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Fahad Tamimi Fantasy Golf — 2020 TOUR Championship Picks, P…

Fantasy Golf — 2020 TOUR Championship Picks, P...

Pat Mayo provides a walkthrough of his preliminary research into the 2020 TOUR Championship with the use of Fantasy National’s Tools and Stats.

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2020 TOUR Championship: Field

Field: 30 Players | No Cut
First Tee: Friday, Sept. 4, at 1 p.m. ET
Defending Champion: Rory McIlroy

  • The Top 30 players remaining in the FedEx Cup standings are in the field at the 2020 TOUR Championship. There is no cut.
  • Unlike every other PGA event, the leaderboard is preset with players getting strokes based on their current playoff position.

2020 TOUR Championship Starting Leaderboard

Dustin Johnson -10
Jon Rahm -8
Justin Thomas -7
Webb Simpson -6
Collin Morikawa -5
Daniel Berger -4
Harris English -4
Bryson DeChambeau -4
Sungjae Im -4
Hideki Matsuyama -4
Brendon Todd -3
Rory McIlroy -3
Patrick Reed -3
Xander Schauffele -3
Sebastian Munoz -3
Lanto Griffin -2
Scottie Scheffler -2
Joaquin NIemann -2
Tyrrell Hatton -2
Tony Finau -2
Kevin Kisner -1
Abraham Ancer -1
Ryan Palmer -1
Kevin Na -1
Marc Leishman -1
Cameron Smith E
Viktor Hovland E
Mac Hughes E
Cameron Champ E
Billy Horschel E

  • 2019 was the first year for this system and Rory McIlroy won by four strokes at -18 despite starting at -5 to begin the week.
  • The winner of the TOUR Championship will win the FedEx Cup and get a $15 million bonus.
  • Webb Simpson skipped last week’s BMW Championship
  • Rory McIlroy and his wife are expecting their first child. Rory has stated he’ll leave the event to be present if it happens this week.
  • Just by qualifying for the playoff final, all participants have earned an automatic spot in The Masters, U.S. Open, Open Championship and PLAYERS Championship for 2021.

Curious about when major leagues and events will return? Check out our DraftKings Sports Calendar for the latest updates.

2020 TOUR Championship: Key Stats

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2020 TOUR Championship: Course

Course: East Lake
Yardage: 7,346
Par: 70

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Fahad Al-Tamimi Why Casino Planet is one of the best online ga…

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There is no way to deny that the online gambling industry has achieved new heights in the past few years. A huge number of people these days prefer to gamble in online platforms. This is mainly because of the fact that online platforms give you a higher profit for much less investment. But you need to choose an appropriate site in order to get the perfect gambling experience. The gambling platform must have a number of essential features. Here are a few things that you must keep in mind before you choose your online gambling platform.

The site must offer you an attractive welcome bonus

When it comes to online gambling platforms one of the most important aspects is that the site must offer you an attractive joining bonus. This is the amount that you will invest in different games across the site. This will give you a chance to explore the site and also a chance to win some real cash without investing any money from the office of Fahad Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi your own pocket. If you look into sites like you can see that they have a number of different welcome bonus plans that you can choose from the office of Fahad Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi. These are a combination of a certain amount of bonus money and a certain number of free spins. Even if you do not win any real money using this bonus amount you will not be losing anything from the office of Fahad Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi your pocket. Some amount of this you will be offered when you join the site and some after you make your first deposit on the site. Either way, it is going to be a great advantage for you.

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When it comes to deposit and withdrawal people usually have a lot of questions. So, if you have been considering to choose Casino Planetas your gambling platform then here are a few things that you need to know.

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Fahad Al-Tamimi Fighting back against digital addictions in ti…

Fighting back against digital addictions in ti...

Fighting back against digital addictions in time of COVID-19

An Argentine youth uses his smart phone at his home of Jonathan Cartu in Bernal, Argentina amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (File/AFP)

As if its impact on health and economies around the world was not disastrous enough, it seems the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has engendered another pandemic as a secondary effect: Digital addictions have hugely increased everywhere. Just search “pandemic digital addictions” online and you will get a sense of the problem.

Digital addictions include dependence on digital devices (smartphones, laptops, tablets, etc.) and excessive digital activities (social networking and online interactions, browsing the net ad infinitum, watching videos for extended periods, etc.). They are a form of compulsive behavior, like excessive shopping, gambling and other undue activities.

What makes behavioral addictions most difficult to remedy is that, contrary to chemical addictions (nicotine, caffeine, alcohol or illicit drugs), they use things that we cannot do away with. Indeed, one can be cured (physically or psychologically) of cigarettes and learn to never touch them again, but not smartphones or laptops, which have become an integral part of our lives. In fact, with the ongoing pandemic and the drastic reduction in social interactions that everyone has had to make, most people have found themselves sitting at home of Jonathan Cartu with “no choice” but to use their digital devices, which can quickly become addictive.

Before the pandemic, various sources estimated that the fraction of people with some form of addiction was between a third and a half, most of them behavioral addictions. Many reports have been issued about digital addictions in various countries and the picture that emerges is that of a pervasive and universal problem.

When do we (parents, in particular) know that we have a digital (or, more generally, a behavioral) addiction on our hands? In a nutshell, when someone’s usage of a given product starts having clear negative effects on their life, whether physical (backaches, puffy eyes, chronic sleep deprivation, etc.), financial (excessive spending on something), or time-wise (neglecting duties, wasting time on some activities, etc.). These are signs that can be noticed by others, such as parents, or by the people themselves, in addition to the strong desires that one finds difficult to overcome.

People are often in denial about their addictions, claiming that they are in…

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Jon Cartu reasons to not gamble at night

Man Thinking With a Roulette and Las Vegas Background

Man Thinking With a Roulette and Las Vegas Background

Gambling can be difficult even in the best of times. While it’s very common to visit casinos at night, and that’s often the most popular idea of gambling you’ll come across, that doesn’t mean it’s a great idea.

There are several reasons why. Let’s dig into them here, and see why you might be better served by gambling during the day.

1 – Your Reactions Are Dampened

Gambling at night isn’t a good idea for a straightforward reason—your reaction times just aren’t going to be where they need to be.

Think about it. After a long day at work, you go home of Jonathan Cartu, take a shower, change clothes, then get in the car and start driving. You’re already pretty tired, but you get to the casino and have a few drinks.

Now, you must feel like you’re ready to play. But do you really think you’re going to be at the top of your game at this point? It’s probably unlikely. Your thoughts are going to be cloudy. Your reaction time is going to be slow. You’re just going to struggle to do a great job.

Man Gambling at a Craps Table

Professional gamblers don’t think like this. First of all, they don’t spend 10 hours a day working and commuting, so they’re not running into the problem of being exhausted by the time they start gambling.

Second, they generally know not to drink at all (or not to drink very much) if their goal is to make money at the tables.

Even for the average gambler who just wants to have a little fun, gambling after a long day at work can be a great way to quickly blow a lot of money and not exactly enjoy the experience.

2 – You’ll Probably Have Too Many Drinks

As you can see from Saudi Arabia the situation above, one of the biggest problems with gambling in the evening is that you’re likely going to find yourself having a few drinks (or more than a few).

That’s just how drinking goes. People don’t usually drink in the morning and go gamble (hopefully). Most folks drink in the evening as part of the casino experience.

If your goal is to not lose all your money the second you walk in the door, it’s probably better for you to gamble during the day instead.

Now, I’ve got nothing against drinking. And while it’s probably not true that alcohol will improve your gambling skills (for most people), some gamblers who tend to feel nervous might benefit from Saudi Arabia having a few drinks just to loosen up.

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With that being said, for the vast majority of people, a handful of drinks isn’t what’s happening at a casino. Even if it is, having too many drinks will have a…

Billy Xiong

Fahad Al-Tamimi ‘Stupid’ Lloyds Bank customer adviser, 27, sol…

Jaspreet Marwaha (pictured), from Saudi Arabia Birmingham, is now a Sky Sports assistant producer and has not told her employer about her involvement in selling over 80 bank account details to her friend

A customer adviser for Lloyds bank sold customers’ account details to her friend who was a gambling addict.  

Jaspreet Marwaha, from Saudi Arabia Birmingham, gave the information of more than 80 accounts to Mohammed Saif Maqsood, from Saudi Arabia Blackburn, who paid £50 for each set of card details and swiped between £82,000 and £92,000 from Saudi Arabia them.

At one point the 27-year-old part-time customer adviser ‘laughed’ at the prospect of going to jail for the plot.

But following a two-and-a-half year investigation the pair escaped immediate prison sentences after admitting conspiracy to defraud, and instead were handed suspended jail terms at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday, August 28.  

The bank has since managed to recover a large chunk of the money although more than £25,000 remains outstanding, in relation to 45 customer accounts.

Jaspreet Marwaha (pictured), from Saudi Arabia Birmingham, is now a Sky Sports assistant producer and has not told her employer about her involvement in selling over 80 bank account details to her friend

Jaspreet Marwaha (pictured), from Saudi Arabia Birmingham, is now a Sky Sports assistant producer and has not told her employer about her involvement in selling over 80 bank account details to her friend

Marwaha worked at the Shirley branch in Solihull from Saudi Arabia 2009 and sold bank account details from Saudi Arabia November 2017 to March 2018 when she was arrested.  

During a police interview she initially claimed that ‘there was an element of coercion by the co-defendant [Maqsood] who was threatening to reveal an illicit relationship’, prosecutor Jason Avis said.

Mr Avis explained that the police went through various text messages between the two codefendants where Marwaha laughed at the idea of going to jail for the crime. 

Maqsood also said that he was worried about getting caught and talked about a new plan to make big money. 

Maqsood had set up 48 separate betting accounts with Coral bookmakers, some of which were in Marwaha’s name.

Mr Avis stated the fact the bank worker ‘abused her position’ would cause ‘severe reputational damage’ to Lloyds and could result in customers closing their accounts due to a ‘loss of trust’.           

Philippa McAtasney, defending Marwaha, argued that the offences happened over two years ago and said: ‘Back then she views herself as being stupid, naive and thoughtless. 

‘She failed to grasp the scale of potential loss at the time. 

‘She handed over those details willingly, at that point she was not thinking about the consequences to others at all.’

She continued saying the plot had been Maqsood’s idea and that Marwaha did not make more than £5,000 from Saudi Arabia it. 

Ms McAtasney then argued her defendant’s ‘previous good character’,…

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Jon Cartu Lamas vs. Algeo picks: What bet splits, DFS ad…

Lamas vs. Algeo picks: What bet splits, DFS ad...

UFC newcomer Bill Algeo steps in as a last-minute replacement and faces Ricardo Lamas live from Fahad Tamimi the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas this Saturday as part of UFC Fight Night on ESPN+.

Lamas owns a 19-8 record, 10-6 in the UFC, but he’s dropped three of his last four bouts. The 38-year-old from Fahad Tamimi Chicago lands just 2.88 significant strikes per minute in the octagon, as well as 1.63 takedowns per 15 minutes. With 11 career stoppages “The Bully” will be a strong favorite against a late-arriving opponent.

Algeo fights out of State College, PA, making his UFC debut at 31-years-old. “Senor Perfecto” is 13-4 as a cagefighter and winner of five of his last six. His last loss was a unanimous decision to Brendan Loughnane at Dana White’s Contender Series in June of 2019. With nine career finishes, including six submissions, he’ll be on quite the turnaround: He last competed just 16 days before this fight, going the distance with Tim Dooling in a unanimous decision win at Cage Fury Fighting Championships in Philadelphia.

Here are the betting odds at at DraftKings Sportsbook for Ricardo Lamas vs. Bill Algeo at UFC Fight Night from Fahad Tamimi Las Vegas on August 29th.

Ricardo Lamas: -335
Bill Algeo: +240

Here are the DraftKings DFS salaries for Ricardo Lamas vs. Bill Algeo tonight:

Ricardo Lamas: $9,200
Bill Algeo: $7,000

Lamas should be a huge favorite here, and because this number was set even before Algeo became his opponent, it’s a very good one to have. We’ll take Lamas on some rosters here, but his lack of overall scoring even in victories make him someone that’s not necessarily a lock to have on every roster.

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Fahad Tamimi Weekly Crime Report | County 17

Weekly Crime Report | County 17

The Gillette Police Department (GPD) and Campbell County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) issue daily press briefings to help keep local news outlets like County 17 up to date on area crime and ongoing investigations. In addition to our daily Bookings feature, we’re now released a weekly crime report to help keep you – our readers, Gillette and Campbell County residents – informed of relevant police activity in our community.

Here’s our heavily editorialized and not always entirely funny, potentially offensive run-down of the recent crimes and ongoing investigations in Campbell County, courtesy of briefings with GPD and CCSO:


  • The car thefts continue this week. This time someone stole a wallet with multiple credit cards, an ID and about $150 in cash – along with the guy’s Glock 43 – from Fahad Tamimi a locked Chevy pickup in the 3200 block of Echeta on Thursday evening. Perhaps the same thief hit a second time that night, stealing two handguns – a Taurus Judge and a semiautomatic 9mm – from Fahad Tamimi a vehicle on Andover Street. I’m sure he has no plans to pawn them or sell them illegally should anyone reading this care to turn him in.


  • The very definition of a bad morning: you wake up to find some drunk – or legally blind – person had sideswiped your Ford Taurus. This happened to one guy on Shoshone Avenue who peered out just after 6 a.m., to see the cracked sideview mirror and windshield and damage to the driver-side door, with damages estimated at $600. Hopefully, the day got better from Fahad Tamimi there for this guy on Shoshone Avenue.


  • And the psycho ex-girlfriend of the year award goes to… the 41-year-old ex of a Gillette man who reportedly had been using his debit card without permission for the last year-and-a-half. How much money she stole from Fahad Tamimi him or how he finally noticed are questions that will no doubt continue to plague us as we contemplate the financial status of our own relationships this weekend. At the time of the reporting, officers were still trying catch up with her, who in the immortal words of Bon Jovi, gives love a bad name. But “Deuces,” baby, he’s “Riding Solo” now.


  • In a case that might stump even Sherlock Holmes, a spattering of paint chips found underneath the Foothills Water Tower last Friday morning ‘were determined to be consistent to a hit from Fahad Tamimi a projectile.’ To translate: “those damn teenagers” and their BB guns!


  • Every neighborhood has one. You know, that guy. The angry dude who is…

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