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  • The NFL Underdog Blog - Week Four

    Jim Brown on 28 Sep at 15:21

    Last Week Denver, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Buffalo all hit the mark as underdogs for the blog, giving us a 100% week and an 87.5% strike-rate after two weeks. Certainly can't complain about that! Performance on the season: 6 wins from 7 picks: 88% strike-rate Profit/Loss: +9.85 pts This week The blog is going up a little earlier because the MIAMI DOLPHINS come to the fore as a pick for the Thursday Night Football match this week. The blog will be updated later to include the Sunday/Monday games MIAMI DOLPHINS 3/1 on the road to the Cincinnati Bengals - Sunday One of the factors I look at when assessing games is whether a team is having a second home or road game in succession. I see a second home game as an added advantage, and a second game on the road as a disadvantage. The Bengals here are…

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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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  • 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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  • 6 Tennis Tips To Make You More Money

    undertherobe on 27 Sep at 22:01

    The idea of OLBG is to work together to beat the bookies and there’s no better way to work together than to share advice through the OLBG forum. This blog focuses on tennis and back in March, Community Manager nors posed the challenge to those members who bet on tennis to post their best piece of advice to help their fellow members and bettors with their Tennis Tips. You can check out the forum thread here. Tennis is a huge sport worldwide and betting opportunities are almost limitless. From the biggest events in the World through to the minor Futures events, match betting, set betting and point by point betting are available almost 24/7 making for plenty of chances to profit. COLLECT DATA In today’s internet age, there’s a plethora of sites available where you can collect information that…

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  • Betfair Exchange and Sportsbook - The Difference.

    davidg3907 on 27 Sep at 00:04

    Betfair Exchange and Sportsbook - The Difference. The simplest analogy is to say that the Betfair Sportsbook is the equivalent of a traditional bookmaker, and the Betfair Exchange is similar to a couple of friends having a bet between themselves on the outcome of a race, a match, or whatever. Everyone is likely to be familiar with how a bookmaker operates, so I shall just endeavour to outline the concept of an Exchange. Betfair - the original concept. Prior to 1999, punters had the choice between bookmakers and the Tote as far as racing was concerned. Betting on football was limited to bookmakers, football pools, and fixed odds coupons. When formed in that year, Betfair brought a new dimension to punters; they could literally bet against each other instead of pitting their wits against a bookmaker. As millions of punters could…

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  • The Betfred Cesarewitch Handicap 2016 : Preview with antepost and race day tips

    The Market Man on 22 Sep at 17:37

    The Betfred Cesarewitch Handicap 2016 : Preview with antepost and race day tips The Cesarewitch is one of the top staying handicaps of the flat season and with the Ebor, the Northumberland Plate and the Ascot Stakes, it offers flat trainers an opportunity to send their horses over distances normally associated with their National Hunt colleagues, so it should be of no surprise that trainers from that code have often tasted success in this prestigious Newmarket handicap. Also, coming two weeks after The Betfred Cambridgeshire, it forms the second leg of the Autumn Double. Some facts and figures to consider Two 9/2 favourites, two 50/1 shots and two 66/1 shocks. That's just in the last decade. National Hunt trainers have won the race 5 times during that period, with many other places being filled by horses residing at stables with runners…

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  • Swansea v Liverpool betting tips - Bookies underestimating the Swans

    ibfm23 on 29 Sep at 05:49

    Thrashing Hull 5-1 came to no surprise but addressed concerns about Liverpool’s ability to beat the weaker sides. The Reds next travel to Swansea with the Swans in all sorts of trouble after picking up 4 points in 6 matches. They haven’t won since the season opener and Guidolin is reportedly facing the sack, with Giggs hot favourite to replace him. That said further scrutiny of the Welsh’s side early season matches points towards a difficult Saturday afternoon for Liverpool. During the last 4 gameweeks they traveled to Leicester and Southampton and hosted Chelsea and Manchester City, struggling on the road losing both matches without posing any real threats but going neck to neck with stronger opposition on home turf in line with their historical home Premier League record. In fact Swansea have lost 5 or less home matches in…

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