Football is the most widely wagered on sport in the USA, maybe even in the world. In other sport is the point spread so widely watched, even by those who do not necessarily make wagers with sports books.
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Motor racing has become a hugely popular spectator sport all over the world in the past 50 years and nothing is as prestigious as the Formula One world championship. This series sees 22 drivers go head to head over 20 races to see who is the fastest driver in the world.
The vast majority of bettors end up losing money on sports betting, mainly because they have no concept of what a ‘value bet’ is. Value betting is easy to describe but extremely difficult to quantify as you need to have knowledge of the sport in question and experience in the world of betting.
Believe it or not, there is one sure-fire method of winning money through sports betting though as you can imagine, such opportunities are rare. This technique is known as arbitrage betting and you don’t even need to be interested in sport to make money from this method.
Whilst most bets will require us to place money down and hope that it successful, there are certain times when bookmakers will make special offers providing a free-bet when someone spends a specific amount on the site. These offers will apply at different times and on different occasions so it’s important to be aware of what the offer is and what’s needed to get the free bet. So how does it all work?
Tennis is one of those sports that keeps going all year round which means that we’re always going to hear about it or watch it whenever and wherever. This means that it’s one of the most popular sports to take a punt on and see if it comes up trumps.
Whilst some people may not see it as the most glamorous of sports, greyhound racing has provided value-for-money entertainment for millions of people for decades. Having originated in the UK at the start of the 20th century, the sport’s popularity has spread across the globe with the sport also gaining popularity in Europe, Asia and America.
Whilst standard football might set the bookie market alights in the UK, Australian rules or Aussie rules, is what makes the headlines Down Under. Aussie rules matches constantly fills many of Australia’s biggest stadiums as teams battle over 4 periods to win both local and national bragging rights at the end of the match.
Cricket has one of the most heavily played ‘in-play’ betting markets of any sport due to the nature of the game where the whole momentum of a match can turn in an instant.