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  • Flat Jockeys Championship Betting and Statistics

    nors on 28 Sep at 13:39

    Currently in the fight for the jockeys title the two participants have very similar 2016 strike rates. Jim Crowley 19%. Silvestre De Sousa 18%. Crowley is 2/7 with Bet 365 and De Souza is 7/2 with 888. The Jockeys Title race will finish on Saturday 15th October. So lets see if we can find horse racing tips by checking the % strike rate from specific trainers during 2016. Jim Crowley Strike rate in 2016 Conrad Allen 100% Kristin Stubbs 100% Charlie Appleby 100% Charlie Fellowes 100% David Pipe 100% George Margarson 100% K R Burke 100% Peter Chapple-Hyam 100% Shaun Lycett 100% David Brown 50% Chris Gordon 50% David Arbuthnot 50% Mick Quinn 50% Owen Burrows 50% Paul Henderson 50% Roger Varian 50% Ralph Beckett 42% Eve Johnson Houghton 40% Sir Michael Stoute 38% Paul Cole 35% Conor Dore 33% David Menuisier 33% George Baker 33% Jim Best 33% Martyn Meade 33% Michael Wigham 33% Hugo Palmer 33% Ed de Giles 26% Lucy Wadham 25% Rae Guest 25% Mike Murphy 25% Laura Mongan 23% John Ryan 22% Malcolm…

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  • OLBG Community Round Up - Friday 23rd September

    OLBG NEWS on 23 Sep at 15:31

    What Do You Not Understand About Betting? was the question posed, we expect there has always been something that you didn't quite get, or couldn't quite fathom out. This OLBG forum thread give you the opportunity to ask your betting question. Previously we asked OLBG members What is your most common betting mistake? and we have now turned that thread into an OLBG reference blog, called 9 Sports Betting Mistakes That Will Kill Your Profits. If your mates need some betting advice just send them the link to this blog. Football Tipping Last week of the tipping month and the 1x2 Premier League competition. Before this weekend's games the following members are heading the table. IamRichT Salato The Wolf Jiri777 haberdash This competition has a monthly Prize structure of £200x1,£100x1,£50x1,£10x15 so its well worth winning. Did you know that each week fans of specific Premier League teams…

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  • Everton V Crystal Palace - A Red 'n' Blue View - Premier League - Stats and Preview

    Ralfie1982 on 25 Sep at 22:04

    Everton V Crystal Palace Hi everyone and welcome to my blog, here I will give you a bit of an overview of the match, some stats that might prove a bit useful when the two teams meet, some team news and so on. If there is anything you'd like to see in the blog that is not here, please leave me a comment and I will try to include it below. If you like what I do blog about why not check out my others for the football, golf and F1 here There is plenty of discussions on all of these topic over on the OLBG Forum pages (where you can win cash prizes so head over to the Forum for your chance to have a say. If you want to see all the different sporting tips on the OLBG site (and…

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  • Strictly Come Dancing 2016 Series 14 #SCD #Strictly Week1

    garlicsauce on 24 Sep at 22:37

    Strictly Come Dancing 2016 - Series 14 #SCD #Strictly Week 1 Launch Show and Pairings - Read It Here! THIS IS A NO SPOILER BLOG AND THE ELIMINATION RESULTS WILL ONLY BE UPDATED AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED IN THE RESULTS SHOW NO PUBLIC VOTE FOR WEEK 1 - JUDGES SCORES ARE CARRIED FORWARD TO WEEK 2 Anastacia & Brendan Dance - Cha Cha to 'Lady Marmalade' by Christina Aguilera, Mya, Lil' Kim and Pink Anastacia looked supremely confident at the start, but things didn’t quite go to plan. There was a huge wobble off one of the spins and a few more errors littered the routine which was a shame. It was really sexy and she attacked the dance with gusto. The Judges were impressed, but she may need to reel it in a bit and not get overconfident so early. It…

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  • Premiership title contenders or pretenders - Chelsea

    botev1921 on 23 Sep at 18:28

    We are more than a month into the new Premiership season now and 5-6 rounds are usually more than enough to evaluate teams in terms of what they have done over the summer and will they manage to achieve the goals set by their managers. There are clear divisions between who will be contending for the title, Champions league places or the Europa league and who is likely going to struggle. I often look at the top teams and try to judge how much they can improve compared to the previous year, based mostly on their transfers and how new players are supposed to solve certain problems, exposed before. In this blog of mine I will check out Chelsea and what they have been showing in the early rounds, how the new players are doing and what is likely to…

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  • Malaysian Grand Prix - Formula 1

    Ralfie1982 on 23 Sep at 11:48

    Malaysian Grand Prix So we make the short hop from Singapore to Malaysia, hello by the way! You all good? Ready for another hot race? Yes? I cant hear you… Thats better! Right lets see what is what at the Sepang Circuit. Before we do though - a small confession, I didn't see the Singapore race, but from what I read it was interesting behind Nico but he cruised home without too much issue after Lewis’ issues in P2 on the Friday. If you like what I do blog about why not check out my others for the football, golf and F1 here There is plenty of discussions on all of these topic over on the OLBG Forum pages (where you can win cash prizes so head over to the Forum for your chance to have a say. If you want to see…

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  • What is Arbitrage Betting and can I profit?

    davidg3907 on 23 Sep at 18:52

    What is Arbitrage Betting and can I profit? The (very) short answer to the second part is of course, yes. Simplistic as it may sound, this is because Arbitrage betting (arbing) is not actually betting (gambling) at all, because there is no risk involved once the bets are placed. If done proficiently, a profit is guaranteed at the moment you place the bets. How can that be, you ask? The easiest way to explain this is to show the difference between trading and arbing. Look at it this way. If you buy something for £10 and keep it for a while before trying to sell it for a profit, you are trading. When subsequently selling the item for £11 you have made a profit. However, the value of the item may drop after you purchased it, and when you eventually sell it for £9…

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