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SwC to host 2021 BCH Poker Championship
SwC Poker was one of the first Bitcoin poker sites and has gone on to become one of the best. Until the start of this tournament, SwC Poker accepted Bitcoin, but after some persuasion from Bitcoin Cash (BCH) OG Roger Ver, they will now be accepting BCH.
The 2021 BCH poker championship will take place between 28 May 2021 and 6 June 2021, featuring 31 events. There is a total of more than 20 BCH up for grabs spread out over the various events, with a 5 BCH guaranteed first-place prize on the main event – a 50k uBCH buy-in no-limit Texas hold ’em tournament.
Events start every day atwith more events starting at and to cater for people all around the world. Buy-ins will depend on the event, but they will range from 5k to 100k uBCH.
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Weekend bets to keep an eye on…
Ulsan vs Jeju – Ulsan +0 handicap at odds of 1.66
Jeju has drawn 10 of their 18 K-League matches (winning just 4). They’re also on a run of 7 games without a win. They host top-of-the-league Ulsan, who have only lost away from home twice all season (4 wins, 3 draws). The visitors are a big price, but the +0 handicap covers you for a draw, in case Jeju notch an 11th tie of the campaign.
Cincinnati vs New England – New England to win at odds of 2.043
With just 1 loss in their opening 7 Major League Soccer (MLS) matches, New England leads the Eastern Conference. They face bottom-of-the-league Cincinnati and are priced near even money. The home team have lost 6 straight home matches in all competitions, not winning since a 2-1 win over Columbus Crew in October. They also have the worst defensive record in the MLS. The price here seems attractive and is worth a look.
Manchester City vs Chelsea – Draw at odds of 3.5
Chelsea has lost 3 of their last 4 in all competitions, but still doesn’t concede many goals under Thomas Tuchel (16 in 29 matches). The Londoners have beaten Man City in their last 2 meetings and will be sure to keep a very tight ship in a monumentally important match. Man City are the favorites, and rightly so, but Chelsea has enough about them to slow the game down and grind out a draw. These big finals are always tight and decided by a small margin, so the draw is a good play here.
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