[b]HELLO[/b], good afternoon and welcome to my blog. You may remember that my first bet as part of my own personal 1.1-2.0 challenge was on tennis player Gael Monfils in the Mercedes Cup. He romped home against Victor Hanescu at a tidy, no hassle price of 1.16 and this represented the first rung of the 1.1-2.0 ladder of fame and fortune.
Bet number two, which will be in the region of 1.2, is now available for you all to get a piece of, ladies and gentlemen. It comes in tomorrow’s (Sunday) World Matchplay Darts in the Wade/Caven match. [b]Wade will make short work of this one and is justifiably hovering around the 1.21 mark right now[/b]. Get involved in order to complete the second part of the 1.1-2.0 challenge.
Good luck & happy punting.
Remember: darts for darts sake, money...
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. My first bet as part of my own personal 1.1-2.0 challenge is on tennis player [b]Gael Monfils[/b] in the Mercedes Cup. He’s currently 4-2 up in the first set against Victor Hanescu and should have more than enough in his top drawer to cruise through into the next round. His price at the time of writing is 1.16 and this represents the first rung of the 1.1-2.0 ladder of fame and fortune. Get involved, followers, for some easy cash. Bet number two, which will be in the region of 1.2, will follow later this week.
Good luck & happy punting.
Remember: money talks, bullsh!t walks
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I’m not recommending a system bet today (although at 5/7 and 2/2 respectively we’re doing okay so far), but I am offering you all the chance of some seriously easy money.
This morning’s Vissel Kobe v Avispa Fukuoka fixture in the J-League is the match in question. While the home side are not exactly an all-time Brazil XI on difficulty level 5, the away team would struggle to give my Subbuteo team a game - and I’ve not even glued them all back to their bases.
[b]Take a look at the recent form of the two sides and the odds offered for a home win are ludicrously high.[/b]
Vissel Kobe have won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five. Avispa Fukuoka, however, have lost all five.
Avispa Fukuokup, more like.
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my blog. Exciting times are ahead, followers, for we have not one, not two, but THREE system bets with which to get involved tomorrow (Friday).
[b]EACH[/b] fixture is in the Russian Premier League, where goals are as rare as rocking horse doo-dah. The following three matches all comfortably qualify for the ‘under 3.5/any unquoted correct score’ system, providing of course Betfair deigns to offer the necessary markets.
[b]TAKE[/b] a look at the recent goalscoring – or lack of it – for the sides contesting the following matches and it makes for grim reading. It takes me back to my schooldays when the teachers were trying to make me read The Old Curiosity Shop when all I was curious about were the contents of the top shelf of the paper...
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my latest blog. I hope it reaches you well. You'll all be delighted to hear that the second published 'system' bet finished [b]Cherno More Varna 1 - 0 Beroe[/b] and won us all a bit of cash, to the tune of another delicious 15 per cent profit.
[i]That's two out of two so far, with plenty more to come.[/i]
Stay tuned for more system bet recommendations over the next few days, from both new systems outlined in my blog yesterday.
Good luck and happy punting!
Remember: knowledge and inside information is power