I’m still waiting for the bonus 1000 impressions they promise new members. Out of those I earned at a 3:2 ratio I haven’t seen a single click. Will watch to see what happens after impressions are granted.
Update: Still no answer, still no impressions, and another webmaster (thanks, Jerry) informs me that all he sees are the same banners for Las Vegas Club – come to think of it, that’s what I see too. Definite decision tomorrow.
Update 2: Three days later, no answer. Traffic close to none. No Keluaran Hkbonus impressions. Unless I hear something, this is where this banner exchange belongs.
Update 3: Email arrives, saying account was credited, so I went to check. What was credited? 1000 additional exposures from my site, rather than 1000 additional credits for impressions on other sites. Means I got gypped for 500 impressions. Will wait for this to be corrected before reconsidering.
Gambling Banner Exchange: JoinCasino
This one better watch out for. 500 supposed impressions used up overnight, but my own logs show practically no activity, and I know the banner is being pulled from this site. Highly debatable, will watch a couple more days for traffic.
Update: I got a couple of nibbles, that’s it. And I still have never seen anything other than a Las Vegas Club banner displayed. Although I am sorely tempted to drop this into Not Recommended, I think I had better visit a few more sites displaying Join Casino banners before I make that kind of decision. So borderline Neutral/Not Recommended.
Update 2: Further research uncovers some anomalies on this site. News not updated since February. Has a Gambling.com #1 Top Site banner – yet no evidence at Gambling.com that this site has ever made even the top 50. And visiting another site showed exactly the same Las Vegas Club banner. If anyone uncovers anything different let me know and I will investigate again, but this latest info drops JoinCasino into “Not Recommended”.
Gambling Information Site: CasinoProphet
Rather than spend the energy to …
Cerezo Osaka 2 Shonan Bellmare 1
Kashima Antlers 0 Sanfrecce Hiroshima 0
Urawa Reds 3 Kawasaki Frontale 0
Saturday 17 April
Gamba Osaka 1 Shimizu S-Pulse 1
FC Tokyo 1 Kyoto Sanga 1
Jubilo Iwata 1 Omiya Ardija 1
Montedio Yamagata 0 Yokohama F Marinos 1
Nagoya Grampus 1 Albirex Niigata 1
Vegalta Sendai 0 Vissel Kobe 1
Urawa Reds P 7 Pts 16
Shimizu S-Pulse P 7 Pts 15
Nagoya Grampus P 6 Pts 13
Kawasaki Frontale P 7 Pts 13
Kashima Antlers P 7 Pts 12
Yokohama F Marinos P 7 Pts 11
Leading Scorers for Keluaran HK
Shoki Hirai, Gamba Osaka 5
Shinji Kagawa, Cerezo Osaka 5
Ryang Yong Gi, Vegalta Sendai 4
Chong Tese, Kawasaki Frontale 4
Yesterday tickets went on sale over the counter at one of the big banks and at the FIFA ticketing office in Cape Town.
After being told by FIFA that there were tickets for all games, people who had been queuing from 0700 finally got to the counter at around 1400 to be told that only Category 1 tickets were available for some games.
My wife queued all day and bought nothing as only the minor games were available.
She saw a couple of gangster type guys right at the front of the queue producing ID books for 10 people and claiming 10 tickets on each ID book, obviously for touting later.
The computers could not cope and very few people were served per hour.
Police wrere called to control disgruntled fans in Johannesburg and at the FIFA Ticketing offices in CPT.
In my opinion FIFA’s ticketing scheme is bullshit:
- getting people ( myself included ) to buy tickets when they don’t know which teams they will get.b. bringing more tickets on to the market in phases and inferring there is a scarcity,
- not keeping people informed and not being able to reply promptly to queries.
FIFA and everyone involved with them are not getting ( and don’t deserve) good press over …
Last week South Korea decided to bid for either the 2018 or 2022 World Cups. Tonight, attention is focused solely on qualifying for the 2010 version as the national team takes on Iran in Tehran.
100,000 fans (all male – though female Korean fans are allowed with headscarves) will cram into the imposing Azadi Stadium in the Persian capital to watch a big match between two of Asia’s biggest rivals. It will not be a night for the faint-hearted.
It could have been a lot worse however. The Taeguk Warriors take the field in Tehran with seven points from three games so far, two points clear at the top of Group Two in Asian qualification. The top two teams automatically qualify for South Africa.
Iran is in second with five while Saudi Arabia and North Korea, who meet in Pyongyang, have four each. UAE is virtually out of the running with one.
A win for Huh Jung-moo’s men would put them well in control of the group at the halfway stage. As three of those last four games take place in the Land of the Morning Calm, it would be a huge step along the road to 2010. In truth a draw would be more than satisfactory. In three matches in Tehran, Korea has never won. On paper, it is the toughest of the five remaining games.
Iran is a formidable opponent. Javad Nekounam plays for Osasuna in Spain and is one of Asia’s best midfielders – powerful and inspirational. Much has been made in the Keluaran HK Korean media of the fact that ‘Neka’ will be faced by young Seoul star Ki Sung-yung. If Ki – tipped for great things – can hold his own against the Persian Prince on his own turf then it could be a night to remember.
Nekounam believes that older heads than Ki’s will struggle at the Azadi Stadium. Park Ji-sung plays for Manchester United, the champions of England, Europe and the world but his Iranian counterpart believes he may struggle to handle the Azadi atmosphere. …