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Tip of the day – Cheltenham Gold Cup

Cheltenham Gold Cup

It’s Cheltenham Gold Cup day and fresh from our successful tipping yesterday we have another tip today. It’s time to keep Irish eyes smilig and Outlander looks to be a good each-way bet. Currenty at 10/1. Many are piling on to Cue Card, but I shall stay away. For those of you wanting a bit of an edge of your ...

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Betway Premier League Darts Week 10

Betway Premier League Darts Week 10 James Wade v Raymond van Barneveld Gary Anderson v Phil Taylor Robert Thornton v Michael van Gerwen Adrian Lewis v Peter Wright Phil Taylor v James Wade After the final round with 10 players last week both Dave Chisnall and Michael Smith were eliminated from the competition. The remaining 8 players now face each ...

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Virtual racing – a new era – new from Japan

craven meeting

For those of you who love virtual racing, take a look at this innovation. You’ve guessed it is from Japan. We’re betting you’ve not seen it before. You can have a bet on any of the incredible runners rendered in great graphical detail. Can you understand the commentary? Welcome to to crazy world of Japanese virtual horse racing Posted by ...

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Irritable Demise Syndrome

Irritable demise syndrome

Is it a surprise that the Tory party is suffering from Irritable Demise Syndrome? It’s a fair bet that civil war within the party will now erupt glaringly into the open. But, is the cost to Cameron and Osborne being over-estimated? Private Eye called the fact that the seeds of the current insurrection were being sown some seven years ago, ...

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Reaching out to Kenyan betting fans

Reaching out to sports writers

Jambo! We’re reaching out to our wonderful Kenyan readers to ask about what interests you have regarding sports betting. What do you like most? Would any of you like to have a go and publish posts on the site and develop your own blogging readership? We are happy to nuture aspiring sports writers and bring their insights to a global ...

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Southwell betting – get an adrenalin hit 07/03

kentucky derby betting

It’s a dull March afternoon, and if you want to get a little bit of an armchair adrenalin hit on an otherwise unremarkable card, it is perhaps time to play the favourites for some Southwell betting action. With that in mind I have the following picks:- 14:00 #1 and #2 14:30 Fav 15:00 Fav 15:30 Fav 16:00 #1 and #4 ...

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Horseracing tip of the day. Betting 23rd February

Horseracing tip of the day

Here’s my top horseracing tip for Wolverhamptom this evening. Finally the weather has perked up and we’re in for a lovely day’s racing. There’s some fine opportunities for betting too. Unusually for Wolverhampton there are some quite comptetitive fileds. In the last race of the day you have Big Shoes to fill Click on the link to see the latest ...

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Betting on yourself. True to your own convictions?

Boris and Dave Betting on Brexit

I should clearly not be betting on myself. Boris Johnson has. Although his backing of the Brexit campaign is dressed up in terms of holding true to his convictions, most see it as a calculation to furhter his own political ambitions. Therein lies the crux of a series of reckless career chocies that polticians repeatedly make. What makes them do ...

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Betting on Boris to back Cameron

Boris Johnson betting on europe

Betting is now hotting up on whether Boris Johnson will back David Cameron. The Prime Minister has set the ‘In/Out’ referendum date for Thursday June 23rd. Boris Johnson is being courted by both the ‘In’ and the ‘Out’ campaigns. The stakes are very high for Boris himself. If he comes out on the wrong side of the argument he risks ...

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David Cameron’s bet on Brussels deal ‘triumphant’

Brexit Bet

A Brexit takes a step further back this evening as the British Prime Minister bet on broad success in his negotiaitons with the UK’s European partners. The Vote Leave campaign will be quickly out of the traps. Expect a vociferous rejection of the deal. On the other side those with ‘staying power’ - the Britain Better in Europe campaign will ...

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