Saturday, June 29, 2019

6/29/19 What happened in Sports Yesterday?

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In this blog:
  • Slotland-Free Play Slot Games YTD Total Won in Tournaments Play For Free 
  • Intertops Poker 


  • FIFA World Cup-

6/29-10:30 AM MT Germany vs Sweden

6/29 Italy 2 Netherlands 0. Italy advances to semi-finals.

6/28 USA 2 France 1. USA advances to semi-finals.

6/27 England 3 Norway 0. England advances to semi-finals.

  • LPGA Walmart NW In Progress 

Leaders Round 2 Sat 6/29 In progress
T1)  Paula Creamer              (-9) 
      Inbee Park 
T3) Mi Jung Hur                    (-8)
      Jenny Shin
      Carlota Ciganda 
 Sher. Santiwiwatthanaphong 

  • PGA Rocket Mortgage Classic

Leaders after 2nd Round Fri 6/28
1) Nate Lashley                    (-14)
2)Cameron Champ               (-13)
3)Charles Howell III              (-12)
T4)Ryan Armour                   (-11)
T51Danny Lee                      (-6)

  • Cricket

1) Aus 12 Pts, 2) NZ Pts 11, 3) Ind 11 Pts 4) Eng 8 Pts ,5) Ban 7 pts , 6) Pak 7 pts

6/30-37 of 48 New Zealand playing Australia Live
6/29-36 of 48 Pakistan 145/5 Afghanistan 227/9. Live 
6/27-34 of 48 India 268/7 West Indies 143. India won by 125 runs.
  • Boxing

Richard Commey retained the IBF Lightweight championship with an 8th round stoppage of former champion Ray Beltran.

Carlos Adames won an 10-round unanimous decision over Patrick Day in a junior middleweight bout. 

Raymond Muratalla stopped Agustine Mauras after round one of their scheduled six-round lightweight bout. 

Elvis Rodriguez and Joaquin Chavez battled to a no-contest after a headbutt caused the action to be halted in the 1st round of their scheduled six-round lightweight bout.
In round one, the two fighters clashed heads and an ugly cut on the forehead of Chavez forced the fight to be stopped at 2:28.

Miguel Angel Gonzalez scored an upset victory by stopping previously undefeated Saul Rodriguez in round three of a scheduled 10-round super featherweight bout. 

Christopher Zavala won a six-round unanimous decision over Prisco Marquez in a super featherweight bout. 

Dmitry Yun made a successful pro debut with a four-round unanimous decision over Jose Antonio Meza in a lightweight bout. 

David Kaminsky remained undefeated with a four-round unanimous decision over Osbaldo Gonzalez in a middleweight fight. 

June 28, 2019 Milan, Italy
Daniele Scardina's run through the super middleweight rankings continued with another dominant win on DAZN Italy. Scardina's latest win, a 10-round decision against former European title challenger Alessandro Gotti to retain the IBF International title, was featured on a recent Matchroom Boxing Italy card that was shown on DAZN. 

But the card also featured a couple of familiar faces to the European boxing scene. Francesco Patera was able to stop Paul Hyland Jr. halfway through their fight to successfully retain his European lightweight belt for the second time since winning it last year. Also on the show was former bantamweight secondary titleholder Jamie McDonnell, who was victorious in his first fight since losing to Naoya Inoue in the first round all the way back in May 2018.

Below are the full results of the June 28 Matchroom Boxing Italy on DAZN card from the Allianz Cloud in Milan, Italy:
  • Francesco Patera defeated Paul Hyland Jr. by TKO, round 6 to retain the EBU European lightweight title
  • Daniele Scardina defeated Alessandro Goddi by unanimous decision (98-92, 96-94, 96-94) to retain the IBF International super middleweight title
  • Dario Morello defeated Ahmed El Hamwi by unanimous decision (100-90, 100-90, 99-91)
  • Maxim Prodan defeated Nika Nakashidze by points
  • Jamie McDonnell defeated Cristian Narvaez by points
  • Riccardo Merafina defeated Altin Dedej by TKO, round 1
  • Luca Capuano defeated Filippo Gallerini​​​​​​​ by points
  • Nicholas Esposito defeated Jonny Joel Zeze Sigheh​​​​​​​ by points
  • Ivan Zucco​​​​​​​ defeated Borislav Zankov by TKO, round 3

June 28, 2019 Montreal, Canada
Michael Zewski won UD round 10 

Marie Eve Dicaire won UD Round 10
Francis Lafreniere UD Round 8

Dieudonne UD Round 6

Marie-Pier Houle Won TKO Round 4

 Yan Pellerin Won UD Round 4

Saturday, June 22, 2019

6/22/19 Sports What happened Today?

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by Kenny Rogers The Gambler

I will try writing this blog about multiple topics. Might be a little easier than individual topics.

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In this blog

  • Slotland Freeplay 
  • Hakunta Matata
  • Yankees
  • PGA Championship
  • LPGA Championship
  • The NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series at Gateway
  • Cricket World Cup
  • Pre FIFA World Cup 
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6/21 Yankees win 4-1, 7 wins in row, now 48-27. Season high 21 games over 500. We finally got some of our big hitters healthy........Judge, Stanton and Gregorius.

Go Yankees


PGA Championship, Cromwell, CT

Leaders after 2 Rounds thru Friday 6/21
1)     Zack Sucher          -11
T2)  Chez Reavie            - 9
    Keegan Bradley 
T4)  Ryan Moore             - 8
       Alex Prugh 
       Kevin Tway 
   Bronson Burgoon 

Zack Sucher is an American professional golfer. Sucher was born in Atlanta, Georgia and played college golf at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Sucher turned professional in 2009 and played on the NGA Hooters Tour from 2010 to 2012. He played on the Tour in 2011 and 2013 to 2014. 


LPGA KPMG Championship, Minn
Leaders after 2 Rounds Fri 6/21`
1)  Hannah Green        - 7
2) Ariya Jutanugarn    - 5
T3)  Lydia Ko               - 3
    Park Sung-hyun
T5)  Angel Yin              - 2
       Nelly Korda
Hannan Green  Born: December 20, 1996 (age 22 years), Perth, Australia .


Sat 6/22, 2019
Drama high with big money on the line in Triple Truck Challenge finale at Gateway
The NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series inaugural Triple Truck Challenge concludes its three-race run Saturday night at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway (10 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) and if this final event holds true to its two-race lead-in there will be no shortage of drama and big news.
Brett Moffitt and his GMS Racing team stand to pick up an extra $150,000 bonus should the defending series champion win for the second consecutive week. The runner-up at Iowa, Moffitt was awarded the victory after the apparent winner Ross Chastain’s truck was deemed illegal in post-race inspection. And that verdict was upheld again on appeal this week.

Moffitt acknowledged he didn’t lead a lap in his win – the first by a disqualification in the history of the series – but welcomed the victory nonetheless, posting photos on social media of his team celebrating.

“This is a big change of emotions,” Moffitt said after being called to speak to the press following Chastain’s disqualification.

“As a race car driver, I got beat on track and that’s not how you want to do it. … but I’ll take a win any way I can get it. “It is what it is,” he continued, “We finally got a win that we needed and we’ll take it.”
And, he reminded, the big money from the Triple Truck Challenge was a nice companion to his first trophy of the season.
Saturday night’s CarShield 200 presented by CK Power is a sort of re-set for everyone with another huge paycheck on the line. If someone other than Moffitt wins, that driver still earns a $50,000 bonus as part of the Triple Truck Challenge incentive.

And with the Playoffs looming, it’s go-time for multiple reasons. The big incentive from series sponsor Gander Outdoors is icing on the cake. Chastain, for example, now needs to win again and break into the top-20 in the standings to make the Playoffs. He only declared himself Gander Trucks championship eligible two races ago (before Texas) and sits 69 points behind the 20th-place cutoff. A victory this week would be a strong statement from his Niece Motorsports team.


2019 ICC Cricket World Cup

1) Aus 10 Pts, 2) NZ Pts 9, 3) Eng 8 Pts, 4) Ind 7 Pts , 5) SL 6 Pts, 6) Ban 5,Points 1) Aus 10 Pts, 2) NZ Pts 9, 3) Eng 8 Pts, 4) Ind 7 Pts , 5) SL 6 Pts, 6) Ban 5,1) Aus 10 Pts, 2) NZ Pts 9, 3) Eng 8 Pts, 4) Ind 7 Pts , 5) SL 6 Pts, 6) Ban 5 

6/22-29 of 48 New Zealand playing West Indies 
6/22-28 of 48 India playing Afghanistan
6/21--27 of 48 Sri Lanka 232/9 England 212. Sri Lanka won by 20 runs.
6/20-26 of 48 Australia 381/5 Bangladash 333/8. Australia won by 48 runs.

Also, make sure to check out individual Cricket World Cup odds.

  • England                     + 200
  • India                           + 300
  • Australia                    + 700
  • South Africa              + 900
  • New Zealand             +1200
  • West Indies               +1600
  • Pakistan                     +2000
  • Bangladesh            +125000
  • Sri Lanka                +150000

Knockout Rounds


Sat 6/22-1130AM Nigeria +960 / Germany -526 

Nigeria beat South Korea 2-0 and then only lost to France 0-1. Germany has looked much better during this tournament. After a couple of 1-0 victories over China and Spain, Germany dominated South Africa 4-0.
Nigeria plays solid defense, which makes this a difficult match to back Germany on the handicap. The odds are low, but Germany should win by at least a goal. Expect another great performance by the disciplined German squad.
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Pick: Germany

Save for the 1-2 loss to France, Norway has been in excellent form. They beat South Korea 2-1 in their Matchday 3 game. In their Matchday 1 game, they dominated Nigeria 3-0. They’re slight underdogs against Australia, who lost 1-2 to Italy, beat Brazil 3-2, and then beat Jamaica 4-1.
Although both teams have played well, Norway gets the nod because of the better odds. The Norwegians could knock out Australia while the odds difference is too great. Going with the team that offers more value.
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Pick: Norway

Sun-6/23-1130 AM  Cameroon +1570 / England -833 

This is one of those soccer matches that makes it very difficult to find a solid wager. England has looked great, but Cameroon hasn’t looked as bad as the odds indicate. They beat New Zealand 2-1 and only lost by 2 to the Netherlands, 1-3.
The reason the Netherlands loss is important is because England is favored at -2 ½ -105 on the handicap. That requires England to win by at least 3 goals. The English haven’t scored 3 goals during the tournament yet. Cameroon on the handicap at +2 ¼, -126 is the play.
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Pick: Cameroon handicap

France has looked great during the World Cup. They beat South Korea 4-0, Norway 2-1, and Nigeria 1-0. The French face a much more difficult task on Sunday versus a talented Brazilian team.
The Brazilians might be hitting their peak. After a hard fought 2-3 loss to Australia, they beat Italy 1-0 in their Matchday 3 game. Brazil can hang with France in this. The draw at +382 could be the value play.
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Pick: Draw

Mon-6/24 Noon  Canada +122 / Sweden +236 

Canada is favored in this match. It’s hard to understand exactly why. The Canadians struggled to beat Cameroon 1-0 and then could only beat New Zealand 2-0. Sweden has a real shot of upsetting Canada at decent odds on Monday. They’re the top underdog pick at the 2019 Women’s World Cup Round of 16.
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Pick: Sweden

Everyone made a big deal about the United State’s 13-0 win over Thailand. That match is sort of meaningless because Thailand doesn’t have a great women’s soccer program. The more impressive victory was the 2-0 win against the Swedes. Sweden is a very good soccer team.
Spain has gotten better. They haven’t gotten good enough to hang with the United States. The odds are only USA -333. Great odds? No, but overlay odds. The U.S. should win by at least two, which means the handicap, USA -1 ¼, -119, makes the most sense.

Tues 6/25 Noon  China +523 / Italy -161 

If China has proven anything, it’s that they’re not afraid to do what it takes to keep things close. They committed 19 fouls against Germany. They committed 12 versus South Africa, a match they won 1-0. They committed 14 versus Spain to force a 0-0 draw.
Italy is the better team, but China will frustrate the Italians to no end. There is an outside shot that China upsets Italy in regulation. However the draw offers a nice +212. That’s the way to go here.
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Pick: Draw

The Netherlands is only favored by -126 on the moneyline even though they have looked great in wins over New Zealand, Cameroon, and Canada. The reason? Japan has an excellent women’s soccer program.
Japan has drawn with Argentina, beaten Scotland 2-1, and lost 0-2 against England. Although it’s tempting to back the Japanese, it’s impossible to do so here. The Netherlands is much too consistent.
2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Pick: Netherlands


Group A

  • France                9 pts
  • Norway               6 pts
  • Nigeria                3 pts
  • Korea Republic  0 pts 

 Group B

  • Germany            9 pts
  • Spain                  4 pts
  • China PR            4 pts
  • South Africa       0 pts

 Group C

  • Italy                     6 pts
  • Australia             6 pts
  • Brazil                   6 pts
  • Jamaica               0 pts

  Group D

  • England               9 pts
  • Japan                   4 pts
  • Argentina             2 pt
  • Scotland               1 pts

  Group E

  • Netherlands          9 pts
  • Canada                  6 pts
  • Cameroon             3 pts
  • New Zealand         0 pts

  Group F

  • USA                        9 pts
  • Sweden                  6 pts
  • Chile                       0 pts
  • Thailand                 0 pts
  • Longest odds (+150000)