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Wolf Popper LLP Investigates Claims That the Proposed Acquisition of Caesars Acquisition Company May Not Be In the Best Interests of Its Investors

January 8th, 2015

Wolf Popper LLP Investigates Claims That the Proposed Acquisition of Caesars Acquisition Company May Not Be In the Best Interests of Its Investors
Wolf Popper LLP Investigates Claims That the Proposed Acquisition of Caesars Acquisition Company May Not Be In the Best Interests of Its Investors NEW YORK, Dec. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Wolf Popper LLP is investigating claims on behalf of investors in Caesars Acquisition Company (“CAC”) (NASDAQ: CACQ), concerning the proposed acquisition of Caesars by Caesars Entertainment Corporation (“CEC”) (NASDAQ: CZR).  CAC shareholders seeking more information about this acquisition are advised to contact Carl Stine at (212) 451-9631 or cstine@wolfpopper.com.The investigation concerns whether the CAC directors are breaching their fiduciary duties by agreeing to an unfair transaction where the majority shareholders of both CAC and CEC are benefiting by standing on both sides of the transaction.  Under the terms of the proposed transaction, CAC shareholders will receive 0.664 shares of CEC for each share of CAC they own.  Based on the closing prices of both stocks before the deal was announced, the consideration is valued at approximately $8.96 per share, which is 5.3% below the closing price of CAC on December 19, 2014, the last trading day before the announcement of the proposed transaction.  In addition, the offer price is below CAC’s 52-week high of $16.38 per share and significantly below an analyst price target of $15.00 per share.Wolf Popper LLP has extensive experience representing investors in mergers and acquisition lawsuits and has successfully ensured that investors receive increased value for their shares.  Twelve Wolf Popper attorneys were named Rising Stars or Super Lawyers in the 2014 Super Lawyers New York City Metro Edition, including Wolf Popper partner Carl Stine, who was included in the Super Lawyers Top 100 List for the New York City Metro area.  View Wolf Popper attorney biographies at www.wolfpopper.com.Attorney Advertising: Prior Results Do Not Guarantee A Similar Outcome.Wolf Popper LLP845 Third AvenueNew York, New York 10022Telephone: 212-451-9631Toll Free Tel: 877-370-7703Toll Free Fax: 877-370-7704Email: cstine@wolfpopper.com

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Unwrap Big Bankroll Gifts With WinPalace Casino

December 26th, 2014

Unwrap Big Bankroll Gifts With WinPalace Casino
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Live casino does away with the random number generator

October 10th, 2014

Live casino does away with the random number generator
Live casino does away with the random number generator [unable to retrieve full-text content]You may well have seen the term live casino when looking or reading about online casinos and wondered what it is as at first it seems an anomaly after all how can it be live if it is online. The truth is that that live casino at any online casino is only live in the […]

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Slot Myths

October 7th, 2014

Slot Myths
Slot Myths Winning at slot machines is dependent on luck, and this is why rumors on how to win are prevalent among slot machine players. These rumors only represent a false hope in a situation where there is nothing anyone can do. Slot machine myths are what sprung from these rumors, usually referring to tactics or false facts on odds and winning. Hence, here are some slot machine myths that we are to expose. Slot Machine Myth 1: If the player right before you has just won the jackpot, then forget about playing that same machine. This slot machine myth is probably one of the most universally-believed myths. People believe that once the machine has given away the jackpot, it will not give away again any sooner. However, this is belief is false. Your chances of winning are measure by odds, and these odds or probabilities are constant in a machine. Theoretically, there is really this possibility that a slot machine can give away its prizes consecutively. You can only forget about playing a particular slot machine if the machine is a progressive one and you are not interested in winning the lower, default prize. Slot Machine Myth 2: Placing hot coins in the machine would increase your odds. This slot machine myth is probably one of the most ridiculous myths. First, slot machines cannot detect temperature, nor will it cause any changes in the odds of the machines. The probability inside a machine is electronically programmed and is constant through time. Changing or increasing your chances of winning would require a reprogram of the slot’s computer chip. Slot Machine Myth 3: You almost won during a previous spin, so you will win at the next attempt. The outcome of the past has no effect with the outcome of the future. As what was said, you cannot assume that your chances have or will increase. This slot machine myth is indeed a myth because, aside from the past having no effect on the future, the chances are equal even in “almost” situations. Slot Machine Myth 4: You will get paid lesser than the usual payout percentage if you use your slot club card. This slot machine myth is based on the assumption that slot club cards consume casino comps, so casinos would want their money back by deducting more from your winnings. However, payback percentages, like probabilities, are stored in computer chips and are not easy to alter. Aside from that, in order to change payback percentages, casino operators would have to reprogram the chips and file a lot of paperwork to the authorities. So you can just imagine the trouble it will take to just “get their money back” from your bestowed comps. Each of these slot machine myths possesses an illogical attribute that should not be believed. Therefore, before making any decisions, take time to study how slot machine works, and remember that there is not surefire way to guarantee your winnings.

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Slots Games

September 28th, 2014

Slots Games
Slots Games The answer is not a simple one. But there are two possible answers. Firstly, people like to play slots because it is one of the games in the best Online Casino in which you need not have any previous knowledge in order to play. When all you have to do is push a button, anyone can play, and that makes in that much more fun. And that means that everyone can play whether they are young, or old, or experienced or beginners. And of course, there is the prize money. There are two kinds of slots. There is the regular one, which pays out according to the different combinations on the slots. On the other hand, there are the progressive slots, which pay out an accumulating sum of money. People like to play slots because they see that they can win a lot of money with little effort and with ease. While this may or may not be the case, people still gamble, and take the chance that they will be left with nothing and no one in their lives.

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Comment on Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download by AKASH

August 16th, 2014

Comment on Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download by AKASH
Comment on Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download by AKASH Operating Systems Mar 10, 2009 My Digital Life Editorial Team 13 Comments Windows 7 New Sound Effects Schemes Free Download For Windows Vista Ultimate users, Microsoft had released a few new sound effects schemes as part of Ultimate Extras. Microsoft looks set to be more than generous to Windows 7 users, which is including as much as 13 new and different sound effects or sound schemes in the new operating system. The many selection of the sound schemes and audio files give greater flexibility to personalize-maniac users to really make their Windows system stands out in the crowd. The 13 different new sound schemes in Windows 7, which has been included in Windows 7 Build 7048, are Afternoon, Calligraphy, Characters, Cityscape, Delta, Festival, Garden, Heritage, Landscape, Quirky, Raga, Savanna, and Sonata, in addition to usual Windows Default and No Sounds. Windows XP, Windows Vista or other operating system users who wants to uses these Windows 7 sound schemes can download the .wav audio files below. Download Windows 7 Sound Schemes .wav Audio Files from Build 7048: Win7-7048-Sounds.rar Related posts: Windows 7 Build 7048 Screenshot Google Video, YouTube and Myspace Video Downloads with All-In-One Video Bookmarklet Download Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7048 32-bit (x86) Leaked DVD ISO Image Download Windows 7 Build 7048 x64 (64-bit) Edition Related posts: Windows 7 Build 7048 Screenshot Google Video, YouTube and Myspace Video Downloads with All-In-One Video Bookmarklet Download Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7048 32-bit (x86) Leaked DVD ISO Image Download Windows 7 Build 7048 x64 (64-bit) Edition AKASH TERI MA KI CHOD BHOSS DI WALLE http://www.mydigitallife.info/windows-7-new-sound-effects-schemes-free-download/ AKASH TERI MA KI CHOD BHOSS DI WALLE http://www.mydigitallife.info/windows-7-new-sound-effects-schemes-free-download/ AKASH MADAR CHOD Alvin Eng I’m now using Windows 8 after upgrading from Windows 7. After doing that, I’ve noticed only having the choice of No Sounds or Windows Default in my Sounds Drop-down. I’ve tried adding all these folders into my C:\Windows\Media folder without any success! Any help for me,please? Thank you! Alvin Eng OK, What am I doing wrong?! I’ve downloaded the .rar file and successfully unpacked it to have a large folder created containing the 13 smaller folders with the individual sound schemes. I then copied and pasted all 13 into my C:\Windows\Media folder. Since I did not see any new Sound Schemes like in the snapshot above, I figured I needed to restart my computer and Windows again, but that still did not help solve it! What am I missing here? Please help if you can! Thank you in advance! Panji Wuih apik iki randi teri ma ka chut madar chod ,bhosdi wale Toto Prayogo thanks alot … chevy still not there Dulan Copy the 13 folders,go to C:WindowsMedia and paste them there.then you’ll see them like the picture above. Teufel I have downloaded the file above but i don’t know how to add windows 7 sounds into sound scheme for xp… http://reddit.com Jae Agreed~! – And where has my goat gone? leavey how come i don’t see the 13 sound schemes like the picture shows above? Follow @TipTrickNet Get latest updates in email for free: Recent Articles Free 1000 Amazon Coins ($10) for Purchasing Any Android Apps How to Boot into Safe Mode (F8) in Windows 8 & 8.1 How to Remove or Show the Power Button on Windows 8.1 Start Screen Windows 8.1 Update Power User Guide for Business PDF Free Download How to Open Links from Windows 8 Store Apps (Metro/Modern) in Desktop IE More on Tip and Trick How To Watch Football (Soccer) League (UEFA Champions League) Online Free MSI WS60 20J the World’s “Thinnest and Lightest” Mobile Laptop Samsung To Launch Samsung Galaxy Note 4 On September 3 How To Choose The Right Chart Type For Numeric Data Uber for Windows Phone 8.1 Official Free Download

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Comment on Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System by shambles1980

July 31st, 2014

Comment on Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System by shambles1980
Comment on Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System by shambles1980 Operating Systems Nov 3, 2009 My Digital Life Editorial Team 15 Comments Workaround to Upgrade from 32-Bit (x86) to 64-Bit (x64) Windows 7 Operating System Direct upgrade from 32-bit (x86-based) operating system of either Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 to 64-bit (x64-based) Windows 7 OS is not a supported upgrade paths to Windows 7. When user tries to run 64bit setup.exe Windows 7 installer from within 32bit operating system, the following error message will occur. Your computer can’t run this version of Windows. You need an installation disc that’s compatible with your computer. For more information, check your computer’s system information. If the user attempts to run the setup.exe stored in the root and “sources” folder of DVD disc media or ISO image, the following error will occur: The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you’re running. Check your computer’s system information to see whether you need an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publisher. So how to “upgrade” from 32-bit OS to 64-bit Windows 7? Unfortunately, there is no direct way to perform an in-place upgrade from 32-bit operating system such as x86 Windows XP or x86 Windows Vista to x64 Windows 7, with existing application programs and data retained. The only way to install x64-based Windows 7 on existing 32-bit Windows installation (or vice versa to downgrade from 64-bit to 32-bit OS), is to do a clean install, which indicated by “Custom (advanced)” installation during set up Windows 7 installation wizard. Here’s the brief guide for user who wishes to upgrade to 64-bit platform from a 32-bit Windows: Backup and save existing application settings and data to migrate to new system with Windows Easy Transfer. Note that installed programs won’t be migrated or ported over to new Windows. Alternatively, just manually do a backup and copying of all data files and personal documents, photos, images, videos, bookmarks and etc. Boot and start up computer using the 64-bit (x64) Windows 7 installation DVD disc media or a Windows 7 install USB key flash drive. Setting correct device boot sequence may be required at BIOS. Check out how to access BIOS. User who has Windows 7 ISO should burn the image to a physical disc with a CD/DVD optical burning software such as Nero and Ashampoo Burning Studio, or uses official Windows 7 DVD/USB ISO Download Tool to create bootable Windows 7 USB flash key drive or write to DVD. In Windows 7, it’s also possible to burn the ISO direct from Windows 7 Explorer without third-party software. User with x86 setup1.box and setup2.box ESD Windows 7 installation files or x64 setup1.box and setup2.box ESD Windows 7 installation files should follow steps to create and make a bootable ISO prior to burning. When prompted by Set up Windows installation wizard, select Custom (advanced). User is free to create, delete, modify, create or format partition volumes and hard disk drives before continuing the setup installation of Windows 7. If user choose to install over a partition or drive with existing Windows, user will be informed that current installation of Windows will be moved to Windows.old directory. Install and activate Windows 7 as usual. Tip: For end-user with a Windows 7 upgrade license, media and product key, an existing installation of Windows must exist for the upgrade version product key to be able to entered and activated properly. Thus, do not format the hard disk drive prior to loading the Windows 7 setup even if you intend to clean install, or else user has to use hack to complete the clean install the Windows 7 Upgrade. User can create or delete hard disk drive or partition during the setup via Custom (advanced) -> Drive options (advanced) option (note: a 100 MB system reserved partition may be created by Windows 7 Setup), or let Windows 7 install wizard backup the existing configuration to Windows.old folder, and then delete and wipe clean the whole partition volume prior to install Windows 7. 32-bit setup installer can be read and run in 64-bit operating system, but the in-place “downgrade” is equally not supported, with the following error been shown in compatibility report after a run of compatibility check: The following issues are preventing Windows from upgrading. Cancel the upgrade, complete each task, and then restart the upgrade to continue. You can’t upgrade 64-bit Windows to a 32-bit version of Windows. To upgrade, obtain a 64-bit version of the installation disc, or go online to see how to install Windows 7 and keep your files and settings. The above workaround to clean install Windows 7 works to downgrade from 64-bit to 32-bit Windows 7 too. Related posts: Download Internet Explorer (IE8) RTW MUI Language Packs Hack to Remove 100 MB System Reserved Partition When Installing Windows 7 Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO from Digital River Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta Full Browser Official Download Related posts: Download Internet Explorer (IE8) RTW MUI Language Packs Hack to Remove 100 MB System Reserved Partition When Installing Windows 7 Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO from Digital River Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta Full Browser Official Download shambles1980 this isn’t a work around you cock. its just doing what the friging disk would have told you to do. p lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll p zz p 44 Duc Anh I am going to upgrade my RAM to 8G too. Thank you so much for this useful article. santiago mi problema es que tengo windows7 x64 en mi computadora y quiero instalar XP de x86 y no me deja, ya investige algunas fuentes pero no me da resultado!! siempre falla de alguna manera.. con enlite ya mero salia pero no medeja guardar los archivos que puedo hacer!! Kyle I read a little of your article and from what I’ve got it sounds like you want to run programs from a 64 bit onto a 32 bit but my problem is the opposite. Kyle I have hte opposite problem. I want to run Land Before Time Activity Center but I get the non compatabile message…………even if I use Win XP service mode on the compatible mode. I wish there =was an answer as Dos Box will not take this game. What the this whole post is the biggest joke, pure BOLLOX! Zaur Hello anyone.I’m from Azerbaijan.Windows 7 ordinary key please give me.Thanks from now. http://WTF.com WTF this must be a joke. Bob In fact, just emailed the host to remove this article as it is rubbish. Bob I agree with Mike, what’s the point of this article? This is in no way a workaround to get around doing a clean install. Your process describes a backup with a clean install. Duh. Jerry Machin At the end, brought up a small question. your totally right about the small catch you have to BOOT up in 64 bit in order to install windows 64. Ok, I’ll give you that, as a given. But you mentioned booting up on a flash drive. provided you copied the image files from the windows 64 to a safe area in the new partition, D://Cab etc. etc. then booted up using the flash drive, and then transferred to D://Cab and run setup. Would that be a possibility? Steps: format secondary partition NTFS Set flash drive to boot into Windows 64 OS Boot transfer to D://Cab Run setup as it is Just am curious. Have known long time with Windows, any windows, 98-Me-Xp of those mentioned, you CAN do that. IS it not the same for Windows XP Pro 64 ? or Vista 64 Pro, or even Windows 7 64 Mike What’s the work around? If you have to do a clean install from 32-bit to 64-bit then there is no workaround. Your article title indicates you can upgrade. Anyone can do a clean install. Follow @TipTrickNet Get latest updates in email for free: Recent Articles Free 1000 Amazon Coins ($10) for Purchasing Any Android Apps How to Boot into Safe Mode (F8) in Windows 8 & 8.1 How to Remove or Show the Power Button on Windows 8.1 Start Screen Windows 8.1 Update Power User Guide for Business PDF Free Download How to Open Links from Windows 8 Store Apps (Metro/Modern) in Desktop IE More on Tip and Trick

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