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Soutěž Fair-play

Soutěž Fair - play: 2019/2020  konečná tabulka

pořadí klub body
 1. Slatina
 417

 2.

Perštejn  411
.3. Chomutov  406
 4. Slaný  402
 5 - 6. Kadaň  399
  Česká Lípa  399
 7.   Ústí n/L  397
 8. Kolín  389
 9. Mělník B  378
     
     
     

Notwithstanding overwhelming misfortunes, they kept betting. While some of them could take it in their step, others did insane things to attempt to cover it up. In any case, it unquestionably places wins and misfortunes in context. Making this positioning can be fairly dubious, especially in light of the fact that names are once in a while uncovered for large misfortunes at driving gambling clubs except if they make the news. At top gambling clubs in Las Vegas and Macau, hot shots can without much of a stretch success or lose countless dollars through the span of a night or end of the week, with names and misfortunes once in a while recorded. That is the reason these are only a portion of the more prominent misfortunes where the individuals have approached to examine what occurred, or the conditions got newsworthy:

1. Discover some new information: Chun Lei "Samrostan" Zhu ($15 million)

What amount would you pay to figure out how to play poker? All things considered, Chun Lei Zhu, otherwise called Samrostan, Patpatman and Patpatpanda, lost about $15 million while he took in the ropes playing high stakes poker on the web. Without a doubt, he could have quite recently employed a mentor for a small amount of that!

2. An Unsolved Murder: Akio Kashiwagi ($19 million)

Japanese land financial specialist and hot shot Akio Kashiwagi was known for playing baccarat at $100,000 a hand for over 24 hours in a row. He would play high stakes games for long distance race meetings, rest and return directly back to the activity. Be that as it may, in 1992, he was found ruthlessly killed in his home close to Mount Fuji, wounded more than multiple times. At the hour of his passing, he was said to owe an assortment of gambling clubs, including the Las Vegas Hilton as much as $5 million and Trump Plaza Hotel $4 million. With an expected absolute loss of $19 million, the puzzle encompassing his demise is as yet unsolved with nobody found or rebuffed for the homicide.

3. Stick to Playing in Person: Gus Hansen ($21.7 million)

Gus Hansen is an interesting figure since he's a notable expert poker player. He has won millions playing at live competitions and furthermore functions as a brand diplomat for poker locales and different brands. Be that as it may, it appears his wild play style doesn't serve him also when he plays online contrasted with disconnected. He has accumulated $21.7 million in online poker misfortunes at Full Tilt. While he says he's despite everything OK monetarily, he concedes that he can't keep on losing at this pace. Maybe he should simply adhere to playing face to face!

4. Ignore It: Kerry Packer ($30 million)

In 2000, Kerry Packer was Australia's most extravagant man, and one of the world's most noteworthy rollers. He went on rather acclaimed betting binges, losing huge entireties of money. One story tells that he would put huge bets on the roulette wheels of London's Crockford's gambling club, just to lose on every one of them. He likewise browse this site to read some reviews before he went on blackjack binges, winning and losing countless dollars in about a few days. While his misfortunes were mind boggling, his total assets was much increasingly enormous. Notwithstanding losing around $30 million out of 2000 alone (the main time the reports were verified by vendors or gambling club goers), it was scarcely even observable for his general resources. Business examiners contrasted it with what could be compared to a man with $3,000 losing $14.

5. Face an Unofficial Suspension: Michael Jordan ($?? million)

It appears there were a couple of b-ball players during the 90s who became involved with betting. An enduring top pick and individual from the Dream Team, Charles Barkley was a celebrated ball player who has kept on functioning as a TV expert. In any case, he has likewise admitted to widespread betting binges, incorporating losing $2.5 million of every six hours of playing blackjack. He quit betting for a long time, however has returned to it now, in spite of the fact that with more balance. Michael Jordan was likewise a famous card shark, and it's even supposed that his first retirement was really a mystery suspension from the NBA. He was the substance of ball and the class would not like to discolor his picture, however he expected to avoid the game for some time to serve a suspension because of betting examinations. That is the reason he spent that humiliating period playing small time baseball. Or on the other hand so the gossip goes.

6. Cheating: Archie Karas ($40 million)

From 1992 to 1994, Anargyros Karabourniotis, otherwise called Archie Karas, went on an amazing series of wins. He apparently transformed $50 into over $40 million and crushed a portion of poker's best players including Chip Reese, Doyle Brunson and Stu Ungar. Throughout the following two years, he continued to lose everything once more.

At that point, in 2015, he was found cheating at a San Diego-territory gambling club, checking cards. He was additionally discovered cheating by fixing chips. This has prompted some suspicion about his unique ascent in proficient poker – and implies that he is restricted from all Las Vegas and California gambling clubs.

klub 1 2 3 4 5 6 7  8         celkem
Slaný  26  24  26  26  26  25  23  23          
Kolín  24  27  27  25  27  0  27  14          
Slatina  26  27  23  27  27  25  0  27          
Chomutov  0  27  25  25  26  26  21  25          
Kadaň  26  25  24  0  25  26  27  14          
Ústí  26  20  0  24  21  25  24  25          
Perštejn  27  27  26  24  0  24  27  26          
Česká Lípa  24  27  26  24  23  25  22  0          
Mělník B  26  0  20  23  24  16  25  26          
                           
                           
                           

klub 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16  17 18     celkem
Slaný  0  27  25  25  23  27  21  27  27  0      
Kolín  24  13  27  27  24  27  0  24  25  27      
Slatina  27  26  27  22  27  26  26  0  27  27      
Chomutov  24   0  26  27  26  23  26  26  26  27      
Kadaň  25  27  23  27  0  25  27  26  27  25      
Ústí  27  23  27  0  26  26  24  26  27  26      
Perštejn  26  25  26  27  25  0  25  22  27  27      
Česká Lípa  27  23  24  25  25  25  26  27  0  26      
 Mělník B  25  27  0  24  18  27  25  26  20  26