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#UFC fight night 63, Mendes vs Lamas fight Predicitions
by tattflash on 27 Mar at 14:27
The next instalment of UFC action comes from Fairfax, Virginia, USA on Saturday 4th April,(Sunday 1 am UK time) and sees two former title contenders facing off against each other. Both Chad Mendes and Ricardo Lamas are both the recent victims of Featherweight king Jose Aldo. It is worth remembering with these fight night cards that upsets are often the norm, and this card looks like it may have one or two on it. Chad Mendes vs Ricardo Lamas Mendes (1/4 UK odds,-450 US odds) has only two losses on his record and both against Aldo. His first fight he was actually winning the round before getting sloppy and knocked out with seconds to spare against the Brazilian. He then went on a five fight win streak before his rematch with the champion, this included 4 KO victories thanks to his..
Dutch football - knowing the league, knowing your bets
by botev1921 on 25 Mar at 12:05
I have been watching Dutch club football for as long as I can remember and one of the reasons probably is that I grew up when the Dutch national team was one of the best in Europe in the early 90s and their approach to football with the new modern academies, was always admired by media and specialists alike. I confess that I enjoy Dutch matches more than even English or Spanish ones and as I grew up more aware of different betting markets, I realised enjoyment actually has a lot to do with the entire philosophy of Dutch teams and that philosophy is incredibly helpful to punters looking for easy money. In this short blog I will bring to your attention my observations on that Dutch philosophy and how it translates into stats, which in the end make one..
Shell Houston Open ( PGA Tour ) 2015 preview
by The rabbit on 29 Mar at 15:46
Sergio Garcia is competing in the Shell Houston Open in Texas this week and it is the final PGA tournament before the Masters at Augusta. It takes place at the Golf Club of Houston Tournament course ( previously known as the Redstone Golf Club) which has hosted this event since 2006. It is a full field tournament on the PGA tour and it is part of the FedExCup schedule and the winner will obtain 500 points. The previous winners ( with their winning scores ) since 2006 are - 2014 Matt Jones - 15 2013 D A Points - 16 2012 Hunter Mahan - 16 2011 Phil Mickelson - 20 2010 Anthony Kim - 12 2009 Paul Casey - 11 2008 Johnson Wagner - 16 2007 Adam Scott - 17 2006- Stuart Appleby - 19 The Course The course was designed by Rees Jones and..
Race to the Stanley Cup playoffs - who will take the 8th seed in the East?
by Epic on 26 Mar at 18:55
With just over two weeks to go until the end of the NHL regular season, you can already feel the playoff atmosphere in certain games. Like LA Kings' defenseman Drew Doughty said this week - it's already playoffs for them. A lackluster first half of the season has left the defending Stanley Cup champs scrambling for a playoff berth. And they aren't alone. The Boston Bruins are another big club, which is struggling to make it to the playoffs. This after winning the Presidents Trophy last year for the best regular season record. The Bruins face a big battle to climb back to the Eastern Conference's Top 8. Even with poor form, the Bruins held on to the final playoff spot in the East for quite a while, but this week the Ottawa Senators finally grabbed it to themselves. A month..
Big Decision on Big Sam
by redhammer on 29 Mar at 22:18
Big Decision on Big Sam This summer the manager of West Ham, Sam Allardyce, will be offered a new deal at The Hammers or a thank you for your hard work and a cheerio. His relationship with the fans has never been simple but with plenty against the appointment from the word go and with promotion at the first time of asking (via the play off's, just) many felt it wasn't good enough with the squad and budget he had at his disposal. First year up and it was a safe and sound season with a 10th place finish with some good and some not so good results. As a result the board reward the gaffer with a new 2 year contract and signed Andy Carroll for a record 15 million breaking the 11m for Jarvis that they purchased for Sam..
What did we learn from Malaysia?
by Ralfie1982 on 29 Mar at 21:13
For those of you today who watched the F1 are probably as confused as I was with the way the race panned out, but if we look carefully we can see where it was won and lost and what we can really take from that race, below I have given my overview on the key players from below! Disagree? Tell me why? Ferrari, Well where do i start, the pace shown today was very good HOWEVER that is not how they won the race. The race was won on the PIT WALL, when they realised it was too early to change the tyres on lap 4 when the safety car came out, add to that there were when the race settled down again the Mercedes were 6 cars back having expected Sebastian to follow them into the pits. Take nothing away..
Betting Traps - Social Proof
by garethp1981 on 29 Mar at 22:38
Imagine you have agreed to take part in an experiment; you are sitting in a room and are about to answer what seems like a really easy question. The researcher has shown you one card with a line on it, and then another with three lines of varying lengths, labelled A, B, and C. All you have to do is tell the researcher which line from A, B and C is the same length as the first line. You know the answer, but the one thing that is worrying you is that all seven of the other people who are doing the experiment have given a different answer. What do you do? Do you give the answer that you know to be correct, or do you agree with the other people who have all answered wrongly? Most people when..
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25 Aug 00:20
The Best Horse Racing Betting System Ever. Can it work?
One of the most frequently asked questions about Horse Racing Betting - "Systems, do they work?" There are three types of punters regarding systems and during this piece I will refer to each in passing. Those that use systems, lose with systems...
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26 Mar 20:57
League One & Two Preview - Gameweek 39
It’s crunch time in the Football League and, with the International break suspending the top tiers, there’s no better time for some added interest in Leagues One and Two. Some sides will be missing players to International call-ups but most...