Monthly Archives: September 2017

Same as it ever was as Road to Russia gets Clearer

Germany set to qualify for next summer’s World Cup finals with two games to spare?

England fans booing their own team despite a 4-0 away win that puts their side on the brink of guaranteeing at least a play-off place?

The bookmakers unmoved in their opinion of the home nations’ chances of glory in 2018 despite a haul of four wins from four qualifiers over the past four days? Plus ça change.

World Cup betting expert Dan Roebuck gives his predictions for the upcoming qualifiers.
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The Winners and Losers of the Transfer Window

The 2017 summer transfer window hasn’t disappointed: Premier League clubs alone took their deadline day spending to a record £210m.

We asked Adrian Clarke to highlight the highs and lows of this year’s window…

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A Colossal Win for Blair Matheson

Back in May, you may remember we interviewed Kit Goodman-Edwards: just one of 20 lucky poker players who each won an all-expenses paid trip to play the Colossus tournament in Las Vegas.

Kit was excited at the prospect of entering the biggest poker tournament on the planet, and hoped to take down the $1,000,000 first prize. While we’re sad to say that none of our team were lucky enough to make it to the final table, one of our players finished in a very respectable 161st place.

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The Top 5 Most Controversial Poker Hands

From the WSOP Main Event to the online world of micro-stakes, the unpredictable game of poker has the potential to tilt even the most placid players – just ask Griffin Benger!

Naturally, we thought we should share some of these moments. So grab some popcorn, crank the volume up to eleven – or down to one when Will Kassouf makes an appearance – and brace yourself for the top five most controversial poker hands.

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