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em: 18 de Setembro de 2017, 22:37
Só tenho uma palavra

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em: 18 de Setembro de 2017, 22:39
lol já é bem old isso mas sempre fdd de ver lol
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em: 18 de Setembro de 2017, 22:45
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em: 18 de Setembro de 2017, 22:49
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em: 25 de Outubro de 2017, 16:24
Stuart Bingham,Campeao do Mundo em 2015...tambem nao resistiu !!!

Décimo do 'ranking' mundial e longe de ser favorito, Stuart 'Ball Run' Bingham chegou à final depois de derrotar dois dos principais candidatos: Ronnie O'Sullivan e Judd Trump – isto em 2015. Posteriormente, sagra-se campeão, pela primeira vez, ao derrotar o compatriota Shaun Murphy, por 18-15, numa final, à melhor de 35 jogos, em Sheffield, Reino Unido.

Hoje, e aos 41 anos, é condenado a pagar uma multa de 20 mil libras (22.500 euros), seguida de uma suspensão de seis meses por violação do regulamento de apostas no snooker.

De acordo com o comunicado oficial da Associação Mundial de Snooker (WPBSA), o inglês, campeão do mundo em 2015, foi considerado culpado por apostar nos próprios jogos e também em partidas de outros jogadores. A WPBSA sublinhou, no entanto, que não existe qualquer indicação de que Bingham tenha tentado «influenciar ou forçar qualquer atividade corrupta».

O organismo estima que gastou mais de 40 mil euros em apostas nos últimos 12 anos, tendo utilizado contas virtuais na Internet para o efeito pelo que não é possível determinar o retorno que teve das mesmas apostas.

O protagonista, Stuart Bingham, admitiu, em audiência, ter apostado, com duas contas suas em diferentes casas online, mas também em contas com o nome do seu treinador e ainda de terceiros.

Número 10 do ranking mundial está impedido de competir até 26 de janeiro de 2018. Falha assim dois dos três grandes torneios da época 2017/18: o UK Championship - de 28 de novembro a 10 de dezembro do corrente ano, em York - e o Masters (14 a 21 de janeiro de 2018), em Londres.


Lê mais em: https://www.academiadasapostas.com/blog/2017/10/snooker-bingham-afastado-por-apostar-nos-proprios-jogos
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em: 02 de Novembro de 2017, 19:11
Já estou a chorar só ter apostado @ 2.48

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Houston Astros’ odds to win the 2017 World Series were plus-1200.
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em: 03 de Novembro de 2017, 23:36
E... confirma-se. Esta World Series, além de uma das mais fantásticas da história vai ficar na história dos casinos de Las Vegas como o momento em que um apostador lhes sacou 10M$ E contribuiu decididamente para que pelo menos o "The house always wins" tenha uma excepção.

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How 'Bettor X' made it a wild World Series in Las Vegas

The Houston Astros prevailed against the Los Angeles Dodgers in an amazing World Series.

A big bettor went undefeated, running from Las Vegas sportsbook to sportsbook, placing multiple six-figure wagers with little regard for the odds. A furniture salesman from Houston hedged a promotion that would cost him $10 million in refunds with big bets on the Houston Astros. And ticket brokers attempted to lay off the risk of losing millions of dollars in potential profits, if the series didn't reach Game 7.

Big money was everywhere in one of the craziest World Series from a gambling perspective that Las Vegas has ever seen.

Night after night, game after game, Las Vegas bookmakers loved their position on what turned out to be the most heavily-bet World Series ever. With all the large bets floating around, they were able to adjust the odds to attract money on whatever side they needed. They had the best of it, at least they thought.

"I had myself in some really terrific spots, just great, great positions," Johnny Avello, executive director of the Wynn race and sports, told ESPN on Thursday afternoon. "Unfortunately, I didn't win any of them."

Official numbers won't be released until the end of the month, but it's safe to say that tens of millions of dollars were wagered on the World Series at Nevada sportsbooks -- a lot of it by one unnamed bettor who went on a weeklong run that will go down in Las Vegas lore.

'Bettor X' wins over $10 million

Sportsbook directors don't make a habit of identifying their customers, and the name of the guy betting big on the World Series was not discussed. But everyone around town was talking about what he did to them.

Sportsbook operator CG Technology, MGM Resorts, South Point, Station Casinos, Westgate SuperBook, William Hill and Wynn each reported taking large bets from the same bettor, referred to by some as "Bettor X."

Casinos ran background checks on Bettor X and found no concerns. He was in his 30s and respected for his UFC action, but he had not regularly bet baseball in the past. According to a source familiar with his betting history, he won 11 straight bets on UFC from late September through the first weekend of October at one sportsbook. It was just the beginning of his run.


The larger bets, peaking in the upper six figures, began with the World Series. He bet on Games 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, increasing the size of his bets after each game.

He won them all.

At some books, he simply handed back his winning ticket from the previous game, letting it all ride on the next game. Most books allowed him to bet only a certain amount before moving the odds. For example, at one shop he backed the Los Angeles Dodgers in Game 4 at odds of +110, +105, even money, -105 and -110 for a total risk of just over $400,000.

"He just wanted to get down on certain games," Avello said. "He didn't care what the number was. He just wanted to get down. And he just didn't lose."

"The market price would be -110," Jason Simbal, vice president of risk at CG Technology, said, "and the guy would be laying -140." Bettor X's largest wagers were reportedly as much as $800,000 and came on Game 6. Sources around town believe he got down for more than $3 million on the Dodgers in Game 6 -- and he wanted more.

"We have thresholds that we're willing to take risk to," Simbal said. "We have a general idea about how much money we'll be able to get back on the other side, so we were giving him as much as we could to get us to that number."

More than $1 million was bet on Game 6 at CG Technology alone, more than double the amount of money that was bet on Game 7 of the Cubs-Indians World Series. The Dodgers won Game 6 by a score of 3-1.

When it was over, sources familiar with the bettor's action estimated that he took Las Vegas for more than $10 million from Oct. 24 to Oct. 31. "I remember guys going on runs before," said Avello, "but not to this extent."

A mattress promotion gone wrong

It was a big purchase: a $13,000 Tempur-Pedic, split king, adjustable, massaging mattress. But Barry McFadden, a Houston attorney, saw value in it. It was a good bet.

McFadden purchased the mattress from Gallery Furniture right before Game 7 of the American League Championship Series between his Houston Astros and the New York Yankees. The furniture store, owned by Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale, was offering to refund any mattress purchases over $3,000, if the Astros won the World Series.

"It's one of the most expensive purchases I've ever made," McFadden, a long-suffering Astros fan, told ESPN. "But I figured I was getting outstanding value, given that it was basically a $13,000 free play, since I was going to buy it anyway.

"Plus, [McIngvale's] efforts after Harvey were just unbelievable," added McFadden, the founder of Houston firm Greathouse Holloway McFadden PLLC. "So we decided to buy one from him, because of everything he's done."

McFadden is an experienced sports bettor and two years ago finished third in the prestigious Westgate Las Vegas SuperContest. He considered flying out to Las Vegas and placing around a $5,000 bet on the Dodgers to at least get the mattress at half price but ultimately decided to stand pat.

Asked how he slept after the Astros' Game 7 victory, McFadden said, "Fantastic."

The Astros' victory will cause $10 million worth of refunds at Gallery Furniture, according to McIngvale, who unlike McFadden decided to hedge his risk in Las Vegas.

In October, just days before the World Series, the respected Houston business mogul placed more than $1 million of bets on the Astros at "four or five" Las Vegas sportsbooks.

"They're not wagers; they're hedges," McIngvale told ESPN.

Sources told ESPN that Caesars Palace and CG Technology were among the shops that took money from McIngvale's action and that his bets were in mid-six-figure range.

"Some of them were small [casinos], some were big," McIngvale said Thursday morning. "Some of them have a little more play in them than others."

McIngvale is giving a speech at an event in California in the coming weeks and said he planned to stop in Las Vegas to collect his winnings. He'll return in December to host a refund party at the store.

"I'm just so happy for the city and for the Astros," McIngvale said. "After the hurricane, we needed this."

A record World Series handle

More money was bet on Astros-Dodgers than any other World Series that Avello has ever booked during his 30-plus-year Las Vegas career.

At William Hill's Nevada sportsbooks, the money bet on this year's World Series was triple the amount that was wagered on the 2016 World Series. The handle was massive, and so were the books' losses.

When asked to discuss how his book did on the World Series, Simbal quipped, "Do we have to?"

CG Technology suffered six-figure losses on Games 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. On the entire series, multiple sportsbooks said their losses reached into the millions of dollars.

"It was an ugly, ugly World Series," Avello said.
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Re: [Restantes Desportos] Notícias & Offtopic 2017
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em: 04 de Novembro de 2017, 19:41
Paraquem não tiver nada apra fazer hoje à noite

Excelente sugestão --> https://twitter.com/OlympicCh_pt/status/926878729439023105 às 21h CET
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em: 05 de Dezembro de 2017, 19:32
Nada qeu já não fosse expectável, embora seja uma decisão sem precedentes

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IOC SUSPENDS RUSSIAN NOC AND CREATES A PATH FOR CLEAN INDIVIDUAL ATHLETES TO COMPETE IN PYEONGCHANG 2018 UNDER THE OLYMPIC FLAG


THE IOC EXECUTIVE BOARD TODAY STUDIED AND DISCUSSED THE FINDINGS OF THE COMMISSION LED BY THE FORMER PRESIDENT OF SWITZERLAND, SAMUEL SCHMID, ADDRESSING THE SYSTEMATIC MANIPULATION OF THE ANTI-DOPING SYSTEM IN RUSSIA. THIS REPORT ALSO ADDRESSES IN PARTICULAR THE MANIPULATION AT THE ANTI-DOPING LABORATORY AT THE OLYMPIC WINTER GAMES SOCHI 2014 WHICH TARGETED THE OLYMPIC GAMES DIRECTLY. OVER 17 MONTHS OF EXTENSIVE WORK, THE SCHMID COMMISSION GATHERED EVIDENCE AND INFORMATION AND HELD HEARINGS WITH ALL THE MAIN ACTORS. DUE PROCESS, TO WHICH EVERY INDIVIDUAL AND EVERY ORGANISATION IS ENTITLED, WAS FOLLOWED. THIS OPPORTUNITY WAS NOT AVAILABLE TO THE IOC PRIOR TO THE OLYMPIC GAMES RIO 2016.

The conclusions of the Schmid Report, on both factual and legal aspects, confirmed “the systemic manipulation of the anti-doping rules and system in Russia, through the Disappearing Positive Methodology and during the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014, as well as the various levels of administrative, legal and contractual responsibility, resulting from the failure to respect the respective obligations of the various entities involved”.

As a consequence, the Schmid Commission recommended to the IOC EB:

"to take the appropriate measures that should be strong enough to effectively sanction the existence of a systemic manipulation of the anti-doping rules and system in Russia, as well as the legal responsibility of the various entities involved (i.e., including uniform, flag and anthem);

while protecting the rights of the individual Russian clean athletes; and

to take into consideration the multiple costs incurred by the two IOC DCs, in particular those linked to the investigations, the various expertise and the re-analysis of the samples of the Olympic Games."

After discussing and approving the Schmid Report, the IOC EB took the following decision:

To suspend the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) with immediate effect.

To invite individual Russian athletes under strict conditions (see below) to the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. These invited athletes will participate, be it in individual or team competitions, under the name “Olympic Athlete from Russia (OAR)”. They will compete with a uniform bearing this name and under the Olympic Flag. The Olympic Anthem will be played in any ceremony.

Not to accredit any official from the Russian Ministry of Sport for the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018.

To exclude the then Minister of Sport, Mr Vitaly Mutko, and his then Deputy Minister, Mr. Yuri Nagornykh, from any participation in all future Olympic Games.

To withdraw Mr Dmitry Chernyshenko, the former CEO of the Organising Committee Sochi 2014, from the Coordination Commission Beijing 2022.

To suspend ROC President Alexander Zhukov as an IOC Member, given that his membership is linked to his position as ROC President.

The IOC reserves the right to take measures against and sanction other individuals implicated in the system.

The ROC to reimburse the costs incurred by the IOC on the investigations and to contribute to the establishment of the Independent Testing Authority (ITA) for the total sum of USD 15 million, to build the capacity and integrity of the global anti-doping system.

The IOC may partially or fully lift the suspension of the ROC from the commencement of the Closing Ceremony of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 provided these decisions are fully respected and implemented by the ROC and by the invited athletes and officials.

The IOC will issue operational guidelines for the implementation of these decisions.

How the athletes will be chosen:

To invite individual Russian athletes to the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 according to the following guidelines:

The invitation list will be determined, at its absolute discretion, by a panel chaired by Valerie Fourneyron, Chair of the ITA. The panel will include members of the Pre-Games Testing Task Force: one appointed by WADA, one by the DFSU and one by the IOC, Dr Richard Budgett.

This panel will be guided in its decisions by the following principles:

It can only consider athletes who have qualified according to the qualification standards of their respective sport.

Athletes must be considered clean to the satisfaction of this panel:

Athletes must not have been disqualified or declared ineligible for any Anti-Doping Rule Violation.

Athletes must have undergone all the pre-Games targeted tests recommended by the Pre-Games Testing Task Force.

Athletes must have undergone any other testing requirements specified by the panel to ensure a level playing field.

The IOC, at its absolute discretion, will ultimately determine the athletes to be invited from the list.

These invited athletes will participate, be it in individual or team competitions, in the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 under the name “Olympic Athlete from Russia (OAR)”. They will compete with a uniform bearing this name and under the Olympic Flag. The Olympic Anthem will be played in any ceremony.

These invited athletes will enjoy the same technical and logistical support as any other Olympic athlete.

The panel, at its absolute discretion, will determine an invitation list for support staff and officials.

This panel will be guided in its decisions by the following principles:

No member of the leadership of the Russian Olympic Team at the Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014 can be included on the invitation list.

No coach or medical doctor whose athlete has been found to have committed an Anti-Doping Rule Violation can be included on the invitation list. All coaches and medical doctors included on the invitation list must sign a declaration to this effect.

Any other requirement considered necessary to protect the integrity of the Olympic Games.

The IOC, at its absolute discretion, will ultimately determine the support staff and officials to be invited from the list.

IOC President Thomas Bach said: "This was an unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and sport. The IOC EB, after following due process, has issued proportional sanctions for this systemic manipulation while protecting the clean athletes. This should draw a line under this damaging episode and serve as a catalyst for a more effective anti-doping system led by WADA."

He continued: "As an athlete myself, I feel very sorry for all the clean athletes from all NOCs who are suffering from this manipulation. Working with the IOC Athletes’ Commission, we will now look for opportunities to make up for the moments they have missed on the finish line or on the podium."

Decision of the IOC EB

Report of the Schmid Commission

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The International Olympic Committee is a not-for-profit independent international organisation made up of volunteers, which is committed to building a better world through sport. It redistributes more than 90 per cent of its income to the wider sporting movement, which means that every day the equivalent of 3.4 million US dollars goes to help athletes and sports organisations at all levels around the world.

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em: 11 de Dezembro de 2017, 21:47
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Jogo foi num domingo. À hora de almoço. O estádio não é coberto. Estavam 60222 adeptos nas bancadas #buffalobills

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"Bom dia galera! Não sei se esse seria o tópico certo mas tudo bem.

Além de trading esportivo to querendo entrar no mundo das opções binárias, to estudando algumas coisas por https://xbinop.com/br/avaliacao/iq-option/  e queria saber se alguém tem um material mais aprofundado sobre isso, ainda mais o que envolva moedas. Aqui tem mais avaliações e tal. queria algumas dicas melhores.

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