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World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions

It is by invitation only that poker players can have the opportunity to participate in the World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions. This tournament is a freeroll poker event, which means that no entry fees are charged, but it can be misleading to use the terms ‘free’ and ‘no entry fee’, since payment can be required at some point to gain entry to a tournament. Donations from the house, sponsorship fees, or combinations of these are contributed to the prize pool. These invitation-only tournaments are regularly freerolls.

The most sought-after non-monetary prize a poker player can win is the WSOP bracelet, and since 1976, every winner of the annual WSOP have been awarded a bracelet, and the WSOP championships are now counted as ‘bracelets’, even those victories that occurred before 1976. Very few bracelets were awarded in the early years of the WSOP, 14 bracelets were awarded in 1990, 24 in 2000 and 57 in 2009. As the prestige of the events had grown, so did the quality of the bracelets, today all the bracelets are designed by the jeweler Corum. The winner of the World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions will not receive an official WSOP bracelet, but will receive a large trophy in the shape of an official Word Series of Poker logo.

The World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions has a rich history. In 2004 only ten of the most well-known names on the poker tournament circuit were invited. The event took place on 1 September 2004 and the winner took home $2,000,000 prize money while none of the other participants received any prize money.

Caesars Palace in Las Vegas hosted the next event which was held between 6 November and 8 November 2005. Any World Series of Poker circuit event had to be won to qualify for the Tournament of Champions, or the players must have reached the final table of the 2005 WSOP $10000 no limit Texas Hold’em Championship event to be included in the event. Phil Hellmuth, Doyle Brunson, Johnny Chan were granted Sponsor Exemptions by Pepsi, the event’s sponsor. Controversy erupted since players claimed that they were lied to as the event was promoted as one that one had to qualify for. Harrah Entertainments newly hired Vice President insisted that the three participate, and while Chan and Brunson missed the final table, Hellmuth finished third. Harrah’s laid down a new rule, and from 2006 onward, they reserved the right to enter six players via sponsor’s exemptions.

Twenty-seven players participate during 2006 Tournament of Champions, included was the 9 players who made the final table in the WSOP 2005 main event, the 11 winners of the WSOP Circuit events the preceding year, and the selected sponsor exemptions. Unfortunately in 2007, Harrah’s Entertainment put the Tournament of Champions on hold for an indefinite period.

On 15 March 2010, Harrah’s and the World Series of Poker announced that the WSOP Tournament of Champions will return on 27 June 2010, and 27 players will partake in the freeroll event to win the $1 million prize money. The organizers had decided to use the same format as an All-Star Event, and the decision of which players will participate in the event will be decided by the public. The organizers will put a list of 521 current, living WSOP bracelet-holders on the WSOP’s online site, and the public will be able to select 20 players via online vote. Fans had three months to vote for their top 20 players, but 40 000 votes were cast within the first 24 hours.

After months of anticipation and hype, the field was set for the first-ever-fan-voted World Series of Poker Tournament, and after 350 000 ballots were submitted, the voting was led by Phil Ivey and Daniel Negreanu, they were separated by less than 30 votes.

The reigning WSOP Champion Joe Cada, Barry Shulman the reigning WSOP Europe Champion and three previous TOC winners, Mike Matusow, Annie Duke and Mike Sexton were automatically included. The remaining two sponsor’s exemptions seats went to Andrew Barton and Bertrand «Elky» Grospellier.

The event took place in the Amazon Room at the Rio All Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, and on 27 June 2010 27 players started the event. On 4 July 2010 the final nine players returned to play the final table at the same location. A No Limit Hold’em game was featured at the 2010 World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions.

The event had a $1,000,000 prize pool, allocating $500,000 to the winner; $250,000 to second place, $100,000 to third place and 4th through 9th place will receive $25,000.

The play extended over eight days, of the 27 people starting on June 27th, seventeen players made the final day. Huck Seed was declared the winner after a 16 hour final session.

The new Tournament of Champions format have definitely uplifted the game of poker, and even though the Tournament of Champions disappeared for three years, the event is back now, bigger and strong than ever, engaging millions of poker fans.

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John Baker Muwanga and Oscar Joseph Nsubuga: Uganda Sibling Boxing Champions

John Baker Muwanga, one of the best regarded of Uganda’s boxing champions, was born on April 2nd 1956 in the vicinity of Kampala, growing up in Nsambya. Joseph Nsubuga, another of Uganda’s renowned former boxers, was Muwanga’s older half-brother.

Equally unique and fascinating is how Muwanga started boxing, how he progressed, and why and how he hang up his gloves. His pathway to boxing started when his half-brother Nsubuga who was born in Kenya in the early 1950’s showed up in 1963 at the family home in Nsambya while accompanied by his sister and mother. The father of the children had been employed by East African Railways and Harbors where he worked in Kenya. Muwanga was delighted to have an older brother around. Nsubuga had dabbled at boxing. Soon, Muwanga would accompany Nsubuga to the Police Boxing club in Nsambya, a few times. But Muwanga was not impressed with the sport. Also, Muwanga’s mother would soon vacate the house, taking with him Muwanga and one of his sisters to live elsewhere. He soon ended up being a pupil in Mugwanya Preparatory School (Kabojja), a boarding school; and thereafter he was transferred to the sister school St. Savio Primary School on Entebbe Road.

At Savio in 1969, Muwanga ended up fighting a bully who happened to be the son of a politically prominent person. Muwanga was expelled from school as a result. His father was very furious, and assured him that he would never amount to anything. Meanwhile brother Nsubuga was making steady boxing progress, Muwanga got the attention for just happening to be the brother–although he was put down as comparatively weak and not as tough as his boxing brother. It is here that Muwanga decided to try boxing. He was matched with play opponents, he was badly beaten and laughed at. People from northern Uganda were reputed to be good fighters, and Muwanga was discouraged from continuing with boxing on the grounds that such boxers would, «kill you for nothing.» But the taunting just made Muwanga the more determined to disprove skeptics.

Muwanga dared to enroll in the national junior championships which were held at the Nsambya Police shed. He would represent Nsambya Boxing Club. At that place and time, those days, medical tests were not up to standard and were not taken seriously. Muwanga was allowed to box. He was matched with an opponent Tilima from Naguru boxing Club. In the fight, Muwanga did not prove himself; his opponent who was much better than him did his best not to humiliate him. Tilima even pretended to be knocked down, even when he had not been hit. Muwanga writes (Personal communication, 10 June 2014):

«What a show!!! This guy tried everything not to humiliate me but failed people laughed until tears run down there cheeks. The guy even pretended to be knocked down by the air of a punch I had swung some 10 inches away from him. He got a warning for that. I lost and the crowd laughed.»

Muwanga’s associates would laugh at him because of that fight. This caused him to strive the more to become a good boxer. Early on a Sunday he decided to go to Kampala Boxing Club in Nakivubo. Muwanga writes, «I went to KBC in Nakivubo, determined to learn how to box or die» (Personal communication, 10 June 2014). The club was closed.

Muwanga returned to KBC early the next morning. There a fellow James Bond Okwaare made fun of how Muwanga had boxed. Okwaare was quickly rebuked by the national coach Erias Gabiraali. Muwanga started training there as he got to know some of the national boxers who dropped in. These inclued Ayub Kalule, Cornelius Bbosa Boza-Edwards, Mustafa Wasajja, Ben Ochan, Alex Odhiambo, Ochodomuge, and David Jackson. Even Muwanga’s brother Nsubuga would drop in. In concluding words Muwanga writes (Personal communication, 10 June 2014):

«One day I was shocked to hear that my brother was going to Scotland [Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, 1970] to represent Uganda. I could not believe, not only that other urchins from the ‘village’ were also going, to make the pie sweeter boys from the slum next door which was Katwe Kinyoro, the likes of John Opio were also in the team!!! There was justice in honest sweat, hard work and discipline… the rest is history.»

At the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, on July 18th 1970, 16 year-old Joseph Oscar Nsubuga (lightweight) was defeated by points decision by Olympian Kenneth Mwansa of Zambia in the preliminary round.

At the Commonwealth Games of 1974 held in Christchurch, 20 year-old Nsubuga now a light-welterweight defeated Philip Sapak of Papua New Guinea. This happened in the preliminary first round on January 27th when the referee halted the fight early after Nsubuga had quickly overwhelmed his opponent. However, in the quarter-finals that were held two days later, James Douglas of Scotland defeated Nsubuga by points and thereby halted Nsubuga’s quest for a medal.

Months later, in August 1974, Nsubuga, fighting as a middleweight, would win a bronze medal at the inaugural World Amateur Boxing Championships in Havana. Nsubuga had moved up to the middleweight division.

The TSC Tournament was held at the Dynamo-Sporthalle in Berlin during October 3-7, 1974. In the quarter-finals, Nsubuga fighting as a middleweight beat Zaprianov (Bulgaria) by points. But in the semi-finals he was beaten, by points, by Peter Tiepold of the German Democratic Republic. He settled for the bronze medal. here Ugandans performed remarkably well: James Odwori (flyweight) and Ayub Kalule (light-welterweight) won gold; Vitalish Bbege (welterweight) won the silver medal.

Nsubuga would debut as a professional in May 1975 whereby he moved to Finland then to Norway; he would mostly fight in Europe. Nsubuga stopped competing in 1981 after he was knocked out by famous future world champion Davey Moore. Nsubuga’s most signified fight was his spirited gladiator battle (non-title bout) with renowned Panamanian Roberto Duran on January 13th 1980 in Las Vegas. The Panamanian seemed to be tiring, but Joseph «Stoneface» Nsubuga was knocked out at the end of the fourth round. He retired from boxing in 1981 with an impressive record of 18 wins and 3 losses. Nsubuga passed away in Helsinki on May 4th 2013, aged 59.

During the 1970’s while at Namasagali College in Kamuli District in Uganda, Muwanga displayed himself as a skillful, dreaded, and popular boxer. At the amateur national level, he is said to have defeated renowned future world champion and fellow Ugandan Cornelius Boza-Edwards (Bbosa) twice. In April 1973, the annual Golden Belt Tournament took place in Bucharest. Most of the winners and silver medalists turned out to be Cubans and Romanians. It was here that Muwanga, aged 17, first participated in international competition. Here Muwanga, together with his accomplices on the Uganda team–Ayub Kalule, Vitalish Bbege, and James Odwori–all won bronze medals in Romania. Later in the same 1973, Muwanga fought for Uganda twice in two Urafiki (Kenya vs. Uganda) tournaments; he was victorious. Muwanga soon became overwhelmed when the veteran Ugandan boxing legend Alex Odhiambo, who had heretofore been so critical of the younger boxer, subsequently gave him the nod and the thumbs up!

At the local level and during training, Muwanga did fight Odwori and another famous Uganda boxer «Kabaka» Nasego several times, but he did not win. Among the Ugandans he beat were Vincent Byarugaba, and several others. Muwanga’s stint as a national amateur boxer were from 1973 to 1977 when he was also a student at Namasagali College; thereafter he attended Oslo University while he fought as a professional. Muwanga recalls that at training camp, where behavioral attitudes varied from boxer to boxer, as admired example the skillful Odwori was particularly talkative, whereas Ayub Kalule preferred action to words (Personal communication, 29 October 2015):

«… guys like Ayub Kalule… preferred action to talk, a phenomena in my opinion. James Odouri talked a mile a minute but, had the rare ability to back up whatever he said. A very rare quality. We called him ‘Kasuku’ [parrot] behind his back.»

John Muwanga, as a light-flyweight represented Uganda at the inaugural world amateur championships held in Havana in August 1974. Notably Kalule and Nsubuga here won gold and bronze, respectively. Muwanga was eliminated in the preliminary round by a points decision in favor of Bejhan Fuchedzhiyev (Bulgaria). Quite notable is the aspect that a massive six of the Uganda contingent in Havana had studied at Namasagali–one of the few schools in Uganda that embraced boxing. In addition to Muwanga, those boxers that did attend Namasagali included Nsubuga, Odwori, John Byaruhanga, Vincent Byarugaba, and Shadrack Odhiambo.

Muwanga’s national status continued to rise and at age 20 he was selected to represent Uganda at the summer Olympics in Montreal. Most African countries, twenty-eight of them, boycotted the Montreal Olympic Games of 1976 when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) refused to bar from the Olympics countries from which athletes had participated in sporting events in apartheid South Africa. The New Zealand Rugby team was then touring South Africa. Countries like China, Iraq, and Guyana also withdrew; although with China it primarily had to do with a political name recognition issue–non-recognition of «Republic of China» vs. «Peoples’ Republic of China.»

The Uganda boxers withdrawn from participation because of the boycott included Baker Muwanga (bantamweight) alongside Venostos Ochira (light-flyweight), Adroni Butambeki (flyweight), Cornelius Boza-Edwards (Bbosa) (featherweight), David Ssenyonjo (lightweight), Jones Okoth (light-welterweight), Vitalish Bbege (welterweight), and John Odhiambo (light-middleweight). Non of these pugilists had represented Uganda at the 1972 Olympics held in Munich. Vitalish Bbege had won gold at the Africa Boxing Championships held in Kampala in 1974.

Muwanga started his professional career in Norway in April 1978, and ended it in October 1982. He mostly boxed as a lightweight. All his bouts took place in Norway, aside from the final two that took place in Finland. He did not lose any of the bouts but he likely would have liked to be exposed to more intensive competition and to also box in western countries where there are more top contenders and champions. A factor was the banning of professional boxing in Norway, this officially effective from the beginning of 1981.

Muwanga ended as undefeated as a professional boxer with 15 wins, 0 losses, with 6 knockouts ( He regrets to some extend that he did not flourish as much as he would have wanted to as a boxer, but at the same time he is grateful that boxing took him to places and opened to him many advantages. He writes, «… my boxing career, in my opinion was not as exciting as I wanted it to be but I’m not complaining it opened a lot of doors for me and got me into places I never thought I would see… » (Personal communication, 10 June 2014).

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The Ferrari F430 GT3 and F430 Scuderia GT3 Sports Car

The Ferrari F430 GT3 and F430 Scuderia GT3 – A close look at these sports car performance, technical data, features, comparing rivals, history, used prices

from Classic to Modern


The Ferrari F430 GT3

The Ferrari F430 Challenge sports car was launched in 2005, and based on the F430 production car with its weight radically reduced to 1225 kg following an exhaustive schedule of removing all unnecessary items, from fitments to the interior. Only 100 of these cars were built.

In 2006, JMB Racing used the F430 Challenge as the basis for development of a special racer designed to be entered in the FIA ​​GT3 European Championship, and British GT Championship.

The resulting car, designed the F430 GT3, was superior to the F430 Challenge in terms of more highly developed aerodynamics and increased output, even though both utilized the same 4.3 liter, V8 engine.

Following extensive tuning, the GT3 unit developed 550 bhp, which surpassed the 483 bhp from the F430 Challenge, as well as the 445 bhp from its GT2 stable mate, the F430 GTC.

However, according to the regulations laid down for the GT3 class, it was required that cars had to conform to produce a power to weight ratio of around 2.6 kg / bhp.

To satisfy this requirement, the F430 GT3 weighed at at 1219 kg in race trim, which was 119 kg heavier than that of the F430 GTC.

Consequently, although the GT3 developed substantially more power than the GTC it was, in fact, significantly slower.

This became apparent in the 2007 Spa 24 Hours endurance event in which both variants were entered.

The result was that the GT3 was over seven seconds slower per lap than that of the GTC.

However, not all was lost and, that same year, the F430 GT3 secured the drivers title in the FIA ​​GT3 European Championship.

Since 2007, technical developments on the GT3 produced the Evolution variant, in which performance was duly enhanced.

The Ferrari F430 Scuderia GT3

In 2009, following further development on the F430 GT3 by Kessel Racing, a successor was introduced, and designed the F430 Scuderia GT3.

The new sports car used the Scuderia as its basis, and was modified as much as posssible within the GT3 regulations, resulting in a higher performance variant.

Important features included the following:

  • Net weight remained at 1219 kg
  • The 4.3 liter, V8 engine developed 500 bhp at 8500 rpm, and 343 ft / lbs of torque at 5250 rpm
  • It used a six speed sequential gearbox

As was the case with the F430 GT3, the Scuderia GT3 was developed with an eye to success in the FIA ​​GT3 Championship.


Competitors of the Ferrari F430 GT3 and F430 Scuderia GT3 included the following: Porsche 997 GT2 RS, Ruf RT12, and TVR Cerbera Speed ​​12. Ferrari performance:


A Ferrari F430 GT3 in excellent condition was sold at auction for $ 123,000. On the other hand, a Ferrari F430 Scuderia GT3, also in excellent condition, was placed at auction priced at $ 190,000.

Another supercar from Ferrari.

This marks the end of my Review of the Ferrari F430 GT3 sports car

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UEFA Champions League 2019/2020 Intro (Team Logo Animated).

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Atletico Madrid (La Liga).
Real Madrid (La Liga).
Barcelona (La Liga).
Valencia (La Liga).
Liverpool (Premier League).
Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League).
Manchester City (Premier League).
Chelsea (Premier League).
Juventus (Serie A).
Inter Milan (Serie A).
Napoli (Serie A).
Atalanta (Serie A).
Bayern Munchen (Bundesliga).
Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga).
Bayern Leverkusen (Bundesliga).
RB Leipzig (Bundesliga).
Paris Saint-Germain (Prancis).
LOSC Lille (Prancis).
Ajax (Belanda).
PSV Eindhoven (Belanda).
PAOK (Yunani).
Olympiacos (Yunani).
Zenit St Petersburg (Rusia).
Lokomotiv Moskow (Rusia).
FC Krasnodar (Rusia).
Benfica (Portugal).
Porto (Portugal).
Genk (Belgian).
Club Brugge (Belgian).
Galatasaray (Turki).
Istanbul Basaksehir (Turki).
Shakhtar Donetsk (Ukraina).
Dynamo Kiev (Ukraina).
Rapid (Austria).
Young Boys (Swiss).
Slavia Praha (Ceko).
Dinamo Zagreb (Kroasia).
Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel).
Celtic (Skotlandia).

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Is Formula One Racing the Most Popular Sport in the World?

Formula One racing takes the crown of motor racing. Its appeal is that it is a global sport. The best drivers use the best cars and the best engines from different countries. The races are staged at different tracks around the globe and to these events come the fans who follow with their flags.

Is Formula One racing the most popular sport in the world?

At the turn of the last century Formula One racing was only for the wealthy who used to enjoy spending their money racing on the weekends. It was not until 1950 when the official Formula One World Championship began with the British Grand Prix. In the 1960s, sponsorship deals promoted media and public awareness of the sport. In the 1980s popularity of the sport skyrocketed thanks to world wide television coverage.

Formula One Racing has the largest television viewing audience in the world. Today TV viewing is measured in billions and as a sporting event, rates in popularity on par with the Olympics and the Soccer World Cup. Naturally such attention attracts corporate sponsorship which pays for the advances in technology which goes hand-in-hand with Formula One Racing.

With the immense growth in popularity and insane amount of money thrown at the sport, there is no wonder countries from all around the world have put their hand up to stage the event. It is considered such a status symbol that there are more countries that want to stage the Formula One Grand Prix than there are available dates.

With every successful sport you have your sport superstars and Formula One racing is no exception. Surprisingly, Formula One drivers are highly conditioned athletes. Drivers who will be on the grid for the 2010 season include:

* Jenson Button who was the winner of the 2009 Formula One World Drivers’ Championship.

* Michael Schumacher who is seven-time champion and holds the record for the most championships.

* Lewis Hamilton who won the 2008 Formula One World Drivers’ Championship.

* Fernando Alonso who won the Formula One World Drivers’ Championship in 2005 and 2006.

Without the drivers there would be no racing and the drivers are the center of attention for almost everyone in Formula One. However, behind every good driver is a very good team and this is very much a team sport. The job of the team is to make sure that the driver has the best machinery running as well as it possibly can.

The leader of the team is known as the team boss or team principal and he is responsible for the running of the whole show. His aim is to recruit the best staff, use the latest state of the art computer technology, build the best car and then find a way to pay for it all. Nowadays the team bosses must be as good at attracting sponsorship as they at preparing racing cars. Some teams worth mentioning are:

* Ferrari – based in the Italy, first season in 1950, team boss is Stefano Domenicali, has won 16 world championships and their drivers are F Massa and F Alonso.

* Williams – based in the UK, first season in 1975, team boss is Frank Williams, won 9 world championships and their drivers are R Barrichello and N Hulkenberg.

* McLaren – based in the UK, first season in 1966, team boss is Martin Whitmarsh, has won 8 world championships and their drivers are J Button and L Hamilton.

Let us not forget the top men of the sport of Formula One racing.

* Bernie Ecclestone is the Formula One commercial rights holder who many say is responsible for the success of Formula One racing today.

* Jean Todt who was recently elected President of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), motor racing’s governing body which looks after regulating Formula One and other international motor sports. He takes over from Max Mosley.

The Formula One car is the ultimate single-seat, open-wheel racing car. The characteristics of a Formula One racing car gives it a completely different appearance to any other racing car. It is the ultimate machine with the technology, materials and design ideas which focus on speed rather than comfort. You can only imagine the rigorous testing these cars go through. Some of the the unique elements of the Formula One racing car include:

* Open wheels. The wheels are not covered like your regular car.

* Central cockpit with room for only one driver.

* Super-light high-tech materials such as carbon fiber are used.

* Aerodynamic wings which are designed to push the car down onto the ground.

There are 19 racing events on the calender for 2010 commencing in March at Bahrain and finishing up in November in Abu Dhabi. The design of the Formula One has been transformed over the years. Each track has a unique layout with their own challenges.

I have only scratched the surface here. Formula One racing is without a doubt one of the most, if not the most exciting and interesting sports out there. It will give you hours of pleasure if you just take some time to learn a little bit about it. It is run on the weekends and thanks to Mr. Ecclestone, you should not have a problem finding a television channel to enjoy the spectacle in the comfort of your own home.

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Championship BBQ Ingredients – Rubs and Mop Sauce

If you ask the BBQ experts rubs and mop sauces are key to every Championship BBQ team. They have distinct purposes in the smoking process to make the meat taste moist and delicious.

– Rub that meat

The bbq rub is a must have ingredient for the bbq or smoking process. There are two key concepts to keep in mind when creating you own rub. The proportion of salt should be great enough to trigger osmosis and begin to draw the moisture from the surface of the meat, and the amount of sugar should not be excessive because it will caramelize and burn during smoking and leave the meat with a bitter taste. Dry rubs are used to coat the meat and adds a flavorful crust to the meat.

Below are rub bases that you can create a variation of to create your own dry rub.

InsaneChicken's BBQ Rub

  • 3 tablespoons salt
  • 2 tablespoons crushed red pepper
  • 1/2 tablespoon dry rosemary
  • 1 tablespoon chopped garlic
  • 2 tablespoons cayenne pepper
  • 2 tablespoons paprika
  • 1 tablespoon dry sage
    In a large bowl, mix salt. crushed red pepper, dry rosemary, chopped garlic, cayenne pepper, dry sage and paprikaTexas BBQ Rub
  • 1 bottle seasoning salt (16 ounce)
  • 1/4 cup paprika
  • 2/3 cup chili powder
  • 3/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 2 teaspoons ground dry mustard
  • 1 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1 teaspoon dry mesquite flavored seasoning mix
  • 2 tablespoons garlic salt
  • 1 tablespoon black pepper
  • 1 cup packed brown sugar
    In a large bowl, mix seasoning salt, ginger, nutmeg, dry mustard, cloves, paprika, chili powder, dry mesquite flavored seasoning mix, garlic salt, black pepper and brown sugar.

    – Mop that Sauce

    Mop sauce is often referred to as a baking sauce, are vinegar or other based liquids that are applied to meats during the slow cooking process of traditional bbq, to ​​keep the meats moist and add flavor. Mop sauce gets it's name from the tool that looks like a small kitchen mop used to apply the sauce. Most competitive bbq teams swear by their mops almost as much as they do their dry rubs.

    Mop sauce protect the moisture level of your meat, mops will usually contain a vinegar or other liquid to replace some of the fat that is lost during the cooking process. It is all about maintaining moisture as well as adding great flavor.

    Below are sauce bases that you can use to develop your own mop sauce.

    Texas Mop Sauce

  • 2 cans (12 ounces) light beer
  • 6 ounces yellow mustard
  • 8 ounces Worcestershire sauce
  • 12 ounces hickory flavored barbecue sauce
  • 4 ounces honey
  • 4 ounces wine vinegar
  • 1 white onion chopped
  • 2 lemons, sliced
  • Pinch hot chile flakes
    Combine all the above ingredients in a pan and cook at medium heat for 30 minutes. Mop sauce on meat every few minutes during cooking.Georgian Style Mop Sauce
  • 1 1/2 cups beer or water
  • 1/4 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 yellow onion, minced
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 cups tomato puree
  • 1/4 cup ketchup
  • 1/4 cup cider vinegar
  • 1/4 cup orange juice
  • 1/4 cup firmly packed dark brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
  • 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
  • salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste

    Warm oil in a saucepan over medium heat, add garlic and onion and saute for about 5 minutes. Stir in tomato sauce, vinegar, mustard, orange juice, ketchup, brown sugar, Worcestershire, salt and pepper. Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low, and cook until thick it should take about 15 minutes.

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