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    Team logo ideas for uniforms sports equipment bags and other team logo items

     

    Putting together a strong team for sports, work, or scholastic purposes can be a challenging task, but creating a fitting team logo can be even more daunting. A team logo is significant in representing the team's personality. It can inspire the team players and spectators while bringing a sense of unity to the team. Your team logo will also be printed on equipment, uniforms, sports equipment bags, memorabilia, and casual apparel. The quick tips below illustrate ways to make your team logo count. Lettering Style for Your Team Logo The first step in creating a team logo is to choose the proper lettering style, or font, for your team and/or school name. The letters should be clear and easy to read. They shouldn't be so fancy that one has to squint to read them. There are hundreds (if not thousands) of letter fonts to choose from today. Choose a simple font that isn't complicated with fancy notations and accents (save these for your actual logo drawing). Create a sample of several fonts using your actual team name. You can easily experiment with a computer word processor or publishing program. Imagine what the letters would look like printed on sports equipment bags or team logo bags, uniforms, caps, shirts, and other items. Will the logo be easy to read? Will the letters stand out from a distance, even on wrinkled material? Some font styles include gothic, elegant, formal, casual, corporate, and sci-fi, with font categories such as Arial, courier, serif, block, script, and outline. The font should be bold with a generous amount of space between letters for easy reading. Keep in mind that even the simplest of letter styles can be enhanced with graphic design techniques. Plain letters can easily be transformed into remarkable logos with just a click of the mouse! The Logo Design Once you choose the proper lettering for your team logo, it's time to decide on a graphical design. Though there are many types of designs you can use, narrow the design to what best illustrates your team's personality. Consider the team mascot and the school's overall theme and colors if these already exist. Ask team members to contribute their ideas and even their own drawings of logo possibilities. Do you want the logo to be simple, dramatic, sophisticated, dominant, or subtle? Will the logo be friendly to all, or will it be used to intimidate your opponents? Consider these themes: 1. Animal themes such as lions, bears, panthers, tigers, horses, buffalo, vipers, sharks, and dolphins. 2. Cartoon themes of players in action. 3. Illustrations. 4. Sports-related drawings of balls, bats, hockey sticks, nets, goals, and so forth. If you're unable to create your own logo, you might consider hiring a professional logo designer. It will be well worth the money and effort to get a logo that makes a lasting impression! Put Your Logo to the Test Draw up a few possible logo sketches and show them to people you know including team members and other students. Write down comments and suggestions to help create a final logo example. Create a final print-ready example of the logo that will be used for printing on team shirts and uniforms, caps, equipment, and team bags. To get the logo printed on various items, you can shop locally or visit online stores that specialize in team sports equipment bags and other accessories with team logos. Order only top quality uniforms, products, and bags for sports teams so the players can depend on the items throughout the year. For example, high quality team player bags can be used for travel and should be made of durable materials to prevent wear and tear. Uniforms should be of top quality fabric to ensure flexibility and durability throughout the season. With online resources, it's easy to create an amazing team logo and to get your logo noticed on all sorts of products. Use these ideas to start building team morale today with a spectacular logo!

         
    Team logos as part of your home decor

     

    Many people are very committed to following and supporting a particular sporting team. Perhaps you are such a person -- a person who is a diehard fan of one team or another. If that is the case, you may constantly find yourself looking for products that carry with them the logo of your most favored team. Indeed, you may be looking for ways in which you can incorporate the logo of your favorite team within the dйcor of your very own home. If that is the case, this article does provide you with some suggestions as to where you can go and what you can do in order to find items that you can use as part of your home dйcor -- items that contain the logo of your favorite sports team. Nearly all of the major home improvement centers doing business in the brick and mortar world today now offer a selection of home dйcor products and materials that feature the colors of logos of various professional and college sporting teams. Indeed, there are some home improvement centers in business today that offer specialty paint colors that match the exact colors used by various professional sports teams. In addition to what is available at home improvement centers in the brick and mortar world, there are also some Internet websites that cater to men and women who are looking for products and materials that feature the logos and color schemes used by various sporting teams in their home dйcor efforts. (At the present time, most professional sports teams themselves offer only a minimal amount of such items at their own websites. However, there are other merchants on the Net that offer a much wider selection of these types of products and materials.) If you are inclined to be a bit more subtle in the manner in which you incorporate sporting logos and colors within your overall home dйcor schematic, you might want to consider engaging the aid and assistance of a professional interior decorator. Such a professional can work closely with you to make certain that you do not go overboard in your own efforts to celebrate your favorite team within the confines of your own residence. These professionals are trained to help you realize your dreams and goals as far as home dйcor is concerned without shooting yourself in the foot in the process.

         
    Team record under 500 no problem in the nbs

     

    This year in the NFL, where even the Wild Card teams sported a .688 winning percentage, the Kansas City Chiefs were left out of the post-season tournament after going 10-6 (.625). Major League Baseball saw the San Diego Padres win their division and earn a 2005 playoff berth with a .506 winning mark, but they were an anomaly. This season all other MLB playoff teams won 90 or more of the 162 games they played. Over the past five years 98% of the baseball teams that have been playoff bound have won 90 (.556) or more games and none have had losing records. The NBA is different. In the 2003-04 NBA Playoffs four of the eight Eastern Conference teams that had the honor of making the second season earned records of .500 or below. In the Atlantic Division, the 8th seed Boston Celtics, one of the most winning franchises in professional sports history, touted a 36-46 (.439) record as they headed into the playoffs. At 39-43 (.476) the New York Knicks weren’t much better. In the Central Division, New Orleans and Milwaukee, 5th and 6th seeds respectively, finished at .500. The next year no sub-500 teams were in the tournament but New Jersey, the 7th seed with a 43-39 (.524) mark, and Philadelphia, the 8th seed compiling a 42-40 (.521) record, were marginal. This year, as we approach the mid-way point of the professional hoop season, it’s clear that there’s a good chance that as many as four sub-500 teams--25% of the playoff mix--will be shooting threes and banging the boards in the post-season. The Milwaukee Bucks, the current 6th seed, are 19- 18 (.514); the Philadelphia 76ers, which hold the 7th seed, are 18-20 (.474); and the Washington Wizards, the potential 8th seed are 17-20 (.459). Washington will probably have some stiff competition for that final Eastern Conference position from the 16-22 Chicago Bulls, the 15-23 Boston Celtics, and the 14-22 Orlando Magic. Although the Western Conference has traditionally been exempt from this dilemma, this year is different. The current 8th seed, the Utah Jazz, is one game above .500 and there are at least three other teams--Minnesota, Golden State, and New Orleans/Oklahoma City-- with more losses than wins that are in contention for that spot. Certainly a system that’s geared towards making the league competitive has its benefits to owners, players, and fans. While teams continue to stay in the mix, this system has the potential to keep hometown fans interested. However, the system leads to inferior teams making it into a post-season where they don’t have a chance to compete. There are a few reasons why the NBA has this problem. However the major reason is, quite simply, money. The NFL has long had a salary cap; the NHL has just instituted one; and MLB has created a half-hearted attempt at one. The theory behind an effective salary cap, such as the type the NFL and NHL have instituted, is that when teams are allowed to only spend a certain amount of money they will be forced to spend it wisely--doing their best to build a competitive team. The other way a salary cap works is that it prohibits one or two teams from paying exorbitant amounts of money to hire all of the stars, thus leveling the playing field. (This is why the MLB salary cap doesn’t really work; it doesn’t do this and is not a true cap. It’s more of a salary visor.) Now this may surprise you-- the NBA also has a salary cap. This year it’s set at $49.5 million per team. However the NBA has a "soft" cap, a headband really, which translates into numerous loopholes allowing clubs to still break the bank when it comes to salaries. Because of how it can be manipulated, the soft cap does very little to control spending. This can have some disastrous results for teams and the league. Some teams capture that one star player with a huge multi-year deal but then, because of their own budget limits, can’t afford to support him with role-players. And if that primary guy suffers a season ending injury, the entire team’s season is over. Others with the deepest pockets find their way around the cap and scoop up two or three hallmark names, while teams with small bankrolls don’t have the power to attract the best talent. Then there are the organizations that spend money on young talent and that talent just doesn’t pan out. If a player has a big contract and he’s not performing, he’s impossible to trade, and he still has to be paid. The fact is a salary cap is intended to negate exactly what is happening in the NBA; a soft cap is designed to simply get around the basic provisions and safeguards a salary cap offers. The final result is an imbalance of power, which means you may have 16 playoff positions but you really only have 12 playoff teams. The last three or four slots are filled by non-competitive teams just because the spaces are there. This year if the Celtics or the Sixers or the Jazz or any of the other clubs hovering around .500 make the post-season will anyone consider them worthy of being potential NBA champions? There’s one of two possible solutions for the NBA--a real salary cap or going to a 12-team playoff scenario.

         
    Teddybears did you know

     

    Teddy bears date back to the early twentieth century, but the origin of the name is uncertain. The most popular story is that then-US President Theodore ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt refused to kill an injured bear on a bear-hunting trip, choosing to spare its life instead. This story was then picked up by the newspapers, especially cartoonists, leading one enterprising shop that sold toy bears to label them ‘Teddy’s Bears’ in the window. The original teddy bears are generally considered to come from Germany, where they were made by the Steiff company and exported to the US. Unlike previous attempts at toy bears, they were not fierce looking, with the makers instead going for a more appealing, although unrealistic, cute look. The bears were an immediate huge seller, with a craze that you could easily compare to the ‘90s Beanie Baby fever, and teddies today are still the biggest-selling toy animal by far. As teddies were still being handmade rather than mass-produced, this led to a huge number of people becoming employed in bear-making almost overnight. During the First World War, teddy bears from Germany were impossible to get, which led other countries to start producing them and building up their own unique teddy styles. The Second World War, however, led to a decline in teddy bear manufacture, as the resources simply couldn’t be spared, and it wasn’t until the ‘50s that they became popular again. When they came back, though, it was with a vengeance, just like bananas and other things that had been unavailable during the war. Today, we are still in this age of teddy mass production. Teddy bears have since become an enduring children’s toy, as well as a popular theme of children’s stories, such as Paddington Bear, Winnie the Pooh and the Teddy Bears’ Picnic. Because of many adults’ nostalgia for the pre-war hand-crafted bears, a whole industry of ‘bear artists’ making expensive, individual bears has sprung up alongside the cheap toys, and teddy bears remain popular as gifts as well.

         
    Tee off with disc golf at the top of the rockies

     

    Disc Golf, also known as Frisbee Golf, is a simple sport that almost anyone can enjoy. Disc Golf has taken off in popularity in the last few years, since it requires relatively inexpensive equipment and most everyone has experience throwing a Frisbeebine that with fact that most courses are free and have beautiful surroundings, and you have an inexpensive outdoor sport that can provide hours of entertainment for the whole family. Courses can be found just about everywhere these days and generally consist of 9, 18 or 24 holes. The “holes” are actually baskets with hanging chains to slow & secure an incoming disc. On an average course these holes can be anywhere from 150 to 500 feet apart, and have water hazards to make things interesting. A bad throw could result in a lost disc unless you are prepared to do a little swimming. Discs can cost between $8-$20, so they are easy to replace, and come in three basic types. The driver is normally a harder disc that you can rocket off the tee. But be careful, because a misfire can result in a long walk. The putter is a softer disc made to grab the chains of the basket from a shorter distance. In between these two you have your midrange discs that can vary in weight and flight style. At Winter Park Resort you can find an 18-hole course that is located at the top of Winter Park Mountain. At nearly 11,000 feet you have spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, and can enjoy a nice lunch on the wraparound deck of the Sunspot. Discs can be rented at the base of the mountain and you must ride the scenic chair lift to the top, unless you are up for a little hike. Course Information: Holes: 18 Tee Type: Dirt Course Length: 9655 Average Length: 536.39 Holes Under 300’: 3 Holes Between 300’ to 400’: 4 Holes Over 400’: 11 Holes Over 900’: 3 Highest Point: 10,925 ft. Lowest Point: 10.425 ft. Stay just a five minute walk from the base of Winter Park Resort. Slope View Bed and Breakfast offers views of the Continental Divide, unique amenities and a knowledgeable staff. 970-531-2386

         
    Ten items you should keep on your boat

     

    Ten helpful and handy reminders with some of the mandatory and suggested items that you should keep on your boat. Get your boat ready for the inland boating season this summer. 1. Push Button Signal Horn & Aerial Signal Kit – Have an air horn on board incase of emergency, fog or warning signal. Stores just about anywhere on your boat. It’s also a good idea to keep an aerial signal kit such as a flare gun kit incase your stranded on a large lake. 2. PDF’s (Personal Flotation Device) – Make sure you have enough PDF’s on board so that every passenger has one readily available. Also make sure you provide the children with one that fits them correctly. Another must is to have them USCG Approved. 3. First Aid Kit – It’s a great idea to have a first aid kit handy incase of emergency. Keep on that has some of the basics such as: bandages, gauze, instant cold compress, alcohol cleaning pads, aspirin, antibiotic cream etc. 4. Boat Anchor – If you plan on docking, going to the beach, or in an emergency situation, it’s a must to have the correct size anchor. We suggest that you have an anchor onboard for the rear of the boat and for the front. 5. Tow Ropes – Keep an extra towrope with you incase you or someone else is stranded on the water. Someone will be able to tow you to shore in the event that you or someone else breaks down and needs a lift. 6. Fire Extinguisher – You must keep a fire extinguisher with you while you’re on the water. Get a quality A-B-C extinguisher to keep on your boat. Hopefully you’ll never need to use it, but if you do you’ll know it’s there. 7. Universal Boat Cushions – Keep a few brightly colored boat / life cushions on the boat. Use them to toss to anyone that happens to fall over, or needs a hand swimming back to the boat. 8. Boat Registration – Always make sure your registration is current and on board with you. You never know when the DNR will pull you over to check to see if your boat is legal. 9. Dock Lines – Keep a few dock lines for docking your boat to your pier or to someone else’s pier. We suggest you have a few loops already tied into the rope to make it handy when you need different sizes. 10. Cell Phone or Radio – Keep an onboard radio, cell phone or walkie-talkie with you. These come in handy when you need to get a tow back or if someone wants to come out and join you for a ride. Have a great and safe summer on you boat this year!

         
    Ten tips on handicapping the kentucky derby

     

    Here is the Top 10 list of what to do or when handicapping the 132nd Kentucky Derby Dave Letterman style, so pay attention: 10. Don't wait until Derby Day to decide what you can afford to wager and the kind of bets you will make. Set a total dollar amount and stick to it, win or lose, unless one of your selections is scratched. 9. Don't try to assimilate so much information that you become confused. Stay with the handicapping formula that works best for you. 8. Thoroughbreds that did not race as a 2-year-old have not smelled the roses since the 19th Century. Apollo did it in 1882. Other winners of Triple Crown races that year: Vanguard in the Preakness and Forester in the Belmont. 7. No runner with only four career outings has won since Exterminator in 1918. There were so many horses (26) in that year's Preakness, it was run in two divisions. The winners: War Cloud and Jack Hare Jr. 6. Avoid horses with a pedigree that does not display both stamina and speed. In 19 of the past 131 derbies, 13 horses with Buckpasser in their bloodline finished first or second. Ironically, quarter-cracks kept him off the Triple Crown trail, but he won 13 in a row after running second in his 3-year-old debut. His victories in 1966 included the Travers, the American Derby, the Woodward, the and Jockey Gold Cup. 5. Only one horse has visited the winner's circle without taking a stakes race during his or her early career since Proud Clarion in 1967: Giacomo last year. 4. The last winner after running fifth or worse in the final prep was Iron Liege in 1957. Only two horses that were fourth in their last prep since the 1950s won: Thunder Gulch in 1995 and Sea Hero in 1993, both in the Blue Grass. 3. Since 1947, only Sunny's Halo won off two preps - the 1983 Rebel Stakes and Arkansas Derby. Forget about horses with one or no stateside preps. 2. Don't waste your money betting the post time favorite to win. Since Spectacular Bid lived up to his odds in 1979, only two have done the same: Smarty Jones in 2004 and Fusaichi Pegasus in 2000. Trifectas offer much bigger returns even when one or two low-priced horses hit the board. 1. Forget about the horse-for-the-course angle. In the past decade, no 3-year-old that had one or more starts at Churchill Down repeated in the Run for the Roses. The average finish of nearly 50 runners, including 21 that had previously won over the main track, was well off the board.

         
    Tent choices

     

    Your choice of tent has a direct effect on your camping vacation. It will definitely make it or break it. Do your homework before you buy a tent so you won't be disappointed. First you must decide what type of camping you are going to be doing. Are you going to be back packing or are you doing car camping? Car camping is where you pull your car up to a base camp site. If you are backpacking it goes without saying that you'll want as lightweight a tent as you can find and also one that will withstand expected weather conditions. You may want to look into a warm weather tent or single wall tent if you're camping in summer weather conditions. If you decide you want the comfort of a larger tent, and if you need a 3-season or 4-season tent each backpacker can carry some of the tents components to lighten the load for each. If you are car camping then the weight of the tent is not a problem for you. Most families do car camping. The ACA or American Camping Association and KOA or Kampgrounds of America have thousands of camp sites all over the country. You can check their online web sites for information. These sites generally are tree shaded with an area for a grill to be set up. Most have facilities within easy walking distance such as a bathroom, shower, pool and even sometimes light food restaurants. What you will always want to keep in mind, no matter what type of camping you do is what type of weather you will be camping in. As mentioned above there are 3-season and 4-season tents. 4-season tents are heavier than 3-season. They are made to withstand heavier winds and rain and the weight of snow on them. Generally if you camp between May and September a 3-season tent will suit your needs.

         
    Tent size considerations

     

    The size of the tent you choose is a very important consideration. In prior articles we discussed how to pick a tent based on what weather conditions you are planning to camp in. Now we will discuss how to choose the correct size. The first rule of thumb is never to buy a tent that you can't get into, walk around in, lie down in and stand up in. In other words find a camping store where the tents are set up. Now consider how many adults and children will be sleeping in the tent. Will you be using sleeping bags and/or air mattresses? How much gear are you planning to take and stow in the tent? When you visit the store take your sleeping bag with you, or borrow one from the store. Lay it out on the floor in the tent. Now, consider three or four more, depending on the size of your group. How much room is left? Most seasoned campers will tell you to take the manufacturers recommended number of people a tent will accommodate and divide it by two. If a manufacturer says a tent will accommodate 4 people, it's really 2. Most two men pup tents are not comfortable for two large adults and are definitely not comfortable for two adults and their gear. Also remember if it rains all your gear will need to go into the tent along with you. A small tent where there is no head room, such as a pup tent may be fine for some campers, but definitely not those that camp with children. If you are going to have children camping with you another consideration is that in case of inclement weather you may have your children in your tent longer than you expected. This can definitely lead to some over crowding and short fuses. When you go out to look at tents remember this rule - at least 30 square feet per person is what you want to look for, perhaps even more if you have children. That way they can have a quiet corner to entertain themselves with board games in case of inclement weather.

         
    Tent styles

     

    In prior articles we've discussed how to choose a tent based on considerations of weather and number of people that will be sleeping in it. In this article we'll look at different styles of tents. There are many different tent styles available to choose from. Frame tents, ridge tents, dome tents, geodesic tents, vis-a-vis tents, hoop tents and touring tents. When you see a ridge tent you'll probably immediately think of the cub scouts or of old military tents. Ridge tents are the most basic of tents. Due to their structure the most headroom is directly down the center of the tent. This tent is held down by guy ropes and pegs. They are very simple to set up. Frame tents are the type that most camping families use. They offer much usable space inside. They are sturdy and have a sturdy frame of lightweight poles. These tents are held down by guy ropes and pegs. Some of these tents offer separate rooms making them nice for family camping trips. Hoop tents are as implied by the name formed by a series of two or three hoops that give the tent it's structure. It forms a tunnel of sorts. These tents tend to be lightweight and very easy to set up. They are popular with backpackers and not suggested for very windy conditions. They may also require staking. Vis-a-vis tents are very popular with family and group campers. What they do is offer separate sleeping areas on either end of the tent with a shared living space in the center, making for excellent privacy. There are two bedroom and four bedroom models. Remember our suggestions from our prior articles. First, don't buy a tent you can't actually enter. Go to a show room, see the tent first hand. Lie down in it, stand up in it, roll a sleeping bag out in it, then think about how many will be sleeping in it. You will need more room than you think. Also, experienced campers will tell you that you can cut the number of people the manufacturer suggests will be comfortable in the tent by half. If they say it's a 4 person tent most likely it'll be most comfortable for 2 people. You also have to consider the amount of gear that you'll be taking on the trip that you'll need to stow in the tent.

         
    Terrell owens dallas cowboys wide receiver

     

    A native of Alexander City, Alabama, Terrell Eldorado Owens was born on December 7, 1973 and is often referred to as ‘T. O.’ He is currently the wide receiver for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys after being chosen in March 2006 to be a part of the team’s upcoming season. During the majority of the 2005 season, Terrell Owens was an inactive player of the Philadelphia Eagles. The activity, or lack thereof, was due to a contract dispute and conflicts with fellow teammates, including quarterback Donovan McNabb. When Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones announced that Owens had signed a contract to play for his team, it seemed that all of the controversy from the previous year was over. While Owens is undisputably one of the most dominant receivers in the NFL, his reputation for speaking his mind without regard is a large part of the controversy that surrounds him. After being released from the Philadelphia Eagles on March 14, 2006, Terrell Owens quickly found a home with the Dallas Cowboys. In a deal that is reportedly worth $25 million and spans over a period of three years, many continue to speculate as to how this new alliance will fare. The contract is also said to include a $5 million signing bonus and a first year salary of $5 million. While his reputation is sometimes viewed in a negative way, his athletic abilities cannot be denied. Terrell Owens currently holds the NFL record for 20 receptions in a single game and has enjoyed many notable accomplishments, including 103 total touchdowns, six 1,000 yard seasons and reached 100 catches in 14 games during the 2002 season. After being drafted for the first time in the 1996 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers, Terrell Owens is now playing for his third professional football team. From the 49ers to the Eagles and now finding a new home with the Cowboys, Terrell Owens is poised to begin the 2006 NFL season with a new contract, new teammates and in a new zip code. As teammates, coaches and fans eagerly await to see how the Alabama native meshes with the players of Dallas, Terrell Owens will be preparing for a new season filled with plenty of competition.

         
    Texas holdem 4 betting structures explained

     

    : Even though the United States have made it illegal to gamble online, poker keeps on gaining popularity through the different tournaments that are shown on television such as the World Series of Poker by ESPN. This created a problematic situation: while players claim that poker is not a game of chance, the US government decided that it is. For a few weeks, panic erupted in the poker world as rumors spread like bushfires that this ban would stop all tournaments. But this proved to be untrue. In fact, because of the online gambling ban, the popularity of tournaments only increased. And in most of these tournaments, the favored game is Texas Holdem. This article focuses on those planning to take what was once their online casino pastime to a poker tournament close by. You will need to follow some basic betting structures, and we describe these for you. Even if they seem difficult to follow, don't worry. Just practice these at home with friends and you will soon learn the flow of these wagering structures. Note: Remember that all the games rely on a basic maximum and minimum wager, and all the betting structures should be understood accordingly. Keep in mind that each game has a set limit that is fixed before the game commences. Once begun, the limit remains unchanged until the end. Note also that the tournament organizers or the casinos are those that decide these limits. 1) Structured Wagering Limit: This means that there are two limits you play to. During the first two rounds, you place wagers according to the lower sum, and then you start betting according to the higher amount set. When you find a game called according to two amounts such as 4/8 dollar limit, then, it means that this game will be played according to the structured wager. Another thing to remember when entering such poker games is that you can only place four wagers each round and not one more. 2) Spread Limit Wager: Here, you are free to place wagers in a pre-set range and you don't have to place fixed bets. When you find that the limit is within a range then it means that you have found a game that will be played according to the spread limit. Examples are games which can be played between a range of twenty to a hundred dollars. Note that such games do turn out to be expensive because some might bet according to the high limit. Another variation of the spread limit bet is to have a range of four wagers. What this means is that there is a certain amount you can bet for the round before the flop, for the round on the flop, and on the round after the flop and a certain amount for the river. 3) Basic Pot Limit Bet: In such Texas Holdem games labeled as being played according to the basic pot limit, what it means is that you can place wagers anywhere between the amount that is the big blind and the total size of the game pot. Here too, take note that games such as these can result in high cash pots. 4) No Limit Betting: This is the one version that pulls in the high rollers from all over. Here, there is not limit at all one how much you wager or raise. Note that unless you are a high-roller or unless you have a tremendous amount of experience playing Texas Holdem at tournaments, stay clear of such games.

         
    The 2006 nfl season you bet

     

    It feels great when you are watching an intense game and the team you are rooting for wins. Hasn't there ever come a time where you are looking at that final score and think to your self, "I knew that was going to happen!" After all, you know your team very well, you know the statistics of every player, you know every play to every game they have played and considering who the opposing team is, you know when a win is coming on. Does it ever dawn on you what a shame it was that you never wagered on the games you think would have won, because you know you would make some money? If this sounds familiar, maybe you have what it takes to be a great sport's handicapper! Maybe, you did know your potential, but did not know how to go about taking the necessary steps because you didn't know where to go. Maybe, you just don't understand the language involved. The potential to make a little money, by wagering against someone who has or has not wagered before, could go a long way, especially when you know what you are talking about. As an avid sports fan, what better way to combine your love for the sport, in combination with the talent of prediction, to make a little money? As you read on, you’ll find information that you can use to take those first steps. Here are some common wagering terms, a few strategies to think about, and a few resources to know about. There are basic terms that are helpful to know in order to get a jumpstart. Terms include: bookie, wagering - including point spreads/moneylines, underdog, straight wagers and parlays, and then buying points. There are other terms to know as you get better at the wagering process, but if you pay attention they will come to be understood easily. You might as well take advantage of every little bit of information that you obtain. I mean, you will be paying for it or getting paid for it depending on how much you are able to take in. Bookie: A bookie or bookmaker is someone or someplace you would go to place a wager. The bookie normally can provide you with team dividing lines (odds of teams that have wins vs. losses, or odds that others place the teams as far as the teams’ capability of winning in a game.) In other words, the bookie normally has values specified when talking about the differences between two certain teams. When dealing with a bookie, know that there most likely will be certain situations that may require a fee. They are the middle man so-to-speak. They generally have several clients at a time that wager. Depending on the outcome of wins or losses, they either pay out or collect money. It can be compared to a lottery. Wagering: You, as a sports fan, would like to place a wager with monetary means against odds that point toward a possible win or loss when talking about a specific team game or individual game play. There are basically, but not limited to, using two different methods of the wager. These two ways are the point spread, money line with straight wagers and parlays. A point spread can be defined as a headstart in which your favorite team "gives" to the underdog and vise versa. The underdog being the team that is less likely to win due to past losses of the season. I’m sure you are aware as a fan of the sport, that underdog teams sometimes make comebacks. Ok, back to point spreads. There are two ways to decide how your point spread can go. The first would be, you could place a wager on an underdog team for a certain point spread. For example, lets say 1.5. This would be "taking the points". You will win your wager if the underdog score PLUS 1.5 points is GREATER than your favorite teams score. On the opposite side of the coin, you can "give the points", if your favorite team's scores LESS 1.5 points the score was GREATER than the underdog's score. This may take a few rounds of betting each way to get the hang of it. It can be suggested to start wagering low at first unless you are a huge risk taker. A moneyline means picking a team to win outright. This is more common in football. All this means is how much you have to risk in order to win $100. Straight wagers: A straight wage is a single wager on a single game. (This is where the moneyline comes in). For example, as an Arizona fan, I want to wager on the fact that Arizona will beat San Francsisco 14-7. Then Arizona wins 14-7, exactly. I at this point am smiling from ear to ear and wondering where my next vacation will take place because I have now won. There is no under/over score to cover. Straight wagering can be determined by a point spread's odds. The bookie can help with knowing these odds if you aren't too comfortable with your own team's statistics, past winnings, odds, etc. It is common to the art of wagering that this method can mean you wager more to win less. You really would have to guarantee yourself the exact score to know you are going to win big. Parlays: A parlay is when you would pick teams or totals, then combine them in a single play. You have the option of deciding on having under/or over score points. You have to wager on a group of two or more games where your pick in each game must beat the point spread. In this type of wagering you have to have some degree of accuracy, because you have to make sure that your pick of scores on your pick of play wins. An example could be you decided to wager on Arizona against Utah 14-7 in the first play after halftime. If this comes true, you win. This is a simple example but simplified to make the process a little more understandable. It is common in this type of method that people have tried get "rich quick". The reasoning behind this is because those who think they have the process understood may feel it to be less risky and can win more. How many combinations of scores and plays are there? How accurate do you think you can be? These are things to think about and if your degree of accuracy is "on the money", so to speak, maybe this is the method for you. In any case, just KNOW YOUR STUFF!!! Buying points: You can actually buy points to your advantage when wagering in football. You can even buy half points. Generally these buying points can be bought on the side or bought on for the final score. The general cost of buying half a point comes to 10 cents on the dollar. As other fees may apply, the bookie is the information source that can go into more detail of how this system works and how these points can apply to the score that you determine will be the score to make or break you. Just be patient, be willing to learn, and at least when you start to wager especially with wanting to buy points, realize that it is possible that 100 dollars will be a starting point as a down payment. As far as strategies to think about, you must realize at least two things: The first is that you know football is a sport and nothing is 100% guaranteed. Know the odds or dividing lines of teams that you plan on wagering for and against. DO YOUR HOMEWORK!! This will make the communication between you and your bookie a lot easier. You can understand what the booking information means. Plus, you won't look ridiculous, you will just look like you are curious and looking out for your best interest in literally putting your money where your mouth is. A second strategy would include thinking about the possibility of what you can lose when you decide to wager a certain amount. Remember that the art of wagering is not an exact science and where there are wins, there are losses. Finding the right place to place wagers is necessary. There are ways to research bookmaking connections. The Internet is a great way to find information. Wagering on-line can be a way to start. It can allow anyone who wants to put up some money against another sports fan in real time. There are online sites that provide radio and television schedules for commentaries, sports news and information for those who can use the information in placing wagers. There are also live radio lines and television programs that can provide the same services as mentioned. In short, it is known that wagering has improved the enjoyment of watching sports and it takes the sports fan to a whole new level when it comes to the love of the sport. Having confidence in your team and willing to put something on the line to show support for your team can be in itself a rewarding and enjoying experience. Happy wagering!

         
    The 2006 world cup soccer outlook

     

    From the 9th of June to the 9th of July, the excitement and fan frenzy builds to a deafening crescendo. Soccer fanatics are on high alert. It is time to defend to no end the pride of Region and Country. This is big. No, it’s bigger than big. Considering the fact that soccer is the most popular sport in the world today, it is no jaw-dropping surprise that Soccer's World Cup is actually the largest sporting event on the planet. Based on sheer numbers, fan attendance, television ratings, number of viewers, travel revenue, ticket sales and media coverage; there is no sporting event that even comes close to this one. If you take the NCAA Basketball Tournament, the World Series, the Super Bowl and the Olympics and add them all together, it would still not be as big as the World Cup! Three and a half billion people will be watching this tournament unfold in at least a dozen locations in Germany in 2006. Strangely enough, the past World Cup events have been all but ignored in the United States. This is rapidly changing as Americans get more familiar with this action-packed sport. The Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) was established in 1904 and they are the ultimate authority when it comes to anything that has to do with International Soccer. For those of you that don't know, the United States is the only Country in the world that calls this sport "soccer". Every other Country calls it "football". The FIFA is, of course, overseeing the qualifying of teams into the World Cup Tournament. This is an extremely lengthy and complicated process that is several years in the making. The process of a team qualifying is too complicated and lengthy to go into here, but suffice it to say that the teams that make the cut are well qualified. Individual team statistics considered for the qualifying starts two years before the World Cup begins. For this year, the host country team, in this case Germany, gets in automatically, as does the reigning Cup holder from four years prior, in this case Brazil. The rest of the field is chosen from 150 possible candidates spread out all over the globe. The FIFA analyzes endless streams of data from the two years of competition leading up to this prestigious event. They eventually whittle the field down to 32 teams. These 32 well represent not only the best soccer teams from around the world, but the will represent the regions of the world. Certainly, no other sport unifies and assembles so many different cultures from each of the 7 continents. But it also can cause friction and even violence between some fanatical groups. Soccer fans are among the most passionate (and expressive) of any sports spectator group and needless to say; security considerations are always very high as an explosive situation could arrive at any given time. This is true even in the early rounds of the competition. Heck, this is even true in the pre-competition games known as the “International Friendlies” matches, which start up early in March. These games are held all over the world and include more practice and a chance for teams to “feel out” their potential competition. They work on their conditioning and strategy more than anything else. Nevertheless, the competition is very fierce. There doesn’t seem to be anything “friendly” about this phase of the World Cup. It is indeed taken very seriously. Getting respect from opponents in the pre-competition match-ups can be a huge psychological edge going in. Some luck is involved in the final groupings. The top 8 teams are separated as #1 seeds for groups A through H. Germany and Brazil get their free pass as top seeds and the rest are drawn at random from a bowl. So the draw is now set and in order of their group seeding, they look like this: Group A; Germany, Costa Rica, Poland, Ecuador Group B; England, Paraguay, Trinidad-Tobago, Sweden Group C; Argentina, Ivory Coast, Serbia-Montenegro, Netherlands Group D; Mexico, Iran, Angola, Portugal Group E; Italy, Ghana, United States, Czech Republic Group F; Brazil, Croatia, Australia, Japan Group G; France, Switzerland, South Korea, Togo Group H; Spain, Ukraine, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia SOURCE: The official site for the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ Germany Keep in mind, only one team emerges victorious from each group when we get to the final eight. The teams that have to be the most hopeful with their draws are England, Mexico, France and Spain. Although the Sweden draw for England historically has been a problem, England is looking forward to putting to rest the thousands of critics that will remind us all that Sweden has not lost to England in 37 years. Beyond that, there is little hope for Paraguay and Trinidad-Tobago. The two toughest groups to predict a winner out of is obviously Group A, Group E and possibly Group C. In Group A, Germany is, indeed a tough opponent and they are on their home turf, which makes them tougher than usual. However, Costa Rica, Ecuador and especially Poland have a legitimate shot at the final. In Group E, the Italians are good, but overall this group has parody. The United States has as good a shot as anyone coming out of this division, but all four of these teams are evenly matched. For good measure, the two toughest powerhouse entities in a single group are Argentina and the Netherlands out of Group C. One of these two will no doubt emerge victorious. The best bets in the win market are Brazil (odds to win it all ~ 3/1), England (~ 6/1), Germany and Argentina (~ 8/1), Italy (~9/1), France (~10/1), Holland (Netherlands) (~ 12/1) and Spain (~13/1). The odds are changing every few minutes so consult your favorite sportsbook for up-to-date numbers. If you feel like the soccer universe is about to be turned on it’s head, bet on Trinidad-Tobago (~1000/1). The best long-shots may be placed near the middle of the field by the odds-makers: Portugal (~22/1), Sweden and Mexico (~40/1) and the Ukraine (~50/1). There are many other ways to wager on this epic event including final pair, most goals and continent of winner. You could also look to fatten up your wallet with fairly good odds on the elimination stage, single match, team qualifying and which two teams will reach the final game. Of the 32 outstanding teams representing regions from all over the globe, only one will stand on the podium with cup in hande July 9th, 31 of the competing countries at the World Cup will experience a range of emotions from mild disappointment to broken hearts. However, one region, one country and one aspiring championship team will experience the elation of overcoming incredible adversity to win, what some would call the greatest sporting event on the planet; The 2006 FIFA World Cup.

         
    The advanced open water scuba diver certification course

     

    Once the basic open water scuba diving certification has been successfully completed by new divers, there should be some consideration to taking the next training level up which is the advanced open water course. Prior to that, it is probably a good idea to get some more experience as a new scuba diver right after the basic certification by doing several easy beginner level dives to further sharpen the basic skills and to appreciate the new underwater world. This can be easily done with a week of scuba diving at a destination where there are plenty of easier dive sites such as the Florida Keys. There’s no rush to do the more difficult dives for now. Although it is quite possible to do deeper and more advance level dives as one gets more experience in diving without taking another course, it is much more ideal to get introduced to more difficult dives with an instructor. Deep dives, night dives, drift dives and dive sites with moderate currents can be too challenging for new divers. Even though many advanced dives are very exciting and rewarding, doing them without proper training can be dangerous. There’s no such thing as getting too much education and training in scuba diving. The advanced scuba diver course was designed to help divers get the proper training for advanced dives as well as developing further skills including underwater navigation, safety, search and recovery. The advanced open water is also a very fun course to take. It does require some reading with a manual that will be supplied by the dive instructor but unlike the basic open water certification course, no written exam is required. The advanced course is mostly practical as it consists of several open water dives with a dive instructor over two days. Each open water dive during the advanced course will feature different types of dive skills. One will work on improving navigation while another will involve a deep dive. Other dives may include diving on wrecks, night diving and some basic rescue techniques. All major scuba diving training certification agencies such as NAUI, PADI and SSI will have an advanced scuba diver course. All dive schools and operators that have scuba training will have the advanced course available. At many dive destinations, some dive operators will insist upon a minimum of advanced open water certification in order to take charter dive trips which involve higher level dive sites. For example, the deeper shipwreck dives of the Spiegel Grove, Duane and the Bibb located off Key Largo all require advanced or higher certification cards before the local dive operators will allow divers on those particular dives.

         
     
         
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