An enhancement is always a good thing. Whether it be breasts, penis’, bets…it’s all good…slight digression..
So anyway, nothing quite grabs the attention like someone offering you odds of 33/1 for England to win the tournament in France! The big boys are going large to get your attention..and hopefully England won’t be coming home too soon this time! france are being offered at 12/1 too on Betfair!
Belgium have got a massive squad of top quality individuals with Hazard (just about) coming back into form at the right time and “The People’s Elbow” Fellaini up top offering some great attacking options with Kevin de Bruyne and Lukaku being pretty decent front line colleagues too! NetBet are offering an astonishing 50/1 for them to win the trophy – obviously beating England in the final!
England and Belgium always offer so much on paper but often fail to make the grade on grass. Could this be the year for one of these outside bets to cost the bookies dear…we all remember Greece 2004!
Have a little Google search around to find the best odds. If you’re new to betting and don’t have any or many accounts this is as good a time as any to enjoy the online bookies generosity. Always make sure you read all the terms and conditions before you commit to anything – a lot of the time winnings are paid in free bets and some of the offers are only available to new customers.
So the play-offs have finished and we know who’ll be going up and down. We’ve also have a few big names managerial appointments too….obviously the biggest being Jose..closely followed by Brendan obviously! Celtic…they’re a Scottish team…play in Scotland…always win their league because it only has 10 teams….!!
Anyway, enough of me trying to be funny. The big boys are coming out with the teeth showing to keep everyone betting over the summer. I’m not overly sure how many big betting opportunities there will be in the Olympics (or the odds for contracting Zika) but the major online betting companies will be throwing their weight at the EUROs.
All the eyes are on France and it seems a lot of the money is going on the home team to win the trophy too. They are being offered aound about 3/1 across the board at the moment…with the Germans second favourites and England, Belgium, Spain and Italy amongst the outsiders.
The offer that seems to be popular for the tournament is to place a bet on who you think will be the winner and as a bonus you’ll get a free bet each time that team wins (even if they don’t go on to win the whole shaboodle).
Sky are currently offering a £3 free bet each time (minimum qualifying stake of £10) for new and existing customers and BetFair are being very competitive too with a similar offer of a £5 free bet with a minimum qualyfying bet of £25.
The great thing about this offer is that you can easily lay against your bet for each and then just enjoy the free bets as they come in – assuming your chosen team wins obviously! Maybe steer clear of Albania and Hungary if you’re planning to last the whole tournament!
Anyway, that’s me done for today! Good luck…..obviously England are going to win like they win every tournament before it starts…but you never know!
bet365 are always working hard to offer their customers great value odds and great offers. One of the best ones they do – in our humble opinion – is the in play bet offer that offers a risk free in play bet on a big football fixture.
This weekend see’s the last big game of the domestic season in the shape of the Champions League Final, the Madrid derby between Real Madrid and Athletico Madrid, in Milan. Whilst a lot of the players will be hoping to avoid getting injured and missing out on EURO 2016, this will be a tasty affair with (hopefully) lots of high quality football.
So anyway, back to the offer. All you need to do is place a pre match bet on any of the 70+ markets available at bet365 and they will match your bet (up to £50) with a risk free in play bet to the same amount.
I predict a team from Madrid will Win!
This is a great opportunity to either play it relatively safe and pocket a small amount of profit or take a risk free punt on winning some serious money. There are a few things to remember before ou place your bets;
Make sure you place your qualifying bet before kick off (19:45 28th May)
Equally make sure you wait until the game has kicked off before placing your “in play”
If you cash out your qualifying bet then the in play bet is no longer becomes “risk free”
It’s always best to wait for the teams before placing any player related bets – don’ waste it!
You can get all the T’s and C’s on the site so have a look if you’re not sure.
A lot of people place their qualifying bet on the over 0.5 goals market. This gives a small return on the initial bet – but is very low risk – as we all hope the game won’t finish 0-0. Hopefully Torres and Ronaldo will see to that.
Your in play bet can be placed at anytime during the game. The first bet you place in play will be deemed to be the risk free one so pick wisely. There are strong arguments for a BTTS bet and Ronaldo loves these big occasions, but sometimes these big occasions can throw up more than a few surprises. Good luck and remember that the only sure thing will be that a team from Madrid will lift the famous trophy on the night.
When you are thinking of trying out a new betting system the best thing to do is look at past results. Any tipster worth their salt will be open, honest and transparent about their results. If they are not prepared to share the ups and down with you (hopefully there’ll be more ups) then move on. Trust and integrity go along way in betting so always seek that out. Be thorough in your research and trust your instincts.
Be realistic with your expectations. No-one ever wins all the time – apart from Biff – and unless you have access to a time machine you’ll have to learn to lose as well as win. Long term profit will always be the goal – or should be. It’s a very difficult mind-set to get into and stay in. This sets apart professional gamblers and casual punters.
The bookies love the causal punters but are growing increasingly wary of professional betters with systems that look for long-term, sustainable value and their associated profits. Social media and in play betting are both a blessing and a curse to the betting industry.
The increased ease and accessibility allows for systems that can have people look a horse in the eye in the paddock before advising members of the most valuable bet they perceive. On the opposite side of this the online bookmakers will receive a massive amount of bets immediately prior to races and then also in play.
Normal every day bettors will be besieged by some, if not all of the following; Fear, cynicism, doubt, greed and impatience. Negative emotions that weigh strong in the mind and make bettors wary of systems. With all that being said there are loads of free bets out there. Try these 4 FREE betting platforms out. If you’re new to the wonderful world of horse race betting they’re a great introduction to what it’s all about.
As the major European leagues come to a close there may be the odd tear shed that betting opportunities will begin to dwindle for the Summer. And even though it’s perhaps not the same when we haven’t got English and Scottish games to bet on there’s still plenty of value to be had with football around the world.
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All the big online bookmakers are constantly trying to flirt with us by offering cash incentives for us to sign up and joined the online gambling revolution that shows no signs of slowing down. Offers such as free bets, free spins, and many more are marketed almost as if they are giving away free money – but we all know that the bookies never do that!
Online gambling is a multi billion pound business and with all the competition there is an increasing, almost desperate intensity of relentless marketing and advertising to gain and retain customers. It’s like the supermarket wars, but in a virtual world where fortunes are won and lost with the click of a mouse or the.
These free bets are not always what they seem, and although they masquerade as free money they are never quite that straightforward. they tend to be matched bets, so essentially you have to wager a set amount before you are given a free bet to an equal amount. So the current offer with bet365, that offers £200 of free bets requires you to wager that amount before you can take advantage of the free bets.
This isn’t to say that the free bets aren’t a great offer, and if you’re going to bet anyway they are a great added bonus. Always remember that most free bets will usually have minimum odds bets qualifying rules so always take a careful look at the T’s and C’s before you start to try and redeem an offer.
There’s also a growing amount of information and advice around on matched betting that will help you to make a guaranteed profit from the plethora of bookie bonus offers that all the big boys offer.
It seems that every other week there is another manager with their head on the block. Another vote of confidence from the board and the dreaded summons to the board room. There are some football managers who have literally made a career from being sacked – Sam Allardyce for one – and with the massive financial pay offs that seem to come hand in hand with being terrible at your job it’s a great position to be in.
If you’re not exactly skipping out of the boardroom your bank manager probably will be when you pay in the latest contract buy out cheque. In any other walk of life you might get a months pay and a pat on the back (or a kick up the arse) from your colleagues but in football you just go and work at being a pundit for a few months until the merry go round picks you up again for another go at ruining another clubs dreams and ambitions of greatness. I’m not sure many Chairmen (and women obviously) take too much time to look at the CVs that land on their doorstep as the latest axe falls – maybe try and look at the past employment section a bit more often and look for records of success rather than failure.
Anyway, I digressed a little their with my rant…..I’m sure Sam is a lovely chap with lots of O Levels and a Cycling Proficiency Badge emblazoned on his push bike….
Betting! That’s what I talk about….the bookies obviously never miss a trick (see the slightly aged image below) and will be offering the latest odds for the next manager to be sacked/relieved/leave by neutral consent etc etc
The runners and riders at the moment include none other than Mr Mourinho is second favourite behind Gary Monk (a man who has worked wonders with his team for the last 2 seasons) to win the latest sack race. Monk is 1/3 with Skt bet at the time of writing with Mourinho at 3/1. The north east has a couple of candidates with Steve McClaren currently at 9/1 and good old Big Sam seemingly an outsider at 25/1 (give him a few weeks to work on that!). I like Gary Monk, I think he’s achieved a lot but it seems the fickle nature of football offers no hiding place and club chairman are notoriously short on sentiment!
Golf betting is a hidden gem in the arsenal of anyone looking to make a good profit from sports betting. The golf calendar runs all year round and all over the world, offering great value opportunities for betting on the numerous pre tournament and in play tournament bets.
Golf is often only bet on by the majority of people in the 4 major tournaments throughout the year, such as the US Masters at Augusta (when the big bookies will offer some great matched bets and incentives to keep an eye out for) but with an active US and European Tour offering chances to bet on golf constantly the experts really can earn their money with their tips and betting systems.
Hole in One?
The beauty (see above!) – and sometimes the difficulty – of golf betting is that it is far from a 2 horse race. A lot of the major tour events can have over 100 players starting from the first tee so very often the outright winner bet is one to avoid – unless maybe the each way market is being particularly generous. Not to worry though as there are plenty of in play markets available from most of the major online betting companies, both online and via mobile betting – in both the men’s and women’s game.
The conditions can play a vital part in predicting golf, as can a players familiarity with the course, past victories at the course in question, a change of clubs or swing and obviously their form plays a part too! These are the times that an expert can really give you the edge and really pick out the high value bets that most people who bet on golf will miss. A betting system is only as good as its past results and its proofing system so always remember to check these factors out before committing to anything. That being said I think that golf betting does offer a great potential to be a long term return on investment and a definite inclusion in anyones betting portfolio. BetFairway is a great system – and even gets a golfing term into it’s name!!
The second night of Champions League games this week and I think tonight has some better BTTS bet options than last night so I’m putting my hard earned £5 on this 5four5 bet tonight…..
There are a lot of evenly matched ties tonight and not too many teams with nothing to play for at this point in the group stages. No matter what happens in the other games tonight I’ll be tuning into the PSG and Real Madrid game, that should be a cracker, although I’ve probably jinxed it to be a 0-0 bore draw now! Anyway, I’ll stop rambling….here we are:
CSKA Moscow v Man Utd
CSKA are unbeaten in 12 games and have scored in every game they’ve played in this season. Man Utd are in good form after the weekend defeat of Everton and have plenty to offer to get onto the scoresheet!
Galatasaray v Benfica
Galatasary are in great form and even though Benfica don’t tend to score bags of goals away from home I would take their overall slight superiority as worth the inclusion in the accumulator
PSG v Real Madrid
These two teams have virtually identical Champions League form so far this campaign. It’s going to be a goal fest (Insert Oasis album title here!!)
Malmo v Shaktar
These 2 teams have both got off to perfectly bad starts by taking 0 points from the first 2 games – although to be fair they’ve both played against PSG and Madrid in their first 2 games. I expect this to be a good joust between 2 teams that are essentially playing for 3rd spot in the group…
Wolfsburg v PSV
Group B is probably the most wide open group at this time and no team has really stamped their authority on it. Both teams have proven they can score on the big stage so I’m thinking that both teams have enough on offer to get on the scoresheet tonight.
At the time of writing this I’ve got a potential of just over £69 for my £5 bet with bet365 and obviously the cash out is always a useful option for when things get a bit twitchy!