Spread Betting Games

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Spread Betting Games

Postby The Shark » Thu Dec 01, 2005 10:59 am

If you enjoy online gaming, whether poker, blackjack or something a little different, the range of spread betting games on offer from Sporting Index could be just what you’re looking for.

Their unique range of non-download titles includes classics such as:

Texas Hold ‘Em – don’t worry if you’re not getting the hands you want, because you can back yourself to win or lose – a world first in poker!
Pyramids – the latest title, where you control the jackpot Blackjack – beat the dealer or be the dealer? You choose which side of the table to sit… Cricket Roulette – think cricket’s boring? Not when you involve a spin of the wheel!

Plus a choice of others including Soccer Shootout, Dice, Pub Darts, Cannonballs and Cannonballs II!


Sporting Index also has a couple of great offers for all new clients:

Free £100 Cash**

Open a Sporting Index account* and place five sports bets, where each bet could win or lose you £20, and you can claim a free £100 straight into your account. **

First Bet Refund**

That’s not all, Sporting Index will also refund your losses (up to £50) if your first sports bet is a loser.

£20 Texas Hold ‘Em Bonus**

On top of the above, there’s an additional £20 up for grabs:

Place ten or more bets risking at least £5 each on Texas Hold ‘Em before midnight on Saturday 3 December, and Sporting Index will give you £20 cash!**

*Credit and suitability checks, **terms and conditions apply. See site for further details about an account with Sporting Index. Sports spread betting involves a high level of risk and you can lose more than your original stake. It is not suitable for everyone so please ensure that you understand the risks involved and only bet with money you can afford to lose. Sporting Index is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

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Sporting Index Blackjack Promotion

Postby The Shark » Wed Feb 01, 2006 11:18 am

Blackjack is one of the most popular spread betting games on offer from Sporting Index – the game where you can be the dealer or beat the dealer. If you’ve never played this unique version of an old favourite, take advantage of the Blackjack promotion that’s running until Saturday night and £100 cash that Sporting Index are offering to all new clients**:


Place Your Bets

Place 10 or more Blackjack bets by 11pm on Saturday 4th February and Sporting Index will give you £10 cash. To qualify you must risk £5 or more on each bet between 0.00am on 1st February and 11pm on 4th February.**

Free £100 Cash for New Clients**

If you haven’t got a Sporting Index account yet, it’s a good time to take advantage of the £100 cash on offer:

Open a Sporting Index account* and place ten sports bets, (each with the potential to win and lose £20), and you can claim a free £100 straight into your account**.

*Credit and suitability checks, **terms and conditions apply. See site for further details about an account with Sporting Index. Sports spread betting involves a high level of risk and you can lose more than your original stake. It is not suitable for everyone so please ensure that you understand the risks involved and only bet with money you can afford to lose.

Remember, you can also choose from nine other titles at Sporting Index, including Texas Hold’em, Baccarat, Cricket Roulette, Pub Darts, Pyramids and more.

Sporting Index is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

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Postby Jainet » Thu Mar 29, 2012 11:12 am

Every game has its own interest...but the view of interest is different but the motto of the interest is same to win money.. ;) :win:

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Postby Denzel4 » Tue Aug 20, 2013 1:23 pm

Blackjack is a good and most popular spread betting games and i like it. Every sport game has its own interest and people play sport game according to their need and choice. Anyway nice thread.

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