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    Momota gambles with his Rio Olympic

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    Japanese badminton superstar Kento Momota and teammate Kenichi Tago have admitted that they gambled at an illegal casino in Japan with other teammates, their team Nippon Telegraph and Telephone East Corp. said Thursday.

    Momota, 21, who has booked a spot at this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics, and Tago, 26, who suffered a first-round exit in the London Olympics in 2012, visited a casino in Tokyo’s Kinshicho area, which was raided by police in April and May last year, according to investigative sources.

    The establishment for playing baccarat was closed after the investigation, and six people, including the casino’s operator and a senior crime syndicate member, were arrested last year on suspicion of opening a casino for customers to gamble. Casino gambling is illegal in Japan.

    Nippon Badminton Association secretary general Kinji Zeniya said that if the allegations are confirmed, it would “probably be impossible” for Momota to compete at the Rio Olympics.

    The two arrived at Narita airport Thursday morning after taking part in an international tournament in Malaysia. They did not answer questions from the press.

    The casino in question raised around 100 million (around $915,000) in three months from February 2015, and the police suspect the money was a funding source for the Sumiyoshi-kai crime syndicate.

    The casino’s operator and others related to the members-only facility were later convicted. About 380 customers were registered as members.

    Momota, who ranks fourth in the world, became the first Japanese man to take bronze in a world badminton championships singles competition in Jakarta last August.

    He also captured the men’s singles title at the BWF Super Series Masters Final held in Dubai last December, becoming the first Japanese singles winner in the tournament’s history.

    Tago became Japan’s first six-time national champion in 2013.

    In Japan, people who breach the Penal Code on gambling are fined up to 500,000. Frequent gamblers can be given up to three years in prison and those found to have opened a gambling venue and earned money can be slapped with jail terms ranging from three months to five years.

    Publicly operated gambling in Japan, such as horse racing and “keirin” bicycle race, is not illegal.
    Leaving a racket unused for more than 3 days, is a crime against Badminton

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    I highly doubt Japanese government would not let Kento to participate in Olympic Rio. Kento is the only Jap player whom might have a chance to bring home MS Gold Medal, and it would be extremely stupid if Jap government, in order to keep their law, forbid Kento for an opportunity for Japanese to get the gold medal home...for the first time in history of Japanese.

    Afterall, the rule is made to be broken. But Olympic Gold Medal in Men Single?? well.... good luck with that trying to get them. Jpn WD & WS are also have better chance of gold medal. XD & MD, not that much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yonexfar-east View Post
    . . . and it would be extremely stupid if Jap government, in order to keep their law, . . .
    Each country has its own legal basis as well as Japan. The Japanese culture strict to the law. if momota would probably be impossible to compete the Rio de Janeiro olympic due to the legal problems in his country, just we should respect it

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    Medali emas olimpic bisa diraih kapanpun, tp nama baik negara yg mengijinkan napi ikut kompetisi int jelas akan diingat sepanjang masa. Ini bisa dijadikan contoh untuk semua atlit
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    I pray for Indonesian player that non of them would be admitted due to Togel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made KS View Post
    Medali emas olimpic bisa diraih kapanpun, tp nama baik negara yg mengijinkan napi ikut kompetisi int jelas akan diingat sepanjang masa. Ini bisa dijadikan contoh untuk semua atlit
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    Emang

    saya ndak bahas eks napinya hu, toh ndK ada larangan eks napi berprestasi, ini kasus kan diluar bulutangkis. Kalo kasus momota, misal aja kena hukuman min 3bln, susah jg ngejar point ke rio, kalopun lolos 3bulan tanpa bertanding scr kompetitif akan berat bg seorang atlit
    Apalagi kalo statusnya masih napi pd saat Olympic, mustahil ia brangkat

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    Ini kasus bukan kemauan negara Jepang. Asosiasinya udah tahu kalau Tago dari dulu sering judi.
    Masalah muncul saat Vittingus di dekati oleh "makelar" dan dia langsung buka suara (lagian pemain kelas di dunia di tawarinnya cuman segitu ).
    Secara petinggi BWF senegara dengan Vitingus, maka proses pelaporan cepat, mudah dan langsung menuju sasaran. Jadi BWF mulai melakukan proses pemeriksaan apakah ada pemain2 lain yg kemungkinan "bermain" di luar lapangan.

    Eh ternyata, ternyata, ada sas sus yang nyampe ke BWF bahwa pemain Jepang kena hukuman disiplin karena judi. Proses penelusuran makin digencarkan dan mencuatlah nama Momota, karena dia adalah juara dunia junior dan calon kuat juara olimpiade. Maka asosiasi Jepang dengan cepat bertindak dan mengambil alih kasus ini.

    Tapi tenang mastah. Asosiasi Jepang sepenuhnya ada di pihak pemain. Momota pasti akan dibela habis habisan. Sementara akan ada tumbal yang harus dikorban kan. Tumbal pertama sudah jatuh, namanya "Jepang". Asosiasi Jepang bertindak sebagai tameng buat pemainnya, mencegah BWF mengambil alih kasus dan berusaha keras supaya BWF tidak ikut campur dengan dalih, ini juridiksi negara Jepang, tidak ada sangkut paut dengan tepokbulu.

    Tumbal kedua akan segera jatuh, tentunya bukan Momota. Kasus akan di buat sulit dan panjang, mengulur waktu supaya Rio cepat tiba dan Momota bisa meraih medali. Setelah itu baru Momota akan menjalanin hukuman ringan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made KS View Post
    Emang

    saya ndak bahas eks napinya hu, toh ndK ada larangan eks napi berprestasi, ini kasus kan diluar bulutangkis. Kalo kasus momota, misal aja kena hukuman min 3bln, susah jg ngejar point ke rio, kalopun lolos 3bulan tanpa bertanding scr kompetitif akan berat bg seorang atlit
    Apalagi kalo statusnya masih napi pd saat Olympic, mustahil ia brangkat
    maaf gan, ane salah paham. maklum, lagi hangover saat login ke tepokbulu mohon maafkan postingan ane yg tadi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yonexfar-east View Post
    I highly doubt Japanese government would not let Kento to participate in Olympic Rio. Kento is the only Jap player whom might have a chance to bring home MS Gold Medal, and it would be extremely stupid if Jap government, in order to keep their law, forbid Kento for an opportunity for Japanese to get the gold medal home...for the first time in history of Japanese.

    Afterall, the rule is made to be broken. But Olympic Gold Medal in Men Single?? well.... good luck with that trying to get them. Jpn WD & WS are also have better chance of gold medal. XD & MD, not that much.
    Japan is a country of principle, and that's their basic foundation, which separates them exactly from countries such as one that lies at the equator.

    Of course, (some) people from that backward country at the equator would suggest that the end result will justify whatever the meaning to get it was, no wonder that country is such a haven for corruptors & becomes one of the world's most corrupt country.

    Like the great governor Mr. Ahok said, "pemahaman nenek lo !".
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    Sayang bgt, padahal momota lagi bagus bagus nya nih

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    Ada foto mesra Momota dengan wanita
    Makin kemana mana deh kasusnya

    http://zasshi.news.yahoo.co.jp/artic...1-shincho-soci
    Last edited by jualkaos2010; 12 Apr 2016 at 12:22.

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    Last edited by CameronSpringer; 04 Jan 2021 at 17:33.

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    Seneng banget ganda putri Indonesia bisa menangin medali emas di Olimpiade Tokyo 2020. Ada yang menang taruhan? Kalo bingung mau bettingnya gimana, liat aja di Victorytoto, gampang.

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