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  • Having more books as a kid makes you smarter: study

  • You can’t tell a book by its cover — but you can tell how smart a person is by how many they own. A new study from the Australian National University and the University of Nevada discovered which countries’ households own the most books. Researchers say that having more books growing up, even if you...
  • Meet the Hugh Hefner of the Instagram age

  • Dan Bilzerian, the poker-playing multimillionaire, has become famous for blowout bashes that easily rival Playboy Mansion bacchanals. Revelers pile into Bilzerian’s 31,000-square-foot Bel Air, Calif., compound, where, he told The Post, “clothing is always optional.” When the bachelor, 37, isn’t at home in California, he’s often at his luxe pad in Las Vegas, or snowboarding...
  • Nurmagomedov threatens to quit UFC

  • Russian fighter Khabib Nurmagomedov has threatened to quit UFC in the wake of his victory over Conor McGregor in Las Vegas at the weekend.
  • Bet smarter by learning how the professionals wager

  • LAS VEGAS — If you’re new to sports betting, you might be unfamiliar with the casual use of terms “sharps” and “squares.” These have been common descriptors of bettors in Las Vegas for years. They’ll become more common nationally as legal sports betting gains wider exposure. Simply put: Sharps: professional wagerers whose action is widely...
  • Fans won’t be allowed on course for the Tiger-Phil showdown

  • The Tiger-Phil grudge match golf fans have been waiting to see could turn into the match no one watches. Two new wrinkles to the Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson match play event were revealed Thursday by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, which reported the round will not be played under the lights in prime time and the course...

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