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Who Will Win The 2008 Super Bowl?
--While Michael Vickís plea bargain dominates the headlines on the sports and news websites North America over, there is an NFL season that teams are prepping for.
NFC South Preview and Predictions
--The NFL Preseason is but a memory now and each team is gearing up for the real games that start in just two days.
NFL Preseason Match-up Analysis
--Donít let anyone tell you there is one method for handicapping games. There are many different ways to analyze what might happen: Trends, emotion, situational handicapping, match-ups, coaching, revenge, or home/field dichotomy. Itís even OK to use a mixture at times.
Nailing The Over In The NFC......
--Everywhere you turn there is much talked and written about how to profit this season when wagering on football. Most is focused on side plays as opposed to totals.
NFL Teams With New Looks
--NFL Preseason is approaching. Time for players, coaches, and teams to turn over a new leaf. General managers have hired some new coaches, while coaches have added some offensive and defensive assistants to try and improve things.
NBA Ref Scandal A Black-eye For Gaming Industry
--The recent headlines for the NBA with referee Tim Donaghy must be a hard pill to swallow for NBA commissioner David Stern, who HATES the gambling industry. For the NBA it is an "integrity issue", much like baseball had with Pete Rose pertaining to gambling, and now with the on-going steroid issue.
What is a Sports Service?
--I have been asked by friends of mine over the years, radio station managers, programmers, IT Internet guys, people I meet on the street, and guys I meet in sportsbooks, "what exactly is a sports service?"
Betting On The Next President
--On November 4, 2008, the United States will choose a new president in one of the most anticipated elections in history.
Bet on Kobe to Leave L.A.
--Superstar tells Lakers to deal me or else you'll be stuck dealing with me.
Should Sportsbooks Share Bettor Information?
--Much like David Lee Roth and Eddie Van Halen, sports and gambling have long had an unsteady alliance and history has taught us that the relationship usually tends to be on the rocky side.
Don't Believe the Hype
--Trust your own judgment when betting on the 2007 NBA Finals
NBA Finals Preview: Don't Believe the Hype
--Trust your own judgment when betting on the 2007 NBA Finals.
Gambling And The People's Republic Of China
--This past week saw the resignations of three executives who had been detained by police this past April for their involvement with Betex, a Chinese lottery scratch card and gaming software operator.
Baseball Changes, Moods and Injuries
--One aspect of handicapping thatís important to focus in on, especially now that we are several weeks into the season, is the mood of a team.
Baseball Handicapping Tips
--There are a lot of fantasy baseball leagues and players around the country. Drafting and analyzing players on a day to day basis is an excellent tool for handicapping baseball games.
Taking Pleasure In Paris Hilton's Pain
--If youíre a reader of the tabloids, and unfortunately even if youíre not, youíve no doubt heard the name Paris Hilton.
Should Sportsbooks Share Bettor Information?
--Much like David Lee Roth and Eddie Van Halen, sports and gambling have long had an unsteady alliance and history has taught us that the relationship usually tends to be on the rocky side.
Preakness Is a Most Historic Triple Crown Jewel
--Ulysses S. Grant was president, the U.S. population was 38,558,371 and there were 37 states when Pimlico Race Course opened in Baltimore.
Local Bookies Now Back In The Spotlight, For The Worse!
--With anti-gambling legislation in force on the Internet, and recent developments in a recent bust and 4 arrests in Phoenix AZ, it is apparent the governments efforts have once again clouded the sports gaming scene with the stark reality that gamblers are forced to seedy outlets for their wagering in lieu of going offshore in a controlled and regulated environment, and a good system of checks and balances.
NFL Draft 2007: What Does It Take To Be No. 1?
--If you were able to delve into the mind of Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, oh the sights you would see.
Online Gambling, Marketing and Licensing
--As anyone who follows professional sports will tell you itís all in the marketing.
NBA Playoff Preview: Q&A Period
--Before the playoffs begin, we try to answer some of the lingering questions that have been floating around the NBA.
U.S. Backing Itself Into A Corner?
--On March 30th 2007, the Geneva-based WTO (World Trade Organization) handed down its latest ruling in the ongoing dispute between Antigua/Barbuda and the USA over legality of U.S. Internet gambling restrictions.
Baseball Betting: Free Passes
--One often overlooked avenue of baseball is the free pass, players drawing walks or pitchers issuing too many four-ball freebies. From a handicapping point of view, this can reap benefits, especially this time of year with the beginning of a brand new season.
UK Remote Duty May Mean "Let's Haggle"
--This past week brought some pretty heavy spring showers insofar as the UK gambling industry was concerned. The month started off well enough with the dropping of a ban on casino advertising, but bad news followed in two waves.
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