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  • Euro 2016 - Name The Finalists Market

    botev1921 on 09 Feb at 20:42

    The coverage of the potential for profits involving the various Euro 2016 markets continues with a combo market, which is considered by many to be one of the most difficult to get right. It is difficult enough to predict a champion at a big tournament, which has just gotten even bigger, but how about trying to figure which team the champion will beat in the final? Name the finalists is intriguing enough from value perspective as the odds start as high as 9/1 and I figure there must be some way to try and create a reasonable enough strategy and determine who those two best teams will be. Once again feel free to comment either here, on facebook or twitter if you feel you can expand the knowledge on this combo market. THE COMPLEX EURO 2016 STRUCTURE Normally at big tournaments there…

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  • WTA players who can win their first title in 2016

    The rabbit on 10 Feb at 18:48

    The start of the 2016 WTA tour began with tournaments in Australia, China and New Zealand and the first Grand Slam was the Australian Open in Melbourne where Angelique Kerber defeated Serena Williams in the final to obtain her first Grand Slam trophy. Most tennis fans are familiar with all the top players who should win again but I find it interesting to try and predict which players will win their maiden WTA title during a season and last year I managed to successfully choose three out of four selections ( Belinda Bencic, Camila Giorgi and Sloane Stephens ). I have selected these four players who I believe to have the ability to gain their first WTA title success in 2016 - Daria Gavrilova Daria has won four titles on the ITF tour including two last year in Australia…

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  • Are eGamers About To Take Over Football?

    LustForLeith on 11 Feb at 21:22

    Are eGamers About To Take Over Football?   When it comes to football, my son is something of a late developer in both playing it and being interested in the sport. This is because A) I’m terrible at the game and I’m worried that I’ll pass it onto him through our genes and B) Because I support Hibs and nothing can prepare you for the disappointment that usual follows following the team.   But he started playing the game through his school after the summer holidays and quite enjoys it. He’s even had the good fortune of going to a Hibs game too!   For Christmas he got his first ever copy of FIFA, the computer game phenomenon, and he’s hooked. It’s actually acting as an educational tool and giving him a crash course in the game and it’s rules. When to dive into a tackle,…

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  • Cheltenham Festival - How To Secure The Best Value Bets

    Robmull on 11 Feb at 13:47

    The purpose of this blog is to provide readers with some guidelines on assessing value wagers during the Cheltenham National Hunt Racing Festival. There are few events in the sporting calendar that offer as many betting opportunities as the Cheltenham Festival which consists of 28 ultra competitive races over 4 days during March each year. During recent years, the Cheltenham Festival has become the dominant fixture of the national hunt season, which is best epitomised by the fact that the major bookmakers clamour to offer ante post odds for likely contenders at the next festival as soon as the most prestigious races are run at the current meeting. Competition between the bookmakers for turnover and profits also reaches a crescendo during the 4 days of the Cheltenham Festival, which results in many of the major firms offering concessions and enhanced…

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  • Betfair Hurdle Trends

    Micko70 on 08 Feb at 19:19

    The Betfair Hurdle is run at Newbury Racecourse in February The race is a handicap and also at Grade 3 level and is run over 2 miles I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race, but have had to go back to 2004 as the race was not run in 2006 & 2009 I have looked at the following trends for the race - Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Season Runs, Season Wins & Grade 5 day decs - 81-652 Cheltenian(14) 10 11-12 Philip Hobbs 153 1184-1 Dicosimo(47) 5 11-9 W P Mullins 150 1519-1 War Sound(280) 7 11-7 Philip Hobbs 148 122P-2 Kalkir(27) 5 11-6 W P Mullins 147 1401/0 Ivan Grozny(27) 6 11-4 W P Mullins 145 2-1927 Petite Parisienne(42) 5 11-3 W P Mullins 144 53-322 Qewy(63) 6 11-3 John Ferguson 144 22-846 Fou Et Sage(21) 5 11-2 Dan Skelton 143 01-250…

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  • The 1.8-2.2 Bookie Trap - Avoiding low value betting

    ibfm23 on 09 Feb at 05:21

    I have always been a big football fan and since I turned 18 i always liked to have a pop at it, never with large stakes involved as I do not have the guts to keep my cool under money pressure, but enough to keep it interesting. That said as time went by I have gotten more and more frustrated at my inability to turn what I believe is my above-average knowledge into a sustainable profit. As an outright geek :) I always kept record of my bets and upon reviewing the results I identified a common denominating factor, what I've come to call, the 1.8-2.2 Bookie Trap. Implied probabilities As most of you know, odds may be translated into implied probabilities through a simple mathematical formula. Nowadays a google search will take you to an automated online implied odds calculator.…

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  • Gameweek 25 Serie A Betting Tips - Juventus v Napoli special coverage

    ibfm23 on 10 Feb at 05:07

    After years of one sided affairs we've finally got an interesting battle for the Serie A title. Juventus started the season losing 4 and drawing 3 in their first 10 matches, a bit like Chelsea if you wish, but as opposed to the Blues, Allegri's side was able to pick up and are now on an impressive 14-match winning streak. Napoli have had a strong team for years but Benitez, as always, toned down expectations and never mounted a series title challenge. The arrival of the relatively unknown Sarri was a breath of fresh air and without any radical changes the side which missed Champions League qualification last year, is now leading the pack. The Parternopei have been consistent throughout and are themselves on an 8-match winning streak. Saturday's clash at the Juventus Stadium won't be decisive but will definitely make a…

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