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first_imgWILLIAM HILL SPORTS BOOK AT TROPICANA EVANSVILLE CASINO HOSTS BIG GAME PARTY(Indiana’s Big Game Party Headquarters Features Buffet, Great Prizes, & Live ESPN Broadcast on Sunday, Feb. 2 at 3 p.m. C.S.T.) In celebration of legalized sports betting in Indiana, fans and bettors are invited to come to place their bets on the biggest sporting event of the year. William Hill Sports Book at Tropicana Evansville Casino will host a Big Game Party Sunday, Feb. 2, starting at 3 p.m. C.S.T. in the Tropicana Evansville Executive Conference Center.Sunday, Feb. 2 1 to 3 p.m.:  ESPN 97.7 FM/WREF Hosts Gene Whorl & Dan Egierski will broadcast their show, All About Sports, live from the William Hill Sports Book3 p.m. through the end of the game:  The party, for sports fans 21 years of age and older, will include an all-you-can-eat buffet available throughout the game. Party guests will receive a commemorative Pro Football Championship T-shirt while supplies last and have the chance to win prizes, including an Elijah Craig Golf Bag, Coors Light Mini Refrigerator, Yuengling Grill, Patron Hammock Lounge Chair, Coors Light Prizes, and $100 Bets provided by William Hill Sports Book.One lucky guest will win the end-of-game Grand Prize, Indianapolis 500 Weekend Tickets for Two which include the Friday Carb Day Miller Lite VIP Party, General Admission to a Saturday Concert, Sunday VIP Passes to the Coors Light Snake Pit & VIP Passes to the Miller Lite Party Deck.Tickets to the Tropicana Evansville Big Game Party are $20 each at the door.The Tropicana Evansville Hotel is offering fans a special $100 Overnight Hotel Rate Sunday, Feb. 2, which includes two Big Game Party tickets, when they reference offer code: BIG GAME.Within the William Hill Sports Book, seating is complimentary and first come, first served. Sports fans will be able to enjoy the new menu including beef chili, hotdogs, pizza and more!William Hill will be offering more than 800 ways to bet the Big Game, including prop bets such as:Will there be overtime?Will there be a safety?Who will be the Most Valuable Player?Result of Opening Coin Toss – heads or tails?The Sports Book also will be offering a $100,000 Parlay Card where bettors have the chance to win up to $100,000 by correctly choosing all 15 winners of 15 Big Game Props on the card. The parlay card is $5 to play, and sports fans may play multiple cards for the chance to win.WHAT:  William Hill Sports Book at Tropicana Evansville Casino Hosts Big Game PartyWHERE: William Hill Sports Book at Tropicana Evansville Casino ON 421 NW Riverside Drive Evansville, IN 47708WEB https://www.tropevansville.com/event/casino-tournament/hey-sports-fans FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Rules of ‘Mankading’ need clarity: Jos Buttler

first_imgJaipur: Jos Buttler believes his controversial dismissal in Rajasthan Royals’ first game of the IPL season was ‘probably the wrong decision’, adding that the current wording of the laws governing run-outs at the non-striker’s end are a bit ‘wishy-washy’, needing further clarification. “Of course a Mankading has to be in the laws of the game because a batsman can’t just run halfway down the pitch trying to get a headstart,” Buttler told ESPNcricinfo.“But I do think the way the law is written, there is a bit of a grey area in that saying ‘when a bowler is expected to release the ball’. That is a bit of a wishy-washy statement.” England batsman Buttler was ‘Mankaded’ by Kings XI Punjab captain R Ashwin at a crucial moment in the match that Rajasthan went on to lose. The manner of the dismissal created ripples across the cricketing fraternity and beyond, with many former greats of the game lambasting the Indian off-spinner for breaching the ‘spirit of the game’. Buttler said it set ‘a bad precedent at the start of the tournament’.“At the time I was really disappointed with it. I didn’t like the style of it. I just thought it was a bad precedent at the start of the tournament. For the tournament itself. It was a really disappointing way to start the tournament,” he said. The current wording of Law 41.16 states: “If the non-striker is out of his/her ground at any time from the moment the ball comes into play until the instant when the bowler would normally have been expected to release the ball, the non-striker is liable to be run out”.In the case of Buttler’s dismissal, that key phrase ‘expected release’ was a major factor in his downfall. The MCC, which initially said it was not against the spirit of the game, later backtracked on its statement, saying the act was not right. “If you look at the footage, probably the wrong decision was made because at the time he was expected to release the ball I was in my crease,” Buttler said.“What was more disappointing is that suddenly, over the next two games, I found myself being really conscious of it and it is quite distracting,” he said. “It is so rare that you’re not normally thinking about it. I must be the only person to get out twice in that way. “It distracted me for the next couple of games which is why it was nice to get some runs in the win and get back to thinking about batting and not worrying about how I back up at the non-striker’s end.”Since the incident, Buttler, who had made six half-centuries in his seven previous IPL innings prior to that, managed two single-figure scores against Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings. The 28-year old then returned to form with an innings of 59 from 43 balls against Royal Challengers Bangalore, helping Royals script their first win of the season. IANSAlso Read: SPORTS NEWSlast_img read more