Nothing comes between Miley Cyrus and her Jean Paul Gaultier white blazer at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.
Ditto for the black and white Christian Louboutin peep toe shoes. At 19, Miley Cyrus is all grown up.
Donald Trump officially endorses Mitt Romney for President in 2012.
Billionaire Trump made the announcement at his Trump Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“ As everyone in this room knows, our Country is in serious, serious trouble. We really have an opportunity to do something great for the Country.
It’s my Honor, a real honor and privilege to endorse Mitt Romney. Mitt is tough. He’s smart. He’s sharp.
He’s not going to allow bad things to continue to happen to this Country that we all are in. ” – Donald Trump
Oddsmakers in Las Vegas sports books are rooting for the New England Patriots to win SuperBowl 46 on Sunday February 5, 2012.
The reason why? Money, of course.
Nevada sports books took significant futures bet action on the New York Giants to win the Super Bowl at long odds.
Odds as high as 80 to 1 have some sports books sweating their exposure to financial losses on Super Sunday.
One game away from a winning nickel bet on the G-men returning $40,500. How about a dime for $81,000?
The only thing worse for the books would have been a Denver Broncos win at 5000-1 where a simple $200 wager would have returned a cool $1,000,000.
Pius Heinz is the 2011 World Series of Poker main event Champion. The deserving 22 year old German poker pro outlasted 6,864 other players on his way to winning pokers most coveted prize – the gold and diamond WSOP bracelet and $8,715,638 in prize money.
The aggressive and intelligent play of Pius Heinz led the new champion to ultimate victory after a grueling 3 hour head to head match with runner up Martin Staszko, a very capable Czech Chess Expert.
The chip count lead changed back and forth multiple times but in hand 301, Pius Heinz won pokers biggest prize – the 2011 WSOP Main Event Championship. 2011 Poker Player of the Year, Ben Lamb finished third and a well played fourth prize went to Matt Giannetti.
Video: Enjoy all the action from the 2011 WSOP main event final table 3-handed
Well played. Congratulations to the first German WSOP Main Event Champion and new King of Poker, Pius Heinz.