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College Football

October

07
How to Bet on College Football

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! The college game is a completely different animal from its NFL counterpart, providing bettors with a greater slate of games throughout the week, including 30+ matchups on Saturday alone. There are many ways to bet on college football games, including: The Point Spread  The most traditional of all bets. This wager consists of picking either the favorite or the underdog to cover the spread. If you take the favorite, you subtract points from your score to determine the winner. If you select the underdog, you add those points to your final score […]

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Poker Etiquette Rules

September

24
8 Poker Etiquette Rules

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! These basic poker rules of good behavior make sure the game is fair and runs smoothly, no matter what kind of game you’re playing. Don’t Play Out of Turn While you may be so excited about how good your hand is you can hardly wait to raise the pot, you have to wait until it’s your turn to do so. Same goes for folding hands you can’t wait to get away from. If you jump the gun, it gives other players information they shouldn’t have before they make their own decision and […]

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Horse Racing Straight Bets

September

22
Horse Racing Straight Bets – Win, Place, And Show

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! Win, place and show betting are the most basic bets to make.At the track or simulcast facility, you will see win odds posted on the tote board. To estimate how much your selection will pay for a $2.00 win bet, just double the odds and add $2.00.For example, a horse going off at 2/1 win odds would pay 2 x 2 = $4.00 + $2.00 = $6.00 for a $2.00 wager. Win: The simplest bet you can make on a horse race. A Win bet is an attempt to predict the horse that […]

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Texas Holdem

September

18
Texas Holdem Dominated Hands

Enjoy the experience of betting at Heritage Sports! Learn a few hands in Texas Hold’em that are second best and could cost you a lot of chips. Second best and dominated hands are good to stay away from. A hand is dominated by another hand if there are three or fewer cards that improve the dominated hand enough to beat the hand that is dominating. Interestingly–when the dominated hand does hit one of those outs they usually switch places and become the dominating hand (as the previously best hand now has 3 or fewer outs to beat the new best hand. Looking […]

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