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 31 
 on: Today at 08:39:42 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
so the article was as follows

https://uk.pokernews.com/news/2017/05/five-brits-to-watch-at-the-2017-world-series-of-poker-27646.htm

it givesus

Silver
Deadman
Hall
Leonard
Farrell

not exactly original and obviously NLHE focussed

 32 
 on: Today at 08:37:59 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
a strong contender for the focus group vox pop of the election

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 33 
 on: Today at 08:37:16 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
Westminster voting intention:

CON: 42% (-5)
LAB: 34% (+5)
LDEM: 9% (+1)
UKIP: 4% (-2)
GRN: 4% (-)

(via @TNS_UK / 18 - 22 May)

a cautionary note

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now they reckon 2.5m registered to vote last weekend,and 1.6m of those are u25 with you gov reporting 63% of the youngsters saying they are certain to vote...

 34 
 on: Today at 08:35:07 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
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 35 
 on: Today at 08:34:05 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by Doobs
The 1st round of the LPGA Volvik is done and dusted with a couple of players shooting 65's.

First off, the top three ranked players all shot evens and are 7 shots off the pace. Whilst Ariaya Jutanugarn, So Yeon Ryu and personal favourite, Lexi Thompson could all make a charge there's someone who's odds seem stupidly out of cinc.

Stacey Lewis leads but hasn't won on tour for ever. She's had a ridiculous amount of runner up finishes including one in March. I guess she will win again, let's hope it's not this week.

Also on -7 is Wei-Ling Hsu. Her round included two eagles which will be almost impossibe to replicate again this weekend. She's never won on tour and has only one top ten finish in her career so we can draw a pencil through her.

Other people there or thereabouts include tour rookies Nelly Korda and another favourite of mine Sung Yung Park. Whilst both are capable of winning I'm against them until they do.

Ilhee Lee has a win under her belt but this years performances have been pretty dire so I'm scrubbing her.

Suzann Pettersen is a top performer and TV Producers nightmare. I don't think I've heard a Woman swear as much as her. She reckons she gets on really well with her caddie as they both have mouths like fucking Dockers (apologies to Dockers everywhere, her words not mine). She's had a couple of top tens this year and is a proven winner with fifteen career firsts. At -5 and 8/1 though I'm giving her a miss.

Brittany Lincicome won the first event of the season and then went off the boil. A neck injury curtailed a month and a couple of missed cuts. Her recent form is sketchy with a T23 her best in the last month. She shot a bogey free 67 yesterday and is two shots off the lead. She started the tournament as a 66/1 shot. You can still get 66/1 for her now with Billy Hills?Huh?

To put this price into perspective, Jutanugarn, Thompson and Ryu who are seven shots back are 50/1.

The only other bookie with prices up are 364 and they make her a 25/1 shot.

Have faith in Brittany I say, pray to your Gods her neck injury has gone (no mention of it in any interviews) and smash Uncle Billy for not being a beleiver. I've had £25 E/W at 66's, hope you can get on if you fancy following me in.

I am on, thankyou rubbish, fingers crossed. What time does it restart?

Brittany is one of the early starters for round two and goes out about 1.30 pm our time.

I'm not about until Sunday so can't do any updates sorry.


Pls ignore.  Found it cheers

 36 
 on: Today at 08:33:09 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
you gove

Britain's generational split:

Labour
18-24 59%
65+ 19%

Conservative
18-24 19%
65+ 67%

Corbyn hoping the young turnout and vote...

 37 
 on: Today at 08:32:43 AM 
Started by Cavey007 - Last post by Cavey007
My brother has been speculating in crypto currency for a while now, and has built up a nice portfolio of them. He is convinced that a few will stand the test of time and become mainstream. I wasn't sure about Bitcoin because of how anonymous it is and thought the Feds would shut it down somehow, but this looks less likely as time goes by.

My brother has been telling me I should invest in some but the daily swings are huge. Scarily so. Often 20%+. The other week I gave him £100 to invest in the latest one he was sending g me articles about: Etherium. I don't understand it but chucked him £100 to invest. This has already doubled. But i think I'll be holding out for it hitting five figures, or busting.

Perhaps I should throw a few more darts as my brother is pretty sharp at this sort of thing-he got me into poker 15 years ago after all and that was quite lucrative.

Here is the latest article about Etherium he sent me this morning:

http://m.nasdaq.com/article/the-rise-of-ethereum-cm794082

It's been this week that's done it. Other than that it was all fairly low and level. Bitcoin is up about 600 quid in a week, and I think that's brought up all the other currencies. Unfortunately think it's a little late to get any instant profit, I think it's more likely it'll crash again now. It's hovering around £2k per bitcoin at the moment.

The smaller ones do seem to be a lot more volatile. The reddcoin I had was up to. 0.00000097 now to to 67, I sold a large share of mine at 0.0000078 for half a bit coin. So did ok from them.

Ethereum is one i had heard about this week which sounds like it's going to do pretty well, but who knows. It's all a bit of a weird subject really

 38 
 on: Today at 08:32:26 AM 
Started by TightEnd - Last post by TightEnd
And that polll was taken post Manchester bombing, which was supposedly going to harden Tory support.

We are living in very strange times.

Correction. The poll was taken pre Manchester.

don't think thats correct,its taken tuesday/wednesday

 39 
 on: Today at 08:21:31 AM 
Started by The Camel - Last post by DropTheHammer
But then would someone get two years for just being caught smoking, or does it have to cause a fire to be serious enough for the 2 years?

 40 
 on: Today at 08:19:39 AM 
Started by Cavey007 - Last post by DropTheHammer
My brother has been speculating in crypto currency for a while now, and has built up a nice portfolio of them. He is convinced that a few will stand the test of time and become mainstream. I wasn't sure about Bitcoin because of how anonymous it is and thought the Feds would shut it down somehow, but this looks less likely as time goes by.

My brother has been telling me I should invest in some but the daily swings are huge. Scarily so. Often 20%+. The other week I gave him £100 to invest in the latest one he was sending g me articles about: Etherium. I don't understand it but chucked him £100 to invest. This has already doubled. But i think I'll be holding out for it hitting five figures, or busting.

Perhaps I should throw a few more darts as my brother is pretty sharp at this sort of thing-he got me into poker 15 years ago after all and that was quite lucrative.

Here is the latest article about Etherium he sent me this morning:

http://m.nasdaq.com/article/the-rise-of-ethereum-cm794082

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