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$ACED, a VERY detailed review.

Conducted by ANON A review on what to expect from this up and coming project
Can be found on coingecko.
Within this post/document it will cover what $ACED & AceD as a whole is, what to expect, and questions you guys have asked alongside information on the current online gambling statistics for the world, especially sports betting.
> The reason I have gone to this effort is because I have never seen such a low MC project have so much potential, this is unironically a gem. I truly hope you all see the value in this. LONG READ.
What is $ACED and Acedbet.io?
> 500k MC at this current time of posting
> Ethereum-based Token Tokenomics, Symbol: $ACED, Decimals: 18, Type: ERC-20 Token, Total Supply: 200 Million AceD, Circulating supply: 190 Million AceD
> This IS A FULLY WORKING RPODUCT. They advertise: Multi Crypto, Sports & Esports, Fair Odds, and Full Anonymity for all betters.
> AceD bases its fundamentals in providing an alternative to existing centralized systems through the blockchain. Other than most cryptocurrencies that just provide anonymity, AceD plans on developing a privacy-orientated platform where the possibilities are endless. AceD’s mission is to provide online world class entertainment options while providing a secure and private platform.
> Multi Crypto Sportsbook, AceDBets, is a newly launched sportsbook that aims to provide a superior user experience. Custom-designed from the ground up, AceDBets combines a smooth, streamlined interface with social features that enable interactions with fellow cappers.
> “Our goal is to develop an appealing product that betters can enjoy, fair betting experience with 0 downtime. Place a bet from anywhere in the world, totally anon compatible on any device. Demand will increase with improvements. Poker will also be a major driver.”
What the original AceD and the recent move to being a ERC-20 Token? why it happened:
> “AceD started out in June 2018 as a POS/Masternode coin. We decided to swap to ethereum chain in June 2020. Some bad characters were exploiting the chain stealing masternode rewards and selling them on exchange. Updates were too costly with centralized exchanges so the move to ethereum chain was the direction we agreed on. So basically, the main reason why we moved to Ethereum chain is to focus on product development and not worry about blockchain issues. We have Vitalik looking after our chain, no need to develop a blockchain ourselves.”
Did any tokens get lost?
> I asked about this and they said the 200million listed on etherscan is the full amount. Investors initially assumed that tokens were lost originally with the swap, but that is not the case.
The major thing a lot of you guys wanted to know about were the Team, Whitepapers and Roadmaps:
> “Expect team info to be available within the new couple days. Whitepaper draft has already started alongside roadmap, expect publishment within 2 weeks or so.”
> “We also plan to hire more staffing to fill the downtime as our userbase is increasing rapidly need to adapt with demand Over 1200 users signed up total. The total amount of team members we have is 10 (6 developers).”
I asked about bingo not working after being advertised as working, got a nice response, good to see priorities being taken care of:
> “Bingo has been taken offline temporarily; we’ll revisit the product as it requires some attention. AceDbets.io/sports betting is our primary focus right now.”
Considering live sports betting is the only thing running at the moment, what is the current daily, weekly, total wagered through you guys, how do the tokens get redistributed?
> “We shared a chart showing steady growth in bets over the past 3 months. Betting volume is out the roof this month, NBA resumes next week expecting even bigger volumes to roll in with major sports resuming. July numbers will be shared in 3-4 days. Currently there is no dividends model for users, the bankroll profits help fund development and future marketing goals.”
I find that last part interesting, could potentially be implemented as a system to reward staking if it were introduced. Hmm.


ACED and their future. What they plan on doing with Acedbet.io and their product as a whole.
What is there to look forward to in the next upcoming update, Any set time release? (This is in relation to the website and the extra features they plan to add to their sports betting. I have seen a lot of people comment on it.)
> “No firm date for the update, however we’re in the final stages of testing. It is a massive update for our platform need to ensure everything is down right and functional before we make the transition. Always room for improvement, the new update has many changes which will improve the user experience. We will continue to make changes, always listening to feedback and suggestions from our community.”
> “Support desk is being introduced along with update, where users will have access to knowledge tools, how to use acedbets, understanding betting odds, rules for events and quick support with ticketing system.”
> “in the near future we plan to introduce betting and bankroll management tracking tools. to help a better understand their track record.”
> “Updates will be provided in stages, we find that a more effective approach instead of blasting one big update every few months.”
This update is essential for the QOL of this product, the team seems to be absolutely working their arses off.
Ok, onto the future updates then:
THE BIG QUESTION? WHEN POKER?
> Focus is on acedbets.io right now. There are not many bugs left, one major one with All IN freeze up issue and then a bunch of minor visual bugs that need to be ironed out. This will be revealed in our roadmap, we hope to have the product live in Q42020. It’s 80% complete with a few user facing bugs that will be addressed when we resume development in August.”
> “After poker, we will be adding more games to the platform such as Keno, Bingo, Roulette, Blackjack. Considering adding live dealers as well.”
WHEN STAKING?
> “Staking on platform will be introduced eventually not sure of the timeline for this. We would have a community vote on how to fund the staking model, a certain amount of coins could be minted for example to support long tem staking.”
I personally find this part to be interesting, if they manage to pull off a staking + betting crypto site, where potentially dividends could be paid off to stakers, etc. it would be crazy, never seen anything like this.
WHEN EXCHANGE?
> “Waiting for IDEX to reply, we have followed up and our listing request is now with their manager for review. We are actively seeking new exchanges and will find a better alternative to graviex very soon. IDEX application submitted, being reviewed by their listing manager.”
WHEN MARKETING?
> “We will be ramping up marketing after our acedbets.io update. Social media, influencers, AMA’s podcasts, some fun contests, publishing articles on major crypto sites, telegram and discord server promotions, partnerships.”
WHEN WILL YOU MAKE BLOG POSTS AGAIN?
> We will be appointing 2 team members to handle our social media profiles. This includes our medium account. All information will be available on acedcoin.com and medium.
I am unsure of anymore future updates as they have said they do not want to make too many promises. I believe with the roadmap release we will be able to get a grand idea of the project. PLEASE DO NOT BE AFRAID TO JOIN THE DISCORD AND SUGGEST IDEAS, THEY LOVE ALL INPUT AND TAKE IT SERIOUSLY.

Why bother investing in this?
> How about you guys have a look at the online gambling market predictions for the next 10 years…
> “The global online gambling market size was valued at USD 53.7 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.5% from 2020 to 2027. The high internet penetration and increasing use of mobile phones among individuals for playing online games from their homes and public places are driving the market.
In addition, factors such as easy access to online gambling, legalization and cultural approval, corporate sponsorships, and celebrity endorsements are also contributing to market growth. The growing availability of cost-effective mobile applications across the globe is further expected to fuel market growth.”
THIS PUTS A $104B VALUATION EXPACTATION FOR 2025.
IT THEN GOES ON TO SAY THIS: > “ The growing number of sports followers across the globe has fuelled the demand for sports betting. The majority of bets are placed on boxing, baseball, football, and hockey sports, which is, in turn, driving the market.
Increasing the development of new technologies such as virtual reality and blockchain is also driving the growth of the industry. This may be attributed to the fact that several companies are now integrating the blockchain technology into their online gambling business. This helps them ensure transparency in gambling activities and offer enhanced user experience. In addition, blockchain-based gambling platforms are completely decentralized and are free of third-party influence.”
They LITERALLY KNOW AND INCLUDE BLOCKCHAIN in their report. THEY KNOW IT WILL BE A BIG INFLUENCE IN YEARS TO COME. Even with COVID-19, AceD covers every sport you could think of that would be running right now, it even has E-Sports. This market prediction, alongside the ACED betting website WITH FULL ANONYMITY… This is going to blow. Once more betting options are released too, especially live poker. Man, you guys better be ready, do not complain about not getting in. I have laid this all out for you, now the choice is yours.
The closest thing that even compares to $ACED is 25mc, and then the next is 40mc. Neither have Anonymous gambling. Once $ACED gains more features, they will be far ahead of these other platforms.

EXTRAS
What are you current biggest draw backs? what is stopping you guys from really excelling and achieving these visions faster?
> “Funding, our goal is to build a self-sustainable model with acedbets.io and we are well on our way to achieving this. We would also like to introduce more entertainment options such as live streaming with tip functionality. With our growing userbase I think we can attract a lot of streamers to use our platform to share their content. In order to achieve these, we can have community votes on coins being minted and offered as OTC crowd sale.”
Legal troubles, could this happen with the anonymous betting? Once you guys do pop off and blow up, will this bite you? I don’t personally see a reason for it to but please explain if there would be.
> “Currently, we don’t offer betting in fiat currencies, our platform is strictly crypto therefore a gaming license is not required to operate in this space. However, if need be we are prepared to comply with any changes and a gaming license would be obtained if required.”
If the site does get hacked or anything happens, how safe are everyone’s funds? Sorry if this is rather random it’s just good to know.
> “All funds deposited into acedbets.io are moved over to cold storage. We only keep a small threshold to payout daily withdrawals which is replenished on a daily basis.”
Wtf went on with DGN? saw a lot of fud > “I was in touch with Bubba-Degen (founder of DGN) , announcement was made on their discord. The FUD started due to couple members requesting a refund and were unhappy with the announcement of launch date being extended to upcoming Friday. The 2 guys went ahead and started spamming telegram groups with false information and accusing DGN as scammers. The DGN token will be listed on acedbets.io this weekend and the project will be live be going live on Uniswap on Friday. “
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Understanding Your Internet Sports Betting Options

Internet Sports Betting
The Internet has grown tremendously over the past decade. From placing sports bets to buying a car, the Internet has made our lives extremely comfortable. The Internet has been a great tool for sports bettors. The wealth of information that's readily available has helped sports bettors make more informed decisions. In the old days, you were limited to whatever you heard on the street.
Understanding your Internet sports betting options
The Internet offers you a choice of hundreds of established online casinos and sports betting portals that offer superb features and great bonuses. Since they have a lower overhead than a traditional brick and mortar gambling operation, online gambling destinations can be very liberal when it comes to a signup bonus and ongoing promotions. Online sports betting destinations are online 24 hours a day and just a click away.
The options available through Internet sports betting sites are numerous and varied. Equipped with the right information, you can enjoy a plethora of betting options. Much like the stock market, knowing when to bet a moving line can be the key to success. Most online sports books are simply followers of other lines. Paying attention to line moves is vital to winning long-term. Thanks to the Internet, it's now possible to watch line moves from the comfort of your favorite chair.
The Internet today, provides a number of quality sports betting online services. Not only do sports betting portals offer terrific betting odds for a number of games like horse racing, baseball, football, basketball, auto racing, golf, hockey, and tennis, some of them also give you free cash. The good sports books will give you a signup bonus and bonuses for re-depositing.
Some frequently used sports betting terms:
Arbitrage: Betting the same event at separate sports books in order to lock in a profit by taking advantage of different betting lines.
Bankroll: Total capital available for betting sports.
Bookmaker (or bookie): A person who accepts bets.
Chalk: A favorite (usually, a heavy favorite).
Circled game: A game in which the sports book has reduced its betting limits, usually because of weather or the uncertain status of injured players.
Futures: A type of wager involving the outcome of a season or how a particular team or player will perform over the course of a season.
Hook: A half-point in the betting spread.
Line (sports betting lines): The point spread or odds on a game or event.
Lock: A bet that cannot lose; a term that is often misused and abused by disreputable touts.
Match-up proposition: A betting option that pits two players against one another in a contest or event, often used in golf and auto racing wagering.
Nickel: $500.
Parlay: A bet in which two or more events must happen in order to win; if any one of them does not happen, the wager loses.
Point spread: The number of points added to or subtracted from a team's actual score for betting purposes.
Sports book: The part of the casino that accepts bets on athletic contests.
Vigorish (or vig): The commission charged by a bookmaker.
Quick Sports Betting Tips & Strategies
1.Make each bet a small percentage of your overall bankroll. For example, if you had a $1,000 bankroll and wanted to make each bet 1% of that, your average bet would be $10. As you win, you bet amount goes up.
2.Don't chase losers. Keep your bets solid and follow your defined sports betting parameters. Just because you lose three bets in a row does not mean you will win any time soon. If you don't pick winners well, this could go on for some time. Keep to your guns.
3.Straight bets are better than parlays. Sure, parlay bets offer the chance to win a lot of money for a small bet, but straight bets will be your consistent winner over time. Everyone plays parlays, but don't make them the focus of your sports betting activity.
4.In horse racing, don't bet a horse to just show. If you think the horse is good enough to be a front-runner, bet the horse to win, place and show. If the horse is not good enough for this type of bet, in your opinion, the horse is not worth laying any money on to begin with.
There are four solid sports betting tips & strategies to make you a much better sports bettor. Your next move is to head over to your favorite sports book and put these sports betting tips & strategies into practice.
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7 Ways to Choose The Right Sports Betting Site

1. Trusted websites

Reading website reviews ensures that bookmakers play by the rules, pay out winners and are fair and friendly with their customer service. If they do not, punters may be forced to contact management officials to outline the problems and apply pressure to have the situation resolved.
Doing your own research is the hardest way to choose a sports betting site. It’s time consuming, and you may find it difficult to get all the information you need. Nonetheless, it’s an approach that you should consider. Just make sure you do it correctly.
Nobody wants a bad experience with any company they do business with, and online betting sites are no different. That’s why punters need to do their homework in advance and find out as much about them as possible. You should ask yourself at least these questions:
1. What deposit options are available? 2. Does the bookmaker offer bonuses for an initial deposit and/or to re-deposit funds into an account? 3. How difficult is it to withdraw money from the account? 4. How many different betting options are offered on the sports gambling site? (For example do they offer in-play betting?)
These are all important questions that need to be answered by the punter before deciding to make a deposit.

2. Read online reviews

Another way to choose where to bet is to read third party reviews online and talk to fellow punters. Online bookmakers with positive reviews on multiples sources, feedback and comments from current customers and your own additional research will help you choose trusted brand.
Each review should contain information including deposit options available, bonuses on offer, sports covered, and various betting options. Thus providing a real insight into what it is like to use the site - ultimately this is what really matters.

3. Website promotions and offers

There are a number of factors that punters need to take into account when choosing a top online bookmaker. Bonuses, free bets and concessions should be at the forefront of punters minds, and they significantly vary by bookmaker. Acquiring bonuses can provide a powerful boost to punters winnings, especially when it comes to those betting for the first time.
Bookmakers are battling with their competitors to offer potential new customers a reason to choose their company over another, so there’s plenty of a choice available before you decide to sign up.

4. Competitive odds and payment options

Most bookmakers are expanding the number of payment methods they offer to clients – however there are huge differences between them. The major European firms have debit/credit cards, e-wallets, prepaid cards, bank transfers, cheques and much more.
Customers in some countries, where there are restrictions may be limited to only using e-wallets (providing a degree of anonymity), and that will dictate which bookmakers they can use.
Furthermore, does the sport betting site have payment security certificates on their websites like Skrill, Trustly, MasterCard or Verified by Visa? And are they using a secure and encrypted https domain?
Obviously, the competitiveness of odds is vital when choosing a bookmaker. Punters want to find the best possible value in their selections. Therefore, having an account with a bookmaker who works to small margins is important. However, more importantly the bookmaker must be willing to lay a decent bet at the odds advertised. There are some bookmakers out there who offer fantastic odds, but when customers try to place a bet on those odds, they are unable to receive the advertised rate. Ensure the bookmaker you choose does not do this by placing a small bet first.

5. What sports do the bookmakers cover?

Betting on football is by far the most popular sport to bet on, and most bookmakers have an expansive betting section for the beautiful game – including live betting. However, plenty of punters have a passion (and expertise) for other sports, and an individual’s preferences for a particular sport can dictate which bookmaker is most suitable for their needs.
For instance, Northern European firms tend to offer odds on Handball, Ice Hockey and Basketball sections as the sports are popular in the region and the bookmakers who compile the odds are confident enough in their knowledge to go against the punters. The major UK websites offer betting on horse and dog racing, but a large number of their European counterparts do not (horse racing markets require significant resources and constant attention as the odds continuously change).
Location also matters within each individual sport as well. For instance, a Chinese bookmaker is likely to have extensive knowledge for Chinese football than a bookmaker operating out of the Caribbean. Therefore the suitability of a bookmaker can depend on its location and where the punter is based.

6. Online customer service is essential

Unlike Las Vegas, where you can physically visit a bookmaker at a casino resort; online gaming sites and sportsbooks are essentially virtual casinos that accept real money to wager on real sporting events. However, this does not mean an online bookmakers address is only located on the internet.
Any reputable online bookmaker will have a physical address located on its website along with contact information you can use to call them and ask questions if needed. Trusted bookmakers will even have an FAQ section you can read to help you feel more comfortable about betting with them.
Another important source you can use to research online betting sites is social media. Every trustworthy site should have a presence on Facebook as a valuable customer service tool. Some sites are active on Twitter and even have different Twitter accounts in different languages.
Following and/or “Liking” the bookmaker enables punters to see how the company communicates and interacts with potential and current customers, giving them another level of trust, integrity and the necessary knowledge needed to make the right decision when the time comes to place a bet with them.
If a bookmaker is very responsive on social media, you can see that they really care about their customers and want to resolve issues in a timely and efficient manner.

7. Help center and support articles

Top bookmakers will have invaluable resources online to empower you to get started. This maybe articles on responsible gaming to a company blog that provides the latest sports betting tips and tactics to maximize your bets.
An online bookmaker that makes the effort on updating a regular blog provides punters with a sustained integrity that disreputable bookmakers do not have.
Blog and help center articles demonstrate to punters not only is there an actual team behind managing the online website, but the bookmaker is professional and knowledgeable in sports and the industry as well. Meaning that you can determine why the bookmaker is offering certain odds based on the topics and expertise written in their blog articles.
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7 Ways to Choose The Right Sports Betting Site

1. Trusted websites

Reading website reviews ensures that bookmakers play by the rules, pay out winners and are fair and friendly with their customer service. If they do not, punters may be forced to contact management officials to outline the problems and apply pressure to have the situation resolved.
Doing your own research is the hardest way to choose a sports betting site. It’s time consuming, and you may find it difficult to get all the information you need. Nonetheless, it’s an approach that you should consider. Just make sure you do it correctly.
Nobody wants a bad experience with any company they do business with, and online betting sites are no different. That’s why punters need to do their homework in advance and find out as much about them as possible. You should ask yourself at least these questions:
These are all important questions that need to be answered by the punter before deciding to make a deposit.

2. Read online reviews

Another way to choose where to bet is to read third party reviews online and talk to fellow punters. Online bookmakers with positive reviews on multiples sources, feedback and comments from current customers and your own additional research will help you choose trusted brand.
Each review should contain information including deposit options available, bonuses on offer, sports covered, and various betting options. Thus providing a real insight into what it is like to use the site - ultimately this is what really matters.

3. Website promotions and offers

There are a number of factors that punters need to take into account when choosing a top online bookmaker. Bonuses, free bets and concessions should be at the forefront of punters minds, and they significantly vary by bookmaker. Acquiring bonuses can provide a powerful boost to punters winnings, especially when it comes to those betting for the first time.
Bookmakers are battling with their competitors to offer potential new customers a reason to choose their company over another, so there’s plenty of a choice available before you decide to sign up.

4. Competitive odds and payment options

Most bookmakers are expanding the number of payment methods they offer to clients – however there are huge differences between them. The major European firms have debit/credit cards, e-wallets, prepaid cards, bank transfers, cheques and much more.
Customers in some countries, where there are restrictions may be limited to only using e-wallets (providing a degree of anonymity), and that will dictate which bookmakers they can use.
Furthermore, does the sport betting site have payment security certificates on their websites like Skrill, Trustly, MasterCard or Verified by Visa? And are they using a secure and encrypted https domain?
Obviously, the competitiveness of odds is vital when choosing a bookmaker. Punters want to find the best possible value in their selections. Therefore, having an account with a bookmaker who works to small margins is important. However, more importantly the bookmaker must be willing to lay a decent bet at the odds advertised. There are some bookmakers out there who offer fantastic odds, but when customers try to place a bet on those odds, they are unable to receive the advertised rate. Ensure the bookmaker you choose does not do this by placing a small bet first.

5. What sports do the bookmakers cover?

Betting on football is by far the most popular sport to bet on, and most bookmakers have an expansive betting section for the beautiful game – including live betting. However, plenty of punters have a passion (and expertise) for other sports, and an individual’s preferences for a particular sport can dictate which bookmaker is most suitable for their needs.
For instance, Northern European firms tend to offer odds on Handball, Ice Hockey and Basketball sections as the sports are popular in the region and the bookmakers who compile the odds are confident enough in their knowledge to go against the punters. The major UK websites offer betting on horse and dog racing, but a large number of their European counterparts do not (horse racing markets require significant resources and constant attention as the odds continuously change).
Location also matters within each individual sport as well. For instance, a Chinese bookmaker is likely to have extensive knowledge for Chinese football than a bookmaker operating out of the Caribbean. Therefore the suitability of a bookmaker can depend on its location and where the punter is based.

6. Online customer service is essential

Unlike Las Vegas, where you can physically visit a bookmaker at a casino resort; online gaming sites and sportsbooks are essentially virtual casinos that accept real money to wager on real sporting events. However, this does not mean an online bookmakers address is only located on the internet.
Any reputable online bookmaker will have a physical address located on its website along with contact information you can use to call them and ask questions if needed. Trusted bookmakers will even have an FAQ section you can read to help you feel more comfortable about betting with them.
Another important source you can use to research online betting sites is social media. Every trustworthy site should have a presence on Facebook as a valuable customer service tool. Some sites are active on Twitter and even have different Twitter accounts in different languages.
Following and/or “Liking” the bookmaker enables punters to see how the company communicates and interacts with potential and current customers, giving them another level of trust, integrity and the necessary knowledge needed to make the right decision when the time comes to place a bet with them.
If a bookmaker is very responsive on social media, you can see that they really care about their customers and want to resolve issues in a timely and efficient manner.

7. Help center and support articles

Top bookmakers will have invaluable resources online to empower you to get started. This maybe articles on responsible gaming to a company blog that provides the latest sports betting tips and tactics to maximize your bets.
An online bookmaker that makes the effort on updating a regular blog provides punters with a sustained integrity that disreputable bookmakers do not have.
Blog and help center articles demonstrate to punters not only is there an actual team behind managing the online website, but the bookmaker is professional and knowledgeable in sports and the industry as well. Meaning that you can determine why the bookmaker is offering certain odds based on the topics and expertise written in their blog articles.
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17 year old male from Norway here! Help is dearly appreciated! (I spent way more time on this than i should've...)

I've taken the Myers-Briggs test quite a few times, but every time I do I get a different result. I think this is due to all the percentages that the test calculate for me being so close to the 50% mark, it doesn't really take much to tip the scale. The test seems pretty unreliable, so i've come here for some real human input instead. Help is appreciated!
The results i've gotten over the times have ranged from ISTP, ISFP, ENFJ, ENFP. I even got ENTP once! If i had to judge by myself i'd say i'm somewhere between ENFP and ISFP, based on my own limited research.
• How old are you? What's your gender? Give us a general description of yourself.
I'm a 17 year old male, and i hail from Norway. People describe me as very warm, sincere and fun to be around, and people have a tendency to open up to me, even though i've only opened up to a select few that I trust. I'm also very charming, and i think I come off as extraverted, even though I value my privacy and alone-time.
I'm also a very honest person, I try to say things as they are, but when it comes to things that may hurt someone, I tend to try to find ways around it, without directly telling them, like for example using a middleman. It goes without saying that i really don't like to hurt peoples feelings, and i've beaten myself up over small things like that before, even if it probably didn't even hurt the other person that much.
Though I don't really make it very apparent, i'm a pretty emotional person, not neccesarily in the "crying all the time" way, I rarely do that (lol). Fortunately, i'm very good at reflecting on myself and my feelings. In return i have a very deep understanding of myself, since i always know exactly how i feel, and what i can do about it. Yet despite this i have extreme difficulty typing myself in this test.
I'm also very forgiving. If someone is genuinely sorry, i'm very happy to lay whatever they're sorry about behind us. I sometimes have a tendency to zone out and think about completely different things (daydreaming, introspection, etc.) I get told that I seem distant pretty often, even though I don't feel like I am.
When it comes to school, i've always been fairly good at it. I've never been best in class, but there are some things I excel at. One of them being writing. If i'm able to get started, I usually enter this completely different state of mind where I write really good, completely effortlessly. However if someone (or something) interrupts me, I completely lose this state, and writing gets hard again.
On the other hand, I have difficulty remembering simple mathematic formulas. It's not that i'm bad at math, but I never seem to remember HOW to solve the problems. (Yes, I was that one kid who was always drawing in his textbook instead of paying attention, lol)
If i'm in a bad mood or stressed out, I can be very rash, irritable, judgemental and condescending, but I usually apologize later if I am.
• Is there a medical diagnosis that may impact your mental stability somehow?
I've never went to a therapist, but i never had a reason to either.
• Describe your upbringing. Did it have any kind of religious or structured influence? How did you respond to it?
My parents separated when I was two years old, but they were very good at raising me despite this. I mainly lived with my mom, but I used to visit my dad every other weekend, and he would come to eat dinner occationally etc.
I was a very free child, i was left to explore the world on my own without that many restrictions. I think this was good, since i learned really early to set my own boundaries. I was always very hands-on with things. I needed to touch things, smell things etc. Seeing it usually wasn't enough.
• What do you do as a job or as a career (if you have one)? Do you like it? Why or why not?
Currently i'm in a vocational school. This is integrated into our normal school though. (Different school system, not really important). The reason I chose vocational school is because, as i mentioned, I really love being hands-on with things, and I especially love creating things, whatever it may be. I hated how repetitive normal school was, so i'm really happy with my choice, though a lot of our subjects are ridiculously easy and dumbed down, and i don't like that.
• If you had to spend an entire weekend by yourself, how would you feel? Would you feel lonely or refreshed?
I really enjoy being alone sometimes. It gives me time to pursue my own goals and ambitions. It's not that i'm asocial or anything, but I can get tired of people really quickly. There are a few people I get really well along with though, and even though i'm much more comfortable around them, I still need alone-time. In my free time I usually do things that make me happy, like playing drums, playing video games or making food, just to name a few. I also like being around people, and depending on my mood that can energize me too, so i wouldn't say i'm neither one or the other.
• What kinds of activities do you prefer? Do you like, and are you good at sports? Do you enjoy any other outdoor or indoor activities?
I'm fairly good at sports, and i do enjoy some sports, like for example handball, volleyball, hockey and athletics. I don't play any of these sports regularly, but i've tried all of them several times and I've enjoyed it. I also like hiking, though i think this is also a big culture thing, since literally everyone in Norway hikes. I do like skiing as well, though this is also a big cultural thing.
• How curious are you? Do you have more ideas then you can execute? What are your curiosities about? What are your ideas about - is it environmental or conceptual, and can you please elaborate?
I'm very curious. If there's something i'm curious about, you can bet i'm going to find out, some way or another. If there's a word I don't understand for example, i'm not thinking twice about pulling up the dictionary. If I don't execute on those curiosities, it's gonna bother me until I do.
If i'm in a foreign place, I usually spend my time just exploring, because I just love orientating myself and seeing what's in store. I'm also a good listener, and i'm usually genuinely curious about whatever people tell me, provided it's a person that I like talking to. Hell, the fact i'm seeking guidance online on interpreting myself is a pretty good indicator that i'm curious...
• Would you enjoy taking on a leadership position? Do you think you would be good at it? What would your leadership style be?
I usually don't take leadership positions, simply due to me just simply not being interested in controlling other people. I don't have any problem taking initiative if nobody else does though, and I have acted as a leader a few times before.
• Are you coordinated? Why do you feel as if you are or are not? Do you enjoy working with your hands in some form? Describe your activity?
I have a very good sense of direction. Anywhere i walk, i absorb my surroundings and make it part of my internalized map. Some people aren't like this at all, so i assume it's a personality thing, but i wouldn't know. My hand-eye coordination is also pretty good, and i stimulate that by playing drums.
• Are you artistic? If yes, describe your art? If you are not particular artistic but can appreciate art please likewise describe what forums of art you enjoy. Please explain your answer.
I'd say i'm very artistic. As i said earlier, I love expressing myself in the form of creating things. For example, when i was 12, I made a knife. I cut out the handle from birch burl, and i sanded it for hours until it got smooth as glass. I then oiled it with linseed oil until it got as shiny as glass. I also attached a brass piece on the end of the handle, however this didn't turn it into glass.
I'm a perfectionist when it comes to things like this, so it's either outstanding or not good enough. By contrast, this "perfectionism" is a disadvantage in my vocational school, where we do alot of metalwork. Since this is a creative output for me, it's one of the things i get detail oriented about. And since the the main focus there is efficiency, these two worlds clash, and i get complaints for not finishing on time.
I'm also very musical. I listen to a vast selection of different music, obscure and popular, and i'm always on the lookout for new music. I can also play drums and piano. I also have a growing collection of physical media, both vinyl and CD.
• What's your opinion about the past, present, and future? How do you deal with them?
I'm very present-oriented, i think. I like to think i'm very in the here and now, but since people constantly tell me i seem distant, maybe i'm not? I do have a tendency to reflect on things that happened in the past. Actually, i do this alot. I'll often think about things i could've said differently in a given situation, or a joke opportunity that i didn't think of in the moment, just to give some examples. I also have a tendency to daydream about the future.
• How do you act when others request your help to do something (anything)? If you would decide to help them, why would you do so?
This depends on my mood. If i'm busy with my own things, I can be pretty dismissive when it comes to this, but generally speaking, I do like helping people. At least my close friends and family. Why? Well, because they need help.
• Do you need logical consistency in your life?
Yes. If something isn't making sense, then I start to question the bigger picture. I'm very logical, and if something doesn't make sense, I feel the need to get to the bottom of that. I can sometimes get really annoyed with people who disregard logic and facts in favour of their intuition (as long as they're wrong.) I do use my intuition sometimes for things i don't know too though, so who am i to judge. B)
• How important is efficiency and productivity to you?
This depends. I'd say i'm a perfectionist with things i'm passionate about, so I sometimes lose track of time, which by extension makes me terribly inefficient in that field.
However, with things that don't matter much to me, take homework as an example, i'm pretty likely to not get bothered with the details. I usually just want to get it done. I sometimes put in the extra effort if I feel like it's needed, but usually not. I'm also pretty easily distracted, and cleaning up for example can take a ridiculous amount of time when I constantly get distracted with other things.
• Do you control others, even if indirectly? How and why do you do that?
No, I notice behaviour like that immediately, and I hate being treated like that, so I avoid doing that to people. Maybe i do, but if that's the case, then i'm not aware of it.
• What are your hobbies? Why do you like them?
I have a lot of things i call hobbies, though i don't do all of them very often. here are a few: Playing drums, playing video games, learning a language, woodworking, metalwork, listening to music, chatting and/or hanging out with close friends. I don't know any reason for why i do most of these things other than that it makes me happy.
I like tinkering, creating things, coming up with creative solutions to problems etc. - I think I like this because of my preference for hands-on work.
I also really like cooking - I think the reason I like this is because i'm good at it, and I love getting feedback from people who taste my food. And while i'm not picky, I really value great food.
• What is your learning style? What kind of learning environments do you struggle with most? Why do you like/struggle with these learning styles? Do you prefer classes involving memorization, logic, creativity, or your physical senses?
My dominant learning style is kinesthetic learning. I used to struggle alot in the classroom, I would just not be able to follow at all, and I would usually just fade into daydreaming. However, I have become better at this in recent years, and It's not nearly as big of a problem as it used to be. I learn more from reading than from hearing too. If someome is holding a presentation, I almost ALWAYS lose track of what they're saying, and then I get shunned for not listening, not paying attention etc.
Reading isn't optimal either, but it's better. I usually find myself reading without actually absorbing any information, so i'll have to go back and read again. This is only a problem with things i'm not really interested in though, so if i'm reading an interesting book, I usually don't have this problem that much.
• How good are you at strategizing? Do you easily break up projects into manageable tasks? Or do you have a tendency to wing projects and improvise as you go?
I'm definetely an improviser. Of course I don't always improvise on all areas, but that's what i'm most comfortable with. I usually have a rough plan in my head, i take things as they come, and I usually never write things down. On the other hand, if i need to follow someone elses plan, e.g. school, i do strategize and plan things.
• What are your aspirations in life, professionally and personally?
I don't really have any concrete goals, but I hope to find a career that suits me and that I enjoy doing. I haven't yet figured out what that may be, but I have a few ideas. I want something that's 'stimulating' and not repetitive.
• What are your fears? What makes you uncomfortable? What do you hate? Why?
I'm not sure if I have any fears out of the ordinary. I am afraid of rejection for example, but I can imagine everyone being at least a little scared of that.
• What do the "highs" in your life look like?
When I can control my own time scheme. I noticed i become generally happier during the COVID-19 quarantine, and i think it's because i got to organize things myself instead of conforming to whatever my school told me to do.
From my experience, my feelings go up and down pretty much all the time, so i've never really been happy, sad or angry for very long periods at the time. My default state is happy and content, just not overly happy.
• What do the "lows" in your life look like?
I tend to isolate myself and not talk much to anyone. I will talk to people, but i will probably try to avoid that. I usually spend this time thinking and reflecting about whatever is bothering me instead, and i do this until i get over it.
• How attached are you to reality? Do you daydream often, or do you pay attention to what's around you? If you do daydream, are you aware of your surroundings while you do so?
I daydream a lot. Not all the time, but when i'm bored I usually drift off to some other aeon. I do think i'm attached to reality though, even though I don't think i'm able to focus on both my daydream AND math class, lol.
• Imagine you are alone in a blank, empty room. There is nothing for you to do and no one to talk to. What do you think about?
I would probably think about why i ended up there in the first place, since i wouldn't place myself in a blank empty room by free will.
• How long do you take to make an important decision? And do you change your mind once you've made it?
When i need to take an important decision, i always take an objective standpoint. If i let my emotions get in the way, i think i would make a lot of dumb decisions.
• How long do you take to process your emotions? How important are emotions in your life?
I am very emotional, as i said. I usually need some time to process them, and that's why i become reclusive sometimes. I don't think anyone really knows how i feel most of the time, since i rarely let my emotions control my actions. I wouldn't consider this a problem though, i do open up to people i trust.
• Do you ever catch yourself agreeing with others just to appease them and keep the conversation going? How often? Why?
Sometimes. That's usually when i don't want to argue with them though, usually because I can't be bothered or if i feel like they're intentionally looking for a reason to argue for no reason. I love discussing though, bringing in multiple opinions and views related to the topic, as long as it isn't toxic. That's very draining to deal with.
• Do you break rules often? Do you think authority should be challenged, or that they know better? If you do break rules, why?
I wouldn't say I break rules, but I have a tendency to bend them. I am very morally sound, but some rules are just simply dumb to me, and I tend to ignore them.
(This turned out to be way longer than intended, but i did spend almost 2 weeks on/off on this. I'm really sick of not finding a definitive answer, so i guess this is my best shot...)
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Ways for Couples to Connect during Sheltering in Place

Ways for Couples to Connect during Sheltering in Place

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I’m sure all the streaming services are going to be well used during this time. Many people will binge on shows they have missed and movies they have wanted to watch. Yet, it’s also a great opportunity to do other things together and to even get to know each other more. Couples and families can actually use this time to build fond memories. And to be honest, down the road, when this is over we aren’t going to look back and say “Hey, remember during the COVID-19 shelter in place when we binge watched tv…that really brought us closer together.” Take a moment to look at the videos online from Italy and how creative they have been in connecting through music and playing sports window to window…those are memories that will bring neighbors closer for years to come.
So, what can we do, while we are hunkered down and working to keep ourselves and communities safe? I have brainstormed a list here so you don’t have to, some of the ideas are silly, some more serious, but all give you the opportunity to create memories, connection and hope during these surreal times. Some you can do alone, as a couple or with the whole family. Also, if you don’t like anything here you can come up with your own.
One thing that may be fun is to write the ideas you like down on individual pieces of paper and put them in a bag or jar. Then when you get bored, pull one out and do whatever it says…you will be bound to have some fun, laugh and create memories and connection during this difficult time.
75 Creative ways to spend time while sheltering in place:
  1. Get creative with technology. Have a double-date or an outing with friends and family through video apps like Zoom.
  2. Bake or cook together
  3. Draw together, you don’t have to be artistic to do this. In fact, it may even be more fun if you aren’t because it brings more humor into it. Maybe even draw portraits of each other.
  4. Dance together. Put on some music, whether it’s slow or upbeat…just have some fun. If you have kids include them. You don’t have to dance well, just have fun.
  5. Listen to new music and talk about what you like and don’t like. Share your favorite song right now and ask each other questions about them. Why do they like it? What emotion does it bring up? Does it bring up a specific memory?
  6. Exercise together. You can do this in serious ways by running or looking for intense programs online. You can also do it in a silly, fun way. Each of you look up “weird workouts” individually and then try them together. I’m sure you will laugh.
  7. Get outside. Spend some time on a patio, balcony, or yard. Breathe fresh air. Point out things you notice in your environment. Do the 5 Senses Count down.
  8. Build a fort together and watch a movie in it.
  9. If you have an outdoor space, play a game, Frisbee, horse shoes, catch, etc. If you have a tent go camping outside.
  10. Make a funny video or a music video together.
  11. Pick some home projects you have been putting off, put some music on and be productive together.
  12. Listen to a new audio book or podcast together. Talk about it.
  13. Plan a future trip together.
  14. Play a board game.
  15. Do a puzzle.
  16. Play strip poker.
  17. Appreciate the sky. Watch a sunset or sunrise, look for shapes in the clouds, at night look for stars.
  18. Have fun with Nerf war with the kids…or without the kids. Set up a Nerf shooting range. Use paper to make targets, set up toys or lightweight items to shoot down.
  19. Sculpt with playdoh.
  20. Use clean socks, roll them up individually and have a “snowball” fight.
  21. Do a blindfolded taste test to see how many foods you can each guess correctly.
  22. Get in your PJs and have breakfast in bed for dinner.
  23. Write a story together, one person starts with 1-2 sentences and then the next person continues it…you can go around and around until you feel done. This is great to do as a family.
  24. One person draws a cartoon and then the other person adds the words.
  25. Send a surprise package to someone you know.
  26. Read a book together or even start a book club with finds online.
  27. Look up fun science experiments you can do at home
  28. Have a picnic inside or outside.
  29. Each individually picks a documentary or Ted Talk and then watch them together. Tell your partner why you picked it and then each share your thoughts about it. What was surprising? What did you find interesting? What feelings did it bring up?
  30. Use what you have in your closet and have a dress up party.
  31. Have a thumb or leg wrestling competition, the winner picks the movie, game or movie.
  32. Interested in getting a pet? Spend time researching them together.
  33. Play indoor hockey or golf. Set up goals or holes (cups) to shoot into. You can use brooms and mops as sticks and a cotton ball or a rolled-up sock as the ball.
  34. Find a new video game to play together or to play online with friends.
  35. Social Media or Screen detox.
  36. Visit a museum, aquarium or zoo online.
  37. Lip-Sync or karaoke using YouTube or a music streaming program, grab a hair brush or spoon as a mic and go to town. Sing solo, sing together and have fun.
  38. Declutter something. A junk door, closet, cabinet; you will leave sheltering in place feeling lighter
  39. Write love letters to each other.
  40. Write a story about what you remember about your first date and how you remember feeling.
  41. Take the love language test, share your results and share more specific examples.
  42. Take an online class together. Learn a new language, a cooking class, art class.
  43. Take a temperament test and share your results: Enneagram, Myers Briggs, there are a lot out there.
  44. Give each other massages.
  45. Have fun with questions. There are tons of links online for questions to ask on date night, so you don’t even have to be creative.
  46. Document your experience through this time. Create your own “captains log”, use pictures and videos. Be serious, be silly.
  47. Try meditation. There are YouTube videos and apps that can take you through guided meditations.
  48. Learn about mindfulness and practice it.
  49. Purge…look for things to donate. Clothes, shoes, home goods.
  50. Color in a coloring book or print out a free coloring page for each other to color.
  51. Make a list of your favorite 10 memories and share them.
  52. Take dance lessons using YouTube.
  53. Make a couple’s or individual bucket list.
  54. Make a vision board for what you want the rest of your year to look like. Apps like “Wishboard” are great but you can use old magazines too.
  55. Teach each other a skill the other doesn’t have. I don’t know how to BBQ so maybe I will have my husband teach me. I know more about home improvement so I can teach him something there.
  56. Tell each other jokes, riddles or ghosts’ stories.
  57. Make a time capsule of your time together, write letters to each other. Pick a date in the future to open it. You can use a box or bag but seal it, date it and sign it. Then put it somewhere safe and set a reminder on your calendar to open it.
  58. Have a paper airplane competition. Bet something that the winner gets.
  59. Think and plan a few random acts of kindness you can do now or in the future.
  60. Play a trivia game.
  61. Go window shopping online for something you want to save for.
  62. Make an indoor scavenger hunt.
  63. Play a game from childhood: hide and seek, charades, truth or dare, would you rather
  64. Build a Lego set.
  65. Play balloon volleyball.
  66. Learn a magic trick and entertain each other.
  67. Tell each other about your favorite childhood books and retell each other what you remember about the story. Share a memory you have of reading the book or who read it to you. What feelings does it bring up?
  68. Make a list of local restaurants and activities you want to do when life returns to “normal”
  69. Watch comedians online; laughter is so important during times of stress.
  70. Re-watch your favorite movies. From childhood or more recent. Talk about what you like about it. Anything you notice this time that you didn’t see before. How old were you when you first saw it? What was going on during that time?
  71. Spend time cuddling and exploring each other’s bodies
  72. Read and try this article, “The 36 Questions That Lead to Love you will ask 36 specific questions and then make eye contact for 4 minutes. Once you are done, share your experience with your partner.
  73. Incorporate a new habit. It’s said it takes 30 days to establish a new habit…you have the time.
  74. Practice gratitude. Watch our blog on the Top Three. A great way to learn about and practice being mindful and grateful.
  75. BREATHE! Learn how to take deep calming breaths, do it alone, with your partner or as a whole family
BONUS TIP: If you are struggling and need support, reach out for information about online sessions and a free 20 minute consultation. We can help!
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Ways for Couples to Connect during Sheltering in Place

Ways for Couples to Connect during Sheltering in Place

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I’m sure all the streaming services are going to be well used during this time. Many people will binge on shows they have missed and movies they have wanted to watch. Yet, it’s also a great opportunity to do other things together and to even get to know each other more. Couples and families can actually use this time to build fond memories. And to be honest, down the road, when this is over we aren’t going to look back and say “Hey, remember during the COVID-19 shelter in place when we binge watched tv…that really brought us closer together.” Take a moment to look at the videos online from Italy and how creative they have been in connecting through music and playing sports window to window…those are memories that will bring neighbors closer for years to come.
So, what can we do, while we are hunkered down and working to keep ourselves and communities safe? I have brainstormed a list here so you don’t have to, some of the ideas are silly, some more serious, but all give you the opportunity to create memories, connection and hope during these surreal times. Some you can do alone, as a couple or with the whole family. Also, if you don’t like anything here you can come up with your own.
One thing that may be fun is to write the ideas you like down on individual pieces of paper and put them in a bag or jar. Then when you get bored, pull one out and do whatever it says…you will be bound to have some fun, laugh and create memories and connection during this difficult time.
75 Creative ways to spend time while sheltering in place:
  1. Get creative with technology. Have a double-date or an outing with friends and family through video apps like Zoom.
  2. Bake or cook together
  3. Draw together, you don’t have to be artistic to do this. In fact, it may even be more fun if you aren’t because it brings more humor into it. Maybe even draw portraits of each other.
  4. Dance together. Put on some music, whether it’s slow or upbeat…just have some fun. If you have kids include them. You don’t have to dance well, just have fun.
  5. Listen to new music and talk about what you like and don’t like. Share your favorite song right now and ask each other questions about them. Why do they like it? What emotion does it bring up? Does it bring up a specific memory?
  6. Exercise together. You can do this in serious ways by running or looking for intense programs online. You can also do it in a silly, fun way. Each of you look up “weird workouts” individually and then try them together. I’m sure you will laugh.
  7. Get outside. Spend some time on a patio, balcony, or yard. Breathe fresh air. Point out things you notice in your environment. Do the 5 Senses Count down.
  8. Build a fort together and watch a movie in it.
  9. If you have an outdoor space, play a game, Frisbee, horse shoes, catch, etc. If you have a tent go camping outside.
  10. Make a funny video or a music video together.
  11. Pick some home projects you have been putting off, put some music on and be productive together.
  12. Listen to a new audio book or podcast together. Talk about it.
  13. Plan a future trip together.
  14. Play a board game.
  15. Do a puzzle.
  16. Play strip poker.
  17. Appreciate the sky. Watch a sunset or sunrise, look for shapes in the clouds, at night look for stars.
  18. Have fun with Nerf war with the kids…or without the kids. Set up a Nerf shooting range. Use paper to make targets, set up toys or lightweight items to shoot down.
  19. Sculpt with playdoh.
  20. Use clean socks, roll them up individually and have a “snowball” fight.
  21. Do a blindfolded taste test to see how many foods you can each guess correctly.
  22. Get in your PJs and have breakfast in bed for dinner.
  23. Write a story together, one person starts with 1-2 sentences and then the next person continues it…you can go around and around until you feel done. This is great to do as a family.
  24. One person draws a cartoon and then the other person adds the words.
  25. Send a surprise package to someone you know.
  26. Read a book together or even start a book club with finds online.
  27. Look up fun science experiments you can do at home
  28. Have a picnic inside or outside.
  29. Each individually picks a documentary or Ted Talk and then watch them together. Tell your partner why you picked it and then each share your thoughts about it. What was surprising? What did you find interesting? What feelings did it bring up?
  30. Use what you have in your closet and have a dress up party.
  31. Have a thumb or leg wrestling competition, the winner picks the movie, game or movie.
  32. Interested in getting a pet? Spend time researching them together.
  33. Play indoor hockey or golf. Set up goals or holes (cups) to shoot into. You can use brooms and mops as sticks and a cotton ball or a rolled-up sock as the ball.
  34. Find a new video game to play together or to play online with friends.
  35. Social Media or Screen detox.
  36. Visit a museum, aquarium or zoo online.
  37. Lip-Sync or karaoke using YouTube or a music streaming program, grab a hair brush or spoon as a mic and go to town. Sing solo, sing together and have fun.
  38. Declutter something. A junk door, closet, cabinet; you will leave sheltering in place feeling lighter
  39. Write love letters to each other.
  40. Write a story about what you remember about your first date and how you remember feeling.
  41. Take the love language test, share your results and share more specific examples.
  42. Take an online class together. Learn a new language, a cooking class, art class.
  43. Take a temperament test and share your results: Enneagram, Myers Briggs, there are a lot out there.
  44. Give each other massages.
  45. Have fun with questions. There are tons of links online for questions to ask on date night, so you don’t even have to be creative.
  46. Document your experience through this time. Create your own “captains log”, use pictures and videos. Be serious, be silly.
  47. Try meditation. There are YouTube videos and apps that can take you through guided meditations.
  48. Learn about mindfulness and practice it.
  49. Purge…look for things to donate. Clothes, shoes, home goods.
  50. Color in a coloring book or print out a free coloring page for each other to color.
  51. Make a list of your favorite 10 memories and share them.
  52. Take dance lessons using YouTube.
  53. Make a couple’s or individual bucket list.
  54. Make a vision board for what you want the rest of your year to look like. Apps like “Wishboard” are great but you can use old magazines too.
  55. Teach each other a skill the other doesn’t have. I don’t know how to BBQ so maybe I will have my husband teach me. I know more about home improvement so I can teach him something there.
  56. Tell each other jokes, riddles or ghosts’ stories.
  57. Make a time capsule of your time together, write letters to each other. Pick a date in the future to open it. You can use a box or bag but seal it, date it and sign it. Then put it somewhere safe and set a reminder on your calendar to open it.
  58. Have a paper airplane competition. Bet something that the winner gets.
  59. Think and plan a few random acts of kindness you can do now or in the future.
  60. Play a trivia game.
  61. Go window shopping online for something you want to save for.
  62. Make an indoor scavenger hunt.
  63. Play a game from childhood: hide and seek, charades, truth or dare, would you rather
  64. Build a Lego set.
  65. Play balloon volleyball.
  66. Learn a magic trick and entertain each other.
  67. Tell each other about your favorite childhood books and retell each other what you remember about the story. Share a memory you have of reading the book or who read it to you. What feelings does it bring up?
  68. Make a list of local restaurants and activities you want to do when life returns to “normal”
  69. Watch comedians online; laughter is so important during times of stress.
  70. Re-watch your favorite movies. From childhood or more recent. Talk about what you like about it. Anything you notice this time that you didn’t see before. How old were you when you first saw it? What was going on during that time?
  71. Spend time cuddling and exploring each other’s bodies
  72. Read and try this article, “The 36 Questions That Lead to Love you will ask 36 specific questions and then make eye contact for 4 minutes. Once you are done, share your experience with your partner.
  73. Incorporate a new habit. It’s said it takes 30 days to establish a new habit…you have the time.
  74. Practice gratitude. Watch our blog on the Top Three. A great way to learn about and practice being mindful and grateful.
  75. BREATHE! Learn how to take deep calming breaths, do it alone, with your partner or as a whole family
BONUS TIP: If you are struggling and need support, reach out for information about online sessions and a free 20 minute consultation. We can help!
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Sports Spread Betting Guide

While it might not seem like there is much to learning how to place sports betting, you should always take the time to do your research and follow the above tips if you want the best possible online sports betting experience. If you are one of the millions of people around the world who enjoys watching your favourite events in person or on television, whether this means American football, soccer, hockey, basketball, horse races or perhaps even rugby or lacrosse, learning how to place a sports bet can add even more excitement Click Here.
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Cara Bermain Bola Online Sportbook | Bandarbola855

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Untuk itu bagi Teman - teman yang bingung telah memasang taruhan untuk team yang sedang bermain sanggup silahkan langsung mengklik menu my bets.
Statement : Untuk menu yang satu Teman - teman sanggup melihat data history pasangan sampeyan yang telah selesai,
Untuk mengetahui apakah pasangan yang sampeyan taruhkan menang atau kalah.
Selain itu didalam menu ini Teman - teman sanggup melihat history transaksi yang telah berlalu sampai dengan satu minggu yang lalu.
Balance : Balance yaitu tempat dimana sampeyan sanggup menghitung jumlah kekalahan sampeyan atau pun jumlah kemenangan.
Sampeyan bermain sejak pertama kali sampeyan bergabung dan bermain didalam www.sbobet.com.
Announcements : Untuk menu yang satu ini Teman - teman sanggup melihat laporan atau kejadian yang memungkinkan.
Pihak bandar taruhan bola online membatalkan pasangan atau taruhan sampeyan yang sedang berjalan.
Sebab mungkin didalam pertandingan yang sampeyan pasang sanggup saja terjadi masalah keadaan cuaca yang buruk,
Atau pun terjadi kerusuhan didalam lapangan, sehingga seluruh laporan itu akan diberitahukan melalui menu ini.

Jenis taruhan online yang sanggup dimainkan

Untuk tanda ketiga dengan kotak berwarna coklat itu yaitu beberapa jenis produk yang ditawarkan
Berikut sedikit penjelasan dari menu yang telah kami beri tanda coklat :
Home : Merupakan menu halaman depan dari tampilan awal.
Sports : Disini Teman - teman sanggup menemukan berbagai macam permainan sport yang telah disediakan oleh pihak bandar,
mulai dari bola, basket, golf, ice hockey, dan masih banyak lain nya.
Live sports : yaitu menu dimana sampeyan sanggup melihat partai dari pertandingan yang sedang bermain atau berlangsung secara live.
Live Casino : merupakan menu yang berisi dengan berbagai macam permainan live casino,
Mulai dari live sic bo, baccarat live online, live casino Roullete dan masih banyak lain nya.
Racing : Untuk menu yang satu ini sampeyan sanggup memainkan permainan yang berupa balapan,
Salah satu nya yaitu permainan dari lomba atau pancuan kuda. Yang dimana Teman - teman sanggup langsung melihat secara live didalam laptop atau pc sampeyan disaat bermain.
Games : berisi berbagai macam permainan dari games slot, atau pun games jackpot berupa mesin.
Untuk jenis pertandingan yang disediakan oleh perusahaan judi olah raga online ini sanggup sampeyan lihat melalui tanda kotak kuning disebelah kiri.
Disana sampeyan sanggup menemukan berbagai macam pilihan yang sanggup sampeyan mainkan. Mulai dari permainan sepak bola, basket, golf, badminton, baseball, tennis, DLL.

Cara membaca pasaran judi bola online di SBOBET

Selanjutnya untuk membaca pasaran / odds atau kei kami telah memberikan tanda panah yang berwarna hijau.
Kita mulai dari tanda panah yang tertunjuk keatas dengan ada tulisan “first half”.
Didalam menu ini Teman - teman hanya memainkan satu babak saja, atau 45 menit babak pertama dipertandingan scoccer.
Handicap
Handicap yaitu sebuah istilah dalam perjudian sepak bola online.
Maksud dari istilah kata tersebut yaitu memberi sebuah keuntungan diawal sebelum pertandingan tersebut dimulai. Nah..
Dengan keuntungan diawal ini, tentu Sobat seluruh akan dengan mudah memenangkan setiap pertandingan atau pertaruhan yang ada.
Mungkin, beberapa dari Sobat pasti ada yang belum memahaminya dengan jelas maksud dari penjelasan diatas.
Untuk memperjelas maksuda diatas, kami akan menjabarkannya dibawah ini dengan mengambil contoh pertandingan Liga Champions, yaitu antara Nk Maribor VS Liverpool.
Pertandingan tersebut baru saja terjadi beberapa hari yang lalu, yaitu tepatnya sekitar tanggal 18/10/2017 di Stadion Ljudski Vrt, Slovenia.
Tentu, Sobat seluruh pasti telah tahu bahwa Liverpool yaitu salah satu club raksasa di Liga Inggris.
Apalagi saat ini, Liverpool ditangani oleh pelatih bertangan dingin seperti Jurgen Klopp.
Sedangkan, NK Maribor yaitu sebuah club biasa yang belum pernah terdengar sejarah hebatnya di tahta internasional.
Tentu, ini yaitu sebuah pertandingan yang sanggup dibilang mudah untuk ditebak siapa pemenangnya.
Benar Bukan? Makanya, pada saat menjelang pertandingan perusahaan judi bola online menetapkan yang namanya handicap pada pertaruhan ini.
Kepada siapa Handicap tersebut diberikan? Jelas, untuk posisi tuan rumah.
Jadi, sanggup dikatakan bahwa tuan rumah NK Maribor saat itu mendapat keuntungan, yaitu diberikan voor / fur.
Voor atau sebuah keunggulan diawal tentu menjadi daya tarik tersendiri disini.
Sebab, sebelum pertandingan dimulai, NK Maribor secara gak langsung telah mencetak gol.
Coba Sobat bayangkan, Bila pertandingan ini gak ada handicap nya dalam pertaruhan, telah pasti Sobat seluruh memilih Liverpool.
Benar Bukan ?
Penjelasan tentang pasaran dalam taruhan online
Mengacu pada gambar 1
FH.HDP : 0.0, artinya pasaran atau kei yang diberikan oleh sbobet yaitu lek-lek an.
0-0.5, artinya pasaran atau kei yang diberikan oleh sbobet yaitu fur seperempat goal.
Home : bila Teman - teman mau memilih klub tuan rumah (Arsenal) maka Teman - teman mesti memilih angka yang berwarna hitam yang tertulis digambar angka 1.28.
Yang artinya apabila memasang 100.000 dan arsenal menang maka payout yang didapatkan yaitu sebear Rp 228.000,-.
Tetapi kalau kalah, maka cuma bayar Rp 100.000,-
Angka ini merupakan kei yang diberikan oleh sbobet dan sewaktu-waktu dapat berubah dan gak menentu.
Away : namun apabila Teman - teman mau memilih klub yang bukan tuan rumah (Bayern Munchen) atau klub tandang sampeyan sanggup memilih angka yang berwana merah,
bila digambar maka angka -1.47. Yang artinya apabila memasang 100.000 dan Bayern Munchen menang maka akan mendapatkan Rp 200.000.
Sedangkan kalau Bayern Muchen kalah, maka mesti membayar sebesar Rp 147.000,-
Angka tersebut merupakan kei yang diberikan oleh sbobet dan sewaktu-waktu dapat berubah dan gak menentu
FH.G : yaitu menu dimana sampeyan sanggup memilih pasangan untuk jumlah gol yang dapat tercipta dalam waktu 45 menit babak pertama.
Untuk taruhan ini sampeyan sanggup memasang taruhan di dalam kolom oveunder disebelah nya.
Sebagai catatan untuk pasangan over under yang sediakan oleh pihak bandar online yaitu 1-1.5 dan 1.50,
Itu berarti pihak bandar membuka pasaran satu goal seperempat dan satu goal setengah untuk Teman - teman pilih. Bila Teman - teman memilih 1-1.5
Lalu jumlah gol dibabak pertama dua gol maka akan menang full,
Namun bila dalam babak pertama hanya terjadi satu gol saja maka pasangan sampeyan akan kalah setengah.
Lain halnya bila sampeyan memilih 1.50, bila jumlah gol dalam babak pertama hanya satu gol.
Maka sampeyan akan mengalami kalah secara full.
Kalian sanggup dapatkan panduan untuk Cara baca voor dan kei – Download PDF file (2.21MB)
Contoh cara membaca fur-furan handicap pada taruhan bola
Mengacu pada gambar 1.
Untuk tanda panah kedua berwana hijau dengan keterangan handicap merupakan taruhan yang dilakukan secara full time yaitu 2 x 45menit.
Dalam contoh pertandingan handicap antara Arsenal VS Bayern Munchen pihak dari bandar memberikan 3 pasaran yang terdiri : 0.50 , 0-0.5 , 0.5-1.
Dalam contoh pertandingan ini yang memberikan fur yaitu Bayern Munchen dengan fur an :
0.50 = fur setengah goal, Minimal bayern munchen mesti menang satu goal bila mau menang full, namun bila skore akhir imbang maka sampeyan kalah full.
0-0.5 = fur seperempat goal, minimal bayern munchen mesti menang satu goal bila mau menang full, namun bila skore akhir imbang maka Teman - teman hanya kalah setengah.
0.5-1 = fur tiga seperempat, disini bayern munchen mesti menang 2 goal bila Teman - teman mau menang full, tapi bila bayern hanya menang 1 goal sampeyan pun akan tetap menang,
Namun jumlah pembayaran gak full. Tapi bila skore akhir berimbang maka taruhan sampeyan akan kalah penuh.

Over dan Under

Jenis taruhan over under, yaitu sebuah taruhan yang memperintahkan kita untuk menebak,
Apakah jumlah gol pertandingan saat itu melebihi ( over ) atau ( under ) kurang dari nilai handicapnya.
Nantinya, setiap pertandingan memang akan ada handicap ( voor ), tinggal kita kombinasikan saja dengan jenis taruhannya.
Cara membaca pasaran over under
Mengacu pada gambar 1.
Untuk permainan over-under nya pihak bookie pun memberikan 3 pasaran yang berbeda, yaitu : 3.0 , 3-3.5, 2.5-3.
Berikut penjelasan untuk angka-angka yang telah kami sebutkan untuk permainan Over Under :
3.0 = disini bila sampeyan memasang untuk Over maka jumlah goal dari hasil pertandingan ini minimal mesti lah 4 goal, bila Teman - teman mau menang full.
Namun bila jumlah gol hanya 3 goal maka nilai taruhan sampeyan draw, tapi bila jumlah gol yang tercipta hanya 2 goal maka akan akan kalah.
3-3.5 = arti nya pihak bandar membuka pasaran 3 seperempat, arti nya bila jumlah gol dalam partai ini hanya 3 goal maka Teman - teman akan kalah setengah dari jumlah taruhan sampeyan.
Tapi bila jumlah gol dalam pertandingan ini lebih dari 3 goal maka telah dapat dipastikan Teman - teman lah yang menang bila bertaruh over.
2.5-3 = Untuk pasaran ini sanggup dibilang paling rendah, karena pihak bandar taruhan hanya membuka pasaran untuk Over Under 2 tiga seperempat.
Yang arti nya bila jumlah gol dalam pertandingan ini 3 goal maka sampeyan masih menang setengah dari nilai taruhan sampeyan,
namun bila jumlah gol dalam pertandingan ini hanyalah 2 goal maka sampeyan akan mengalami kekalahan secara full dalam taruhan sampeyan.

Odd Even

Jenis taruhan odd (ganjil) & even (genap) ini yaitu yang paling populer dikalangan para pelaku judi bola online saat ini.
Mengapa sanggup dikatakan seperti itu? Sebab, jenis taruhan ini sanggup dikatakan unik dan juga menguntungkan.
Memangnya bagaimana sih cara kerjanya?
Nah.. Bagi Sobat para pemula di dunia judi bola online yang belum tahu, seperti apa cara kerjanya, kami akan menjelaskannya secara rinci.
System kerjanya sangatlah mudah, Sobat hanya perlu menebak hasil akhir dari pertandingan ini.
Apakah nantinya genap atau ganjil.
Apakah ada patokan waktunya ? Oh.. Tentu gak ada. Sebab, ini akan mengacu pada 2 X 45 menit bahkan injury time pun masih dihitung.
Jadi, apabila wasit telah meniupkan waktu akhir dari pertandingan tersebut. Maka, itulah hasil dari jenis taruhan odd even ini.
Nah.. Bila nanti hasil akhirnya telah didapat, maka tinggal Sobat jumlahkan keseluruhannya. Untuk apa? Untuk menentukan, apakah hasilnya ganjil atau genap.
Jika permainan seri 0-0 maka akan menghasilkan genap. Dalam permainan ini gak ada seri. Yang ada cuma kalah atau menang saja.
Contoh:
Misalnya seperti pertandingan antara NK Maribor VS Liverpool yang beberapa waktu lalu.
Pertandingan tersebut berakhir dengan skor NK Maribor 0 – 7 Liverpool.
Apabila keseluruhan gol tersebut dijumlahkan, maka hasilnya yaitu 0 + 7 = 7 ( ganjil / odd ).
Apabila, hasil pertandingan tersebut berakhir dengan skor NK Maribor 1 – 7 Liverpool.
Maka, bila dijumlahkan hasilnya yaitu 1 + 7 = 8 (genap / even ).
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Mereka diatas kertas emang kalah nilai, tetapi belum tentu dalam taruhan dia pasti kalah, selalu bandingkan fur-furan dengan kei yang terjadi.
Apabila terjadi loncatann fur atau kei yang tinggi, maka kita boleh untuk memilih pasaran tersebut.

Klaim hadiah kemenangan

Jika Sobat menang maka secara otomatis saldo di ID game Sobat akan bertambah, gak perlu repot-repot lagi menghitung kemenangan Sobat dengan kalkulator.
Jika Sobat mau menikmatinya maka Sobat sanggup menghubungi Cs dan melakukan withdraw / penarikan.
Nantinya jumlah kredit Sobat akan ditarik sesuai dengan nominal yang Sobat withdrawkan,
Agen tersebut akan mengirimkan dana potongan dari kredit tersebut ke rekening yang Sobat gunakan sewaktu mendaftar. Kalia
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[Game Day PSA] Wild @ Dallas -- Game Five -- Friday, April 22nd @ 8:30pm CDT

Round 1 - Western Conference Quarterfinals: Game 5

Gametime: Friday, April 22nd @ 8:30pm CDT
Opponent: Dallas Stars
Series Status: Dallas leads 3 - 1
Location: American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
TV Stations: FSN (Fox Sports-North), FSSW (Fox Sports-Southwest), NBCSN (Non-Market USA), RSN (Canada), TVA Sports (Québec)

Minnesota Current Playoff Round Information

DAL 3 - 1 MIN Game Info Result
Wild @ Dallas – Game 1 Thursday, April 14th @ 8:30pm DAL 4 - 0
Wild @ Dallas – Game 2 Saturday, April 16th @ 7:00pm DAL 2 - 1
Dallas @ Wild – Game 3 Monday, April 18th @ 7:30pm MIN 5 - 3
Dallas @ Wild – Game 4 Wednesday, April 20th @ 8:30pm DAL 3 - 2
Wild @ Dallas – Game 5 Friday, April 22nd @ 8:30pm N/A
Dallas @ Wild – Game 6 Sunday, April 24th @ TBD N/A – if needed
Wild @ Dallas – Game 7 Tuesday, April 26th @ TBD N/A – if needed

First Round – Stanley Cup Quarterfinals

Western Conference Series Status Last Result
#1 Central - Dallas vs. #2 Wildcard - Minnesota DAL 3 - 1 MIN DAL 3-2
#2 Central - St. Louis vs. #3 Central – Chicago STL 3 - 2 CHI CHI 4-3 (2OT)
#1 Pacific – Anaheim vs. #1 Wildcard – Nashville ANA 2 - 2 NSH ANA 4-1
#2 Pacific – Los Angeles vs. #3 Pacific – San Jose LAK 1 - 3 SJ SJ 3-2
Eastern Conference Series Status Last Result
#1 Metro - Washington vs. #2 Wildcard - Philadelphia WSH 3 - 1 PHI PHI 2-1
#2 Metro - Pittsburgh vs. #3 Metro – NY Rangers PIT 3 - 1 NYR PIT 5-0
#1 Atlantic – Florida vs. #1 Wildcard – NY Islanders FLA 2 - 2 NYI FLA 2-1
#2 Atlantic – Tampa Bay vs. #3 Atlantic – Detroit TB 4 - 1 DET TB 1-0

My Projected Minnesota Wild Lineup

(Unofficial pairings)
Forwards
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Mikael Granlund Mikko Koivu David Jones
Jason Zucker Charlie Coyle Jordan Schroeder
Nino Niederreiter Erik Haula Jason Pominville
Chris Porter Jarret Stoll Kurtis Gabriel
Defensive Pairings
Left Right
Ryan Suter Jared Spurgeon
Marco Scandella Nate Prosser
Jonas Brodin Matt Dumba
Goalies
Starting Goalie
Devan Dubnyk
Bench Goalie
Darcy Kuemper
Other Players
Healthy Scratches
FORWARDS: Ryan Carter, Zac Dalpe, Grayson Downing, Tyler Graovac, Justin Fontaine, Zack Mitchell
DEFENCEMEN: Christian Folin, Mike Reilly, Zach Palmquist, Tyson Strachan, Hunter Warner
GOALIES: Stephen Michalek
Injured Players (Injury/Estimated For Return)
Zach Parise (Back-disk/week-to-week)
Thomas Vanek (Back-mid/day-to-day)
Powerplay 1
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Mikael Granlund Mikko Koivu Charlie Coyle
Def. Left Def. Right
Jared Spurgeon Ryan Suter
Powerplay 2
Left Wing Center Right Wing
Jason Zucker Jason Pominville Nino Niederreiter
Def. Left Def. Right
Matt Dumba Marco Scandella

Current Minnesota Wild Team & Player Stats

(Please note: If you have the RES Chrome App installed, this table becomes fully customizable which you can sort by any stat by selecting that stat in the header. Without RES installed, the table is sorted alphabetically for your convenience.)
PLAYOFFS
ACTIVE SKATERS POS GP G A PTS +/- PIM ATOI PPG PPA SHG SHA SOG S %
Brodin, Jonas D 4 0 1 1 2 0 20:09 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Carter, Ryan C 2 0 0 0 -1 10 10:04 0 0 0 0 1 0.0
Coyle, Charlie C 4 1 1 2 -1 4 18:45 0 0 0 0 8 12.5
Dalpe, Zac C 3 0 0 0 -1 0 8:09 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Dumba, Matt D 4 0 2 2 -3 4 13:20 0 1 0 0 5 0.0
Folin, Christian D 0 0 0 0 0 0 00:00 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Fontaine, Justin RW 4 0 0 0 -1 0 13:21 0 0 0 0 4 0.0
Gabriel, Kurtis RW 2 0 0 0 0 0 05:50 0 0 0 0 1 0.0
Granlund, Mikael C 4 0 0 0 -2 0 21:20 0 0 0 0 14 0.0
Haula, Erik LW 3 1 2 3 1 2 16:45 0 0 0 0 9 11.1
Jones, David RW 4 0 0 0 -1 0 12:28 0 0 0 0 2 0.0
Koivu, Mikko C 4 1 0 1 -1 2 20:58 1 0 0 0 8 12.5
Niederreiter, Nino RW 4 0 3 3 -1 4 13:51 0 0 0 0 11 0.0
Parise, Zach LW 0 0 0 0 0 0 00:00 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Pominville, Jason RW 4 3 1 4 -1 6 14:11 0 0 0 0 11 27.3
Porter, Chris LW 4 1 0 1 0 0 11:41 0 0 0 0 3 33.3
Prosser, Nate D 4 0 0 0 -3 0 13:10 0 0 0 0 1 0.0
Reilly, Mike D 0 0 0 0 0 0 00:00 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Scandella, Marco D 4 1 0 1 -4 2 19:39 1 0 0 0 9 11.1
Schroeder, Jordan C 0 0 0 0 0 0 00:00 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Spurgeon, Jared D 4 0 1 1 1 0 25:59 0 1 0 0 7 0.0
Stoll, Jarret C 2 0 0 0 -1 4 11:01 0 0 0 0 1 0.0
Suter, Ryan D 4 0 0 0 1 4 27:50 0 0 0 0 6 0.0
Vanek, Thomas RW 0 0 0 0 0 0 00:00 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Zucker, Jason LW 4 0 2 2 -1 2 14:01 0 1 0 0 2 0.0
GOALIES GP W L OTL GAA GA TSA SV SV % SO
Dubnyk, Devan 4 1 3 0 2.80 11 98 87 .888 0
Kuemper, Darcy 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0.000 0
REGULAR SEASON - Final
ALL SKATERS POS GP G A PTS +/- PIM ATOI PPG PPA SHG SHA SOG S %
Bertschy, Christoph C 3 0 0 0 0 0 06:57 0 0 0 0 3 0.0
Brodin, Jonas D 68 2 5 7 -5 18 20:25 0 0 0 0 58 3.4
Bulmer, Brett RW 3 0 0 0 -1 7 06:43 0 0 0 0 2 0.0
Carter, Ryan C 60 7 5 12 -3 48 11:08 0 0 1 0 62 11.3
Coyle, Charlie C 82 21 21 42 1 16 17:18 2 4 0 1 140 15.0
Dalpe, Zac C 2 1 0 1 0 0 10:15 0 0 0 0 3 33.3
Dumba, Matt D 81 10 16 26 1 38 16:50 6 6 0 0 152 6.6
Folin, Christian D 26 0 4 4 -1 11 14:35 0 0 0 0 14 0.0
Fontaine, Justin RW 60 5 11 16 3 20 11:51 0 0 0 1 54 9.3
Gabriel, Kurtis RW 3 0 0 0 1 10 04:30 0 0 0 0 1 0.0
Granlund, Mikael C 82 13 31 44 -12 20 18:07 2 9 1 0 160 8.1
Graovac, Tyler C 2 0 0 0 -1 0 11:37 0 0 0 0 2 0.0
Haula, Erik LW 76 14 20 34 21 24 12:44 0 1 2 2 99 14.1
Jones, David RW 16 2 1 3 1 0 11:09 0 0 0 0 17 11.8
Keranen, Michael LW 1 0 0 0 -1 0 06:09 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Koivu, Mikko C 82 17 39 56 6 40 19:56 10 10 1 1 141 12.1
Niederreiter, Nino RW 82 20 23 43 9 36 15:33 2 3 0 0 159 12.6
Olofsson, Gustav D 2 0 0 0 0 0 09:12 0 0 0 0 1 0.0
Parise, Zach LW 70 25 28 53 -3 36 19:18 7 11 0 0 234 10.7
Pominville, Jason RW 75 11 25 36 10 12 16:22 3 7 0 0 187 5.9
Porter, Chris LW 61 4 3 7 -6 6 09:38 0 0 0 0 45 8.9
Prosser, Nate D 54 0 3 3 1 39 11:23 0 0 0 1 20 0.0
Reilly, Mike D 29 1 6 7 -4 8 12:05 0 2 0 0 27 3.7
Scandella, Marco D 73 5 16 21 6 22 20:42 2 1 0 1 126 4.0
Schroeder, Jordan C 26 2 2 4 2 2 09:25 0 0 0 0 30 6.7
Spurgeon, Jared D 77 11 18 29 11 14 22:41 5 8 0 3 122 9.0
Stoll, Jarret C 51 3 3 6 -4 16 11:16 0 0 0 0 23 13.0
Strachan, Tyson D 2 0 0 0 1 0 07:33 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
Suter, Ryan D 82 8 43 51 10 30 28:36 3 18 1 1 188 4.3
Vanek, Thomas LW 74 18 23 41 -10 22 15:37 6 8 0 0 146 12.3
Zucker, Jason LW 71 13 10 23 -4 20 15:35 0 2 1 1 158 8.2
GOALIES GP W L OTL GAA GA TSA SV SV % SO
Dubnyk, Devan 67 32 26 6 2.33 150 1829 1679 .918 5
Kuemper, Darcy 21 6 7 5 2.43 43 507 464 .915 2
REGULAR SEASON – Final Regular Season Standings
Central Division GP W L OTL P GF GA
Dallas 82 50 23 9 109 267 230
St. Louis 82 49 24 9 107 224 201
Chicago 82 47 26 9 103 235 209
Nashville 82 41 27 14 96 228 215
Minnesota 82 38 33 11 87 216 206
Colorado 82 39 39 4 82 216 240
Winnipeg 82 35 39 8 78 215 239

Current Wild Contract Information:

Please check this post HERE for a table of the current Wild contract situation.

Media Outlets: Television

(Please message me if the channel numbers are incorrect for your area. PM me the service you use to watch, the number, and your location if it's not on the list or if the information is incorrect.)
Fox Sports North
Service Provider Region Channel Number
Charter Central Minnesota 29 (SD) & 824 (HD)
Charter Duluth 37 (SD) & 824 (HD)
Charter Twin Cities 61 (SD) & 824 (HD)
Charter Southern Minnesota 30 (SD) & 824 (HD)
Comcast Minneapolis & Western Suburbs 28 (SD) & 402 (HD)
Comcast St. Paul & Eastern Suburbs 27/32/52 (SD) & 201/863 (HD)
Direct TV Satellite 668 (SD) & 668-1 (HD)
DISH Network Satellite 436 (SD) 436-1 (HD)
Midcontinent Cable Grand Forks, ND 28/28.5 (SD) & 623 (HD)
Midcontinent Cable Sioux Falls, SD 27 (SD)
Midcontinent Cable St. Cloud, MN 26 (SD) 623 (HD)
Midcontinent Cable Rural Locations, MN 27 (SD) & 622 (HD
NBCSN (All of USA, minus local Fox Regional markets)
SN & SN 360 (Canada)
TVA Sports (Quebec)
Rogers – 656

Media Outlets: Radio - Minnesota Wild Radio Network

Listen to the soothing sounds of old-time hockey announcing with Bob & Tom...
Minnesota
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Aitkin 930 AM KKIN
Albert Lea 1450 AM KATE
Austin 1480 AM KAUS
Bemidji 1450 AM KBUN
Benson 93.5 FM KSCR
Brainerd 103.5 FM KUAL
Crookston 1260 AM KROX
Detroit Lakes 93.1 FM KDLM
Detroit Lakes 1340 AM KDLM
Duluth 92.1 FM WWAX
Ely 94.5 FM WELY
Ely 1450 AM WELY
Eveleth 1340 AM KRBT
Fairmont 1370 AM KSUM
Fosston 1480 AM KKCQ
Glenwood 107.1 FM KMGK
Grand Marais 95.3 FM WXXZ
Grand Rapids 1320 AM KOZY
Hastings 1460 AM KDWA
Hibbing 1240 AM WMFG
Hutchinson 1260 AM KDUZ
International Falls 1230 AM KGHS
Iron Range 1340 AM KRBT
Mankato 95.7 FM KMKO
Marshall 1400 AM KARZ
Minneapolis/West Metro 100.3 FM KFAN
Montevideo 93.9 FM KKRC
Moorhead 740 AM KVOX
New Ulm 860 AM KNUJ
Pine City/I-35 gap coverage 105.7 FM WXCX
Red Wing 1250 AM KCUE
Rochester 101.7 FM KRCH
Roseau 1410 AM KRWB
St. Cloud 1390 AM KXSS
St. Paul/East Metro 100.3 FM KFAN
Thief River Falls 1460 AM KKAQ
Twin Cities Metro 100.3 FM KFAN
Verndale 1070 AM KVKK
Walker 1570 AM KAKK
Warroad 102.9 FM KRWB
Waseca 1170 AM KOWZ
Winona 1230 AM KWNO
WISCONSIN
City/Area Station Call Sign
Amery 104.9 FM WLMX
Eau Claire/I-94 1400 AM WBIZ
Hayward 910 AM WHSM
Siren 105.7 FM WXCX
SuperioNorthwestern WI 92.1 FM WWAX
Western Wisconsin 100.3 FM KFAN
IOWA
City/Area Station Call Sign
Des Moines 1490 AM KXLQ
Northwestern IA 1230 AM KWSN
NORTH DAKOTA
City/Area Station Call Sign
Fargo/I-94 740 AM KVOX
Fargo/Eastern ND 790 AM KFGO
Grand Forks 1440 AM KKXL
SOUTH DAKOTA
City/Area Station Call Sign
Sioux Falls & Eastern SD 1230 AM KWSN
Vermillion 1570 AM KVTK

Media Outlets: Online - Radio Streaming

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Media Outlets: Online - Video Streaming

Streams will be provided at anytime within an hour of the starting time.
Site/Source Link
Official NHL.TV (Subscription-Only) Official NHL.tv Subscriptions - Local blackouts apply in the U.S.A.
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'15-'16 Regular Season Recap

Last Game Recap

4/22/16, 7:46 AM
by FreeCandyVanDriver
In a Game Four that saw Minnesota with an opportunity to even up the series at two games a piece, Minnesota played themselves into a position to win, only to be undermined by their penalty kill on two separate occasions and falling 3-2 against a Dallas side that looked very beatable.
After Minnesota's 5-3 performance against Dallas in game three, Coach Torchetti didn't want to change a thing, and kept both Zac Dalpe and Kurtis Gabriel in the 4th line at the expense of Ryan Carter and Jarret Stoll, two players that had extensive experience on the penalty kill in the regular season. Both Dalpe and Gabriel had minimal minutes in Game Four, but the question remains as to how valuable Gabriel was in those minimal minutes by being on the roster as compared to having Stoll available for the PK. Unfortunately, it's a question that cannot be answered, but one that has to be asked considering that the Wild were undone by two Dallas powerplays that twice nullified hard-fought leads that Minnesota built. Pominville's goal in early in the second gave Minnesota a 1-0 lead. It was undone four minutes later on a powerplay goal by Dallas' Hemsky. The Wild were trying to kill off a Delay of Game penalty committed by Matt Dumba, a penalty that sums up Dumba's performance in both Game 4 and the whole series.
Just sixty-three seconds later, Charlie Coyle scored on one of the most dominating breakaway goals in recent memory, perhaps the best talent goal for Minnesota all season. On a nifty splitting move, Coyle twice-directed the puck in midair to drop it down perfectly into position, only to against shift direction at the last second and put it past a fully-committed Antti Niemi going the wrong direction. The X erupted, and a fully energized crowd watched the momentum shift on a true hero goal with perfect timing.
Then, less then two minutes after taking back the momentum, Nino Neiderreiter drew yet another obvious retaliatory penalty -- his tradition this season -- this time, shattering an opponent's stick in the most obvious penalty of the night.
And yet again, the PK failed to stop Dallas. Horrible positioning by Suter and a unchecked screen allowed Speeza to beat Dubnyk easily. 2-2.
Then, with under two minutes in the second period, the now-seemingly required fluke goal happened - a deflected shot off of Speeza's skate that just caught Dubnyk handcuffed. Having twice gained the lead, and having twice lost it on the penalty kill, Minnesota headed into the third period now needing a goal.
And it didn't happen.
Tons of effort, tons of hustle, powerplay chances, and the ice was tilted in Minnesota's favor all period, but the Wild couldn't find finishing from anyone on the ice. The third period was the first period all post-season that looked begging for a Zach Parise effort goal or a Thomas Vanek magic tip or assist. The dearth of scoring talent was evident, as Minnesota controlled the game for a slight majority of the time, but just didn't have the fire power to beat an Antti Niemi who looked great despite the two goals.
Game Four was exactly what John Torchetti said about Game One: In a game that the Wild looked outmatched on paper, it was Minnesota that beat themselves. With bonehead penalties, coupled with a tired PK due to their increased regular minutes covering for the 4th line, the Wild looked like a team that should have won, but were destined to shoot themselves in the skate.
And they did.
Twice.

Wild Notes:

4/22/16, 8:19 AM
by FreeCandyVanDriver
This is going to be short, just hopefully not as short as Minnesota's time in the playoffs this post-season.
There's just three games remaining on the board in the series against Dallas, three games that Minnesota MUST win. The Wild have shown that they can compete with the best team in the Western Conference, now they have to show that they can win against the best.
And do it three times in a row.

ROSTER CHANGES & LATE BREAKING WILD NEWS:

Updates Constantly on Game days - Last Update: 2:50pm
  • Coach Torchetti is hedging his bets on this lineup, insisting to multiple sources that nothing is changing for Game 5. I'd expect to to see Carter or Stoll in for Gabriel, if only for the PK assistance by limiting minutes for players that are getting tons of ice time. Minnesota looked gassed by the end of Game 4 -- Suter, Haula, Koivu and Granlund -- had nothing in the tank by the end, and the team could use a great faceoff taker down the stretch. Who knows, but I'm leaving the projected lines untouched from Game Four because I'm taking Torchetti at his word. Nope, Torchetti lied. Two roster changes noted below. (yesterday/Edited at 12:25pm)
  • Antti Niemi to get the start for Dallas again tonight. (11:34am)
  • Lineups released; Stoll in for Dalpe, Schroeder in for Fontaine. Gabriel stays in for a third straight game, Schroeder gets his first playoff action. (12:25pm)
  • Nothing's changed. (2:50pm)

In-Game GIF Highlights

(Will be posted after the game)
Goals and Highlights Minnesota 0 - 0 Dallas
1st Period N/A
2nd Period N/A
3rd Period N/A
all gifs courtesy of ChariotOfFire @ WildHockey
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