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Strictly Come Dancing 2013 - Quarter Finals, Tenth Elimination
by garlicsauce on 07 Dec at 20:47
Strictly Come Dancing 2013 - Quarter Finals, Tenth Elimination 1st Blog - Partnerships and Initial Thoughts - Read It Here! First Dances, Second Impressions Blog - Read It Here! Second Dances, First Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Love Week, Second Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Third Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Fourth Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Halloween Fifth Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Sixth Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Blackpool Seventh Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Eighth Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Ninth Elimination Blog - Read it Here! Joy of Joys, Brucies off and Claudia is back as we are down to the last six now at this quarter final stage. Some couples have a lot to prove this week after a mediocre Musical Week. Will it rain tens again this week or will they be brought back down to..
Betting preview and analysis for this weekend’s Premier League games: Weekend 7th-9th December
by TheWeem on 06 Dec at 21:10
1) Missing Invisible man making visible change Michael Carrick is often largely ignored for his performances in the middle of machester United’s midfield but without him in the team united look short on options, and the man often dubbed the “invisible man” by United fans has left a big hole in the United midfield. Without Carrick in the team have drawn at Cardiff, drawn at Tottenham and lost at home to Everton, something which can not be purely coincidental. Since Carrick has been missing there has been three different midfield partnerships for United: Giggs+Fellaini, Cleverley + Jones and Cleverley+Fellaini, so it appears that David Moyes probably doesn’t know his best midfield combination, and it will be interesting to see what side he selects for this weekend’s game at Old Trafford. United haven’t looked the dominant force of old this season, and..
Interesting Jockey & Trainer Stats For The Jumps Part 2
by The Executioner on 05 Dec at 17:33
Further to my previous piece on certain jockey and trainer statistics I have delved deeper in to some other incidents which will hopefully be of benefit to members and produce profitable days in the future. They make interesting reading and these combinations should not be dismissed lightly when they occur. I’m not somebody that totally relies on statistics to back up my punting ; I’ve always considered myself a value seeker with a strong leaning towards form. Value is everything and I can’t stress enough that if you like the chance of a particular selection and the price is considered too low then simply leave it alone ; in the long run that approach should serve you well. I do however like it when the stats back up my opinion and I’ve come across a few profitable situations recently when assessing..
NBA Review - November
by botev1921 on 01 Dec at 14:49
When betting on the NBA one must always know the developments well and if possible monitor as many news articles as possible, especially those involving injuries, team chemistry, trade rumors and overall team dynamics. Since this is a sport where something new is happening every day if not every hour, in my monthly reviews I will try to provide a short summary of how the season progresses and what are the best potential bets at the time. I will single out the most important moments from the previous month and try to come up with predictions on how the following month will pan out, who could potentially struggle and who could end up surprising the specialists. The good, the better and the best In November we had two pretty great stories to supplement the familiar faces on top of the league. The..
If you like NFL and Football you'll love this - probably!!
by drobgod on 04 Dec at 15:14
Okay let's not take this too seriously, but over the last six weeks or so I've been dabbling with the NFL on a weekend. This new found love for American Football coincided with my wife watching Downton Abbey and Paradise on a Sunday evening and me struggling to remain in the same room with such drivel on in the background. Off I skipped to the bedroom, where I also have Sky Sports installed for such traumatic times as stated above, and tuned in to find around six hours of American Football being streamed live. Now as boring as those period dramas mentioned above are, even I knew I'd have to have a little flutter on the NFL matches to get me through the night and it's because of this I've stumbled across my crazy system. When looking at the NFL..
Come Racing " Why Bother '' ?
by The Executioner on 01 Dec at 22:20
It wasn’t that long ago that a certain over the top former Ch4 betting personality screamed COME RACING PUNTERS HAVE NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD ; well that comment seems completely inappropriate to me these days. A day at the races can be a really enjoyable time for many of us ; not only can we follow the sport that we love but it’s a nice place to catch up with friends that we haven’t seen for a while ; have a drink possibly and with some luck may be back a winner or two. It all sounds great but from a financial point of view is it actually worth it ? A lot would depend on how close you live to the track as travelling costs can add up to a sizable part of the day’s..
Northwestern Mutual World Challenge Golf Preview 2013
by The rabbit on 03 Dec at 11:05
Graeme McDowell will be defending his title when Tiger Woods hosts the Northwestern Mutual World Challenge ( previously known as the Chevron World Challenge ) this week. It is played at the Sherwood country club, Thousand Oaks in California and only eighteen players compete in it and the tournament is a benefit for the Tiger Woods Foundation. It is an unofficial event and counts only towards the world rankings and not to the PGA tour money list or the FedExCup points. The past ten champions of this tournament with their final scores are - 2012 Graeme McDowell - 17 2011 Tiger Woods - 10 2010 Graeme McDowell - 16 2009 Jim Furyk - 13 2008 Vijay Singh - 11 2007 Tiger Woods - 22 2006 Tiger Woods - 16 2005 Luke Donald - 16 2004 Tiger Woods - 16 The Course The course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and is a..
MOST POPULARby mercer
03 Dec 09:40
Midweek Live Premier League Matches (Booking's Stats)
LIVE PREMIER LEAGUE MATCHES (BOOKINGS & STATS) Two live Premier League matches on show for us to watch over the next few days & both look close games, so expect a battle & cards to be shown. I have kept all...
MOST DISCUSSEDby drobgod
03 Dec 09:57
Can Twitter help our betting in the specials markets?
I have no idea whether the amount of Twitter followers a celebrity has could be a useful guide for us when betting on programmes such as I'm A Celebrity, X-Factor and Strictly Come Dancing, but after having two winning bets...