Daily Freerolls Awarding Tickets to $19,000 GTD Poker Holiday Season Tournaments Start Monday at Everygame Poker

Tis the season to be jolly and play poker! Everygame Pokers Poker Holiday Season tournaments start Monday, December 22nd and will award a total of $19,000 in prize money. Next week there will also be satellites for two live events: The Festival Nottingham and the $200K WSOPC Caribbean.


Tis the season to be jolly and play poker! Everygame Pokers Poker Holiday Season tournaments start Monday, December 22nd and will award a total of $19,000 in prize money. Next week there will also be satellites for two live events: The Festival Nottingham and the $200K WSOPC Caribbean.

Tournament Schedules:

Poker Holiday Season buy-ins start at just $10 and most of the eight daily poker tournaments will award $2000 to the winners — although a Deepstack event on Christmas Day has a $5000 guaranteed prize pool. The series features a variety of tournament formats: Superstack, Big Bounty, R&A, Deepstack R&A, Deepstack Turbo and Progressive Bounty. Players can win their way to any of these events in daily freerolls.

Satellites for The Festival Nottingham continue until Christmas Eve. The Final on Christmas Day will award a $2700 prize package that includes buy-in to the Main Event and a side event in Nottingham in February as well as luxury accommodation and $500 toward travel expenses.

Twice daily satellites for the $200K WSOPC Caribbean in St. Maarten start December 22nd. The winner of the Final on New Years Day will receive a $4200 prize package that includes buy-ins, all inclusive accommodation and help with travel expenses.

Players can register for any of these events by clicking on them in the list of daily tournaments in the downloaded poker room or the instant play poker app.

Everygame Poker is the busiest poker room on the Horizon Poker Network. Its growing casino games section has slots and table games from four leading games providers.

REAL LIFE MATTERS Daily Night Prime Time Show: The World according to DARLITA DBOSS BOSTIC

DBoss Network On Air Personality Talk Show Host and Executive Producer of REAL LIFE MATTERS, her Daily Night Prime Time show captivates audiences in North America, UK, The Caribbean, Africa, and globally

NORTH YORK, OntarioMarch 23, 2022PRLog — Darlita DBoss Bostic has transformed herself into the freshest television revelation on current daily Night Prime TV shows in North America and globally, interviewing from Hollywood, New York, Chicago. Toronto top producers, actors, and Grammy, Billboard, Juno award-winning music superstars to regular motivational storytellers who have too much to share through REAL LIFE MATTERS TV.

She gets to the heart and soul of all her guests in REAL LIFE MATTERS program reaching millions of viewers worldwide, in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, 22 Caribbean country islands, and Africa. Darlita has earned the respect and admiration of people from all backgrounds, races, genders, religions and political ideas. Her onscreen honesty captivates audiences.

Known as the Oprah Winfrey of the North, Darlita Bostic is Chief Executive Officer of  DBoss Network. This Canadian-born, daughter of Barbados parents, is an innovative university-trained Sales and Marketing professional with a diverse track record building business relationships to provide an array of products, services and support to growing enterprises. She has successfully delivered results using IT tools and solutions, Web-based and E-commerce strategies and materials, cable and mainstream television programming, and Education services.

A trained Paralegal from Ryerson University (Litigation, Corporate, Criminal, Family, Real Estate, Contract Negotiations) who applies excellent administrative, documentation and process management skills in assessing clients’ needs and planning/executing programs to increase productivity and ensure quality.

Always smiling, projecting happiness to her audience and loyal followers, Darlita communicates openly, persuasively, works well with teams as well as independently. Trains, mentors others to higher performance. And on TV screen oversaturated by 1000s of channels and fancy hosts, Darlita uses these skills to make sure interviewees open their hearts and souls for audiences to be surprised and amazed about their experiences.

Real Life Matters is a Night Prime TV Show which broadcasts at 10-11pm Mon-Fri; it airs on CaribVision TV & Bell Fibe TV Channel 658 nationally in Canada. CaribVision TV Network broadcasts in 22 different countries in the Caribbean region; including the UK and Eastern USA. Bell Fibe Channel 658 is viewed by 12 million people on TV. Also her show was featured on T.I.F.F. (Toronto International Film Festival).

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Daily home-based meditation can increase the amount of grey matter in brains of patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease: Study

A recent study by Indian researchers has shown that a six-month daily home-based meditation can increase the amount of grey matter in brains of patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or those with mild Alzheimer’s disease.  Meditation, therefore, appears to have a protective effect on the brain in these patients.

Persons with MCI are forgetful but can lead independent lives.  However, they have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.  Alzheimer’s disease is progressive and irreversible and a major global health problem with huge socioeconomic implications. Yet, except for one prohibitively costly drug that is still being evaluated for clinical benefit, no medicine can alter the disease progression nor prevent or delay its conversion from the stage of MCI.  

A research supported under the SATYAM program by Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India was led by Dr. Amitabha Ghosh Director and Head Department of Neurology, Apollo Multispecialty Hospital Kolkata (erstwhile Apollo Gleneagles Hospital) together with Dr. S Bapi Raju {Cognitive Science lab at IIIT Hyderabad}, in collaboration with other researchers shows that a simple, cheap, easy to follow, meditation routine, when practiced daily for several months, can reverse grey matter loss in MCI and even in mild Alzheimer’s disease. This work has been published in the journal ‘Frontiers in Human Neuroscience’.

For this work, the researchers allocated patients with MCI or mild Alzheimer’s disease to meditation or control groups.  The meditation group practiced 30 minutes of silent, sitting meditation daily for 6 months. They did MRI scans at baseline and after 6 months, and all patients also underwent neuropsychological assessment.  The meditation group showed significantly increased grey matter over the frontal brain regions that are responsible for control of attention and goal-directed decision-making and reduced grey matter posteriorly. The left hippocampus (memory) and the right thalamus also showed an increase in grey matter volume. The team found a trend towards improved attention among the meditators.

According to the researchers, meditation research in MCI and Alzheimer’s disease is still very young. Previous researchers combined meditation with physical postures, movements, mantras, kriyas, or other mindfulness practices. Home meditation practice typically lasted 8-12 weeks.  Studies where it did extend for longer, did not include brain changes.  This is one of the first on brain changes in MCI and Alzheimer’s disease that explores the effects of silent, sitting meditation alone, practiced daily over a long term. The techniques are similar to those commonly practiced by regular meditation practitioners yet simplified enough to train a patient with early memory loss.

“Much of our waking state is spent on mind wandering. Excessive mind wandering, especially when loaded with persistent negative thoughts, damage the brain, predisposing one to early aging or even Alzheimer’s disease.  Meditation teaches non-judgmental and non-reactive awareness of appearing thoughts and improves one’s ability to disengage and focus on intended goals.  By doing so, meditation activates a set of brain networks which co-ordinate to increase attention and goal-directed behaviour, and reduce mind wandering and emotional reactivity,” Dr. Amitabha Ghosh explains.

This research suggests that spending a little time everyday on meditation practice could be protective in patients with memory loss.  It is possible that the earlier one starts practicing meditation, the better will be the results. The team plans to follow up on this work with much larger participant numbers and longer durations of study.

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Publication link: 10.3389/fnhum.2021.728993

For more details, Amitabha Ghosh (amitabhaghosh269@gmail.com) can be contacted.



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With 80% of Daily New Cases, Maharashtra, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh continue to exhibit a spike

Six States, Maharashtra, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh continue to report a surge in the COVID daily new cases. 79.57% of the new cases are reported from these 6 states.

62,258 new cases were registered in the last 24 hours.

Maharashtra has reported the highest daily new cases at 36,902. It is followed by Punjab with 3,122 while Chhattisgarh reported 2,665 new cases.

Ten states, as outlined under, are displaying an upward trajectory in daily new cases.

India’s total Active Caseload has reached 4,52,647 today. The present active caseload now stands at 3.8% of India’s total Positive Cases. A net incline of 31,581 cases recorded from the total active caseload in the last 24 hours.

Maharashtra, Kerala and Punjab cumulatively account for 73% of the total active cases in the country.

On the other hand, the total vaccination coverage in India has crossed5.8-crore.

More than 5.81 cr (5,81,09,773) vaccine doses have been administered through 9,45,168 sessions, as per the provisional report till 7 am today. These include 80,96,687 HCWs (1st dose), 51,44,011 HCWs (2nd dose), 87,52,566 FLWs (1st dose) and 35,39,144 FLWs (2nd Dose), 61,72,032 beneficiaries aged more than 45 years with specific co-morbidities (1st Dose) and 2,64,05,333 beneficiaries aged more than 60 years.



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India stands second in the world in terms of the number of vaccine doses administered (as on 25th March, 2021).

The graph below gives a comparison of the pace of vaccination drive in India and other countries


Eight States account for 60% of the cumulative vaccine doses given so far in India. Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat have crossed the benchmark of 5 million vaccinations.

As on Day-70 of the vaccination drive (26th March, 2021), total 26,05,333 vaccine doses were given. Out of which, 24,25,146 beneficiaries were vaccinated across 43,281 sessions for 1st dose and 1,80,187 HCWs and FLWs received 2nd dose of vaccine.

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The average daily doses being administered show a steady increase.

India’s cumulative recoveries stand at 1,12,95,023 today. The national Recovery Rate is 94.84%.

30,386 recoveries were registered in the last 24 hours.

Maharashtra has reported the maximum number of single day recoveries with 17,019 newly recovered cases.

291 deaths were reported in the last 24 hours.

Five States account for 75.6%of the new deaths. Maharashtra saw the maximum casualties (112). Punjab follows with 59 daily deaths.

Fourteen States/UTs have not reported any COVID19 deaths in the last 24 hours. These are Assam, Odisha, Puducherry, Ladakh (UT), D&D & D&N, Lakshadweep, Manipur, Tripura,Sikkim, Meghalaya, Mizoram, A&N Islands, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh.