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Bohuslän

Bohuslän is a Swedish province in Götaland, on the northernmost part of the country's west coast. It is bordered by Dalsland to the northeast, Västergötland to the southeast, the Skagerrak arm of the North Sea to the west, the county of Østfold, in Norway, to the north. Bohuslän is named after the medieval Norwegian castle of Bohus. Under the name Baahuslen, it was a Norwegian county from the Norwegian conquest of the region from the Geats and subsequent unification of the country in the 870s until the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658, when the union of Denmark-Norway was forced to cede this county, as well as Skåneland to Sweden; as of 31 December 2016, the number of inhabitants was 299,087, giving a population density of 68 inhabitants per square kilometre. The provinces of Sweden serve no administrative function. Instead, that function is served by the counties of Sweden. For centuries, the administrative county for Bohuslän was the Gothenburg and Bohus County, as its name implies it consisted of the entire Bohuslän province together with the city Gothenburg.

In 1998, some Swedish counties were merged to reduce administration costs, Gothenburg and Bohus County were therefore merged into the new, much larger Västra Götaland County. Bohuslän was granted its arms at the time of the funeral for Charles X Gustav of Sweden in 1660, it was identical to the arms of the Town of Kungälv. In 1962 the higher claim of the town was established and a variation for the arms of the county was introduced; the coat of arms is surmounted by a ducal coronet. Blazon:'Argent, a Castle embattled Gules with one embattled Tower of the same and two doors Or hinged Sable between a Sword point upwards and Lion rampant holding the Tower both Azure langued and armed Or." The geography is distinguished by the rocky coast, bordering an archipelago: there are about 3,000 islands and 5,000 islets. These make up the northern part of the Gothenburg archipelago, Sweden's second largest after Stockholm archipelago. In old days, the seascape was renowned for its many reefs and sunken rocks which caused many shipwrecks.

Two of the largest islands, Orust and Tjörn, constitute their own municipalities. Both islands have a distinctive history. However, the rocky terrain cannot be said to be mountainous: the highest point is Björnepiken at 224 meters. Sweden's only threshold fjord, Gullmarn or Gullmarsfjorden, is located near Lysekil, it is 1 to 3 kilometres wide with a maximum depth of 118.5 metres. The fjord is home to unique marine life. Bohuslän's coastline was ranked 7th among the world's last great wilderness areas by CNN Travel. Unlike other parts of Sweden, there are few lakes or streams in Bohuslän: out of a total land area of 4,500 square kilometres only 177 square kilometres is freshwater. Although lakes are common, they tend to be small in size; the largest lakes are the northern and southern Bullaren lakes, with a combined area of about 40 square kilometres. Most of the coast is made up by Bohus granite formed in the aftermath of the Sveconorwegian orogeny. In detail these granites have been eroded as to contain abundant small rock basins, some of them filled with clay and silt of combined glacial and marine origin.

The coast of Bohuslän is a joint valley landscape. Studies of denudation chronology suggest Bohuslän lies at the westernmost reaches of the Sub-Cambrian peneplain, however there is some uncerntainty on whether the hilltops are remnants of the peneplain. Rather than Sub-cambrian most of the province is made up of a relief unit known as the Sub-Mesozoic hilly peneplain. Bohuslän's chartered cities are: Kungälv Lysekil Marstrand Strömstad Uddevalla Their central areas are now non-administrative urban areas. In addition there are several other notable settlements: During the 2nd millennium BCE, the Nordic Bronze Age began, including rock art such as the examples found throughout Bohuslän. During the Migration Period and the Viking Age, the area was part of Viken, was known as two entities: Rånrike in the north and Elfsyssel in the south, it has been claimed that King Harald Fairhair made it part of the unified Norway in about 872, but contemporary sources give rise to doubt that Harald ever held the Viken area properly.

The earliest proof of Båhus lands being in Norway's hands is from the 11th century. As long as Norway was a kingdom of its own, the province prospered, Båhus castle was one of the key fortresses of the kingdom; when Norway was united with Denmark, the province began its decline in wealth. The Norwegian fortress, Båhus, was built to protect this territory. Being a border zone towards the Swedish kingdom, to a lesser extent against Danish lands in Halland, the Båhus region was disproportionately populated by soldier families. Båhuslen belonged to Denmark-Norway until it was ceded to Sweden in the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658; the fortress of Carlsten was built in Marstrand during the 17th century. For a period, Marstrand was a free port, with a free religious practice and, as such, home to the only synagogue in Sweden at the time; the commercial fishing of herring increased in the 18th century, the province flourished during a major herring period around 1747–1809. Many small fishing communities grew up around the coast.

Before the large scale fishing of herring started, Bohuslän had a considerable forest cover. Timber was once the largest export product and main source of income in Bohuslän, but with the

2007 World Series of Poker results

The 2007 World Series of Poker was the 38th annual World Series of Poker. Held in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino, the series featured 55 poker championships in several variants; as a WSOP custom since 1976, each of the event winners receive a championship bracelet in addition to that event's prize money. The series culminates with the $10,000 No-Limit hold'em "Main Event", which has attracted thousands of entrants since 2004; the winner of the WSOP Main Event, who wins a multimillion-dollar prize, is considered to be the World Champion of Poker. Most of the tournaments played at the WSOP are variants of Texas hold'em, a game where each player may use a combination of the five community cards and two hole cards to make the best hand. Another poker variant with community cards is Omaha, in which each player is dealt four hole cards and must use two of them in conjunction with three of the five community cards to make the best possible five-card hand. In contrast to games with community cards, some variants, such as stud or draw, deal each player separate hands with no common cards.

Seven-card stud deals each player two hole cards, followed by four face-up cards one at a time, another hidden card, with betting after each round. Other games played at the 2007 tournament included Razz, H. O. R. S. E. and Deuce-to-Seven. Prior to 2000, seven-card stud was the most common game in U. S. casinos, but today hold'em has totally eclipsed the once popular game. Within each of these poker variants, a myriad of options exist. For example, depending on the betting structure, a tournament might be described as no-limit, limit, or pot-limit. Games may include other variations on the rules governing the execution of the specific game such as shootout, eight or better, or heads up. With 54,288 total entries and a combined prize pool of $159,796,918, the 2007 WSOP was the largest series of poker tournaments ever. For many, winning a share of the prize pool was all that mattered, while others sought the glory associated with winning a bracelet; this dichotomy could not have been illustrated better than a deal negotiated at the Senior Championship event.

Tony Korfman wanted the money. Rather than leave their fates to chance, the two of them ensured. In exchange for splitting the prize money, Korfman agreed to let Bennett win the bracelet. After winning $8.25 million in the Main Event, Jerry Yang and his wife retired. "My winning today means a lot to me, because I know that I can use this money to do a lot of good for other people out there," Yang said before donating over a million dollars to charity. Upon winning his record eleventh bracelet, Phil Hellmuth said, "the bracelets have always been a huge deal, to me more than the other guys, because I knew that they represented history."Age and disability was another story line of the 2007 WSOP. At 21 years and 10 days old, Steve Billirakis became the youngest person to win a WSOP bracelet. At the other end of the spectrum, 94-year-old Jack Ury was the oldest person to participate in the Main Event. Hal Lubarsky, a blind man, finished in 197th place at the Main Event; this event kicked off the 2007 WSOP.

It was a $5,000 buy-in. 3-day event: Friday, June 1, 2007 to Sunday, June 3, 2007 Number of entries: 451 Total prize pool: $2,119,700 Number of payouts: 45 Winning hand: K♠ 2♦ Reference: This was a $500 buy-in no-limit Texas Hold'em tournament reserved for casino employees that work in Nevada. 2-day event: Friday, June 1, 2007 to Saturday, June 2, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 1,039 Total prize pool: $467,500 Number of payouts: 100 Winning hand: 10♦ 4♠ Reference: 3-day event: Saturday, June 2, 2007 to Monday, June 4, 2007 Number of entries: 2,998 Total Prizepool: $4,497,000 Number of payouts: 270 Winning hand: K♣ 10♦ Reference:Event 3 was the largest non-Main Event live tournament in history. This record, would be short lived as event 49 would break that record. 3-day event: Sunday, June 3, 2007 to Tuesday, June 5, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 781 Total prize pool: $1,066,065 Number of payouts: 72 Winning hand: A♠ 10♠ Reference: 3-day event: Sunday, June 3, 2007 to Tuesday, June 5, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 327 Total prize pool: $752,100 Number of payouts: 32 Winning hand: A♠ Q♥ 4♠ A♣ X A♦ 4♣See note Reference:Note: While seven cards were dealt, only five cards are used to determine the Winning hand.

The five cards used to determine the Winning hand were the three aces and two fours, one of the cards not used was not recorded. 3-day event: Monday, June 4, 2007 to Wednesday, June 6, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 910 Total prize pool: $1,365,000 Number of payouts: 90 Winning hand: J♣ 8♦ Reference: 3-day event: Monday, June 4, 2007 to Wednesday, June 7, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 145 Number of rebuys: 450 Total prize pool: $2,891,000 Number of payouts: 18 Winning hand: A♦ Q♠ 8♠ 7♣ Reference: 3-day event: Tuesday, June 5, 2007 to Thursday, June 7, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 814 Number of rebuys: 1814 Total prize pool: $2,533,062 Number of payouts: 81 Winning hand: A♣ 3♥ Reference: 3-day event: Tuesday, June 5, 2007 to Thursday, June 7, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 690 Total prize pool: $941,850 Number of payouts: 63 Winning hand: A♦ 10♠ 9♦ 4♥ Reference:Ninth-place finisher Richard Ashby was eliminated along with Ron Ware on the final hand of day, 2 by Jordan Morgan. Therefore, he never appeared at the official final table.

3-day event: Wednesday, June 6, 2007 to Friday, June 8, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 1,531 Total prize pool: $2,786,420 Number of payouts: 153 Winning hand: J♠ 4♠ Reference: 3-day event: Wednesday, June 6, 2007 to Friday, June 8, 2007 Number of buy-ins: 180 Total prize pool: $846,000 Number of payouts: 24 Winning hand: 10

Ramdani Lestaluhu

Rizky Ramdani Lestaluhu is an Indonesian footballer who plays as a attacking midfielder or a winger for Liga 1 club Persija Jakarta. Lestaluhu was born to Abdul Latif Healthy Ohorella as the first child of eight. Nicknamed Dani by his friends Lestaluhu was discovered by Iwan Setiawan, a former U-17 national team coach, who saw the him playing. Lestaluhu is Muslim, his younger brothers Rafid Lestaluhu, Abduh Lestaluhu, Pandi Lestaluhu are professional footballers. Lestaluhu made his international debut for Indonesia on November 28, 2014, in a match against Laos in the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup, he scored two goals in a 5-1 win. Ramdani Lestaluhu: International under-23 goals Ramdani Lestaluhu: International goals Scores and results list the Indonesia's goal tally first. Indonesia U-23Southeast Asian Games Silver Medal: 2011, 2013 Islamic Solidarity Games Silver Medal: 2013 Persija JakartaLiga 1: 2018 Indonesia President's Cup: 2018