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Summertime is a perfect opportunity to gather up the family for a road trip, wouldn’t you say?

Journeys along the highway to Belterra Casino Resort Spa in Florence, Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg, and Rising Star Casino carry an added bonus because all three properties are playing host to the 2016 Shuffle Master Classic during the months of June, July, and August.

The three month promotion is being sponsored by Shuffle Master, a division of Scientific Games,
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which elevated the excitement level in table games pits at casinos around the country with its arsenal of house banked poker hybrid games.

Last year the inaugural Shuffle Master Classic and Shuffle Master Three Card Poker National Championship were held in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Three Card Poker, the most popular proprietary casino card game in the country.

The competition is back for an encore with the opportunity for casino goers to travel to Las Vegas for a national championship and a $250,000 prize pool on Sept. 26 at The Venetian.

No additional wager is required to qualify for a seat in the national championship event which includes $1,250 in travel expenses, a welcome party the night before the tournament itself, and the VIP treatment throughout.

The key is to hit the “classic” hand while playing one of the Shuffle Master qualifying games during regular game play at any participating casino. The qualifying games and corresponding qualifying “classic” hands are in the table below:Qualifying Game Qualifying “Classic” HandThree Card Poker Six Card Straight FlushFour Card Poker Five Card Royal FlushCaribbean Stud Poker Five Card Royal FlushLet it Ride Five Card Royal FlushMississippi Stud Five Card Royal FlushUltimate Texas Hold’em Five Card Royal Flush (first five cards only)Texas Hold’em Bonus Five Card Royal Flush (first five cards only)Crazy 4 Poker Five Card Royal Flush

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Last year, 87 players hit the required qualifying hand. They came from three countries and more than a dozen states,
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ranging in age from 24 to 82.

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Taxi service will be available countywide for those who’ve been drinking. The cost is $5 to transport one or two people, and $10 if transporting 3 or 4 people.
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Prosecutor David Gilbert, left, speaks as Afzal Masih, a translater, Navjot Singh and defense attorney Patrick O’Connell listen.(Photo: Trace Christenson/The Enquirer)Navjot Singh was sentenced to 12 to 25 years after pleading no contest to charges of armed robbery and assault with intent to murder in the Dec. 28, 2015, robbery of the Citgo gas station at 424 Capital Ave. and an attack with a hammer on the clerk, Rohid Makhija.

Singh entered his plea in September, but standing Friday before Calhoun County Circuit Judge Sarah Lincoln he said he was innocent of the charges.

“In the video I am not doing that,” Singh said through an interpreter, Afzal Masih. “It is someone else made to be like me. I didn’t do any crime.”

Singh, through his attorney, Patrick O’Connell, asked to withdraw his plea and have the case tried by a jury.

“He has maintained his innocence and said he did not commit this crime and did not assault the clerk at the Citgo gas station,” O’Connell said.

O’Connell said Singh is contending that a cab driver actually committed the robbery and assault. when a man wearing a scarf over his face entered the building and went to theback and began spilling coffee. Makhija said he went to clean the mess and was attacked by the man and struck several times in the head with a claw hammer.

The clerk ran out off the station and called for help to a driver for City Cab parked in the lot. Makhija said he went back into the store to see the attacker taking money from the cash register and running out the back.

Battle Creek police had video from the attack and also from Horrocks Farm Market at 235 Capital Ave. showing Singh, a former employee of the gas station,with another man buying a stocking cap, gloves and scarf, which Singh put around his face as he left the store.

Gilbert said not only are the videos evidence that Singh was the robber but owners of the gas station later testified he called him before his arrest to apologize.

Lincoln said after a review of the plea hearing, that Singh understood what he was doing and was fully advised of his rights and would not allow him to withdraw his plea.

“There has been no error in the plea,” she said. “The defendant was clearly explained what his rights were. He said he understood his rights and was not being forced or coerced. And I would note for the record that while a translator was not at the plea taking he was asked if he wanted one and declined on the record. He had a good understanding and could answer my questions appropriately and in the proper context.”

Gilbert told the court that the victim in the case, “just wants justice done and he wants the defendant in prison. Blaming the cab driver is just a lie.”
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GANGNEUNG, South Korea Jocelyne Lamoureux Davidson skated slowly back and forth toward the net, showing forehand, then leaning quickly to the left to fake a backhand that pulled Canadian goalie Shannon Szabados out of the crease.

On the sport biggest stage, against the Americans greatest rival, with all her teammates leaning eagerly over the boards watching her every move, the three time Olympian came back to her forehand to finish off a dazzling, triple deke move by sliding the puck into the net past the outstretched glove of Szabados for the deciding goal in the sixth round of a shootout thriller.

That would be 20 year old goalie Maddie Rooney, who stuffed the last two Canadian shooters to wrap up a 3 2 victory today that snapped the Americans 20 year gold medal drought and ended Canada bid for a fifth straight title in the first shootout in an Olympic women final.

The Americans piled over the boards, throwing gloves in the air before piling on top of Rooney on the ice 20 years after their last gold medal in women hockey and 38 years to the day after the men famous on Ice victory over the Soviet team in group play at Lake Placid.

Americans Kendall Coyne, left,
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and Hilary Knight celebrate after winning the women’s gold medal hockey game against Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Gangneung, South Korea, today. (AP photo)

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This victory capped a year that started with the Americans threatening a boycott of the world championships to secure more money and the same kind of treatment that USA Hockey gives to the men team.

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