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    Chipmonkadidooda on 20 Oct at 23:53

    WEEK 7 NFL PICKS     (THURSDAY NIGHT GAME) CHICAGO BEARS (1-5) @ GREEN BAY PACKERS (3-2) CURRENT MONEYLINE ODDS: 3.80/1.27 (HANDICAP -7.5 PACKERS) WEBWIDE CONFIDENCE – 93% PACKERS     CONSENSUS: 6-0 PACKERS ***UNANIMOUS PICK***   ARNIEHI:  Neither team has been particularly impressive. I've fancied Chicago a couple of times and they've continued to let me down, but the Packers have real problems in their run game and Rodgers has admitted he's not playing well. I still can't see Green Bay losing this at Lambeau, though. Packers.   CHIPMONKADIDOODA: Question marks over the Packers, but it’s not justified. They’ve just bee beaten by a very good Cowboys team is all. This game will restore them to 4-2 and everyone will wonder what all the worry was about. PACKERS   JIM BROWN: Ordinarily this would be a GB pick without thinking, but the Pack couldn't get past Dallas last week even with Rodgers getting all the…

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  • Horse Racing Breeding and Pedigree Profit Guide - Kings Theatre

    garethp1981 on 23 Oct at 19:16

    Horse racing is often called the “Sport of Kings” due to its association with the aristocracy and this association has had an effect on a lot of the names given to horses. A variety of names such as “Royal”, “Queen” and “Prince” are often used, but by far the most common of these is "King". Kings Theatre is not responsible for all of these but he sired 29 runners1 last year with the word King in their name, so he has certainly played his part. The last blog was an attempt to explain the importance of a racehorse’s sire in indicating to a punter how well that horse is likely to perform in racing. The top ten lists for this season so far as well as the previous four seasons were compared and the conclusion was reached that the same sires…

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  • WGC - HSBC Champions - Golf Preview/Stats & Tips

    Ralfie1982 on 24 Oct at 14:49

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  • Horse Racing Trends - Issue 9 - 25 to 31 October 2016

    Robmull on 24 Oct at 14:39

    The purpose of this blog is to provide trends based information that will hopefully assist readers to identify value and profitable wagers throughout the week. The content of this blog should not be considered as a source of free horse racing tips, however in my opinion, the data can be used to produce a list of potential candidates that can then be assessed further through the use of form study, race and ground conditions, plus any draw/pace bias, etc, to identify likely winners and hopefully profitable bets. Although it is highly unlikely that all of the trends detailed below will prove profitable to follow immediately, many of the statistics should be worth noting for consideration in the future. My intention is to update this blog on a daily basis, with information that will generally relate to the following day’s race meetings,…

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  • OLBG on Tour (Wetherby 29th October)

    Micko70 on 23 Oct at 14:13

    OLBG.com start their Mares Hurdle Series at Wetherby Races on Saturday 29th October, culminating at the Cheltenham Festival. To see the full list of races, courses and dates for all of the Mares Series races, simply click HERE The full order of running for this meeting is as follows 1.35pm - The racingUK.com Novices’ Limited Handicap Chase 2 miles 2.10pm - The Olbg.com Mares’ Hurdle 2 miles 2.45pm - The bet365 Hurdle (Registered as the West Yorkshire Hurdle) 3 miles 3.20pm - The bet365 Charlie Hall Chase 3 miles 3.55pm - The bet365 Novices’ Hurdle 2 miles 4.30pm - The bet365 Novices’ Chase 3 miles 5.05pm - The Racing UK in Glorious HD Handicap Hurdle 2m 3½f I am looking at the history of 3 of these races, the Olbg.com Mares Hurdle (2.10), The bet365 Hurdle (2.45) & The bet365 Charlie Hall Chase (3.20) Olbg.com Mares Hurdle There have been 9 runnings of…

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  • How to Make Money Trading Bookmakers Short Priced Football Favourites

    nors on 20 Oct at 10:05

    When you start looking at a list of matches you can easily see there is a favourite and an outsider. In some matches the favourite is a clear fav and in others the difference between the fav and the outsider is narrow. The draw in many cases will also be a short price. These narrow matches the bookies find hard to separate the teams. The bookmakers set odds based on statistics and which teams they expect bettors to support. As we know bookmakers make a profit on whatever the result by building in an over round, you can read more about this at the OLBG Betting School. So when we see a match where the odds are close we know that the bookies are in a bit of a quandary unsure on which team should be favourite. They have a…

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