‘General Sports Betting’ Archive

THE POSTMAN – HE DELIVERS! April 18, 2014 Comments Off

Hello folks, it’s The Postman here delivering all your Best Bets for the Saturday’s afternoon of Group 1 glory! It’s the Championships at Royal Randwick and the $4m Dollar Queen Elizabeth. One could be forgiven for thinking we are at Wimbledon without the covers! They play on grass, we play on mud although the forecast [...]

Pretend Bookmakers March 9, 2011 1 Comment

This blogger is enraged at the pretend bookmakers parading around the internet . Its time that someone says something about the appalling state of the Australian bookmaking industry. One that advertises itself as Australias biggest bookmaker has like many of its counterparts been bought by an English company and this is bad news for ANYONE [...]

Online Betting on Three of the Best March 1, 2011 Comments Off

The 2011 racing season promises to be one of the most exciting for the racing enthusiast but one of the worst for the online bookmaker! Have we seen three of the best already? Black Caviar is undefeated and could possibly be the best sprinter of all time, if not she is definitely the best of [...]

Harness Racing and Its End December 17, 2010 Comments Off

A sad day in the life of a harness racing fan.The event today marks the history for last meeting of over 100 years of racing to be held at the tight turning Glebe Paceway, Harold Park. The final curtain will fall at 11.05 with the last race being run over the staying test of 3,370m [...]

Online Sports Betting Pearl of Wisdom December 16, 2010 Comments Off

Hi fellow bloggers and blog-gees. the GK is back with his weekly pearl of wisdom. It’s 30 degrees. It’s approaching boxing day so we all know what that means… no not the Ashes ( as I sit here and they are 3/28 at the WACA). It is the world’s greatest yacht race: the SYDNEY to [...]

Good Profit Percentage for Sports Betting December 10, 2010 Comments Off

Many people have disdain for anything associated with sports book betting but after comparisons to other commonly accepted methods of ‘investment’ they may well change their minds. The first point to consider with any investment is the risk/return ratio which holds that the lower the risk taken by the investor, the lower the return on [...]