Sports Betting Website Punters Realm Launches Revolutionary User-Controlled Layout
December 16, 2015
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Punters Realm was founded in 2005 by a small group of friends who were actively engaged in sports and online sports betting.
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As Web users become more demanding of highly useable websites, the Internet has started to adapt. Many of todays websites reflect an outdated style with very limited usability; attributes of an era before Web 2.0 became main stream. Today, with the launch of Punters Realm, we have is a first to bring this usability experience to the users of the online sports betting world. Placement, feeds and content can be adjusted and saved, finally putting the users behind the wheel of their experience says Jeffrey Cammack, Marketing Manager for Punters Realm. This, along with a collection of new interactive features that allows the readership to engage and manage the sports betting news that reaches them, gives a level of empowerment the site creators thought was about due.
Punters Realm is very proud to announce that we have done what the sports betting industry has not yet been able to do. This customizable website will engage a betting audience that will hold a sports bettors interest visit after visit says Slick, a moderator at The Daily Punt Forum. They felt the need had come for a one-stop-shop for news that covered all sports, saving individuals from visiting a collection of m88 sites and instead importing the news feeds that interests them.
Online sports betting information portals have changed little since the industry started in the late 1990s.
A drag-and-drop feature that allows users to place objects on a page dependent on their order of importance to the experience. While some readers will visit to read expert sports betting tips and others to find the best betting odds on games and customizable news feeds, Punters Realm will accommodate their wishes that will be saved until their next visit
Hazard the latest Chelsea FC star to back Mourinho; insists he was not upset at being dropped against Porto
October 11, 2015
Then it is my task to encourage the boys on the field.
International break might be a welcome distraction for Hazard
With the Belgians scheduled to face Andorra and Israel during the international break and set to confirm qualification for next summers tournament in France, Hazard could well get the confidence boost needed to get his season going.
His support for Mourinho is also another positive sign, and if taken at face value, indicates that even though there may be differences of opinion, the Chelsea FC squad remains a strong unit. Ahead of their m88 game against Andorra, Hazard spoke to Voetbal Krant (via WAGNH) about the situation at Chelsea FC: I know, you guys. It is unlikely that Hazard will go the entire season without hitting a purple patch, and the Blues fortunes will almost certainly change when that happens.
Belgian superstar Eden Hazard has become the latest Chelsea FC player to back manager Jos Mourinho, insisting he was not upset by the Portugueses decision to leave him on the bench against FC Porto in the Champions League
2014-2015 PFA Player of the Year Eden Hazard has had an objectively poor season thus far by his standards, with the Chelsea FC team as a whole struggling with a lack of confidence brought on by their poor early-season form.
Belgium should have no difficulties beating both Andorra and Israel, and even though the Chelsea FC attacker will face opposition of a higher quality in the Premier League, a strong showing in the Red Devils games will help him build up momentum as the Blues enter a crucial period in their season.
While away on Belgium duty, the 24-year-old became the latest player to back Mourinho, while also confessing that he has not been able to come up with an explanation for his poor form, or indeed that of the teams.
Hazard acknowledges poor form, shows Mourinho support
The Belgian is yet to open his account in the Premier League, with his strike against Arsenal FC being ruled as a Calum Chambers own goal. However, Hazard seems to have found his goalscoring boots for the national team, scoring in both of their qualifying games in the previous international break.. [My form] could be better. Personally, it is not very good, but also the team (Chelsea) is in a dip.
Honestly, I do not know [the cause]. But is not that normal in a football career? Sometimes you happen to fall.
The interview appears to have been a fairly informal one, with Hazard also insisting that he wasnt upset by Mourinhos decision to bench him against FC Porto: I have no problems with [Mourinho putting me on the bench against Porto]. But Im not worried. For me it is the first time that the momentum is a little less
Champions League’s Crazy Eights predictions
October 11, 2015
The Madrid side are reveling in their one-point lead over the Catalans in La Liga standings, while Barca who tied Los Colchoneros 0-0 at the Vicente Caldron in January will host Madrid on the last game of the season at the Camp Nou with at least seasonal bragging rights on the line. Now the teams have international competition matches on April 1st and 9th to add to their servings.
Playing Barcelona at home when it matters is a daunting task, just ask any world class club save Bayern. Prediction: Real makes a meal of Dortmund, beating them decisively if perhaps not in as demoralizing a manner for Dortmund as some of the Real fans might want.
On the field, the teams match up well and each has the big guns to take over a m88 match or stop someone from so doing. Prediction: In the end Ibra progresses in the only stage left him to make good on his claim that the World Cup will miss him more than him it, and PSG will squeeze by Chelsea and into the semifinals. It was to be expected that with three Spanish Football teams in the pot two might just be drawn together and La Liga rivals Barcelona FC and Atletico Madrid obliged.
On the mirror side a potentially all-Brazilian defense of Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Alex, and Maxwell would have their hands full with the likes of Samuel Eto’o, Fernando Torres and Demba Ba, to pick three of Mou’s. In a year of mostly downer news for the Red Devils, and with a potential way out of the morass they have been mired in for so long, the final straw was delivered in the form of the injury to Robin Van Persie which will keep him out of uniform for the next six weeks.
Nothing in last year’s Champions League competition was more disturbing than the officiating of the match between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmnud at Westfalenstadion. Prediction: Barca moves on with a statement win at home despite lesser luck at the Calderon. And that may have been the gods’ kindness–an exit at the hands of the champs is no dishonor.
For Merengues fans the end result, a 2-0 win at home that yet meant going out 4-3 on aggregate when a single extra goal would have seen them through, was a bitter pill to swallow.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s PSG got to play the Only One’s Chelsea FC, Real Madrid got a grudge rematch with Borussia Dortmund, and Manchester United have the chance to make up for, if not erase from memory, a dismal season (by their standards) by eliminating all-world, super-club and cup holders Bayern Munich.
In the competition’s biggest clash of egos PSG’s Ibrahimovic and Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho get to face off in another entertaining match-up. David Moyes and troops, Bayern is a tough obstacle to surpass. This is well known Atletico that comes knocking and despite their domestic standing and growing international pedigree familiarity does breed contempt and Barca are not impressed. The Madrid side is playing its best football at just the right time and if they beat Barca on Sunday the high will carry them well into the Spring months.
To say that Barcelona and Atletico have had much to compete for lately is to understate their 2014 rivalry. Given how this season has gone though, this Sunday’s Clasico at the Bernabeu and/or May 18th’s match in Barcelona may well decide the domestic league title.
The draw for the 2014 Champions League final eight teams has some fantastic, some might say crazy, match ups. The uber-player and uber-coach have been kind to one another in public utterances and most recent writings you might peruse, but come play time these two are bound to offer up some memorable perspectives to accompany the application of their abundant football prowess.
Prediction: Pep Guardiola’s Bayern win comfortably, convincingly, but not by a KO–one has to believe that ManU has too much pride and experience to allow that to happen–this should be a unanimous decision instead.
Cristiano Ronaldo is having a career year to go along with his FIFA Ballon d’Or and a Champions League tournament win, as a precursor to bigger stages this summer is just what the Portuguese superstar wants and needs–la decima on his watch. The video speaks for itself but the Spanish side, many felt, had as much reason to complain as did the Malaga fans playing the same opponent the previous fortnight at the same stadium.
Without Robin, and despite having Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck back to their scoring ways of late, ManU simply is no match for the European club champs. Unfortunately, even if things were going swimmingly for poor Mr. A defensive roster of Petr Cech, Branislaw Ivanovic, Ashley Cole, David Luis and Gary Cahill, to pick a few potential starters, aided by the defensive minded Mou, should be a match for PSG coach Laurent Blanc’s attacking trio of Zlatan, Edinson Cavani, and Ezequiel Lavezzi.. But the gods have their ways and this year it is Real on the upswing and on a mission, and Dortmund is simply the cherry on top. Manchester United fans must be asking themselves if the gods are truly that cruel or that kind. This will be a hard fought tie with the Catalans prevailing as Lionel Messi rounds out into full-throttle shape at the right time and Neymar comes into his own at about the same time
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Manchester United and Liverpool FC is the Premier League’s fiercest rivalry
September 11, 2015
As he walked off the Liverpool man pointed the finger of blame at Sir Alex Ferguson, accusing him of influencing the referee’s decision.
Shelvey apologised after the game and Ferguson admitted he was impressed, telling the midfielder he had ‘a bit of b***s about him.’
Jonjo Shelvey points the finger of blame at Sir Alex Ferguson after being sent off in the September 2012 meeting at Anfield
PHONE CALL FOR ROONEY
Encounters between these two are usually settled by the fun88 odd goal and in January 2005 it was Wayne Rooney that settled it in United’s favour.
The England striker had just made the switch from Everton and was heckled throughout. Share or comment on this article
ByAdam Shergold for MailOnline
Published: 11:22 GMT, 10 September 2015 | Updated: 15:42 GMT, 10 September 2015
It has long been English football’s most combustible fixture, a contest liable to explode at any second after a malicious tackle or word out of turn.
Manchester United vs Liverpool is the Premier League’s answer to the ‘Clasico’, a rivalry between two cities on so many levels condensed into 90 minutes on the football pitch.
We’ve had full-scale melees, rash two-footed challenges, ranting and raving, and plenty of handbags.
Ahead of Saturday’s showdown at Old Trafford, we take a look back at 10 flashpoints in this fixture from the modern era.
EVRA AND SUAREZ
The most controversial incident of recent times saw Liverpool striker Luis Suarez fined 40,000 and banned for eight games after being found guilty of racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra in the Anfield contest on October 15, 2011.
A Football Association investigation found Suarez used the word ‘negro’ five times during an argument and concluded that the Uruguayan’s testimony was unreliable and inconsistent. Liverpool continued to protest his innocence.
The controversy rumbled on when the teams next met, with Suarez appearing to snub Evra’s handshake before the match, leading to further condemnation.
Luis Suarez (left) and Patrice Evra clash after the Liverpool striker racially abused the Manchester United defender in October 2011
Suarez, who was banned for eight games following an FA investigation, refused to shake Evra’s hand before the club’s next meeting
Evra celebrated in front of Suarez after Man United beat Liverpool 2-1 in the return fixture at Old Trafford later in the season
VIDIC’S RED CARDS
Nemanja Vidic didn’t exactly have the best disciplinary record against Liverpool, having been sent off four times between 2008 and 2014.
The first came in a 2-1 loss for United at Anfield in September 2008, leading with the elbow in an aerial duel with Xabi Alonso and earning a second yellow card.
The Vidic dismissal that remains in the memory came in Liverpool’s 4-1 win at Old Trafford in March 2009 when he finally snapped after an afternoon of being tormented by Fernando Torres, bringing down Steven Gerrard and seeing red.
Further dismissals followed at Anfield in October 2009 – making it three in as many games – and then in Liverpool’s 3-0 win at Old Trafford in the depths of the Moyes era in March 2014.
Vidic is shown the red card at Anfield back in September 2008, compounding United’s misery in a 2-1 defeat
This tackle on Steven Gerrard led to Vidic receiving another red card during Liverpool’s 4-1 win at Old Trafford in March 2009
And it was three-in-a-row when Vidic was dismissed in United’s 2-0 defeat on Merseyside back in October 2009
Vidic challenges Daniel Sturridge, earning his fourth red card against Liverpool, in their 3-0 win at Old Trafford in March 2014
KEANE AND FOWLER
This iconic photograph from the 1996 FA Cup Final sums up this fixture’s antagonism as Roy Keane and Robbie Fowler exchange words.
Hero worshipped at their respective clubs, there was no other contest they enjoyed more.
It was United’s day, winning 1-0 thanks to a late Eric Cantona winner and completing the Double for the second time in three seasons.
Robbie Fowler and Roy Keane exchange words during the 1996 FA Cup final at Wembley. It may have stalled United’s Treble challenge but the blow wasn’t fatal.
Denis Irwin is sent off by referee David Elleray for kicking the ball away as Liverpool fight back from two-down to draw in 1999
GERRARD’S RAPID RED
The 16th – and most recent – red card in this fixture came back in March when Steven Gerrard, facing United for the final time in a Red shirt, was dismissed just 38 seconds after coming on as a substitute.
The Liverpool skipper stamped on Ander Herrera, leaving referee Martin Atkinson little choice.
Steven Gerrard was sent off for this stamp on Ander Herrera during United’s 2-1 win at Liverpool back in March
The Liverpool captain, playing against Man United for the final time, was dismissed a mere 38 seconds after coming on as a substitute
There have been plenty of confrontations between the two sets of players over the years but the March 2011 meeting at Anfield seemed to specialise in them.
There was one after Jamie Carragher’s x-rated challenge on Nani and also when Rafael da Silva unwisely decided to pick a fight with the whole Liverpool side.
Nani is left with blood pouring from his shin after a rash challenge from Jamie Carragher (centre right) in the 2011 meeting at Anfield
The Liverpool defender only received a yellow card for his rash tackle, which came in a 3-1 victory for his side
Rafael da Silva decides to take on a group of Liverpool players during the same Premier League encounter
NEVILLE VS THE SCOUSERS
Gary Neville was never too fond of Liverpool Football Club, nor the city of Liverpool, nor the people of Liverpool.
Never the most popular figure on Merseyside, things escalated in 2006 when Neville marked Rio Ferdinand’s late winner at Old Trafford by running to the away section and kissing the badge on his shirt.
Various outspoken comments about Liverpool and clashes with Jamie Carragher, now his co-pundit on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football, did little to repair the damage.
Gary Neville didn’t endear himself to the Liverpool public after this public display of affection for United back in 2006
Neville’s outspoken antipathy towards Liverpool always ensured him a warm welcome at Anfield
And Neville’s many clashes with Liverpool favourite Carragher during their playing days did little to improve relations
RAFA’S ‘FACTS’ RANT
In one of the most surreal moments in Premier League history, Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez in January 2009 decided to launch an extraordinary critique of Sir Alex Ferguson.
During a rant that left many questioning the Spaniard’s sanity, he claimed Ferguson was the only manager in the Premier League who could escape punishment over disciplinary breaches, accused the Scot of playing ‘mind games’ because he was scared of Liverpool’s challenge and even suggested his United counterpart arranged the fixture list.
The infamous ‘facts’ speech was met with widespread ridicule.. All of a sudden, United look rattled and Irwin is shown a second yellow card by referee David Elleray for booting the ball away in an attempt to wind down the clock.
It proves costly, with United old boy Paul Ince popping up to equalise in the dying moments. An expensive fit of rage for one Liverpool fan.
Wayne Rooney is pelted with a mobile phone after celebrating in front of the Kop following his goal at Anfield in 2005
Rooney celebrates with Cristiano Ronaldo after scoring, responding to the abuse aimed his way following his switch from Everton
IRWIN SEES RED
May 1999 and Manchester United are closing in on their famous Treble triumph. Liverpool are determined to halt the trophy charge.
In a pulsating game played out to a febrile Anfield atmosphere, United take a two-goal lead through Dwight Yorke’s header and a Denis Irwin penalty.
But Liverpool rally and Jamie Redknapp halves the deficit midway through the second-half. United won the match 1-0 and lifted the trophy
SHELVEY AND FERGUSON
It was September 2012 and the Anfield fixture was played against the backdrop of the landmark publication of findings of an independent panel investigating the Hillsborough Disaster, raising hopes that justice might finally be achieved for ‘the 96′.
Before the match, United legend Sir Bobby Charlton presented flowers to Liverpool’s record scorer Ian Rush as opposing captains Gerrard and Ryan Giggs released 96 red balloons in memory of those who lost their lives.
But the goodwill went out the window on 39 minutes when Jonjo Shelvey lunged in two-footed at Jonny Evans and was shown a straight red card. And when his under-struck 25-yarder squirmed under Jerzy Dudek in the 21st minute, he knew how he was going to celebrate.
Running to the Kop, Rooney cupped his ears and was pelted with all kinds of objects, among them a mobile phone
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The Betfred Hungerford Stakes is a Group 2 race for runners aged 3 years and older, which is run over 7 furlongs at Newbury on Saturday, 13 August. The Hungerford Stakes is a Group 2 race run over 7 furlongs at Newbury in August, which is open to all horses aged 2 or above.
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During the past decade only 2 market leaders have obliged for a loss of 5….
With an average field size of just over 8 runners during the past decade, the Hungerford Stakes often provides an interesting puzzle for punters to assess.
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Free Fantasy Sports Streak Games and Contests with Cash and Prizes
August 25, 2016
Other prizes are available for smaller streaks.
Only having the option of picking one game a day makes this contest one of my favorites. Basketball and football include picking ATS (against the spread), which makes Covers.com the closest thing to actually betting on sports on this list.
. See the table to the right for a breakdown of the prizes.
Many of the picks are not just picking which team will win. We have found that during basketball season it was much easier to find a good pick than it has been during baseball season.
Covers.com is a sports betting information website that runs a free streak style contest with a top prize of $100,000. It doesn’t take a lot of time and it is a contest that a smart sports fan has a reasonable shot at winning. If you get your pick correct, your streak goes up. You do not have to pick everyday, but you must pick once every six days to keep your streak alive.
The ultimate goal is to build a streak of 24 correct picks for the overall grand prize of $100,000. My longest streak was seven in a row and my girlfriend had 11 in a row during basketball season. Each day you can make one pick from a list of games that Covers.com chooses. If you get it wrong, your streak resets to zero
Amazon’s top 10 books of 2014
August 25, 2016
“The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace: A Brilliant Young Man Who Left Newark for the Ivy League” by Jeff Hobbs
Amazon says: Quiet and beautiful, this novel about an unknowable teenage girl in a mixed-race family in the 1970s Midwest will make you cry.
Amazon says: Strong, brilliant stories about survival of something almost as dangerous as war itself-its aftermath. .
Amazon says: At once extremely personal and culturally wise, this reported memoir will change the way you think about race, class and the meaning of friendship.
9. There are 31 authors who have graced Amazon’s Best Books of the Year lists before.
2. “Revival” by Stephen King
Amazon says: Moriarty dazzles with another novel about “ordinary” Australian families and the secrets they keep.
4. A historical “The Perfect Storm.”
In making its selection, the editorial team read 480 books. 7. “Savage Harvest: A Tale of Cannibals, Colonialism, and Michael Rockefeller’s Tragic Quest for Primitive Art” by Carl Hoffman
Amazon says: A beautiful, atmospheric story about two young people, one French, one German, growing up on the eve of World War II.
For Amazon’s Top 100 List of 2014 go to amazon.com/bestbooks2014
Here’s Amazon’s Top 10 Books of 2014:
Amazon says: The best kind of King book: a little horror, but mostly pitch perfect details about youth and faith and family.
3. “Station Eleven” by Emily St. “The Book of Unknown Americans” by Cristina Henríquez
Amazon says: The ultimate adventure story, but with a touch of romance and intrigue. “In the Kingdom of Ice: The Grand and Terrible Polar Voyage of the USS Jeannette” by Hampton Sides
6. “Everything I Never Told You” by Celeste Ng
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10. “Big Little Lies” by Liane Moriarty
1. John Mandel
Amazon says: The Rockefeller clan might not have wanted to believe it, but author Hoffman is convincing about what led to the scion’s death. “All the Light We Cannot See” by Anthony Doerr
Amazon says: Told in the many voices of the Latin American tenants of one apartment complex in Delaware, this novel illuminates several different kinds of immigrant experience.
There are 17 debut authors in the top 100, and two in the top 10. “Redeployment” by Phil Klay
Amazon says: Set in the not-so-distant future, this apocalyptic novel is surprisingly hopeful in its depiction of a culture that both mocks and mourns its disappeared past.
The editorial team at Amazon has read over a quarter of a million pages this year and have condensed them all down to just one: Its list of the Top 100 Books of 2014. It’s not pretty… but it IS fascinating
Crime gangs launder $140 billion through sports betting
August 22, 2016
Eaton, a former head of security at FIFA, said the changes have made suspect betting patterns harder to spot.
“The problem is getting worse,” Mohammed Hanzab, president of the ICSS, said in his opening speech at the Sorbonne on Thursday.
Soccer and cricket were identified as the sports most threatened by criminals seeking to rig the gambling market but tennis, basketball, motor racing and badminton were also affected, according to the report, which is based on a two-year research.
Technology and live television have transformed the sports betting market in recent years, allowing viewers to bet on a wider range of events and gamble in real time as a match progresses.
A number of soccer leagues have been hit by match-fixing scandals in recent years and three Pakistani cricketers were jailed for a plot to deliberately bowl no balls during a test match against England at Lord’s in 2010.
Among solutions, the report recommended a sports betting tax to finance investigations into match-fixing and closer cooperation between betting companies and sporting bodies.
The report, compiled by the ICSS think-tank and the Sorbonne university in Paris, said that 80 percent of global sports betting was being carried out on illegal markets, placing it beyond the reach of regulators and investigators.
According to the report, 53 per cent of the illegal betting comes from Asia, while 49 per cent of the legal market is based in Europe.
“It’s too important to be left to the bite of compromise,” said Eaton.
“The rapid evolution of the global sports betting market has seen an increased risk of infiltration by organised crime and money laundering,” said Chris Eaton of the Qatar-based International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS).
“If we do nothing sport will become to be seen as an arena of corruption.”
(Reporting by Julien Pretot and Keith Weir, Editing by Ed Osmond/Amlan Chakraborty)
Several territories were identified as “sports betting havens”, with England topping the list with 114 online betting licences granted, ahead of Malta (86).
PARIS Criminals are using betting on sports events to launder $140 billion each year, a report said on Thursday, exposing a lack of effective regulation that allows match-fixing to spread.
Ultimate Fight Night 21 Betting Odds and Parlay Advice
August 22, 2016
That means if you bet $10 you would win $22 if all those fighters win on the card. So the mma betting line of -300 for Roy Nelson may seem bad but I consider him a lock to win this fight. Let’s talk about some of these fights and where there is an opportunity to possibly make some money.
When we see Gleison Tibau vs Caol Uno it will probably be the smallest lightweight in the UFC against the largest lightweight. If you feel like placing the money down it wouldn’t be a horrible move to bet on Tibau or Nelson straight up. I didn’t list them yet because usually for undercard fights BetUS waits to release the lines until the day of the event or sometimes the night before on bigger cards.
From a personal standpoint I would recommend a minimum bet on the 4-fight parlay mentioned above, a minimum bet on a Florian and Quarry parlay and a decent bet on the Nelson and Tibau parlay. Jorge Rivera has been given plenty of chances in the UFC but seemingly loses every fight against name opponents like Chris Leben and Martin Kampmann.
I’m probably a little more sold on the betting odds for the fight between Nate Quarry and Jorge Rivera on Ultimate Fight Night 21 (UFN 21). If you want to get right down to it often than a close decision I cannot see how Stefan Struve wins this fight. As in most cases though these odds are so large for a reason. Jacob Volkmann has the overall game to keep from getting schooled on the ground by Torres but his weight cut is something to keep in mind fighting for 155 for the first time. I think Roy Nelson has too much power, too much experience and has the edge standing up or on the ground. But the odds do reflect how many people think about the fighters.
It’s worth noting that there are more fights than what was listed above in the article. I feel that this fight was a bit too soon for Stefan Struve who is so young and still developing as a fighter. He has huge wrestling and BJJ credentials both of which will likely be tested big time against Gerald Harris. I was lucky to hop on the early mma betting lines at BetUS and get Tibau around -200. I consider myself a fan of both fighters and really was upset to see them matched together at this point in their careers. I know that some people stay away from parlays.
Here today I want to take a look at some betting odds and parlay lines for the upcoming Ultimate Fight Night 21 (UFN 21) UFC event. These are from BetUS where they offer some of the best mma gambling options in the business. I’m talking about mma betting parlays and there are some good ones here on this Ultimate Fight Night 21 UFC event. Kenny Florian has looked every bit as a top lightweight runner-up to BJ Penn as he has easily beaten tough guys like Clay Guida, Joe Stevenson and Roger Huerta. Gleison Tibau walks around around 185 pounds whereas Caol Uno weighs right at the 155 pound mark. But there are some interesting ones to pay attention to and see the initial lines when they come out.
The fight that immediately stood out once the lines were released for Ultimate Fight Night 21 was Roy Nelson vs Stefan Struve. Just like the odds with Roy Nelson I feel that Gleison Tibau is nearly a lock to win this fight. But the mma parlay that I feel the best about in terms of betting on this event is Roy Nelson and Gleison Tibau with a payout of nearly even odds around -120.. The size and strength are just gonna be way too much of a factor in this fight.
Kenny Florian (-300) vs Takanori Gomi (+220)
Roy Nelson (-300) vs Stefan Struve (+220)
Nate Quarry (-300) vs Jorge Rivera (+220)
Gleison Tibau (-300) vs Caol Uno (+220)
Ross Pearson (-230) vs Dennis Siver (+180)
Yushin Okami (-550) vs Lucio Linhares (+375)
If you look at the fights above that are expected to be shown during the Ultimate Fight Night 21 (UFN 21) UFC broadcast there are some big lines and bloated odds. I don’t think that Jorge Rivera can get this fight down and keep it down long enough to finish while Nate Quarry can land some big bombs standing up and turn off the lights for Rivera. Meanwhile Nate Quarry has beaten everybody he has fought in the last 6 years with the exception of Rich Franklin and Demian Maia. Can you guess how big of a favorite Brock Lesnar is over Shane Carwin at UFC 116?
Now here comes the interesting part of the conversation. I feel this fight will go the same way but Takanori Gomi has a chance to end it with some good striking power. This fight is destined to go to the ground and probably just as likely to go to a decision. If you’re interested feel free to click the link at the bottom of the article to join the site.
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The other fights on this card that I feel are worth a look are Kenny Florian vs Takanori Gomi and Nate Quarry vs Jorge Rivera. But if you like those mma betting odds and parlays then feel free to check out BetUS at the link below where they also have more odds like UFC 112. Then you have Mario Miranda a guy that many people feel is gonna have a huge coming out party on this event.
The thought in the mma community is that Jacob Volkmann and Mario Miranda have the possibility to be solid underdogs in their fights against Ronnys Torres and Gerald Harris. Unlike many other sites there you can parlay fights together to increase your chances of winning some money. The first one is a 4-fighter parlay consisting of Gleison Tibau, Roy Nelson, Nate Quarry and Kenny Florian with a payout of 2.2 to 1 or +220. I don’t feel as confident about these the odds for these Ultimate Fight Night 21 matchups
Gambling in Havana – The storied history of U.S.-Cuba relations – Pictures
August 21, 2016
As President Obama makes a historic visit to CubaMarch 20-22, 2016, the first by a U.S. President Barack Obama (R) and Cuban President Raúl Castro shake hands at the start of their meeting at the UN General Assembly in New York, September 29, 2015, another step towards a new relationship between the two countries. and Cuba broke off diplomatic relations 54 years ago, the two countries had a long, intertwined history including leading figures such as Fidel Castro, John F. By CBSNews.com senior photo editor Radhika Chalasani
Before the U.S. Kennedy, Ernest Hemingway, Jackie Robinson and Lucky Luciano.
On December 17, 2014, the U.S. and Cuba agreed to re-establish diplomatic relations and open economic and travel ties, marking a historic shift in U.S. president in nearly nine decades, we take a look back at the storied history between the two countries the last time we had diplomatic relations with the island nation.
In this photo, U.S. policy toward the communist island after a half-century of enmity dating back to the Cold War. Two years ago, the leaders met and shook hands during the memorial service for former South African President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg on December 10, 2013 – the first public greeting between an American president and a Cuban leader since the Cuban revolution.
10 Tips for Betting on Football
August 21, 2016
“As for me, the best bet in football is betting the point spread or over/under totals on individual games.
Newspapers and popular sports sites routinely publish the lines or point spreads for games, and football insiders offer their picks to viewers each week on ESPN and other cable networks. There are almost an infinite number of scenarios that can happen in a single football game. The NFL, for example, will have very similar numbers at most of the betting shops you visit. “Most people prefer to bet on the ‘better’ team, the one that will probably win the game. “There will be more discrepancy in the numbers at different sports books. Chasing losses is the fastest way to the poor house.”
So, how much are we gambling each football season?
“The standard bet requires gamblers to lay $11 for every $10 they want to win with the extra $1 or 10 percent known as the juice,” Konik says. “He is not jaded by teams and does not bet with his heart. The only locks that exist are those that need keys to open them.”. Also, being “in action” can make a dull late-afternoon game (Buffalo vs.
But that doesn’t mean you have to bet like a “square” and throw away your hard-earned money.
Also, it’s probably a good idea to disregard advice from the myriad of ex-players and football experts you see on television each week. “If you listen to their advice, you are sure to lose.
“A square is the average, unsophisticated gambler whose decision making is based on hunches, media manipulation, or spurious systems that cannot overcome the bookmaker’s inherent mathematical advantage,” Konik explains. In fact, sports bettors must pick 52.4 percent winners just to break even.”
“In an average season, fewer than one bettor in twelve turns a profit,” Gordon says. “Thus, the bookies love and cherish the squares.”
Although exact figures are impossible to calculate, according to Jimmy Vaccaro, widely considered to be Las Vegas’ most influential bookmaker, Americans probably wager more than $50 billion a year on NFL and college football combined. “Because alcohol clouds your judgment and usually helps you to make rash decisions you usually wouldn’t otherwise make. There is a wealth of information on the Internet; it is just up to you to find it and research it daily.”
Michael Konik, a sports writer and best-selling author of The Smart Money (Simon & Schuster 2006), explains why it is so hard for the recreational gambler to win at betting on football.
“Most people with an understanding of football gambling bet between 3 percent and 5 percent of their bankroll, increasing when they win and reducing when they lose,” Vaccaro says. “Teams play inspired ball at home. They use powerful computers that can process millions of bits of data and produce a more accurate point-spread line than the bookmakers.”
Ted Sevransky, a well-known Las Vegas gambler and sports consultant with Sportsmemo.com, agrees.
3. “If you become an expert on a smaller conference like the WAC, you have a good chance to beat the house because sports book operators do not have the time or resources to follow this conference the way you can. On college you will be able to find different lines at different sports books.
Another difference between squares and sharps is how they approach betting on game day.
1. If North Texas is his best bet on a Saturday then that is his bet.
7. “In the NFL, a game will often be totally turned around by one or two plays, or even a single penalty. If you like an underdog, it is best to get your bet in as late as possible, where there is heavy action from squares on favorites. “Over the course of several seasons, the percentage of bettors who turn a profit is minuscule.”
“The talking heads on TV know nothing about sports betting,” says Sevransky.
However, Konik adds that there are some bettors who actually know how to beat the bookies. “For example, if you have a $1,000 bankroll for the season, you should generally bet no more than $50 a game.”
6. The only touts bettors should consider are the ones who talk about the long haul and realistic winning percentages, which are in the upper 50 percent to lower 60 percent range.”
But even though the math says it’s virtually impossible to win on a consistent basis, Americans continue to bet on football.
So, is it possible for the average square to become a little sharper in making football bets this season? According to professionals like Vacarro, Konik and Gordon, amateur bettors have the best chance to win if they demonstrate a little patience and follow the 10 basic tips below. Research Football Services – “Most sports services realize that most people who sign up with them are insecure,” Gordon warns. Thanks to the juice, the only one who profits in this scenario is the bookmaker. Big underdogs often find ways to cover the spread and they rarely give up toward the end of a game in front of the home crowd.”
“The biggest mistake that amateur bettors make is they increase their bets when they are losing,” Sevransky says. Not all games work according to this formula, but it is usually a good rule of thumb.”
And remember, in the immortal words of “Fast” Eddie Felson, “Money won is twice as sweet as money earned.”
“A square or recreational player might have a vague plan, but after two Corona’s he will definitely run to the window and make a hasty decision on the USC-Notre Dame game because he wants to be involved in the party atmosphere,” Vaccaro says. Money Management – “This is without a doubt the most important aspect of betting on sports and possibly the most neglected,” says Morey “Doc” Moseman, a professional gambler and sports consultant with DocSports.com for nearly 40 years. If you want advice about sports betting, find someone who has a successful track record. To be a successful sports bettor you need to operate with a clear mind.”
5. “The key to proper money management is to be sure not to bet more than you can afford to lose.”
Certainly not back into the pockets of the average bettor. “When you’re in a good rhythm and winning, you want to increase your bets. Otherwise, you’re better off doing your own research.”
“The bookies fear and despise a tiny coterie of professional bettors known as ‘the sharps,’” Konik says.
Moseman agrees and especially likes home underdogs. So underdogs tend to be slightly undervalued – except by the sharps.”
Betting on football games; whether it’s through a local bookie, an offshore Internet site or a Nevada casino (still the only legal place in America to make football bets), most of us have done it or know of someone who has. These books change their numbers according to the betting patterns of their customers, so it is not entirely uncommon to find two or three point differences in the lines.”
“A sharp or smart has a plan of what he wants to do,” says Vaccaro, the director of sports operations and public relations at Lucky’s Race and Sports Book in Las Vegas. Shop For Numbers – “Another important aspect of betting on football is shopping for the best number,” Moseman explains. Giving 11 to 10 odds is almost always the cheapest price you can give.”
9. The payout is just the same as far as he is concerned.
Even Hollywood is not immune – think Two for the Money with Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey.
So, how much should you bet a game?
And where does all that money go?
While these tips don’t guarantee you’re going to win, hopefully they can make you a little less square and a little more sharp in your picks this season. Consider Underdogs – “In the long-run, it’s easier to win betting on the underdog,” Konik says. Locks Don’t Exist – “Anyone who has watched sports for about a month realizes that the difference between winning and losing, especially against the spread, can be infinitesimally small,” Gordon says. And why not? We have unconditional love for the sport and betting $50 or $100 on a game adds an extra rush of adrenaline. “Common wisdom says that over the course of a long football season the average man or woman will pick approximately 50 percent winners. If you are going to go with a favorite, it is best to place your bet early in the week when the sharps are laying heavy money on the points. Drinking and Gambling Don’t Mix – “There is a reason the casinos in Las Vegas supply you with free drinks while you are gambling,” Moseman says. Slim underdogs regularly win outright. “The sharps are usually members of a betting syndicate privy to the most up-to-date information on injuries, weather, game plans, and, most important, the real power of the teams involved.
“There is probably no better bet in sports than playing an underdog at home,” Moseman says. He loses year after year, according to Dan Gordon, a top football handicapper and author of How to Beat the Sports Books (Cardoza Publishing 2005). But, when you’re struggling, that’s when you want to reduce your bet size until you get out of your slump. Bet at the Right Time – “The sharp bettors tend to bet underdogs, and they tend to bet them early,” Moseman says. He is not taken in by being involved in USC-Notre Dame just because it is the biggest watched game of the day. Oakland comes to mind) seem like the Super Bowl. Avoid Exotic Bets – “For very skilled handicappers, with a proven track record, there can, at least in theory, be value in betting parlays,” says Gordon on the type of bet that combines two or more individual wagers. “In trying to bamboozle potential customers, many services make claims about having scouts all over the country that give them inside information and promise 70 or even 80 percent winners, as if the bookmakers were the biggest suckers in the world. Avoid Chasing Bets – “Don’t do it! There is no worse way to mismanage your bankroll than to chase your bets after a losing day,” cautions Moseman on the dangerous practice of trying to immediately win back your losses. “Squares usually bet later in the week and they tend to pick the favorites. Focus on Conferences – “The best way to win money betting football is to develop a niche and follow it closely,” Moseman advises
Spider Fighting and Gambling in the Philippines
August 20, 2016
“2 minors killed over spider-fighting bet”
Sept.03,2010 Negros Occidental, Philippines
Fights would be arrange after school or even during school hours if we could manage to play hooky.The fights were stage in hidden and out of the way places far from parental eyes.Gambling was always involve and most of our lunch money went into it. Fistfights were not uncommon and going home with a bruised eye and soiled or torn school uniform resulted in the discovery of our illicit activities and the accompanying consequences. A bill or two missing from a parent’s wallet. Needless to say, a lot of us got to taste the leathery sting of a belt. :))
“Man killed, one hurt over spider-fighting”
Heated arguments from hot heads sometimes occur because some boy felt he was cheated or welsh on a bet. they are feed with insects but we avoid feeding them before a fight to make them more aggressive
Over an unpaid 5 peso bet (10 cents) a 15 year old stab to death a 13 year old boy. Some petty larceny was sometimes resorted to acquire the necessary stake money. Although it never deteriorated to such tragic outcome as the news stories below:
We stabled them in empty matchboxes or in a specially constructed box which usually have separate cells to house several spiders. Upon learning of his son’s death, the father sought out his son’s killer and hacked him to death with a jungle bolo.
A spider fight in a local town ended in tragedy with one man killed and another wounded after an argument over a disputed bet.The suspect armed with a handgun fired point blank at the head of his opponent killing him instantly and wounded another as he fled the scene of the crime.
Sept 20,2010 Liloan town,northern Cebu,Philippines. Occasionally we were found out because of a tattletale schoolmate (usually a girl)
Sports Betting Picks for Parlays
August 20, 2016
Finding some good plays on a full slate of NBA action.
2013 NFL season wrapup
Taking a look back at the breakdown of ParlayCity’s picks this season.
Super Bowl prop parlays
Unearthing some correlated prop bet parlays for Super Bowl XLVIII.
Super Bowl line analysis
Oddsmakers opened the Seahawks as 1-point favorites over the Broncos.
AFC title game parlay leg
When a total opens in the mid-50s, the first lean should usually be to the under.
NFC title game parlay leg
Oddsmakers seem to be begging for action on Seattle, which may be a sign in itself.
Line report: Championship Weekend
Predicting the market is key this time of year, so which direction will the lines move?
Chargers-Broncos parlay leg
Oddsmakers aren’t buying into the resurgence of the Chargers, but should bettors?
Line analysis: Divisional Weekend
With last week’s games still resonating, the public has hopped on Divisional ‘dogs.
Saints-Seahawks parlay leg
In a rematch of Seattle’s 34-7 blowout in Week 13, a total sticks out in this one.
Correlated 49ers-Panthers parlay
Similar to Saints-Eagles, the road team has everything going for it in this matchup.
AFC Wild Card parlay
Totals are wild in playoff rematches between the two pairs of AFC foes.
Correlated Saints-Eagles parlay
Side/total correlation is a great starting point for parlays, and this game is a prime example.
Line analysis: Wild-Card Weekend
Three of the four games opened around the key number of 3, which is significant.
High-value Super Bowl matchups
Examining a handful of future matchups that boast significant bang for the buck.
Week 17 oddities and picks
Week 17 is always tough to handicap, so where can some value be found?
Line shifts caused by Rodgers, Romo
The books protected themselves in the case of Green Bay, but weren’t so lucky with Dallas.
NFL playoff picture | Week 16 picks
A look at some wide-open playoff races and best bets on the Week 16 slate.
Line analysis: Colts-Chiefs
The public loves the Chiefs, so why are some prominent books not moving the line?
Finding value in Super Bowl odds
Unearthing some realistic long-shot bets as the NFL playoffs draw closer.
Home ‘dogs barking | Week 15 NFL picks
Week 15 is looking like it could be a goldmine for bettors who like getting points.
Line analysis: Texans-Colts
Among five Week 15 divisional rematches, Texans-Colts has seen some early movement.
NFL playoff picture/Week 14 picks
A look at the playoff races and best plays on the Week 14 slate.
Hot ‘dog: NFL Week 14
For those able to stomach backing Eli Manning, the Giants boast moneyline value.
Denver opened as double-digit favorites, but is Tennessee the side to ride?
Line analysis: Dolphins-Steelers
With the key number of 3 in play, this game could be a major headache for the books.
Week 13 line moves and picks
Tracking the sharp money in Vegas before highlighting the best bets of Week 13.
Thanksgiving storylines and picks
Taking a closer look at a Turkey Day slate that has rapidly gained intrigue.
Situational betting/Week 12 picks
Highlighting the best situational plays on the Week 12 slate.
Benefits of in-game wagering
Often lost in the sports gambling shuffle is that the betting doesn’t end with kickoff.
NFL playoff picture/Week 11 picks
Checking in with ParlayCity’s best plays, as well as a look at the playoff races.
Hot ‘dog: NFL Week 11
The Patriots are underdogs at Carolina, which could spell bad news for the Panthers.
Good action picks: NFL Week 10
The Week 10 slate is the most robust to date, so what are the best plays?
Good action picks: NFL Week 9
Checking in with ParlayCity’s best plays on another meager NFL slate.
Laying favorites: A recipe for success?
The NFL has long prided itself on its parity. But does that mean Carolina is the play?
Totals to Target: NFL Week 7
Here are a few solid totals to throw into your parlays for Week 7.
Hot ‘dogs: NFL Week 6
Checking in with ParlayCity’s best plays on the moneyline underdog for Week 6.
Line analysis: Jaguars-Broncos
A closer look at this game’s record-breaking line and what side the wiseguys are playing.
Hot ‘dogs: NFL Week 5
Taking the weekly inventory of solid moneyline underdog plays across the NFL.
Hot ‘dogs: NFL Week 4
Here’s a handful of solid value plays on the moneyline underdog for this week’s NFL slate.
Pulling out a few solid plays from an eight-game NBA lineup.
NBA picks: Tuesday, Feb.
Good action picks: NFL Week 8
The pickins are slim in Week 8, so where can some value be found?
Line analysis: Panthers-Bucs
The Panthers are rolling, the Bucs are reeling. But something has happened this year. 26
A variety of plays on Wednesday’s NBA schedule.
NBA picks: Saturday, Feb.
Correlated Super Bowl parlay
The Patriots are hungry for that elusive fourth ring.
Super Bowl prop betting tips
A few things to keep in mind while going through the process of betting props.
Championship Weekend picks
The Patriots have their sights squarely on the sixth Super Bowl of the Tom Brady era.
Divisional Weekend picks
Cowboys-Packers is shaping up as a close and high-scoring affair.
Wild Card picks
Points should be hard to come by for both the Cardinals and Panthers.
Correlated Wild Card parlay
The Ravens are going to be hard-pressed to halt Pittsburgh’s air attack.
Week 17 picks
Backing Aaron Rodgers at Lambeau Field is generally a good play.
Diagnosing sharp money
Sharp money comes in many forms, and a bookmaker’s job is to keep up with it all.
Week 16 picks
The Cardinals’ defense is peaking, but their opponents are playing even better.
Week 15 picks
It’s a hat and T-shirt game for the Patriots, which is usually bad news for the opponent.
Week 14 picks
Raiders-Niners is one of two matchups where points will likely be at a premium.
Benefits of fading the public
Something all NFL handicappers have in common is fading the public.
Week 12 picks
Andrew Luck and the Colts are mad after getting thumped by the Patriots.
Week 11 picks
The time has come to hop on the backs of the game’s elite quarterbacks.
Week 10 picks
Megatron is back, but the defense has been the catalyst of Detroit’s success.
Playoff picture/Week 9 picks
Whenever Brady and Manning square off, playoff position is at stake.
What is ‘steam’ in betting?
Delving into the concept of a steam game, and how it affects the sportsbooks.
Week 8 picks
Backing the Jets is never fun, but the spot may actually be favoring them for once.
Bad beats and Week 7 picks
After a week highlighted by bad beats, bettors can expect a return to the norm.
NFL Week 6 picks
The pendulum of the betting market continues to swing back and forth on the Patriots.
Book adjustments/Week 5 picks
Week 5 looks to boast solid value on the ‘dogs, as well as some totals.
Parity and Week 4 picks
Bettors should be mindful that things aren’t always what they seem in September.
Taking advantage of line shading
Most sportsbooks practice line shading, which creates profitable opportunities for bettors.
NFL Week 3 picks
Moneyline value on one of the game’s best quarterbacks highlights the Week 3 picks.
Overreactions/Week 2 picks
Overreacting to Week 1 outcomes in the NFL plays right into the hands of oddsmakers.
Live betting an early focal point
In-game wagering boasts exceptional value, which was already on display in Week 1.
NFL Week 1 betting strategy/picks
Highlighting conflicting Week 1 betting philosophies and the year’s first set of picks.
NBA exact series results: Round 2
A few exact series results to consider in the second round, along with Game 1 picks.
NBA Finals future matchups
The Thunder are odds-on favorites to reach the Finals, so who could join them?
Tips for NBA Finals future betting
Wagering on specific matchups in the NBA Finals can be a profitable strategy.
NBA playoff picks: Game 3s
Short road favorites should make for good plays this weekend – with one exception.
NBA picks: Saturday, April 12
The Celtics are banged up and angling for the best possible draft pick.
NBA picks: Friday, April 11
This is the time of year to ride the surging teams and fade the tankers.
NBA picks: Friday, April 4
Rounding into playoff form, the Heat headline Friday’s NBA plays.
NCAA/NBA picks: Friday, March 28
Finding some good plays from Friday’s Sweet 16 action and a full NBA slate.
NBA picks: Saturday, March 15
Pulling a few value plays out of a limited night of NBA action.
NBA picks: Saturday, March 8
Pulling a few plays out of a limited Saturday night NBA slate.
NBA picks: Monday, March 3
It’s gut-check time for a few teams, but how will that translate for bettors?
NBA picks: Saturday, March 1
Finding some good plays on a full weekend slate of NBA action.
NBA picks: Friday, Feb. 28
Targeting some value plays on a big night of NBA action.
NBA picks: Wednesday, Feb
Themes, Supplies, Decorations, Gifts, and More
August 19, 2016
You can purchase large wooden or chipboard numbers at any big box craft store. Create a gift basket filled with nostalgia items from the recipient’s childhood or youth.
If you are attending a 40th birthday and are interested in bringing a gift, you certainly don’t have to bring a gift with a 40th theme. Many people choose to use suckers or blow pops to make this gift.
40 Rocks. Take 40 helium filled balloons and attach a photo of the birthday man or woman to each balloon with one picture from each year of his or her life.
Retro gift basket. There are numerous options for decorating and personalizing them. The less popular but just as fun 40 Rocks gift with Pop Rocks instead of suckers is also a great gift.
40 Photos. However, if you would like to do that, consider the following fun options:
. This is not one of my personal favorites, as I prefer to take a more positive attitude about birthdays, but it’s one of the most popular birthday gift ideas out there. Consider recording favorite quotes or memories or decorating them ahead of time and then letting the party guest sign them.
40 Sucks or 40 Blows. Decorated “4″ and “0″ numbers