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Dr. Richard Jarecki, the Man Who “Beat” Roulette, Dies at 86

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In the poker world, you have big names like Daniel Negreanu, Erik Seidel, and Phil Ivey. In the casino world, blackjack was the game that provoked mathematicians to turn their attention to beating the system. Many people know the name Edward Thorp from his “Beat the Dealer” book. There are also well-known stories of the students from MIT that won millions with their team card counting system. Roulette, on the other hand, isn’t one of the games that’s widely recognized by famous players. Richard Jarecki happens to be one of the few, though. Dr. Richard Jarecki passed away on July […]

Comcast hack reveals some Spectrum customers were open to security vulnerability

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Following the discovery and subsequent fixing of a security flaw with Comcast‘s login portal earlier this month, it appears that Spectrum customers were also vulnerable to hacking through their internet service provider. Security researchers Phobia and Nicholas “Convict” Ceraolo uncovered the issue, which allowed anyone to hack into Spectrum customers’ accounts without a password, BuzzFeed News reports. A customer’s IP address and a little social engineering could give hackers access to a user’s email, billing address, or phone number. (That is, with a user’s IP address, a hacker could contact customer service and glean other information about a user.) With […]

5 Signs You Have Depression Without Knowing

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Need help with your or your depression, anxiety or mental health? Get help here – https://betterhelp.com/authenticmentalhealth You can be depressed without even knowing, but how can you seek or get help for depression if you don’t know you’re depressed? Here are 5 Signs You Have Depression Without Knowing. 1. You don’t feel anything 2. You sleep way too much or not at all 3. Moving thinking or talking slowly 4. Constant headaches or physical pain 5. Loss of interest in things you used to love ► Need help with your or your depression, anxiety or mental health? Get help here […]

“Fight for real news”: BuzzFeed News adding a donate button at the end of articles

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Apparently taking inspiration from The Guardian, BuzzFeed News is going to add a donate button to the end of each article, allowing readers to fund the site voluntarily. The question now is, will they? Liberals couldn’t donate money fast enough to a GoFundMe account set up for fired FBI agent Peter Strzok, but will they click a button at the bottom of an article they just read to donate up to $100? BuzzFeed is now allowing readers to donate between $5 and $100 to help pay for cost of newsroom https://t.co/kzMme2CX7D via @WSJ — Hadas Gold (@Hadas_Gold) August 27, 2018 […]

12 pieces of conversion optimization advice you should ignore

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Whenever you hear a marketing practice referred to as “easy,” it’s usually not. Contributor Ayat Shukairy looks at some common CRO misconceptions and their uncommon realities. The post 12 pieces of conversion optimization advice you should ignore appeared first on Marketing Land. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article. Read more: feeds.marketingland.com

Antarctica Pyramid Conspiracy: Are They Really Just Mountains?

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In 2016, viral images emerged purporting to show a cluster of three giant pyramids in Antarctica. Conspiracy theorists suggested that these were built by an unknown ancient civilization that flourished roughly 100,000 million years ago when the frozen continent was located near the equator. According to one conspiracy website: Recently, Google Earth satellite imagery discovered a constellation of three snow-covered pyramids in Antarctica. Scientists and researchers are, admittedly, rather taken aback. Two of the three pyramids are about 10 miles inland, while the third is directly near the coastline. No research has ever mentioned a civilization in Antarctica, much less […]

Yankees show off dominant bullpen in 2-1 win: 8/21/18

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Daily Recap: The Yankees’ bullpen fired six shutout innings and escaped numerous jams to lead the team to a 2-1 victory over the Marlins About Major League Baseball: Major League Baseball (MLB) is the most historic professional sports league in the United States and consists of 30 member clubs in the U.S. and Canada, representing the highest level of professional baseball. Led by Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr., MLB currently features record levels of labor peace, competitive balance and industry revenues, as well as the most comprehensive drug-testing program in American professional sports. MLB remains committed to making an impact […]

Left-wing insurgency hits wall…

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Left-wing insurgency hits wall… (Top headline, 4th story, link) Related stories:OHIO HOUSE SEAT STAYS RED…RESULTS: KS, MI, MO, WA…Kobach uphill battle…Record numbers of women nominated for gov, Congress… Advertise here Read more: feedproxy.google.com

Melania Trump Is ‘Far More Relaxed’ When She’s Not with the President: Report

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President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump‘s every move together is the subject of ample speculation — and in a new piece by The New York Times, a source alleges that she appears more comfortable solo. “In private, a former White House official said, Mr. and Mrs. Trump give the impression that they like one another, but their rapport is not particularly warm,” the Times report, published Friday, states. “One person who has spent a considerable amount of time around her said Mrs. Trump was far more relaxed outside the presence of her husband than when he was around.” […]

Dealer who sold ammo to Las Vegas shooter indicted

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An Arizona man who sold ammunition to the gunman in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history was charged Wednesday in Nevada on a charge of engaging in the business of making ammunition without a license. Read more: foxnews.com