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Betting on The Olympics

August

11
Betting on the Olympics in Vegas?

Las Vegas gamblers are able to bet on some Olympic sports, for the first time since the 2000 Sydney games. The Nevada Gaming Commission re-instated betting on the Olympics last year following a proposal from the state’s casinos. Betting on the Olympics was halted after the Sydney games, largely due to a campaign from Senator John McCain to end betting on amateur sports. Of course you don’t have to worry about any of this, you can live the action of the Olympics at it’s most from home, sign up at: http://heritagesports.eu In 2014, Nevada’s Gaming Control Board entered into a […]

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August

10
How to Bet On Baseball

Considered by many the most elite of sports betting, Baseball is not a very popular sport to wager on compared to basketball land football. In baseball wagering, money-lines and run-lines are the two most common wagers. The simplest bet in baseball is a moneyline wager. Take a look at the odds board and see which team is favored, normally more expensive to bet on, and which team is the underdog. You can choose between the favorite team or the underdog and place an appropriate bet. Get all the latest Betting and Sport News updates on your social media outlets. Find us on […]

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August

10
Parlay Betting in the NBA

When betting on the NBA, bettors have multiple choices every day. You will find several different options on any one game, ranging from point spreads to totals to moneylines. The majority of wagers placed on the NBA use the point spread, however, there are times when you may find it better to play the moneyline.  Parlay betting in the NBA (as in other sports) this is the technique of combining multiple game picks into one single wager. Parlays often called, exotic wagers are not too exotic, more thrilling than a straight-up moneyline or over/under wager, but not so thrilling that bettors […]

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August

09
MLB Betting Lines – Moneyline

  If you are ready to enter the world of sports betting you may find it a little complex at first however it is not nearly as intimidating as it may first look. Three of the most popular types of wagers are point spreads, totals (over/under) and moneyline. What does this terminology mean? Let’s start with moneyline. While the point spread which will be covered later, is concerned point scoring, the moneyline is exclusively interested in who wins. The moneyline can be wagered in just about every sport, however baseball, soccer and hockey are the two-team sports that use it […]

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August

09
Sports Betting – MLB

If you want to guarantee yourself some betting action the MLB is your chance, With 30 teams playing 162 regular season games, plus the postseason, You may find the regular season (2,430 games) which can be considered long by some fans and drawn out. However, for sharp sports bettors, more games mean more opportunities to maximize the amount of wins. In Baseball betting there is another peculiarity, as you could only be winning only 40-45% of your wagers and still turn a profit. Lower winning percentages can still be extremely profitable when consistently betting moneyline underdogs. This is because the odds focus […]

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August

08
Olympic predictions Team USA

The Olympics have the capacity to surprise but in sports, we can talk about odds and predictions. The USA is likely to win a lot of medals in Rio. Both basketball teams should take gold. A lot of swimmers and gymnasts will win. Justin Gatlin might take down Usain Bolt last year at the IAAF World Championships. Gatlin had the 28-race win streak and all the fastest times of the year. Bolt had been ailing. But in the 100-meter final, a charging Bolt ran down Gatlin and won by 0.01 seconds. This year looks like a replay so far. Gatlin ran the […]

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August

08
MLB Dodgers’ Disability List

Last week the Dodgers made an inevitable move, transferring Clayton Kershaw to the 60-day disabled list. Kershaw hadn’t pitched in a game since June, and hadn’t participated in aptly-named baseball activities since suffering a mid-July setback. He’s not eligible to return until August 27. Predictable or not, that doesn’t mean Kershaw’s move to the 60-day disabled list is irrelevant — rather, it has some major ramifications for multiple playoff spots. You probably know that the Dodgers entered Wednesday two games back in the National League West and 2.5 games ahead for the top wild-card spot. Credit that standing to a surprisingly strong July, during […]

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August

05
MLB Changes After Trades

Last Monday the non-waiver trade deadline has come and gone, leaving teams to play with their new toys or wonder what might have been. What the trade deadline always does is dramatically change some teams, though often not as dramatically as we’d imagine. Let’s start with the Rangers/Brewers deal. The Rangers added a starting catcher, an outfielder with some pop, and a power bullpen arm. The Brewers, on the other hand, dropped two of their top bullpen arms, their catcher, and didn’t get much that’s major league ready. But the Rangers were already good and the Brewers were already bad. […]

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August

05
Cavaliers Are Title Contenders in 2016–17

Attention lays on NBA’s 2015–16 champions, Cleveland Cavaliers and if the trio of Lebron, Irving and Love can pull of a repeat performance. While the three-headed monster helped the Cavaliers end Cleveland’s brutal 52-year championship drought the repeat may be tougher than ever, as the rest of the NBA is improving at a rapid rate. The Golden State Warriors have created their own “super team,” while the San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma City Thunder, Boston Celtics, and many other teams seem poised to push the Cavaliers. Fortunately, the Cavs still have plenty going for them, which is what makes a serious […]

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August

04
MLB NY Yankees Continue to Unload

  It is known that the effects of all these deals will only be reflected in time, while some rumors turn out to be true some others move are hard to understand. In the middle of all this trading, betting on MLB becomes more interesting. We just saw a trade deadline where some teams did great moves loading up in a clear intent to go for it this year, while the Yankees showed themselves as the biggest seller. This is the time when teams like the Cubs and Indians look like the official World Series favorites … and the Yankees […]

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