hold the line of scrimmage.” In this mock, Washington trades their 2nd along with the 19th pick to hop up to 14. Most Vikings fans would gladly drop 5 five spots if it means picking up a second.
The Draft Network has Phillips as their 29th-best prospect. They list him as 6’5, 258 pounds. They note that he was a five-star recruit and initially played with UCLA. He had several injuries, and eventually transferred to Miami. Everything finally “came together” in his 2020 season: “A balanced defender, Phillips is a playmaker against the run and pass, where his exciting blend of size, length, power, technique, and athleticism make him a challenge for offenses to neutralize. Phillips is a versatile player that has experience playing with his hand in the dirt on the edge, rushing from interior alignments, and playing in space in a standup role—which makes him a fit for all teams in the NFL.” They list some concerns about refining his technique and limited production in college.
Round 2: Andre Cisco

Drafting a safety makes a ton of sense. It’s arguably Minnesota’s thinnest position. Anthony Harris is likely a goner, and Harrison Smith is in the final year of a non-guaranteed contract. It’s unlikely Minnesota will let Smith get away, but they still need talent. This is where Cisco comes in (not that Sisco; that being said, if the singer can pass block, he should get on the phone with Spielman).
The Draft Network lists him as their 87th prospect. He is 6’0, 203 and played his college ball at Syracuse. He has a knack for big plays: “Syracuse safety Andre Cisco’s college career will be remembered for the frequent splash plays he made on the football that resulted in 13 interceptions and 14 pass breakups in just 24 games. He’s a ball magnet and his ability to take away the football makes him an appealing prospect. Not only is he a ballhawk, but Cisco’s size and athleticism are also both plus traits.”
The scouting report isn’t entirely positive, though. Cisco, like the rest of us, has to navigate the reality that his biggest strengths are also his biggest weaknesses. The ball-hawking can lead to blown coverage assignments, and there are concerns about several other facets of his game: “In addition, Cisco is inconsistent when it comes to run fills, tackling, mirroring routes in man, and anticipating routes in zone. From a technique standpoint, Cisco has considerable room for growth.”
Round 3: Trask, Smith, and McNeill
The pick that really stands out here is Kyle Trask at 78. The Vikings haven’t made drafting a QB a priority for a long time, but this may finally be the year. There has been some talk of improving at backup QB (both by yours truly and Josh Frey over at VT/PTSD). Drafting a backup with upside could really make sense. The 6’5, 239 pound QB is TDN’s 109th ranked prospect.

With the 90th pick, the Vikings address the iOL by selecting Trey Smith. It’s a somewhat unusual fit since he is listed at more than 330 pounds. Usually, the Vikings opt for leaner linemen. That being said, it may be time for Minnesota to adjust how they approach their offensive line (I did suggest just a few moments ago that Sisco take snaps at OL – yikes). Smith is TDN’s 83rd best prospect.
The final pick of the Reuter mock is the most intriguing to me. Alim McNeill offers a ton of upside. He played running back and linebacker in high school before transitioning to DT in college, per TDN. He is still somewhat raw, but Andre Patterson – the D-Line Whisperer – thrives with talented, raw linemen.
Take a look at TDN’s assessment: “McNeill is a powerful interior defender that is capable of controlling and resetting the line of scrimmage with his heavy hands and functional strength. While he wasn’t often asked to shoot gaps, he also has positive flashes of gap-penetration skills during his time at NC State. There is room for McNeill to grow as a pass rusher, but as it stands, his variety of rush moves and rush plan is underdeveloped. For a team in need of a short-yardage and early-down run stuffer that has a ceiling to develop into a more effective pass rusher, McNeill is a terrific mid-round option.”
The offseason has barely begun and already the mock drafts are plentiful. Indeed, the internet is currently the land flowing with prospects and conjecture. For many of us, it’s a ton of fun. For others, I’m sure it’s somewhat frustrating. It can often be much ado about nothing. Be that as it may, you can expect at least a handful more Minnesota Vikings mock draft roundups in the not too distant future. If you’ve got a prospect you like, be sure to let us hear about it in the comments.
This article originally appeared on one of our partner sites: Check out The Vikings Gazette and follow them on Twitter  and on Facebook for more exclusive Minnesota Vikings content and analysis!

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Posted on 11:09 pm

Crown Resorts unfit to run its Sydney casino

Associated Press: SYDNEY – Australian gambling company Crown Resorts is unfit to run its new Sydney casino because it facilitated money laundering and had other problems, a regulator said Tuesday.

Commissioner Patricia Bergin recommended several changes that Crown would have to make before it could run the casino in its 2.2 billion Australian dollar ($1.7 billion) Sydney tower.

The Crown Sydney Hotel Resort’s restaurants, bars and guest rooms opened in the harborside Barangaroo precinct in December without its centerpiece casino while Bergin completed her inquiry into Crown’s fitness to hold its gambling license.

Bergin has left the New South Wales state Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority, the gambling regulator, to decide the precise changes that Crown would need to make before the casino could open.

Crown said in a statement it would work with the regulator on Bergin’s findings and recommendations.

Crown, which owns Australian casinos in Melbourne and Perth, was granted a 99-year license to operate the Sydney high-roller casino in 2014. But news media reported in 2019 allegations including that Crown engaged in money laundering, breached gambling laws and partnered with junket operators linked to organized crime.

Crown denied the allegations and dismissed the reporting as unbalanced and sensationalized.

Bergin, a retired judge, began her inquiry into the media allegations in January last year.

Her recommendations include a forensic probe to make sure all money laundering in Crown accounts has been uncovered.

She also recommended a restructuring of Crown’s board of directors.

Crown entered into a trading halt on the Australian stock market earlier on Tuesday ahead of Bergin’s report being made public.

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Posted on 11:07 pm

Helicopter pilot in Kobe Bryant crash was disoriented by clouds avoiding fog, investigators find

The helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gigi, crashed on Jan. 26, 2020.Illustration: Getty ImagesInvestigators from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) today said the pilot in the helicopter crash that killed Kobe and Gigi Bryant and six other passengers violated federal rules by flying into clouds, where the pilot became disoriented in the air.All nine passengers on board, including the pilot, Ara Zobayan, were killed on impact.NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt said Zobayan disregarded rules that barred pilots from traveling through the clouds. And according to investigators, Zobayan indicated he was trying to fly above the fog and to finish the flight. Instead, he fell quickly through the sky, leaving the NTSB to conclude he was disoriented in the air.In the virtual NTSB live stream, one investigator described how a pilot’s inner ear could give a “false sense of orientation,” in foggy skies.G/O Media may get a commissionZobayan was a friend of Byant’s and flew the former basketball star and his family often.The night before the flight Zobayan texted, “not the best day tomorrow, but it is not as bad as today” to the charter service that managed Bryant’s helicopter travel. Hours before the crash, however, Zobayan texted “weather looking OK,” according to previous NTSB findings. But today, the board found there was “no evidence that Island Express, the air charter broker or the client (Kobe Bryant) placed pressure on the pilot to accept” or finish the flight. Bryant and the other passengers on board were flying from Orange County on their way to a youth basketball tournament at Mamba Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, California. .

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Posted on 11:06 pm

Kaizen Gaming enhances iGaming suite courtesy of new content agreement with Playson

In a move that further grows its footprint across Europe, Playson has entered into an agreement with Greece’s leading gametech company, Kaizen Gaming. The new partnership expands the Athens headquartered firm‘s casino portfolio, with the addition of fan-favorite titles from the online casino games software developer.
Encompassing over 17 regulated territories, the deal will see Playson’s entire gaming suite launch with the company’s well-known brands in Greece along with the other five countries it currently operates in, including Cyprus, Germany, Romania, Portugal, and Brazil, soon after.
Enhanced experience:
Commenting on the agreement, RNG Casino Manager for Kaizen Gaming, Dimokratis Papadimos, said…
“At Kaizen Gaming, we are constantly working towards the sole purpose of offering an unparalleled and completely safe experience to the people who choose us for their entertainment.

“In our effort to further strengthen Kaizen Gaming’s online Casino, we have finalized an agreement with Playson, the leading company in the casino gaming industry and we are confident that our customers will embrace this new partnership, which aims to satisfy their needs, with responsible gaming as the main focus.”
The collaboration is in keeping with the Greek operator’s continuing effort to enhance its premium offering, with its integration of successful Playson titles such as Zeus: Thunder Reels, Buffalo Power: Hold and Win, and Legend of Cleopatra: Megaways.
Growing footprint:
Account Manager for Playson, Christos Zoulianitis, used a company press release to say…
“We are delighted to sign with Kaizen Gaming, a leading operator with a strong foothold in the fast-growing Greek market.
“With an impressive variety of newly-launched titles and classic hits, we have continued to go from strength to strength across Europe and Latin America and partnering with innovative operators such as Kaizen Gaming has been integral to that success.”
Executive add:
The deal follows Kaizen Gaming’s recent addition to its executive team, after welcoming Julio Iglesias Hernando as its new chief commercial officer in its effort to “significantly boost” the company’s commercial and CRM functions.

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Wednesday Hearing Could Give GGPoker Clearance in Pennsylvania

February 09, 2021
Mo Nuwwarah

For the past year-plus, GGPoker has been the talk of the proverbial town when it comes to the online poker industry.
All the while, as it has authored a meteoric rise from little-known site catering mostly to the Asian market to a legitimate competitor with world leader PokerStars, U.S. players have looked on with curiosity from afar.
They may soon find out what all the hype’s about.
According to a report from PokerFuse, GGPoker’s parent company NSUS Group Inc. may soon gain approval to offer iGaming services in Pennsylvania. A Wednesday hearing has license approval for NSUS on the agenda, and PokerFuse reported they are “expected to approve.”
PokerNews reached out to GGPoker reps, who provided the following statement:
The GGPoker team has been preparing for eventual entry to the U.S. market. It’s been a great process thus far working with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. Obtaining a license to operate in Pennsylvania would be an important step towards reaching our U.S. goals.
Current State of the PA Market
As of now, PokerStars PA remains the only operator running online poker in Pennsylvania. Having launched in November 2019, that means it has enjoyed more than a year of complete dominion in the market.
As for the size of said market, Poker Industry PRO reports a monthly average revenue for PokerStars PA right around $2.9 million ($). PokerScout ranks it as the 18th-biggest operator in the world with around 400 concurrent cash game players in its seven-day average.
Both 888poker/WSOP and BetMGM/partypoker have been approved for Pennsylvania licenses, but neither has yet brought a product to launch.
GGPoker has had a license application in limbo for some time, apparently having first applied back in December 2019.
What Could GGPoker Bring to Pennsylvania?
No test launch for GGPoker has been scheduled, according to PokerFuse, so it’s not like players will be able to download the client and start playing hands within the coming weeks or even likely the next few months. After all, partypoker and WSOP have held licenses for some time without coming forth to challenge PokerStars.
Still, it’s worth thinking about what GGPoker would bring to the Pennsylvania market.
The company has become well-known for innovative product ideas, its signature software and generous rewards.
Could Pennsylvania players get a taste of offerings like Flip & Go or promotions like the thousands of dollars in rake races the site offers to its dot-com players? Perhaps the site could port in GGCare, a promotion that gives unlucky players a freeroll into flipout tournament, with chips based on how many times they stomached coolers and bad beats?
One idea that seems almost sure to be an easy import is GGMasters, the site’s weekly Sunday major freezeout. Coming it at a $150 price point, GGMasters figures to be a natural fit to a market where PokerStars has already demonstrated huge potential with a $200 reentry, creating a prize pool north of $500K in a special event.
How the company’s partnership with the WSOP would fit into its hopes for U.S. expansion is unknown. GGPoker has become the rest-of-world home for WSOP online events, awarding dozens of WSOP bracelets and a pile of WSOP Circuit rings in some huge events during the course of 2020. If both companies eventually offer an online poker client in Pennsylvania, they’ll go from partners to direct competitors.
Finally, does this mean GGPoker plans to eventually open up shop in other states such as the recently legalized Michigan market in hopes of putting together an eventual interstate player pool?
These questions will presumably be answered in the coming months if and when GGPoker launches its wildly popular product stateside.

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Posted on 10:58 pm

The Londoner Macao Opens first phase

Sands China launched the first phase of The Londoner Macao on Monday evening with an opening ceremony at the integrated resort, featuring a special video message from Sands Resorts Macao global ambassador, David Beckham.

The Londoner Macao is Sands China’s British-themed redevelopment of the Sands Cotai Central integrated resort. The new property will continue to open progressively throughout 2021, representing an investment of US$1.9 billion (MOP 15.2 billion).

“We believe The Londoner Macao, like The Venetian and The Parisian before it, will become an instant, iconic landmark in Macao,” Wilfred Wong, president of Sands China Ltd., said in a press release. “It is evidence of Mr. Adelson’s unwavering vision for the development of Sands China and the company’s commitment to invest in Macao. As a company firmly rooted in Macao, Sands China is proud to unveil The Londoner Macao as part of our continuing contribution to the transformation of Macao into a world centre of tourism and leisure. Our sincere thanks go to the Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China and the Macao SAR government for their continued leadership and support, and to all our community partners for their cooperation and collaboration through the years.”

In addition to the main lobby, dubbed the Crystal Palace, the first-phase launch features new dining options, interactive London-themed attractions, and the opening of The Londoner Hotel – an all-suite tower featuring approximately 600 luxury suites. A casino junket operator in Macau, the Tak Chun Group, opened a VIP gaming lounge inside the property.


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Posted on 10:56 pm