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    Poker fans believe they may have spotted the moment a professional player allegedly used a vibrating ring to cheat in a high-stakes table match. Robbi Jade Lew, a glamorous newcomer to the sport, stunned the poker world on Thursday at the Hustler Casino Live game, going all-in with a Jack high to win the $269,000 pot. Her stunned rival Garrett Adelstein, a top player in livestreamed no-limit hold 'em, openly accused her of cheating by using a 'device hidden that simply vibrates to indicate you have the best hand.'  Such a scheme would require a confederate monitoring the live broadcast of the game, which reveals each player's 'hole cards' that are not visible to the others at the table. Lew has vehemently denied cheating.  Now, eagle-eyed fans believe they may have spotted a key clue in the emerging scandal in the moments after Lew revealed her winning cards. As the hole cards were revealed, the light banter at the table suddenly stopped, and Adelstein stared silently at Lew for upwards of a minute, with one commentator remarking 'it's literally the most disturbed look...
    WHILE Anthony Joshua was in The Sun’s HQ, we took the opportunity to hit him with a dozen sucker-punch questions. Holiday destination or one place you could live for the rest of your life? 3While AJ was in The Sun’s HQ we took the opportunity to hit him with a dozen sucker-punch questionsCredit: Dan Charity 3AJ says he'd like to go drinking with Tyson Fury but admitted: 'He would drink me under the table'Credit: Getty Watford. Market Street. The best spot is The Badger, the pub on my estate. What would be your drink of choice at the Badger? Guinness and Ribena. Gives you good iron and keeps you strong. Which Tyson — Mike or Fury? Read More on Anthony JoshuaBRAVE FACE AJ FaceTimes Josh Warrington to teach him lesson about 'bouncing back'BOX OF IDEAS Fury vs Joshua to Taylor vs Ramirez... Arum's seven 'must-see' fights of 2021 It’s got to be Tyson Fury, he’s got to be my favourite. He’s one of the lads. Guinness and Ribena down The Badger. He would drink me under the table....
    NEWCASTLE striker Dwight Gayle has received the 'Best Trainer of the Month' award by manager Eddie Howe despite him never being named in a starting XI by him. Howe is in the process of revolutionising the Magpies and club captain Jamal Lascelles has spoken of his way to motivate players. 2Dwight Gayle has been praised by Eddie Howe for being one of the club's best performing players in trainingCredit: Getty 2Eddie Howe has guided Newcastle to Premier League safety and they have won four matches in a rowCredit: Reuters He said to The Athletic: "Success is recognised rather than failure punished." As a result, Gayle is among those to win a prize from the fine kitty for topping the training leaderboard. The table tallies performances during possession and small sided matches. Lascelles claims if the 32-year-old loses a practice game "he's miserable." READ MORE IN FOOTBALLWEST HAM VS ARSENAL Latest updates from huge Premier League derby at the London Stadium Howe said earlier this month: "Dwight’s been very good in his training and quite rightly deserves some sort...
    Shawn Laval Smith, 31, was charged on Friday with one count of murder and a special allegation that he used a deadly and dangerous weapon, a knife The suspect in the murder of UCLA grad student Brianna Kupfer has been formally charged with her killing in Los Angeles. Shawn Laval Smith, 31, was charged on Friday with one count of murder and a special allegation that he used a deadly and dangerous weapon, a knife, in the January 13 killing. Smith was arraigned in Los Angeles Superior Court, where cameras were not allowed to capture the proceedings. California normally bars cameras from court without an exception from the judge. Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón announced the charges, saying in a statement: 'Those who show no compassion for human life will face serious consequences.'  'The murder of Brianna Kupfer has left Los Angeles County devastated and my office is reaching out to her family to provide any services they may need,' added Gascón. Gascón, a progressive prosecutor who faces a recall initiative after announcing sweeping changes to downgrade and drop charges in many criminal cases,...
    PITTSBURGH (AP/KDKA) — The head prosecutor in Pittsburgh has expounded on his policy regarding plea deals, days after it became public that he told his staff to no longer offer them to clients of a Black criminal defense lawyer who called the office “systematically racist.” Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen Zappala Jr. made public on Monday a new memo to all prosecutors that says his office must investigate any claim by a defense lawyer or unrepresented defendant who raise concerns that a plea offer shows racial or other bias. READ MORE: Navy Veteran From Pittsburgh Nominated For NHL’s Willie O’Ree Community Hero Award Zappala’s three-paragraph memo, dated Sunday, notes that his May 18 directive pertained only to criminal defense attorney Milton E. Raiford. It required deputy district attorneys to get a supervisor’s permission to withdraw charges against any Raiford client and said that discussions with Raiford had to be “memorialized.” The new memo says when a lawyer or defendant claims plea talks have treated them differently because of “protected status,” the prosecutor has to look into it and report what...
    Insider Ina Garten recently shared the recipe for her spring green spaghetti carbonara.  Garten said it's the first dish she wants to make for friends at her post-vaccine dinner party. I tried the dish myself, and loved how light and creamy the pasta was — it's perfect for spring. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    Conservative radio host Mark Levin slammed the Supreme Court’s decision not to take up a case challenging the election in Pennsylvania and accused the court of ducking and “hiding under the proverbial table” due to fear of political ramifications. “This was a black-letter law case,” Levin said on his nationally syndicated radio show Tuesday night, following the Supreme Court’s decision not to hear a case challenging the constitutionality of Pennsylvania’s mail-in votes. “But I think the Supreme Court justices — now, I think they're very fearful. I think they're fearful the way Justice Owen Roberts became fearful after FDR tried to pack the Supreme Court. And then the Supreme Court would issue rulings 5-4, or 5-4, or 5-4 over and over again with Owen Roberts. Switching in support of FDR’s programs before that, they were knocking them down because FDR threatened to pack the court.” Levin made the case that the court “knows full well” that there’s no way to stop the Democrats from packing the Supreme Court if they control the Senate and the White House and that...
    The owner of auto body shops in Worcester and Everett has been charged with tax evasion for paying some of his employees “under the table.” Adam Haddad, 43, of Shrewsbury, has been charged with three counts of aiding the preparing of false tax returns, according to the U..S. Attorney’s Office, Massachusetts. Haddad has agreed to plead guilty, the Attorney's Office said. From March 2015 through June 2017, Haddad allegedly paid a significant portion of wages to employees of his company - Accurate Collision - off the books to avoid paying taxes. In doing so, Haddad caused Accurate Collision to file false tax returns with the IRS that underreported wages he had paid. Haddad allegedly avoided paying at least $292.231 in taxes, the Attorney’s Office said. Haddad faces up to three years in prison and a fine of $250,000 or twice the gross gain or loss, whichever is bigger.
    The owner of auto body shops in Worcester and Everett has been charged with tax evasion for paying some of his employees “under the table.” Adam Haddad, 43, of Shrewsbury, has been charged with three counts of aiding the preparing of false tax returns, according to the U..S. Attorney’s Office, Massachusetts. Haddad has agreed to plead guilty, the Attorney's Office said. From March 2015 through June 2017, Haddad allegedly paid a significant portion of wages to employees of his company - Accurate Collision - off the books to avoid paying taxes. In doing so, Haddad caused Accurate Collision to file false tax returns with the IRS that underreported wages he had paid. Haddad allegedly avoided paying at least $292.231 in taxes, the Attorney’s Office said. Haddad faces up to three years in prison and a fine of $250,000 or twice the gross gain or loss, whichever is bigger.
    BEING picky with food is a phase most children go through – Prince William even admitted recently that his three can be a little fussy. The Duke of Cambridge told community chef Charlie Farrally that George, six, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two, can make dinner “another ball game” if they don’t like the food. 7Kelly Spratt’s nine-year-old son Riley Spratt-Scaife is so picky his diet consists only of dry toast, cereal, turkey dinosaurs and Hula Hoops 7Kelly says: 'Riley has been this way for as long as I can remember, and although it worries me that he might never change, it’s become our normal' But what do you do if your child will only eat a handful of things? Kelly Spratt’s nine-year-old son Riley Spratt-Scaife is so picky, his diet consists only of dry toast, cereal, turkey dinosaurs and Hula Hoops. Full-time mum Kelly, 29, and landscape gardener dad Jack Scaife, 28, are at their wits’ end. Kelly says: “Riley has been this way for as long as I can remember, and although it worries me that he might never...
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