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The host country opens the 2010 FIFA World Cup with a match against powerhouse Mexico. Football observers do not give the host country much of a chance in this tournament, more so grouped with football giants Mexico, Uruguay and France. But South Africa may just surprise many of us. The spoils of being hosts will certainly give them an advantage. But for how long?
For South Africa, World Cup 2010 observers hope they will make it to the group stage.

Mexico is certainly more favored to do well than their hosts. But as we have seen in the past four World Cups, Mexico has not gone beyond the fourth game. That is, at the very least, the teams objective in South Africa. Will they do it?

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South Africa: autumn internationals form guide   by TTBUTT

For South Africa, 2009 has been another hugely successful year. Can the world champion Springboks cap it off with a clean sweep in Europe during the November Tests?

South Africaholds its breath every time Peter de Villiers opens his mouth, such is the unpredictability of their maverick coach. But results speak louder than (ill-advised) words, and he has kept the Springbok machine on track since taking over after their 2007 World Cup win. <br>

Key men:

The Bokke uncovered a ready-made international fly-half in Morne Steyn this summer, and despite his relative inexperience at Test level, the Blue Bulls star has been nerveless with the boot and made the right decisions for his side.

Elsewhere South Africa have two modern-day legends in the pack in skipper John Smit and Victor Matfield. These two men hold the key to their dominant line-out, which in turn holds the key to their entire game.

Target area:

Where to start? It's hard to find holes in this set-up but the only team who have got close in recent months were the British and Irish Lions. They did this by playing positive rugby with the ball in hand and going hell for leather in the process. South Africa look weak whenever a side moves the game away from the Boks' favoured territorial kicking game.

Form:

World champions, Tri-Nations champions, Sevens champions, they beat the Lions with a Test to spare and the Blue Bulls are Super 14 champions. It's safe to say that this lot are on form.

Likely XV:

Mtawarira, Du Plessis, Smit, Botha, Matfield, Brussow, Burger, Spies, Du Preez, Steyn, Habana, Olivier, Fourie, Pietersen, Pienaar

Fixtures:

Nov 6 v Leicester Tigers, Welford Road, Sky Sports 2

Nov 13 v France, Stade Municipal Toulouse, ESPN

Nov 17 v Saracens, Wembley, Sky Sports 2

Nov 21 v Italy, Stadio Friuli Udinese

Nov 28 v Ireland, Croke Park, BBC1

Prediction:

South Africa are sure to bring the best out of all their opponents, and with a large number of Rainbow Nation ex-pats now living in Britain they can expect wholehearted support wherever they go. France and Ireland represent the hardest Tests but it would be foolish to bet against anything other than an unbeaten tour.

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2008 World Series of Poker in Chaos?   by Bob Henry

The 2008 World Series of Poker begins this weekend at the Rio All-Suite Hotel in Las Vegas. The tournament is the highlight of the year for professional poker players, with over 50,000 players set to attend the biggest poker festival in the world.

This year's tournament is certain to break all previous records, after both online and live tournament poker enjoyed massive growth over the past year. Fifty-five WSOP bracelets covering every conceivable poker format will be up for grabs, including eight $10,000 World Championship events and eight $5,000 World Championship events.

While the 2008 World Series of Poker has made all the right moves by making the tournament bigger and more accessible, some of the changes are causing a stir in the professional poker community, with amendments to the format of the main event causing the most controversy.

The WSOP Main Event Final

Unlike previous tournaments in which the final tables of the WSOP main event were taped by networks and broadcast at a later date, the WSOP main event has been organised to go live in 2008, with ESPN set to broadcast play at the final table live on primetime television.

However, it is not the live broadcast of the event that has put the game's elite in a stew. Rather it is the bizarre decision to host the final table WSOP finale 117 days after the conclusion of the World Series of Poker festival.

This is equivalent to deciding to play the final of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa three months after the semi-finals in June of that year. The decision is certain to drain the event of both momentum and context, and given the way that luck runs in poker, could have a major impact on who emerges as the next WSOP champion.

ESPN and the WSOP organisers have attempted to rationalise the changes to the tournament by claiming that the 3 month break will give players the opportunity to study their opponents, receive coaching from professional players and work on their poker games.

Ironically, the person least likely to benefit from this move is the chip leader at the final table, whose game will be fundamentally undermined by the opportunity opponents will have to study and read his or her game.

While the ESPN broadcast is certain to be an unqualified success, chances are it won't actually benefit the game itself. The most seasoned professional players are subscribing in rapidly increasing numbers to the view that the WSOP main event has evolved into nothing more than a loud, glitzy, over-subscribed poker lottery.

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Bob Henry is a journalist who writes for Gambling Guru and other online gambling publications. If you want to find out more about the World Series of Poker visit http://www.gambling-guru.com

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