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Posted by: Alex69 on Apr 16, 2011 at 09:29:25 PM
[b]HELLO[/b], good evening & welcome to my blog. I hope it reaches you all well. Here’s the second instalment of my A-Z guide to better punting. Read it, enjoy it, follow the advice and watch that wheelbarrow gradually fill up with cash. I’ll be putting some more snooker, darts and football betting advice up very soon. [b]B is for Betting-in-Running[/b] Lots and lots of free money can be won while betting in running – if you’ve researched your event properly that is. Markets move like crazy until the race or match starts – if betting in running is available, the markets keep on moving right until the end of the race or match. Knowing when to place your bet, therefore, is just as important as knowing which type of bet to place and which event/team/horse/dog to bet on. In some...
Posted by: Alex69 on Mar 31, 2011 at 08:50:39 AM
[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...
Posted by: Alex69 on Mar 28, 2011 at 10:10:30 PM
[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...
Posted by: Alex69 on Mar 24, 2011 at 11:23:27 AM
[b]HELLO[/b], good morning and welcome to my blog. Once again I’m banging the drum for the draw, or certainly trading on it, and with the Barney/Anderson clash being the closest match-up tonight my recommendation is to trade on the draw in this fixture. Here’s how you should go about it. Start off by backing the draw before the off at around 5.3 – if it drops to below 5, forget it as that’s poor value based on what’s happened over the last few weeks. Imagine you stuck £10 on the draw at 5.3 – you immediately stand to win £43 – or lose £10. What you need to do now is put in a lay on the draw of £26 at 2.0. This way, if it’s a draw you’re guaranteed £17 & if either of the players win you get £16. It’s a risk-free bet – as soon as the £26 draw lay is matched...
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