Recently, changes came into place regarding how remote gambling operators providing services to players in the UK are licensed, regulated and taxed. Before these changes took place, casinos were generally licensed and regulated in the EU, most commonly in Gibraltar or Malta. Prior to November 2014, less than 15% of remote gambling operators held a licence issued by the UK Gambling Commission. Nowadays, with the introduction of the new Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act, all operators offering their services to players in Britain must be in possession of a licence issued by the UKGC. The purpose of this change in legislation was to provide extra protection to UK players, by ensuring that all gambling operators were subject to consistent regulation.

As a legitimate sports bet handicapping tip's and information service, we do the hard work of research to find the best bets against the spread, following top betting trends, big moneyline movement's, and gathering the latest statistical data, betting information and  tip's from top insiders in the sports betting industry from here in Las Vegas and around the country. Whether it’s football picks against the spread, basketball picks against the spread,top mlb picks or nhl puckline picks, we take pride in and excel at choosing winning picks against the spread for the long term, not just for a month or for a year.
Sports betting appeals to the smart bettor because it is not a game with a fixed house edge where the casinos are raking off fixed percentage. Sports betting requires more skill than luck similar to live poker. You won’t win every time but the skilled handicapper has a huge advantage over the recreational bettor. Before going into more detail you need to understand how sports betting works. We will take a look at football where a point spread is involved.
Horse racing is an equestrian performance sport, typically involving two or more horses ridden by jockeys (or sometimes driven without riders) over a set distance for competition. It is one of the most ancient of all sports, as its basic premise – to identify which of two or more horses is the fastest over a set course or distance – has been unchanged since at least classical antiquity.[1]
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