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May

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Professional BlackJack Tips

Blackjack is an exciting game that can quickly be absorbed, but to master the game, one will have to take time and put in some efforts to develop proper game strategies and gain knowledge. Playing like a pro is possible for anyone and with some tips and tricks, players can learn how they can improve their game and play right along with the best players in the world. The first step in learning how to play blackjack professionally is to familiarize yourself with all of the rules of the game. Many blackjack players stick to the basics-for them the only options are hitting […]

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May

28
Jets WR Quincy Enunwa not giving up on playing again despite career-threatening neck injury

New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa, fighting a career-threatening neck injury that will keep him off the field in 2020, still hopes to play again one day. But that decision, he said, no longer is in his control. In an interview with ESPN, Enunwa stated Wednesday it was “devastating” to learn recently he had been ruled out for the season. Now, he said, the only thing he can do is play the waiting game. “If I’m capable of playing, then that’s what I’ll do,” he said, making his first public comments since the end of the campaign. “If it comes down […]

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May

27
Belmont Stakes Contender Charlatan Reportedly Fails Drug Test

Belmont Stakes contender and unbeaten Charlatan was reportedly one of two horses trained by Hall of Famer Bob Baffert that tested positive for a banned substance. Joe Drape of the New York Times reported the news, noting Charlatan and his stablemate Gamine tested positive for lidocaine at a meet at Oaklawn Park in Arkansas. Charlatan won a division of the Arkansas Derby on May 2 and figured to challenge for another win at the Belmont Stakes. Gamine also won a race at Oaklawn Park on May 2. The Associated Press (h/t ESPN) shared Baffert’s written statement: “The rules of the Arkansas Racing Commission mandate confidentiality concerning […]

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May

27
Charleston to host tournament in June without fans

After a months long live-sports drought, the largest tennis event since the beginning of COVID-19 shutdowns is coming to Charleston, June 23-28. LTP Daniel Island will host a women’s tennis tournament, the Credit One Bank Invitational, which will be played without fans. The Tennis Channel will broadcast the event, which is composed of 16 singles matches and eight doubles matches. Some notable participants include US Open champion Bianca Andreescu, Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin, and Olympic Gold Medalist, Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Mattek-Sands said that the players will “fill the sporting world with hope again and show [their] gratitude and appreciation for […]

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May

25
Jets signing Joe Flacco to one year deal

Less than a month after undergoing a neck procedure, Joe Flacco has found employment. Flacco has agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Jets, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported. The deal will pay Flacco $1.5 million and includes another $3 million in incentives, Garafolo added. Flacco underwent a 45-minute disc repair in early April, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported in early May. He’s on schedule to be cleared sometime between late August to mid-September, Pelissero added at the time. Flacco spent 2019 in Denver, where he was acquired via trade to be the starter but suffered a neck injury […]

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May

22
What is the Max bet rule?

The name of the rule is quite self-explanatory it is a maximum bet restriction that is put in place by casinos when you are playing with an active bonus. It basically prevents you from betting over a certain amount when playing table and slot casino games. Betting over the permitted amount means that you are in breach of the rules and in the risk of forfeiting your winnings and the bonus. This might sound unfair to you, but it really isn’t, seeing as how it’s only normal for casinos to protect themselves versus massive wins (or losses, rather). They have to […]

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May

21
Warriors Kevon Looney has core muscle surgery, expected back next season

Warriors center Kevon Looney underwent successful surgery on Tuesday to repair a core muscle injury and is expected to be ready for the start of next season, the team stated. Looney, 24, missed 45 games this season with various injuries, including a hamstring strain, a neuropathic condition and, most recently, an abdominal strain that led to the surgery, performed in Philadelphia. He will start rehabilitation straightaway in what will be an extended offseason after the NBA postponed play on March 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Having gone to the NBA Finals each season since entering the league in 2015, […]

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May

20
Belmont Stakes to Run June 20 as First Leg of Triple Crown

The 2020 Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park in New York has been postponed by two weeks from Saturday, June 6 to Saturday, June 20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s edition of the race will be 1 1/8-miles (9 furlongs) instead of its traditional 1 1/2-miles. There will be no audiences. “The 152nd running of the Belmont Stakes will be run at a distance of 1 1/8-miles to properly account for the schedule adjustments to the Triple Crown series and overall calendar for 3-year-olds in training,” the New York Racing Association said in a statement. NBC Sports will broadcast the […]

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May

19
Jazz’s Bojan Bogdanovic to undergo season-ending wrist surgery

At this point, we still don’t know if the 2019-20 NBA season will be restarted. But if it is, the Utah Jazz will be without one of their key contributors, as forward Bojan Bogdanovic is set to have season-ending surgery on his right wrist, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The surgery will repair the scapholunate ligament in his right wrist. Bogdanovic initially injured the wrist in January, but he continued to play through the pain. Now, with the future of the season undefined, Bogdanovic has decided to make the move for surgery. The good news for the Jazz, who signed Bogdanovic to a four-year deal […]

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May

18
Overeem rocked early, rallies to finish Harris

Alistair Overeem overcame early difficulty and rallied to prevent Walt Harris in the next round of their heavyweight fight Saturday night in the UFC Fight Night headliner in an empty VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida. The stoppage came in the 3 minute mark. With the triumph, Overeem combined Aleksei Oleinik since the sole active UFC fighters to acquire MMA battles in four different decades. Harris swarmed Overeem with a two-punch combination and fell him against the cage about a minute into the first round. Harris continued to rain punches down since Overeem covered up, although Overeem attempted to scramble away. The fight appeared close to being […]

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  • Jets WR Quincy Enunwa not giving up on playing again despite career-threatening neck injury
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  • Belmont Stakes Contender Charlatan Reportedly Fails Drug Test
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  • Charleston to host tournament in June without fans
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