Yes, there are a number of tipster services on the internet that claim to be profitable, and yes, many of these services ask unreasonable subscription fees. The reality is however, most of these services are fraudulent. Following these so called tipsters will not only leave you out of pocket after paying for their tips, but will leave you betting balance in tatters.
Before we even consider reviewing an online casino, we make sure that it is controlled by a reputable operator who already has a proven track record within the online gambling industry. Just by finding out who owns & operates the casino can tell us a great deal about the casino in question. We also make sure that the casino is licensed by a trusted authority in a well-known licensing jurisdiction before we carry out our casino reviews online.
All horse racing on the flat except quarter-horse racing involves Thoroughbred horses. Thoroughbreds evolved from a mixture of Arab, Turk, and Barb horses with native English stock. Private studbooks had existed from the early 17th century, but they were not invariably reliable. In 1791 Weatherby published An Introduction to a General Stud Book, the pedigrees being based on earlier Racing Calendars and sales papers. After a few years of revision, it was updated annually. All Thoroughbreds are said to descend from three “Oriental” stallions (the Darley Arabian, the Godolphin Barb, and the Byerly Turk, all brought to Great Britain, 1690–1730) and from 43 “royal” mares (those imported by Charles II). The preeminence of English racing and hence of the General Stud Book from 1791 provided a standard for judging a horse’s breeding (and thereby, at least to some degree, its racing qualities). In France the Stud Book Française (beginning in 1838) originally included two classifications: Orientale (Arab, Turk, and Barb) and Anglais (mixtures according to the English pattern), but these were later reduced to one class, chevaux de pur sang Anglais (“horses of pure English blood”). The American Stud Book dates from 1897 and includes foals from Canada, Puerto Rico, and parts of Mexico, as well as from the United States.
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As you can see from this table, the differences in the payout rates at each of the casinos I tested do not differ greatly. All provide high return to player percentages, with only slight variations in the highest and lowest payout rates, which you can see highlighted in red and green. When you consider classic games, like roulette and blackjack, the same values are often found across many sites, due to the fixed rules of the games. Likewise, you will find little variance in the RTP of video poker games. When it comes to slots, you will find that the theoretical payout rates can vary from 90% up to 99%. It’s, therefore, useful to check the game rules for slots to find out how much you can expect to lose. Any slots offering payout rates of below 90% just do not offer good value for money when you consider how high the RTPs can reach.
To ensure the fairness and integrity of games, safe online casinos will use testing agencies to provide regular analysis of the random number generator (RNG) and the RTP. Such authorities include the likes of eCOGRA (E-Commerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance), Technical Systems Testing (TST), Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) and Gaming Associates. All are recognised by the UKGC, and are independent from the casino operators. You will often see certificates from these testing agencies in the footer of the casino websites, with links to the most recent payout reports.
Don’t like the number offered by the point spread or the over/under? Change it. Bookmakers offer the opportunity to increase or lessen the odds, called “teasing” it, by a particular number, usually about 6 points, though other amounts are available. It must be applied to combined wagers on two or more games, or at least two bets on the same game. For instance, if the New York Giants are favored by 3 points over the Washington Redskins, and the Los Angeles Chargers are favored over the Baltimore Ravens by 2 points, a gambler using a 6-point teaser can lower the line on the Giants game to have the Giants as a 3-point underdog instead of a 3-point favorite (getting 3 points instead of giving 3), and the Chargers as a 4-point underdog instead of a 2-point favorite (getting 4 points instead of giving 2). Lines can be adjusted upward or downward, and they can involve multiple games. In a single game, a bettor can lower or increase the point spread and the under/over total on the same game.
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As a player, you must keep in mind that a casino site (or any site for that matter) should treat your personal details with confidentiality, make fair payouts according to the payback percentage stated on their website and handle deposits and withdrawals in a secure, professional manner. These are important factors, if not THE most important. On CasinoTop10 we don’t discriminate between players.

In order to play at an online casino, you will need to have a registered an account. Similarly to any registration process signing up is profoundly easy to do. Essentially, the first thing you’ll need to do is navigate to your online casino of choice and find their sign up page. Once you have, you’ll need to begin the registration process by filling in your details. Generally, you’ll need to provide your name, surname, gender, date of birth, phone number, email, country, address, city/town and Post/ZIP code. In some countries, you might also need to provide some other information too. For example, in some cases, a casino will advise you to send a scanned copy of your I.D. card/ Driving License and a Utility Bill in order to prevent fraud.
To ensure the fairness and integrity of games, safe online casinos will use testing agencies to provide regular analysis of the random number generator (RNG) and the RTP. Such authorities include the likes of eCOGRA (E-Commerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance), Technical Systems Testing (TST), Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) and Gaming Associates. All are recognised by the UKGC, and are independent from the casino operators. You will often see certificates from these testing agencies in the footer of the casino websites, with links to the most recent payout reports.
These criteria give a solid foundation to asses and compare operators. Yet there are also other factors that are of interest, which do not fall into any of these categories. This is why I have included a bonus points category in each casino review, where extra points are awarded for certain features. Take for example awards that have been won by the operators. If a casino has been recognised and rewarded by industry respected authorities, then this provides proof of the quality of the casino, and definitely deserves recognition. It’s worth taking note though, some awards that casinos boast on their sites can be rather unauthentic. Many affiliates gift such awards to any site that they are promoting to paint them in a good light. The only awards that I gave full bonus points for were the prestigious, independent awards managed by well-respected organisations, such as the EGR Awards (eGaming Review), IGA (International Gaming Awards) and the Global Gaming Awards.
That failure, however, led to a second period of his career as lucrative as Hong Kong was. He worked with one of his baseball backers to start betting on U.S. horse racing. Parimutuel tracks are scattered around the country, and by the late 1990s it became easier to amass data on a lot of them. The U.S. business took off just as competition began eroding profits in Hong Kong. “There is a golden age for a particular market,” he said, fiddling with a stack of decommissioned casino chips. “When there aren’t many computer players, the guy with the best system can have a huge advantage.”
The lure and attraction of betting to most people is making money and to achieve this outcome the obvious path would appear to be picking as many winning bets as possible. By learning to manage risk and control losses you create longevity and continual learning for yourself that keeps you in the game, keeps you improving and enables you to become more profitable over time.
One major type of Thoroughbred horse race is the handicap race, in which the weights horses must carry during a race are adjusted in relation to their age (the more immature the horse, the less weight it carries). In this system, a two-year-old, the youngest racer, competes with less weight to carry than a horse that is three years or older. In general, a horse is reckoned as being fully aged at five years and is handicapped accordingly. There are also sex allowances for fillies, so that they carry slightly lower weights than males. Weight penalties or allowances are also provided on the basis of individual horses’ past performance. Such handicaps may be set centrally where racing is so controlled or by individual tracks, the goal being to render all horses as nearly equal as possible by establishing what is called racing form. The handicap race thus represents an outright repudiation of the classic concept that the best horse should win. Instead, handicaps are assigned with the specific objective of giving all the horses in a race an equal chance of winning.

Within six weeks, he found himself playing blackjack in Monte Carlo, served by waiters in dinner jackets. He felt like James Bond, and his earnings grew to a rate of about $80,000 a year. Benter abandoned any idea of returning to college. When his mother’s friends in Pittsburgh asked how his studies were going, she told them, “Bill’s traveling right now.”
Individual flat races are run over distances ranging from 440 yards (400 m) up to two and a half miles (4 km), with distances between five and twelve furlongs being most common. Short races are generally referred to as "sprints", while longer races are known as "routes" in the United States or "staying races" in Europe. Although fast acceleration ("a turn of foot") is usually required to win either type of race, in general sprints are seen as a test of speed, while long distance races are seen as a test of stamina. The most prestigious flat races in the world, such as the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Melbourne Cup, Japan Cup, Epsom Derby, Kentucky Derby and Dubai World Cup, are run over distances in the middle of this range and are seen as tests of both speed and stamina to some extent.
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