[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. Last night’s first published system bet came in and you’ll be excited to hear that we have another qualifier, ladies and gentlemen, at 4pm today. The match in question is in the Bulgarian ‘A’ League and features the mid-table meanderers Cherno More and Beroe. This fixture is guaranteed to make watching paint dry an altogether more enthralling proposition. Both sides have poor strikeforces and tight defences, so goals will be at a premium.
As always, what you need to do is as follows. Back the under 3.5 market at 1.3 or better with around 88 per cent of your stake and back the ‘any unquoted’ correct score (as your safety net in the event of sendings-off/freak scoring patterns) at 10.0 or better....
[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 first published 'system' bet finished Lokomotiv Moscow 1 - 2 Anji Makhachkala and won us all a bit of cash, to the tune of a scrumptious [b]15 per cent profit[/b].
Stay tuned for more system bet recommendations over the next few days, from both new systems outlined in my previous blog this morning.
Good luck and happy punting!
Remember: knowledge and inside information is power
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my latest blog. Having trialled a system for quite some time now it's almost ready to be shared. In fact, for a bit more excitement I shall post all my 'system' bets on here from now on and keep a running bank total. As an added bonus for everyone I will attempt to run two systems concurrently. They're both pretty straightforward and simple to follow but each involves an element of risk. For tonight, however, it's some more general common sense advice about how to make plenty of money through punting with the latest instalment of my A-Z OF BETTER PUNTING.
[b]J is for Joy – the joy of Betfair to be precise[/b]
No blog on betting could ever be complete without at least an honourable mention to Betfair. Betfair, as most of you should know...
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get,” said Forrest Gump, who is my third favourite film character after Ralph ‘Papa’ Thorson and Nigel Tufnel. To be fair to Gump, he was only paraphrasing his mother and he was a credit to himself, his family and his country.
We could all learn a lot from him.
Betting, however, is nothing like a box of chocolates. You either win, in which case you can eat what you like, or you lose, in which case it’s back on the salad cream sandwiches. I don’t know about you, my followers, but I’ve never had a salad cream-flavoured truffle. It’s doubtful even a certain Mr W Wonka would create such an abomination.
I digress. Tonight’s darts offers some incredible...
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. Today I’ve prepared a few notes on trading for you, my loyal followers, in the expectation that you all ultimately enjoy a lifestyle as exhilarating, fulfilling and generally spectacular as mine. Sorry it’s a little brief, but I’ve just had an unexpected visit from a heavy-drinking friend of mine, Alf ‘The Cistern’ Kenilworth, who needs some advice as to which roadside assistance organisation to join.
I digress. Trading is where you can make money without having any liability, in other words if you’re sufficiently cunning and quick-witted then you can back a competitor to win at high odds, lay it at the same liability as your bet stake at lower odds and end up with a free bet. If the market shifts...
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening and welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you well. Some of my followers are interested in knowing why they should lay odds, rather than back. Laying can be as much fun as betting, and as profitable, in the right circumstances.
A lay bet means that you effectively become the bookmaker (without necessarily having to don a ropey sheepskin coat) and decide which odds you want to offer to potential punters. In a football match between United and City, for example, you’d make a profit if you laid City and the match ended in a United win or a draw. If you laid United, but City won or it was a draw then you’d win. If you laid the draw and either of the two sides won then you’d pick up your winnings.
In “two outcome only” events such as the major knock-out...