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Aussies out on their feet for Togel Singapore

 

 

 

It’s fair to say the first few matches of the 2007 Asian Champions League has been a steep learning curve for all involved down under – and not just the clubs although they’ve certainly had their eyes widened over the past month or so. The general public, football fans and even the media are all the wiser having been indoctrinated in the ACL experience.

 

Two months ago, the sweeping perception in Australia was that all Asian sides were nippy and elusive and playing there meant invariably battling extreme heat and humidity. Some of these preconceptions have proved correct, of course. But the Australian footballing fraternity now knows for certain that it’s going to take a greater degree of seriousness to prevail in the AFC’s elite competition.

 

The Togel Singapore might be ranked No.1 in the region, but A-League representatives Sydney FC and Adelaide United won’t be anywhere near the ACL knockout phase when it begins in September.

 

Both sides have equal records at the midway point of the group stage – four points from a win, a draw and a loss – with both languishing in third place in their groups. Sydney are three points off the pace in Group E after wilting in the heat of Central Java and losing 2-1 to Persik Kediri on Thursday. Adelaide are five points off unbeaten leaders Shandong Luneng in Group G after they only drew 2-2 with Korea’s Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma.

 

This week’s disappointments fairly well tell the tale of Australia’s fate in its maiden Asian adventure. If championship-winning coach Ernie Merrick is taking notes ahead of Melbourne Victory’s foray into the ACL in 2008, top of his list might well be fitness and preparation.

 

There are some hindrances which Merrick will just have …

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POKER PRO TOGEL SINGAPORE VANESSA ROUSSO MAKES “FINAL TABLE” ON CBS’ ‘BIG BROTHER’

 

 

Poker star Vanessa Rousso qualifies for final three on CBS’ ‘Big Brother’. The 17th season of Big Brother began with 17 competitors. Now, Rousso is one of three remaining players left in the House on CBS’ popular reality tv/game show ‘Big Brother’. She will win $500,000 if she survives one more elimination round on Sunday and then wins a vote from players previously ousted from the game.

 

 

 

Before the show began airing on June 24, Rousso talked about what advantages she had in the game.

 

“I’m used to having to strategize as people are eliminated, and in poker you have to read people,” Rousso said in an interview with CBS.

 

Rousso, 32, graduated from Duke University in 2 1/2 years and studied game theory en route to an economics degree before heading to the University of Miami for law school. But along the way, she began playing poker, building up a bankroll at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood. She finished seventh in a 2006 World Poker Tour event in Las Vegas, winning $263,625 and finishing in the money 16 times in World Series of Poker events.

 

While she has been on the brink of elimination on a few different occasions, she has managed to battle her way back into contention. Earlier this week, Rousso pulled what many are calling one of the biggest blind sides in BB history. Vanessa orchestrated a plan where fellow competitor Austin would think he was safe from elimination yet he would end up going home – a move that Vanessa had hoped would help her make the finals – which she has.

 

A victory for the Florida native would be more than the third largest score of her Togel Singapore poker career. …

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Win Togel Singapore Montreal seats at UB.com

 

 

Leading online poker room UB.com is set to run a series of real-money satellites offering over 20 seats into next month’s special $1,650 buy-in no-limit hold’em tournament from Montreal’s Four Aces Poker Club.

 

The Kahnawake-licensed domain stated that its latest promotion is being run in partnership with Poker Pro Canada Classic and will begin on January 2 at 4.05pm New York time with a $215 buy-in satellite offering three guaranteed seats into Montreal’s biggest poker event, which will take place from January 27 to 30.

 

UB.com revealed it will also hold satellites on January 5, 9, 12, 13 and 16 awarding prize packages worth $2,500, which include $850 for travel expenses to Quebec.

 

“Qualify for any of these super satellites on the day for as little as eleven dollars and keep an eye out for more daily satellites added to the line-up the closer the Montreal live event draws near,” read a statement from UB.com.

 

“With an anticipated field of 300-plus players and an expected prize pool in the realm of $500,000, that’s half a million reasons to participate in the Four Aces Poker Pro Canada Classic.

 

“There’s even a calendar of regional freerolls scheduled at UB.com, which will be open to residents of Ontario and Quebec and those living in the North American states of New York, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire. Players who qualify can compete in these freerolls on January 2, 9 and 16 from 4.05pm and on January 5, 12 and 19 from 8.05pm with the winner of each walking away with a $2,500 Poker Pro Canada Classic II prize package.”

 

Bidibot.com customer wins 500th auction

 

Online auction site Bidibot.com has announced that the Christmas period saw one of its users celebrate their 500th win while racking …