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Pennsylvania Governor Again Seeks to Raid Race Horse Development Fund


Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf unveiled a budget plan on Wednesday that called for moving $199 million from the state’s Race Horse Development Trust Fund into a program to help Pennsylvania students pay for colleges. Should Wolf succeed, purses at the Pennsylvania tracks would have to undergo dramatic cuts and to a degree that would decimate the state’s racing and breeding industries.
“This proposal would result in the end of horse racing, which supports 20,000 jobs, delivers an annual $1.6-billion economic impact, and preserves hundreds of thousands of acres of open space,” said Pete Peterson, spokesperson for the Pennsylvania Equine Coalition.
The development fund receives its money from a share of slot machine revenue at state casinos. The total fund adds up to about $230 million a year that goes to purses and breeding funds.

Wolf unveiled a similar proposal last year, but it never gained needed support. It may have stalled because the focus in the state government turned almost exclusively to the coronavirus. It’s also likely that it stalled because a number of political leaders in the House of Representatives and the Senate, particularly those in the Republican Party who represent rural areas, made it clear they were not on board.
“Last year, this was proposed and there was, basically, no traction at all,” said Brian Sanfratello, the executive secretary of the Pennsylvania Horse Breeders Association. “It was not only the Republicans. There was a lot of bipartisan agreement not to do this. We feel confident that the Race Horse Development Trust Fund language will hold up again. We’re going to do everything we can to spread the word in the legislature.”
Wolf is looking to develop a scholarship program, which he has dubbed the Nellie Bly Scholarship Program, that would allow Pennsylvania residents to attend state colleges at a reduced price. Annual scholarships would cover as many as 20,000 students with as much as $5,700 going toward their tuition.
“Let’s bet on our kids instead of bankrolling racehorse owners,” Wolf said when announcing his budget proposal in 2020.
“While the racing industry is important to Pennsylvania, it is time for the industry to support itself and continue to build upon the unprecedented generous economic investment made by the commonwealth to this single industry,” Elizabeth Rementer, a spokesperson for Wolf, told the Philadelphia Inquirer. “The industry survived long before the subsidy began and it has had 16 years and $3 billion to develop what, by now, should be a self-sustaining industry.”
Sanfratello said the focus should be on the number of jobs that would be lost if Wolf succeeds in emptying the fund.
“We understand that education is important, but you don’t fund education by putting 20,000 of their parents out of work,” he said. “Why Governor Wolf thinks this is a good idea is beyond me.”
While confident that the money will not leave the fund, Sanfratello pointed out that Wolf’s proposal will affect the state’s breeders this year. It may be difficult to convince people to breed in Pennsylvania when a possibility exists that the industry might soon have to deal with what would be a devastating blow.
“The breeding farms will be the ones hurt the most by this.” he said. “Whether this goes through or not, and we don’t think that it will, the people who are getting ready to breed want to make sure that the money will be there when it’s time to run. I am very, very confident that we are up for the task and will beat this. But it’s a shame that the breeders have to go through this again.”
The Pennsylvania Equine Coalition and others will also be making the argument that taking the money away from racing would be illegal. In 2017, the General Assembly voted to put the development fund money into a trust. Wolf signed the measure into law. Placing the money into a trust appeared to guarantee that the money did not belong to the state and could not be used for anything other than programs that supported racing and breeding in the state.

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Twitter takes down Kangana’s tweet over Rohit Sharmer’s comment on farmers protest

Xtra Time Web Desk: Twitter India on Thursday took down a tweet by Bollywood celebrity Kangana Ranaut for making a derogatory tweet quoting India cricketer Rohit Sharma’s tweet about the ongoing farmers protest.  

Rohit, who is the vice-captain of the India’s limited-overs cricket teams, was among the many cricketers, including skipper Virat Kohli, who tweeted their support to the statement issued by the Ministry of External Affairs.

Sharma wrote, “India has always been stronger when we all stand together and finding a solution is the need of the hour. Our farmers play an important role in our nation’s well-being and I am sure everyone will play their roles to find a solution TOGETHER. #IndiaTogether.”

The 33-year-old actress, who has been vocal about her support to the farm laws, then took a swipe at Rohit in reply to his tweet.

Soon after, Twitter removed her tweet for violating company rules. “We have taken action on tweets that were in violation of the Twitter rules in line with our range of enforcement options,” the microblogging website said in a statement.

Thousands of farmers, mostly from Punjab and Haryana, have been camping at several of Delhi’s border points since November last year, demanding that the government repeal the three farm laws and provide legal guarantee of MSP for their crops.

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Debunking the myth of Buccaneers’ home-field ‘advantage’ over Chiefs in Super Bowl 55



The Buccaneers will be playing on their home field in Raymond James Stadium when they take on the Chiefs on Sunday (6:30 p.m. ET, CBS) in Super Bowl 55. While Tampa Bay is the first ever true host team to get to the Super Bowl, that means Kansas City is the first true road team in the usual neutral site NFL championship game. 
Whether this is an advantage for the Buccaneers on gameday is the question. There’s no doubt their coaches and players, like everyone else in the league, are creatures of habit and prefer to have a more settled, consistent routine — which has made the situation more comfortable leading up to the game.

Tom Brady spelled that out when asked about the situation early during his Super Bowl week media availability.“I’m happy I’m in my own bed. I’m happy I’m eating good stuff at home. I’m happy I had extra time to prepare,” Brady said. “I don’t have to travel, don’t have to pack my clothes, pack up all my other crap. It’s our own locker room, our own practice field. In the end, there’s some real positives to take from it.”Brady has been through the rigors of Super Bowl week nine times before 2021, and after a while, it became normalized with the Patriots. But the Buccaneers have limited Super Bowl experience beyond Brady and field mostly a young, homegrown team that didn’t even experience the playoffs before 2020.SUPER BOWL PICKS: Against the spread | Straight-up predictionsFor those players, not worrying about disruption is big, especially after fighting hard in three road playoff games to get back to Tampa as the NFC’s top wild-card team. The Buccaneers didn’t need to get on a flight or adjust to different kind of hotel life before a game of the highest magnitude.In most years, that also would help them quiet down the hype, noise and media blitz of Super Bowl week. But with COVID-19 protocols in place, there isn’t the same glaring spotlight on either team with virtual interviews and much less of the pregame hoopla. That leads into a limited presence of 22,000 fans at the game with about a third of the stadium full. Like every Super Bowl, it will be a split crowd.While the Bucs are helped a little, the Chiefs won’t be affected. They chose to stay in Kansas City to keep their regular-season routine as well and will fly to Tampa only on Saturday night, not much different from a typical road game.The Chiefs were 8-2 at home this season including playoffs, but they were 8-0 away from Arrowhead Stadium. Including Super Bowl 54 over the 49ers in Miami a year ago, the Chiefs have won 12 consecutive road games. Their last away loss was in Nashville against the Titans on Nov. 10, 2019. That was their lone road loss of that season.MORE: How Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs can overcome their biggest Super Bowl 55 weaknessThe Buccaneers went 5-3 at home this season, losing to the Saints, Rams and finally the Chiefs, 27-24 in Week 12. They also went 1-3 in night games, with their lone win coming by two points over the Giants in Week 8.
By being the home team, the Buccaneers did get to pick their jerseys first and wisely went with traditional road whites. Brady went 4-1 in Super Bowls wearing white for the Patriots and 2-2 when he didn’t. That adds to the reason why white-jersey teams have won 13 of the past 16 Super Bowls and 34 of 54 overall. The Chiefs were one of those teams as the designated home team in Super Bowl 54.Color us skeptical that’s a big deal when Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid are on the other side. The Buccaneers are facing a Chiefs team that didn’t just experience winning it all last year and expects to keep winning this year, but also one that is both road- and battle-tested.The Bucs do have home-field advantage in the sense there’s no added disadvantage. But in terms of intimidating or challenging the Chiefs, there is no such edge. They have proved to feel too much at home on the road, including at Tampa just two months ago.

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IND vs ENG | Zak Crawley doubtful starter for first Test after slipping on marble floor in Chennai



Zak Crawley, who was all set to take the No.3 position in the English batting order, may not start at all after falling on a marble floor with his spikes on in the Chennai dressing room. He was sent for a scan and England are waiting for the reports before taking a call on his inclusion.With Rory Burns returning from paternity leave, he was slated to open with Dominic Sibley in Chenani, thus it was quite clear that Kent’s Zak Crawley, who scored a brilliant 267 against Pakistan at the start of the summer, would bat at No.3. However, that might not be the case now as on his 23rd birthday, following an intense training session in Chennai, Crawley sustained a wrist injury after slipping outside the dressing room on Tuesday.He was sent for a scan and if the reports that he sustained a broken wrist are true, then in all likelihood he will be out of the series.”Zak Crawley did not train today at England’s practice session in Chennai. He slipped outside the dressing room yesterday (Tuesday) and has injured his right wrist,” an ECB statement read.”We are waiting on the results of scans and will know more tomorrow, ahead of our final practice. There is nothing further to add at this stage.”Crawley’s absence would throw a spanner in the works for the England Cricket Team who are without Jonny Bairstow already and will be without Jos Buttler from the second Test onwards. Even though Joe Root, who will be playing his 100th Test, has the previous experience of batting at No.3, he has made it amply clear that he would prefer No.4 role. The England selectors have formally added Ollie Pope to the squad who might take that spot, resulting in Dan Lawrence retaining his spot in the side. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .

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The N.H.L. Schedule Is Shaky, but McDavid and Draisaitl Are Steady


In the month ahead, the N.H.L. plans to employ the serene scenes of Lake Tahoe as a backdrop for two outdoor games. But the 19 days of competition in January brought a bit of chaos to the league’s schedule.Since the season began on Jan. 13, dozens of players have been placed on the Covid-19 protocol-related absence list, which includes players who test positive and those who are being monitored because of close contact with someone who tested positive.Despite the format changes and shortened schedule, the season has had its share of constants. Most of the league’s top teams from last season have continued to thrive, and superlative performers like Edmonton’s Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl raised their scoring pace to seldom-seen levels, continuing their offensive dominance from last season.All statistics and standings are updated entering Thursday’s games.The schedule has had to be rewritten.The N.H.L. had a rocky path to resumption, and the turbulence did not end once the parameters of the 2021 season were set.The Devils, Buffalo Sabres, Vegas Golden Knights and Minnesota Wild were affected by the virus as the calendar turned from January to February.The league has made postponement decisions on a case-by-case basis. Unlike the N.B.A., the N.H.L. has set no minimum number of dressed players for a game to be staged. The N.H.L. has avoided some cancellations by having practice squads available to each team.For Vegas, only the coaching staff was initially affected, and the team played its Jan. 26 game against the St. Louis Blues with its general manager and minor-league coaching staff behind the bench. But after at least three coaches and two players were added to the Covid-19 list, three of the Knights’ games were postponed.Earlier this week, the league announced the postponement of Devils games through at least Saturday. The team, which last played on Sunday, had 14 players on the Covid absence list on Tuesday. The Buffalo Sabres, the Devils’ most recent opponent, will not play again until at least Monday. And the league on Wednesday postponed the Wild’s games through at least Tuesday.The league’s stars are off to strong starts, and two have been traded.In this season of turmoil, few things have been certain. But the Edmonton Oilers’ two-headed monster of Draisaitl, the reigning most valuable player, and McDavid, the 2016-17 M.V.P., has been rock solid once again.How copious has this tandem’s scoring been? The pair closed the month by combining for 11 points in an 8-5 victory over the Ottawa Senators. In January, they had a staggering 43 points in 11 games, with McDavid averaging two points per game and Draisaitl falling a point shy of that clip. McDavid’s eight goals tied him for the league lead in January with Vancouver’s Brock Boeser, and his 14 assists were second only to Draisaitl’s 15.To put the Edmonton duo’s feats in context, Anaheim Ducks skaters produced 41 points in January, meaning Draisaitl and McDavid outscored that entire team.Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mitchell Marner and Colorado center Nathan MacKinnon were among the top five January scorers, but MacKinnon is out with a lower-body injury to start February.A star was also involved in a blockbuster trade, with the Winnipeg Jets shipping the sniping winger Patrik Laine and the former first-round pick Jack Roslovic to the Columbus Blue Jackets for center Pierre-Luc Dubois.In net, most teams have split starts more evenly among their top two goalies. Carolina’s Petr Mrazek, Vegas’s Marc-André Fleury and Vancouver’s Thatcher Demko have thrived in platoons. Mrazek and Fleury posted goals-against averages of one or below in January — they also ranked first and second in save percentage — while Demko did the same in his last three starts. Colorado’s Philipp Grubauer led the league in wins with six.Kings center Anze Kopitar, 33, has also returned to peak form, as the 10-month layoff for nonplayoff teams benefited Los Angeles’ 30-something veterans. His 11 assists in January were the fourth most in the N.H.L. He had one more than the wunderkind defensemen Cale Makar of Colorado and Quinn Hughes of Vancouver, who finished first and second in last year’s Calder Trophy voting.Some rookies have impressed early.This year’s Calder Trophy voting for the N.H.L.’s top rookie may be dominated by players in their 20s, instead of teenagers from the last couple of drafts.Goalie Vitek Vanecek, 25, was thrust into action for Washington after Braden Holtby departed for Vancouver in free agency, the backup Henrik Lundqvist announced he would miss the season because of a heart condition and the starter Ilya Samsonov tested positive for coronavirus, according to The Washington Post. Vanecek was the January rookie of the month after winning five games, tops among rookies.But Kevin Lankinen, 25, leads all rookies in save percentage and goals-against average, having turned the corner on his competitors in the Chicago Blackhawks’ open casting call for a No. 1 goalie.The top point producer and nickname-earner among rookies has been Minnesota winger Kirill Kaprizov, also known as Kirill the Thrill and Dollar Bill Kirill. Kaprizov, a 23-year-old Russian, was a fifth-round pick in 2015 who then charted a magnificent career at the professional and international level in his home country. He was the youngest player on the gold medal-winning side at the 2018 Olympics and an offensive leader for C.S.K.A. Moscow in the Kontinental Hockey League.When he arrived in the N.H.L., Kaprizov became the first player in league history to record three points and an overtime game-winning goal in his debut. For an encore, he set up the overtime winner in his second game.Devils defenseman Ty Smith, 20, tied Kaprizov for the rookie lead in both points and assists in January. Rangers defenseman K’Andre Miller, 21, leads all rookies with a plus-seven rating, an uncommon achievement for a player on a last-place team with a negative goal differential.The Rangers held Alexis Lafreniere, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft, out of the World Junior Championships so he could prepare for the N.H.L. season. But he had just one point, a goal, in eight January games.Races begin in new divisions.All seven Canadian franchises were moved into the new North Division, requiring more shuffling.Five former Pacific teams merged with three former Central squads to make the West Division. The former Central Division teams — St. Louis, Colorado and Minnesota — occupied the first three positions in the standings before Thursday’s games. The Avalanche have one of the league’s best goal differentials at plus-14.After moving to the Central, the Florida teams got off to strong starts, despite being affected by Dallas’s postponements. The Panthers posted a 5-0-1 record in January, while last year’s Stanley Cup champion, the Tampa Bay Lightning, darted out to a 4-1-1 start.The North is the only seven-team division, yet it has five of the 10 highest-scoring teams thus far. Montreal — which was seeded 24th in the 24-team playoffs last season — leads the league in goals per game and in goal differential. The Canadiens are in first place, ahead of the Toronto Maple Leafs, who retooled their supporting cast during the off-season.In the East, the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres were tossed in with six former Metropolitan Division teams, including the Devils, Islanders and Rangers. In what promises to be a competitive race, the Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers are tied for the division lead.Veterans have milestones approaching.Alex Ovechkin returned to action on Saturday after his four-game absence due to the league’s coronavirus protocols. He resumed his pursuit of the career goal-scoring record, and in dramatic fashion. His overtime game-winner against Boston was his 708th goal, tying him with Mike Gartner, another Capitals great, for seventh on the career list. Ovechkin remained 186 goals behind Wayne Gretzky’s record entering Thursday’s game against the Rangers.Another record that once seemed unassailable now appears likely to fall. San Jose Sharks forward Patrick Marleau last week played his 1,731st game, tying Ron Francis for fourth on the career list. If Marleau finishes the season with at least 45 games played, he will surpass Gordie Howe for the N.H.L. record. Howe, though, played an additional 419 games in the World Hockey Association.

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High Stakes Poker S8 E8: Find Out Which Player Went Broke & Quit the Game

February 04, 2021
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Wednesday’s latest “High Stakes Poker” episode on PokerGO was a continuation of the last week’s game, which was played $200/$400/$800 w/ an $800 ante from the third blind.
The episode started with six players in their seats while Tom Dwan was sitting out. Here’s how things stack up at the top of the broadcast:
PlayerStack

Rick Salomon$606,000

Jean-Robert Bellande$489,100

John Andress$298,000

Sean Perry$271,600

Damien Leforbes$157,800

Michael Schwimer$75,700

Leforbes vs. Schwimer – No Apologies for Running Good

In the first hand of the new episode, Damien Leforbes raised to $2,500 from middle position with the and the ever-aggressive Michael Schwimer three-bet to $9,000 from the cutoff holding the . Action folded back to Leforbes and he called to see the flop, which gave Schwimer trip eights.
Leforbes check-called a bet of $6,000 and then check-called one of $15,000 on the turn. The river was gin for Leforbes, who checked his full house. Schwimer bet $24,000, which left him just $21,000 behind, and Leforbes check-raised all in.
“Did you get lucky as shit on me?” a seemingly-frustrated Schwimer asked before calling off and discovering the bad news.
“I will not apologize for running good,” said Leforbes as he pulled in the $153,400 pot.
Dwan vs. Schwimer – “I’m in Pretty Good Shape”

After reloading to $100,000, Schwimer raised to $3,000 from the hijack and Dwan, who had returned to the game, three-bet to $13,000 from the small blind. Schwimer called, the flop fell . Dwan continued for $14,000 and Schwimer, who flopped top two pair, just called to see the turn.
Dwan made top pair but still checked, and Schwimer followed suit. On the river, Dwan bet $25,000 and Schwimer leaned back in his chair while letting out a big sigh before saying, “All in.”
It was $73,000 total and Dwan hit the tank.
“Didn’t snap-call, I’m in pretty good shape,” Schwimer claimed. Dwan thought long and hard before paying it off, and just like that Schwimer doubled back by claiming the $200,800 pot.
Sean Perry vs. Jean-Robert Bellande – JRB Puts Himself in Hot Water

Dwan opened for $2,500 with the and Sean Perry looked down at the next to act. He three-bet to $8,000 and then Jean-Robert Bellande, who had lost a six-figure pot to Dwan the hand prior, four-bet to $30,000 out of the small blind with the .
Dwan folded and Perry, the son of poker pro Ralph Perry, paused for a few beats before five-betting to $70,000. Bellande asked how much his opponent had behind, which was $246,000, and Bellande opted to call.
He flopped top pair on the flop and checked it over to Perry, who bet $40,000 into the pot of $144,100. Bellande called and then check-called a bet of $70,000 when the turn gave him an open-ended straight draw.
After the paired the board on the river, Bellande checked for the third time and Perry moved all in for his last $136,000. Bellande asked for a count and realized he had the bigger stack, albeit by a slim margin of $18,000. Eventually, Bellande called only to see his opponent table the goods.
With that, Perry doubled in a juicy pot worth $637,700.
Bryn Kenney vs. Sean Perry – Nine High, Not Like a Boss

After Rick Salomon left the game, a new player joined the game in Bryn Kenney, who bought in with a massive stack. Here’s how this stacked up at that point in time:
PlayerStack

Bryn Kenney$836,900

Sean Perry$635,300

Tom Dwan$429,800

Michael Schwimmer$367,000

John Andress$223,800

Damien Leforbes$209,900

Jean-Robert Bellande$151,000

In his first hand of this episode, Kenney raised to $4,000 from the cutoff with the and Perry called from the big blind with the . The flop gave Perry trip eights and he check-called a bet of $10,000.
Perry checked again on the turn, which gave him a full house, and Kenney continued to bluff by firing out $23,000. Perry just called and then checked yet again on the river. Kenney took the bait and triple-barreled it with a bet of $64,000, but had to fold when Perry finally woke up with the check-raise to $219,000. Kenney took an early hit while Perry collected another big pot, this one worth $359,8000.
Michael Schwimmer vs. Bryn Kenney – One Will Quit the Game

In the penultimate hand of the episode, John Andress had the $1,600 straddle on and both Dwan and Bellande called, the former under the gun and the latter on the button. Schwimer then raised to $4,000 with the in the small blind and Kenney called from the big with the . All the aforementioned players called and it was five-way action to the flop.
Schwimer continued for $15,000 with top pair and Kenney raised to $52,000 with his set. Andress folded, Dwan gave up his flush draw, and Bellande got out of the way. Schwimer called and the turn gave him a wheel draw, which he checked.
Kenney bet $71,000, Schwimer called, and the completed the board on the river. Schwimer improved to two pair but checked to Kenney, who bet $165,000. Schwimer snap-called off his stack and then let loose some expletives upon seeing Kenney had the best hand to win the $597,200 pot.
“Alright, that was fun boys,” Schwimer told the table before giving up his seat in the game.
Remember, High Stakes Poker will air every Wednesday but is only available to PokerGO subscribers. If you’re not currently subscribed, you can get a monthly subscription for $14.99, a three-month plan for $29.99, and an annual subscription for $99.99.
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Jorginho first half penalty enough for Chelsea to defeat lacklustre Spurs

Thursday night and a biggie to end the mid-week action for the current week in the Premier League, and it saw Spurs take on Chelsea at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Both clubs were in different situations, the hosts were trying to prevent a third straight league loss for the first time since 2012 whilst Chelsea were full of renewed optimism following the appointment of Thomas Tuchel.
Jose Mourinho had never lost back-to-back home league games as a manager too so he really did not want this record to go against his former employers and bitter rivals in Chelsea, a defeat in this one would really see him, and his side come under even more intense pressure than they already were feeling prior to kick off.
This game was also big in terms of both sides vying to reach those coveted top four places, they both sat seven points off them in 7th and 8th respectively, so whoever got the points here would certainly help their cause in achieving this, whilst the loser would damage those aspirations.
So, how would Tuchel’s Chelsea get on against a Spurs side who had to respond from that awful performance at Brighton?  And how would Spurs deal with the pressure? Let’s find out…
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Chelsea certainly had the brighter opening and had most of the ball as Spurs sat back and soaked up the Chelsea attacks, but you felt it would be a matter of time before Chelsea would unlock the door, and midway through the first half Timo Werner was brought down by Eric Dier inside the box, and Jorginho stepped up to dispatch the spot-kick, and Spurs now had to come out of their shell of they were to get anything from the game.  They had offered pretty much nothing going forward thus far.
But even after the goal and for the remainder of the first period nothing much changed, Spurs sat too deep and just defended, and Chelsea had most of the ball and looked for a way through, the only time Spurs did put a free-kick into the Chelsea box, Serge Aurier headed a decent opening wide, but that was pretty much it in terms in a threat to the Chelsea goal.  The Blues were very comfortable in this one as they reached the half time whistle, and Spurs needed to change their game plan because if it carried on like this, there would be only one winner.
Spurs certainly had more zip about them in the early part of the second period, pressing higher up the pitch and putting the visitors under a bit more pressure in that sense, but they could not muster up any sort of threat to the Chelsea goal despite this, but at least they were showing a bit more aggression, although that wasn’t hard after such a lacklustre performance.
Chelsea though began to dominate again after that initial press from the hosts and looked the more likely to get the next goal in the contest, as they now had more space to run into as Spurs were now pressing higher up the pitch, although the ease that Chelsea carved through the middle on a couple of occasions was a worry for the hosts.
Could Spurs rouse themselves for a barnstorming finish? The final ten minutes did see them try and force a leveller and saw Carlos Vinicius somehow head wide late on, but Chelsea defended well and kept the hosts out, and grabbed a more than deserved to win in this derby.
It’s been a good start for Tuchel, he becomes the first Chelsea boss to keep clean sheets in each of his first three matches at the club since a certain Mourinho did so back in August 2004, and his side are now up to sixth and four points off Liverpool in fourth, whilst for Spurs, it was a largely poor showing and although they did improve in the second period it is a third straight loss and they are now eighth and seven points off fourth although they do have a game in hand.  Another frustrating night for Spurs fans no doubt though, and many are questioning Mourinho as to whether he should still be in a job there.  Has he lost the dressing room, the next few games should tell us that if it already hasn’t done…
Here is the latest Premier League table…

This weekend sees another full round of fixtures, lets see what those are…
Saturday, February 6
Aston Villa v Arsenal (12.30pm)
Burnley v Brighton & Hove Albion (3pm)
Newcastle United v Southampton (3pm)
Fulham v West Ham United (5.30pm)
Manchester United v Everton (8pm)
 
Sunday, February 7
Tottenham Hotspur v West Bromwich Albion (12pm)
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Leicester City (2pm)
Liverpool v Manchester City (4.30pm)
Sheffield United v Chelsea (7.15pm)

Monday, February 8
Leeds United v Crystal Palace (8pm)
Game of the weekend comes from Anfield on Sunday afternoon as Liverpool take on Man City, it’s must-win for the hosts you would suspect, can they possibly stop City in their tracks and reduce the gap to them, as if City do win you suspect Liverpool’s title defence could be all but over if that happens. Stay tuned to find out how the weekend goes…

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Rose of Arcadia ends 44-day winless streak for trainer Colin Tizzard



Rose of Arcadia ends 44-day winless streak for trainer Colin Tizzard by claiming hard-fought victory at WincantonThe trainer celebrated his first winner since December 22ndTizzard had gone 44 days and 47 runners since sending out his last winner Rose of Arcadia held off the Nicky Henderson-trained Fable to win by a neck By Marcus Townend for the Daily Mail Published: 17:36 EST, 4 February 2021 | Updated: 17:36 EST, 4 February 2021 Trainer Colin Tizzard ended a 44-day, 47-runner winless run stretching back to December when Rose of Arcadia won at Wincanton.Joe Tizzard, son and assistant trainer to his father, said: ‘Hopefully, this is the start of better things for us.’ The Tizzards’ 2018 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Native River runs in the re-scheduled Cotswold Chase at Sandown on Saturday. Trainer Colin Tizzard ended a 44-day, 47-runner winless run stretching back to DecemberMeanwhile, Lord Vestey, chairman of Cheltenham from 1990 to 2011, has died at the age of 79. Vestey’s period in charge at Cheltenham saw the introduction of the four-day Festival.The death of Grand National-winning jockey Pat Buckley has also been announced at the age of 77. Buckley won the 1963 Grand National on Keith Piggott-trained 66-1 shot Ayala.
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Indiana Gaming Commission moves to revoke Rod Ratcliff’s casino license

The Indiana Gaming Commission has reportedly moved to permanently revoke the Indiana casino license held by local entrepreneur Rod Ratcliff (pictured) over allegations that he failed to disclose the transfer of business funds into a personal wagering account.
According to a Wednesday report from The Indianapolis Star newspaper, Ratcliffe partnered with former Centaur Holdings executive John Keeler in 2018 to lead a group that established Spectacle Entertainment so as to buy Indiana’s floating Majestic Star Casino Hotel and Majestic Star Casino Hotel II venues. This entity purportedly later successfully lobbied for the right to relocate one of these Gary riverboat casinos to a fresh and more profitable land-based site located along nearby Interstate 94.
Coming casino:
The newspaper reported that this new $300 million venue is set to debut later this year as the Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana featuring a collection of about 1,650 slots alongside some 80 gaming tables. However, any opening ceremonies are purportedly not likely to feature Ratcliff as he was forced to resign as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for Spectacle Entertainment in June as scrutiny concerning his past behavior increased.
Questionable association:
The Indianapolis Star reported that the Indiana casino magnate first came under the spotlight when federal law enforcement authorities and the Indiana Gaming Commission launched investigations into whether Keeler had helped to illegally funnel campaign contributions into a state lawmaker’s unsuccessful congressional run. Although Ratcliff was not named in the subsequent indictment, he did purportedly have his license temporarily suspended in December before being compelled to sell his stake in the coming 200,000 sq ft Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana.
Later lawsuit:
Ratcliff reportedly responded by suing the Indiana Gaming Commission over claims that the interim suspension had come with ‘no notice, no hearing and no process’ and had additionally denied him the ‘ability to sell his shares on his own terms’ to the operator of the coming Lake County casino, Hard Rock International.
Serious reply:
However, the Indiana Gaming Commission reportedly countered on Monday by lodging a Lake County Superior Court petition that is seeking the permanent revocation of Ratcliff’s casino license. The regulator’s application purportedly contends that the entrepreneur had transferred approximately $900,000 from his casino business to personal betting accounts between 2015 and 2019 and had subsequently failed to disclose this information at the time of applying for his license.
The newspaper reported that the request from the Indiana Gaming Commission alleges that Ratcliff had violated its licensing standards in 2018 by ‘submitting false information’ while simultaneously ‘hiding conduct that violates Indiana gaming rules and regulations’. The regulator purportedly moreover claimed that the businessman had later refused ‘on two separate occasions’ to meet with its investigators so as to answer questions regarding any allegations of unethical business practices.
Converging course:
The Indianapolis Star reported that this petition is to ultimately be reviewed by the Indiana Office of Administrative Law Proceedings, which is a state office charged with ruling on agency disputes. In the meantime and Ratcliff purportedly asserted that he ‘looks forward to his day in court’ so that he may ‘contest these baseless allegations.’

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Premier League Table: Chelsea close in on top four with Spurs win


Chelsea kept their top-four ambitions burning on Thursday as they overcame Tottenham 1-0 away from home.A penalty from Jorginho was the sole strike in a tight 90 minutes, which saw Thomas Tuchel record his third clean sheet in as many matches as Chelsea manager. The seven points the former Borussia Dortmund and PSG boss has seen his team earn has pulled Chelsea up to sixth in the standings, within four marks of the top four.The Blues are tied on 36 points along with Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton, who have a couple of matches in hand.Meanwhile, it has been a good week for the Manchester City. Manchester City have enhanced their place at the top of the league and are three points clear of Manchester United, who were 9-0 winners over Southampton at Old Trafford on Tuesday.It has not been a good week for Liverpool, however. Their shock 1-0 home loss to Brighton has consigned them to fourth in the table behind Leicester. Trailing Manchester City by seven points and having played a game more, Jurgen Klopp’s men will need an almighty effort if they are to defend the title they so spectacular won last term.Tottenham, too, have suffered a major blow to their Champions League aspirations as their slide continues. Spurs are now seven points off the top four, although Jose Mourinho does at least have the consolation of a game in hand.Over the weekend, the table has the potential to change dramatically once more. Among the most attractive fixtures are Manchester United’s home encounter with Everton, but it is Liverpool’s meeting with Manchester City that clearly grabs top billing.View our detailed player statistics for the Premier League at the link below. Premier League: Player Stats, Team Stats, Fixtures, Results

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