• General

    Posted on March 20th, 2010

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    Sports Betting: Combining Bets

    Other than the regular fixed odds bets, there are also spread bets you can place on a sporting event. The most common example is spread betting opportunity you find on football matches. The betting opportunity can be anything from the number of goals, the number of corner kicks, cards, even how fast the first goal is scored. Using the right strategy, you can actually combine the available bets to increase profitability of your sports betting activities.

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    The first thing you need to remember is added risks. You need to make sure the added risks are within your betting bankroll or budget. Always bet with the amount of money you can afford to lose, and make sure you know exactly the kind of risks you are facing. With spread betting, the return can be very rewarding but the risks are also pretty high.

    Focus on your primary bet first. If you are spread betting on a regular basis, then fixed odds bets are actually your secondary bets and vice versa. Place your primary bets first, and understand the risks you are exposed to. Use that potential loss to calculate the amount of secondary bet you can place to reduce the risks while staying profitable.

    Finding the right mixture of the two bets can be tricky at first, but you will be able to use the two betting opportunities to your benefits. If you understand the competing parties thoroughly, you can make a lot of fortune placing sports bets on a regular basis.

  • Bookmakers

    Posted on January 13th, 2010

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    Betting Exchange

    Have you ever wanted to be a bookmaker yourself? Do you trade bets with friends and colleagues? It is now time for you to step up your game and join the betting exchange at some of the best online bookmakers available today. Just like trading bets with your close friends, betting exchange allows you to trade bets with people from all around the world.

    Before you start the exchange, you would have to set the odds at better level than the bookies. Since you are the bookmaker for your own bet, you can simply set the odds yourself. Keep them acceptable though, since you need to have other bettor responding your betting exchange offer.

    The concept of betting exchange is based on two main principles: laying and backing. Laying means you are betting against the outcome of the sporting event; you are assuming the role of a bookmaker, setting odds and accepting bets. Backing means you are the one placing bets, just like placing bets with online bookies. Betting exchange can happen when both parties see the odds that they like and agreed to exchange bets.

    Betting exchange will automatically and anonymously match up bets from members with the exchange. The betting exchange system is designed so that each party is enjoying the right level of profitability and safety at the same time. The system also creates conducive bet exchanging environment, allowing you to maximize your profits as well as set the right odds by betting against other bettors’ opinions.

  • Horse Racing

    Posted on December 20th, 2009

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    Horse Racing Betting – The Grand National

    The good thing about betting is that the odds are changing as we get closer to the sporting event. The same thing happens to the betting scene for this year’s Grand National — England’s most anticipated chase of the year. The odds and favorites are nothing like what you saw several weeks ago. Let’s take a look at some of the most profitable bets available for the Grand National.

    Tricky Trickster is still leading the pack with 16/1 odds against the stallion. Place £100 worth of bet on this horse, and you are looking at a possible £1,700 return if Tricky Trickster wins the Grand National. Possol, Vic Venturi, Black Apalachi, Big Fella Thanks, and Niche Market are all up against 20/1 odds against them; the scene looks very nice, especially for those of you who Dutch your bets. You are looking at a solid £2,100 return for every £100 bet you place on any of these horses.

    The Grand National will be held on April 10th, 2010, but you can start placing bets today through several reliable bookmakers of your choice. With the odds looking this great, there is no reason why you shouldn’t use the opportunity to make some profitable bets while you enjoy one of the best chases in England. Use the odds and calculate your bets to make sure you are making profitable ones. You can even place chained bets such as the Exacta or Quinella for maximum profits. With careful calculation, this is the event you can make serious money on.

  • Football

    Posted on November 10th, 2009

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    Champions League 2009/10 Outrights

    The Champions League 2009/2010 is now in the knockout stage, with 16 teams competing to be this year’s champion. The Champions League’s final will be held on May 22nd, 2010, at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid. Stuttgart, Olympiacos, Internazionale Milan, Bayern Munich, CSKA Moscow, Lyon, Porto, Milan, Bordeaux, Sevilla, Real Madrid, Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, along with the defending champion Barcelona are all competing for the title of world’s best football team.

    The competition will start its knockout stage in February, but the outrights-betting market is already buzzing with great odds and a lot of activities. If you are following the championship, now is the best time to place or review your bets on who will be the winner of this year’s Champion League.

    Barcelona is leading the outrights-list as bookmakers see this team as the most favorable one to win this year’s championship. Barcelona is followed closely by Chelsea. If the odds are 3/1 against Barcelona, it is 4/1 against Chelsea. Real Madrid is next with 5/1 odds against them. All three bets are highly profitable, since the odds are looking good and the teams’ performances being better than ever.

    Both British team, Manchester United and Arsenal, are enjoying solid 8/1 odds against them. They may not be as strong as their fellow British team Chelsea in the eyes of bookmakers, but the two teams are looking very competitive throughout the competition. A lot of actions are to be expected, so secure your bets today and root for your favorite team.

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