Rugby World Cup 2015 Competiton with £500 in Prizes!

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Rugby World Cup 2015 Competiton with £500 in Prizes!

Postby TeddyT » Wed Aug 19, 2015 12:35 pm

The Rugby World Cup will be starting soon and OLBG will be running a massive £500 tipster competition on the event.

Sixteen different stadiums will be used throughout England during the mammoth event which will be running for just over eight weeks. The full dates for the Rugby World Cup are from Friday 18th September until 31st October 2015.

There will be 18 cash prizes up for grabs totalling £500 with the breakdown of prizes as follows:


The winners will have the money paid into their OLBG real money account and can withdraw the money via Paypal or Moneybookers.

Please take your time to understand the entry terms below + ask any questions if you aren't sure.

You do not have to enter this separately. If you are a member of OLBG then you just need to add tips (with comments) on the Rugby World Cup through the usual tipping competition.

This means Level Stakes Profit. So it doesn't matter if you select a stake of 50 or 500 for these tips. If you place a win tip on a 5/1 winner, you will then have a LSP of + 5 points. If you then have 3 losing win tips, your level stakes profit will be down to + 2 points.

LSP>0, tips>15
The little arrows mean greater than. So you must place more than 15 qualifying tips. So that’s 16 or more!

Markets Available
All of the markets available to tip on for the Rugby World Cup will count towards this competition. No tips on World Cup warm up-games will be counted nor any other rugby based tip.

Tipping Table
The tipping table will be updated the following day as each market is settled.

Tipping Comments
Winning tips without tip comments are excluded (all losing tips are included). You must add good quality comments as to why you are tipping each player with sound reasoning for your selection.

Poor comments, or short comments on winning tips won’t count. We just need a few good reasons as to why you are choosing the selection. 30 + words should be long enough.

Also no copy and pasting of comments - you will need different comments for each tip! If the comments are not deemed of a good enough standard then those comments will be voided and the tipster will not win a prize.

Comments will be checked and verified when the Rugby World Cup has finished. If tipsters can make sure that their comments adhere to the rules, are clear, and written and punctuated well. Lots of visitors are now following your advice, so let’s show them the quality on offer.


- Facts And Stats Relevant To Match Outcome

- Rugby News

- Value Odds

- Pitch Conditions

- Player Form and News

- Team Selection

- Style Of Play And Match Analysis

- Reasons For Your Conclusions

How To Add A Rugby World Cup Tip And Comment:

>Click on ‘Rugby Union’

> Select the World Cup event from the dropdown that you want to tip on

> Make Your Selection

> Add Your Comment (Minimum of 20 words of reasoned and helpful text, that help the reader.) Click here for the comment guidelines.

> Stake Virtual Amount 50 -500 (For this competition the stake amount is not important - but please make sure you have enough virtual funds for future tips.)

> Bet Type

> Odds (Take the price on offer)

> Confirm Tip

> Confirm

To check your tips have registered visit your current tips page.

If members know any rugby fans who could be interested in the competition please invite them via twitter, facebook, e mail.
These event competitions are proving popular and lots of new members are picking up regular extra cash, we hope the Rugby World Cup will be just as popular - good luck to all.
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Postby Micko70 » Wed Aug 19, 2015 12:49 pm

That's great news

I do love a good World Cup, regardless of the sport

All decent kick off times too with it being held in England & Wales (A few games at the Millenium Stadium)

I have written a blog on this event, with my predictions for each group and naming the finalists, can be read by clicking HERE

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Postby nors » Tue Sep 22, 2015 3:12 pm

First RWC table is up.

Thought this tip comment by tadley summed up the quandary on whether Japan will do as well in game 2.

"A very tricky match to call; which must have had the bookies scratching their heads at where to put the handicap line. Are Japan really that good or was the performance against South Africa a flash in the pan. I don’t think there was anything fluky about the South Africa result; Japan earned the win and have to be taken seriously in the group. Scotland are also a tricky team to get a handle on. They had an awful six nations but appear to have improved significantly since then. The emphatic 47-7 victory against Italy and a narrow defeat against France suggest they are much better than the Six Nations results would suggest. In short I believe they are a much better side than the outright odds of 200/1 odds. But trying to pick the handicap mark on two unpredictable teams will be fiendishly hard so I will play safe and going for the Scotland double result."

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Postby nors » Wed Sep 23, 2015 2:38 pm

Some excellent tip comments on RWC from the following members in the OLBG tipping competition.

Difficult to know how Romania will perform in this one, their first game of the tournament. Whilst they will be encouraged by some of the other minnow performances, it's big occasion for them in a big stadium, and likely to be a lot of French support in the stadium, as we saw in their first game. I was tempted by the handicap, but the unknown for me is their fitness, and their fight if the game starts getting away from them. They have a good scrum though, and there are many French players getting their first game. So, the safest play appears to be on Romania keeping it tight early on, and France pulling away in the second half.

The final match of the day we see France, quoted by many rugby enthusiasts as the greatest team never to have won the World Cup , take on Romania who remarkably have competed at every World Cup since 1987 yet have never advanced past the 'pool games ', France have made it to the semi finals and better on each occasion bar one and have been three time finalists , one record they own is the fact of them being the only team to have knocked the mighty All Blacks out before the finals and have done so twice , their opening game against Italy was a little untidy which was expected to some degree but were always in control , excellent to see the brilliant Wesley Fofana take his place in the French backline which should lead to some excellent running rugby , France are too strong in just about every facet of the game here for 'the Oak's ' and a fairly wide margin is on the cards , however a wager of under 57.5 points for the game looks a worthwhile wager

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Postby PompeyJim » Wed Sep 30, 2015 11:39 am

There's still plenty to play for keep those tips coming in !!

The runaway leaders are still some way short of fulfilling the minimum tip criteria to qualify for a prize.

England or Australia the weekend ??? ......

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