Another busy week for football fans, with nearly no rest after the UEFA Champion League Round 3, let’s go onward with the next one, the Barclays Premier League or English Premier League, gameweek 9. Firstly of course, let’s look at the list of matches for this weekend:
Another exciting round of UEFA Champion League ended with Goal Fest, with 8 games over 16 matches ended with 4 goals and above, including 7 goals scored by Bayern Munich and Shakhtar. Bringing the total goal scored on the Group Stage Third round to a total of 59 from only 16 matches. That’s 3.6875 goals per game!! Anyway let’s have a look on all the results as below
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With the 2-2 draw match of West Brom vs Manchester, sounds the end of gameweek 8 for Barclays Premier League or English Premier League, let’s have a look on the full results for the past weekend
2 rounds of European Qualifier and tons of International Friendly matches happened last weekend, now it’s time to back to local league, especially English Premier League or Barclays Premier League which everyone was waiting for. Below are the list of matches for the gameweek number 8
In the 30 Interesting Facts About Roulette, we mentioned about Joseph Jagger – The Man Who Broke the Bank in Monte Carlo, after some research online, I manage to found more detail about this Roulette Legend who his name lives until now.
Born the village of Shelf near Halifax, England in September of 1830, Joseph Hobson Jagger (also referred to as “Jaggers”) got his practical education in mechanics while working in the cotton mills of Yorkshire as a young man. He made engineering his specialty and enjoyed studying various mechanisms, not the least of which was the roulette wheel.
Jagger’s research led him to belief that the results of each roulette spin might not be the result of purely random sequences. Instead, mechanical imbalances in the wheel might produce biases and, if so, that could lead to predictable outcomes. It was certainly a theory worth testing, even though any legitimate roulette maker would claim that such a theory would be largely untrue.