Our betting experts try to vary among football leagues as well as possible. You won't only see the top leagues, but at times also leagues of lower classes or countries that are not as present in the media. But especially such leagues can be exciting for betting friends, becasue the strength of the teams varies a lot, which can lead to interesting betting opportunities. Additionally you can find many insider tips of the day, because our tipping experts often grasp some good hints. In the football sector we now cover 22 different football leagues that we provide betting tips for. We try to constantly expand our tipping portfolio and to provide more and more details. We also try to expand our offer with other sports. In the course of next year we plan to add at least 2-3 new sports in order to be able to provide more alternatives. When you have proposals for improvement, we are happy about any kind of feedback. We always try to directly implement proposals of our betting friends that visit our site daily.
Chariot racing was one of the most popular ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine sports. Both chariot and mounted horse racing were events in the ancient Greek Olympics by 648 BC and were important in the other Panhellenic Games. It continued although chariot racing was often dangerous to both driver and horse, which frequently suffered serious injury and even death. In the Roman Empire, chariot and mounted horse racing were major industries. From the mid-fifteenth century until 1882, spring carnival in Rome closed with a horse race. Fifteen to 20 riderless horses, originally imported from the Barbary Coast of North Africa, were set loose to run the length of the Via del Corso, a long, straight city street; their time was about 2½ minutes.
Woods was used to being the senior partner in gambling teams and getting his way. He never lost his temper, but his mind, once set, was like granite. Benter was also unwilling to budge. Their alliance was over. In a fit of pique, Benter wrote a line of code into the software that would stop it from functioning after a given date—a digital time bomb—even though he knew it would be trivial for Woods to find and fix it later. Woods would keep betting algorithmically on horses, Benter was sure of that. He resolved that he would, too.
Saturday at the Breeders' Cup - Saturday had 9 Grade 1 Championship races, headlined by the Breeders' Cup Classic won by favorite Accelerate over Gunnevera and Thunder Snow. Also on the card, Enable won the Turf, Monomoy Girl won the Distaff, Expert Eye won the Mile, Roy H repeated in the Sprint, Sistercharlie won the Filly & Mare Turf, City of Light won the Dirt Mile, Stormy Liberal repeated in the Turf Sprint, and Shamrock Rose won the Filly & Mare Sprint. Get the results, charts, and photos here. More photos: Classic - Turf - Distaff - Mile - Sprint - F/M Turf - Dirt Mile - Turf Sprint - F/M Sprint
We provide football tips not just for the weekend, but every day we think there are good bets to be had, but not betting on ridiculous leagues you can't possibly know. The majority of our tips will be on the forum, but we will show our best tips in an accumulator on this page. If there is no football bet that day, it will simply say there are no selections.
There are about a dozen different casino software developers with respectful reputations and products, and the majority of the time casinos will have games by several different developers. This section gives players examples of what kinds of graphics to expect in the casino. Microgaming, Net Ent, BetSoft, Playtech and Realtime Gaming are some of the most well-known in online casinos. More specifically, the casinos that have made our top ten list feature games from at least one of these developers. Just like some players tend to play the same games over and over, some others stick to playing games by a particular software developer.
Something that is absolutely key to success in sports betting is accepting the realities of what sports betting is and what the possible outcomes are and one of those is that you will have losses. Once you have accepted that losses are a part of betting it frees your mind, reduces the tension, and helps to manage your emotions. You cannot be at your best while you are always tense from trying to resist losing, and interestingly sometimes the more you try and avoid something the more you are drawn towards it ? have you ever had one of those awkward moments when you have caught the eye of a stranger walking towards you and ended up doing a side-to-side dance with each other?
The reasons most sports bettors don’t spend time learning the tricks of advantage players is it’s slightly time consuming, most have no leads how to do it, are overwhelmed or when they do learn it’s not actually fun. If you’re looking for something fun we suggest paint balling, a trip to the amusement park, circus or what have you. If you’re looking to actually make money then you’ll need to know how to find +EV bets.
That 60% betting record (with the odds of -110 that is traditional for against the spread bets in football) will leave you with a profit of $160. Think about it—your $600 profit from your 6 winning bets minus the $440 you lost on losing bets leaves $160. It took you $1,100 to win $160, meaning you have to bet $6.87 to win $1 on average. So you see the small differences between a 52.4% winning rate and a 60% winning rate—inside those 7.3 percentage points lies hundreds of dollars in profit.
Here is what a professional baseball bettor might do in his head. After looking over statistics from MLB (kept religiously by all sorts of bloggers, data archives, and magazines) between the years 2000-2010, he notices a particular statistic pop out. For example: when the home team starts a left-handed pitcher the day after a loss, that team wins 59% of the time. Good sports bettors can do this sort of math in their head or very quickly on paper. From that bit of information comes a new betting theory—look for game situations that mirror the above example and bet on them. That means he’ll only bet games where the home team starts a left-handed pitcher the day after a loss. Does he just jump in and start betting based on this back of the napkin math? No way. More statistical analysis is required—he may find that this was a fluke for that particular decade and isn’t a trustworthy statistics, or he may find an even more advantageous bet based on his original theory.
Flat racing is the most common form of racing seen worldwide. Flat racing tracks are typically oval in shape and are generally level, although in Great Britain and Ireland there is much greater variation, including figure of eight tracks like Windsor and tracks with often severe gradients and changes of camber, such as Epsom Racecourse. Track surfaces vary, with turf most common in Europe, dirt more common in North America and Asia, and newly designed synthetic surfaces, such as Polytrack or Tapeta, seen at some tracks.