OLBG continue the International Expansion with sites now specifically made for Australia, Ireland, Romania and Spain up and running. Italy is close to completion. If you are based in these countries you can find more local specific sports and league to tip on in the tipping competitions with prizes of course. You can also leave tip comments in your native language.
There are forums too where you can chat and discuss your best bets in your local language. If you are based in any of these countries do get involved. I shouldn’t say this, but the cash prizes will never be so easy to win as there are currently only a few players - See you there!
Thanks to all members who have added quality and helpful comments in all the OLBG Tipping Competitions.OLBG was originally set up for members to work together to beat the bookies and your comments help desktop readers and OLBG App users further this overall aim.
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Pompey Jim updates members each day on what is happening in the £1000 Euro 2016 Tipping Competition.
There is still a long way to go but he highlighted these two winning value bets in recent days.
Wales v England - Wales - England (Half Time / Full Time) 50 Win @ 28/1 Win 1,400:
"Wales have a lot of belief and Gareth Bale of course that may buy them a goal in the first half, once England warm into the game I think they will dominate creative aspects and England will win it"
Ukraine v Northern Ireland Gareth McAuley (First Goalscorer) 50 Win @ 35/1 Win 1,750
"The only way I can see Northern Ireland scoring in this game is by set piece, with lots of big defenders on the field that is their strength and they will be disappointed with their efforts on that front in the last match.Mcauley has been a threat with WBA from set pieces all season and has 7 goals for his country."
The top tip is by Evgenios83 and the bottom selection by Jinnylou66, well done to both of them.
If you are backing a few players in the Golf on different markets can members make sure that their comments focus on that particular market. These markets can offer value but readers want to know why they should be backed in that specific market. Any comments on Golf that do not hit the required standard on different markets will not count towards prizes. Good luck to all in the US Open.
Some brilliant tips and comments by members on the Derby and during Royal Ascot, the tips including these two beautys by tipsters sixthformer and ulundi
5:00 Royal Ascot Portage (Daily Racing) 300 Win @ 11/1 Win 3,300
"Librisa Breeze, Balty Boys, Donncha, Portage and Mitchum Swagger have come in for plenty of market support on Betfair. Convey ran a blinder last time out and was a strong ante-post hope but soft ground is not ideal. 33 is a nice draw though. Portage looked a bit lazy if anything when winning last time. He's a big horse who has form on soft ground and looks to have a good chance drawn 4 and off a mark of 105 with James Doyle in the saddle. Librisa Breeze has shown a smart turn of foot on her last two runs. He's not a good looking sort but has been ahead of the handicapper so far. Portage is taken to win this pretty tight 10/1 the field handicap."
4:30 Epsom Downs Harzand (Daily Racing) 50 Win @ 11/1 Win 550
"A Derby that judging by events yesterday will be won by stamina and ability to act on soft ground. This brings into the equation horses like Algometer and even Red Verdon who previously looked like they might have been lacking the necessary class but who could come to the fore in an attritional battle. It is also going to suit Dermot Welds Harzand who has also been somewhat under the radar probably due to the fact that he was not declared a certain runner until earlier in the week. Guaranteed to stay, his form in the Ballysax compares with the best of these. Any further rain would be a positive and with his stable in good form I think he is sure to run well."
The two winners of the 1st One A Day Competition
on the forum this month were ejanbow and Gman84, they win the OLBG free cash.
Have you voted in the daily Horse Racing Poll
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Please join in with all the Horse Racing Discussion,
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Who wins the £500 Royal Ascot Competition? The leaderboard
is as follows with 2 days to go
2. Borough hill lad
However a big win and all that could change.
Thanks to all members who asked a question on the Ask The Bookmaker
thread. Drobgod will getting the answers from the Bookies Reps in the next few weeks.
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Betfairalfie is a keen tennis tipster and has been having his say and posting his opinions on the Tennis Forum.
With Wimbledon fast approaching can you add some helpful tennis insight? There are forum cash awards on offer for those members who join in the discussion with quality comments.
Have a great betting week and remember Lets Beat The Bookies!!