Category Archive : Betting Strategies

DRF Gives Insights on Reasons to Bet in Horse Racing – PRNewswire

NEW YORK, Oct. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Daily Racing Form LLC (DRF), a part of the Sports Information group, has been on its toes providing relevant information to sportspersons. Amidst their informative roles are data and editorial coverage that are resourceful for various sports lovers to make informed decisions for even betting activities. The latest from DRF is an insight on why to bet in horse racing.

Horse races enhance and simplify smart wealth building. Compared with most other legitimate ways of making money, horse racing betting is quite easy when interested persons stay up to date with information. A prospective bettor has to stay up to date following the news from racing news platforms such as websites and social media pages. DRF notes in one of its dialogue, “having timely news is the first step of a prosperous betting adventure.”

Races are always available. Following the popularity of racing and that it is a recurring event that happens all-year-round, bettors have

Caulfield Cup 2020: Live updates, results –

Racing fans will be hoping the Caulfield Cup provides some entertainment to Victorians stuck in lockdown as one of the features of spring racing takes place this afternoon.

A field of 18 runners is slated to do battle in the 2400m main event of race nine, which is scheduled for 5.15pm (AEDT). You can watch the action on Channel 7 or Sky Racing.

We’ll be keeping you updated with all the latest results as the day wears on.

Click here for a full runner-by-runner preview of the Caulfield Cup along with tips, odds, expert opinion and betting strategies.

RELATED: ‘The one to beat’ in Caulfield Cup



1st: Power Scheme

2nd: All Hard Wood

3rd: Just Like Mum

4th: Wild Vitality


1st: Incredulous Dream

2nd: Yes Baby Yes

3rd: Rainbiel

4th: No Restriction


1st: Endanger

2nd: Osamu

3rd: So Let’s Toast

4th: Saltpeter


1st: Albarado

2nd: Let’s Karaka Deel

3rd: Hit The Shot

4th: Redwood Shadow


1st: Chica Fuerte

2nd: Salto Angel

3rd: Star Of Eden

4th: Pensato


1st: California Zimbol

2nd: Fituese

3rd: Prophet’s Thumb

4th: Humma Humma

RACE 7 — 3.45pm

RACE 8 — 4.30pm

RACE 9 (Caulfield Cup) — 5.15pm

RACE 10 — 5.50pm


Tears have flowed in the home of Winx’s part-owner Peter Tighe over the last few days but a Caulfield Cup win with Finche would be just the pick-me-up that’s needed at the end of a tragic week.

Tighe’s wife Patty has been making regular phone calls to check on the welfare of Winx after she lost

MLB Best Bets: Baseball Picks, Predictions to Consider on DraftKings Sportsbook for October 15 – DraftKings Nation

Thursday features a two-game MLB slate. The action gets underway with the Tampa Bay Rays vs. the Houston Astros at 5:07 p.m. ET and concludes with the Atlanta Braves vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers at 8:08 p.m. ET.

Both teams that were trailing in the series managed to win on Wednesday, which sets up some big games today. The Astros will look to stave off elimination for the second straight day, while the Dodgers will look to even their series at 2-2.

Let’s dive into two of my favorite baseball bets on DraftKings Sportsbook for Thursday’s slate.

DraftKings users can get in on the action by betting on DraftKings Sportsbook or by downloading the DraftKings Sportsbook app.

Atlanta Braves vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodgers -1.5 runs (-136)

The Dodgers’ offense exploded for 15 runs last night, including 11 in the first inning. They were able to knock Kyle Wright out of the game after just 2/3 of an inning, which goes to show just how potent this offense can be in the right matchups. They finished the year first in wRC+ vs. right-handed pitchers in particular.

They’ll be facing another mediocre right-hander today in Bryse Wilson. He has been unable to find success at the MLB level, posting a 5.91 ERA and 5.56 FIP over 42 2/3 innings the past three seasons. That includes a 5.28 FIP over 15 2/3 inning in 2020.

Meanwhile, the Dodgers will send Clayton Kershaw

10 Easy Strategies to Win in Teen Patti – indiablooms

Teen Patti offers you a chance to break the monotony of day-to-day life and win big at the same time. But more than luck, winning requires a sound strategy based on experience.

Nothing beats Teen Patti in popularity in India. Every other Indian plays the card game at least occasionally, at parties or on occasions, Diwali, for example. With Teen Patti going digital, an increasing number of players are turning to the game to stay entertained and profitable.

Teen Patti online at 7Jackpots is a game of skill. Whether you are an expert or someone new to the game, you need a sound strategy and execution to ace fellow players and win big.Sounds difficult? Not when you apply the proven strategies that we have compiled for you.

1. Start small:
Give yourself a long run when playing Teen Patti for maximized winnings. Bet small initially and increase your bets gradually. That’ll help you stretch your bankroll and play more hands. The more hands you play, the more are your chances of winning, pure and simple. The strategy works best for both pros and starters, preventing them from draining their bankroll within a matter of few hands.Raise your best only when you get a handle on the proceedings.

2. Play blind:
Blind is the spice of Teen Patti. It’s a bet you place without seeing your cards. Play as many blind bets as your bankroll and discretion allow. When you do that, you raise

CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek Picks and Props – The Sports Gambling Podcast

CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek Picks and Props

For those who missed it, please check out the CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek Preview and Betting Strategies for the types of golfers you should look to target for your bets. With that in mind, here’s the CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek picks I like this week. (with odds courtesy of

CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek Picks:
Outright Winners

Justin Thomas – 11/1

Justin Thomas’ go to shot are high fades, which should suit perfect on this golf course. He also tends to fare much better in benign, scoreable weather conditions. Las Vegas will play hot and arid with very little rain. These are the perfect conditions for Justin Thomas to run away on the leaderboard.

Rory McIlroy – 11/1

The results have been a little better lately, though he’s still struggling with his irons and his putting. He’s had a few weeks off to work on a few things, and given he’s a world class player he’s fully capable showing up to this event on point. He also typically prefers a draw but he’s a player who can work the ball both ways with ease when he’s clicking. With Dustin Johnson out of the field, the list of guys

NFL TNF Best Bets: Tuesday Night Football Picks, Predictions, Odds to Consider on DraftKings Sportsbook for B… – DraftKings Nation

It took a while to get here, but the Titans are finally getting back on the field for a special edition of Tuesday Night Football. With the Bills initially scheduled to face the Chiefs in two days, we won’t get a Thursday game this week, but rather a MNF doubleheader. But in the meantime, we do get an extra night of football. It’s an interesting spot for both teams, particularly Tennessee. Here’s what jumps out to me on DraftKings Sportsbook.

DraftKings users can get in on the action by betting on DraftKings Sportsbook or by downloading the DraftKings Sportsbook app.

Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans

BUF -3.5 (-106)

The Titans are somehow undefeated this season, but it’s a pretty tough 3-0 team to get behind in this spot. Prior to their outbreak, they’d been squeaking out games, winning by two in Denver, three against the Jags at home and one over the Vikings — which translates to 0-3 ATS. While time off generally does teams well, the Titans haven’t been able to practice because of their situation — unless you count a couple of unauthorized gatherings that likely helped spread the virus and put them in this mess. Ryan Tannehill will likely be without both Corey Davis and Adam Humphries because of the virus, and we won’t know until close to kickoff exactly who’s still missing from this team. There could be a lot more bodies unable to go. The

What Should The Media Do With Big Money Bets? – Barrett Sports Media

The subject of “huge” bets has become a hot topic on gambling Twitter. As someone that writes about gambling, I understand both sides of the argument. From the media’s perspective, they need to produce content for a broad audience and generate clicks. Reporting on large wagers fits the bill for both of those items.

But, the flipside of that is the risk of leading new bettors to misguided perceptions about gambling. Many believe that the glamorization of these types of bets and parlays will lead gamblers to one fate – busting their bankroll

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After seeing a ton of banter about the subject on Twitter last week, I wanted to go straight to the source. Ben Fawkes, who is the VP of Digital Media for VSiN, is someone who frequently posts about big bets as a part of his job. I also wanted to get the perspective of someone who is on the other side of the coin on this issue, so I reached out to Jack Andrews, or as people on Twitter refer to him, Captain Jack. Jack is a pro bettor and is known in the industry as a gambling watchdog.

I asked both gentlemen the same questions. Only fair, right?

The reporting of “big” bets has become a controversial topic lately. How do

Jim DeMarco | Sports industry needs betting more than ever – SportBusiness

Beyond starting the National Football League season on time, how can the United States sports industry re-energize the casual sports fan during a time of marked uncertainty? Sports betting partners may hold the key.

You have to hand it to the many American professional sports league, team, and media organizations for producing meaningful, albeit shortened, seasons and playoff series, as well as the NFL on-schedule start during the Covid-19 pandemic. These are remarkable feats.

But it’s hard to argue that the overall sports fan experience hasn’t suffered.

The US live sports hiatus knocked people off their sports media routines as fans are now asked to re-engage and navigate new season schedules and playoff formats. Given the revised, crammed sports calendars, a natural pandemic-induced increase in streaming entertainment consumption, and the sometimes still visibly jarring empty arena environment with a weird exhibition game-type feel, it’s no surprise we are seeing a recent run of news about national TV sports ratings declines.

Throw in some potential social injustice pushback and it’s a testament to the strength of US professional sports brands that per game national viewership hasn’t slipped even more.

While hardcore fans have likely regained their sports calendar bearings, this unique time presents opportunities to understand the casual fan’s motivations and explore ways to re-invent paths to fandom in even more aggressive and experimental means than before the pause in March.

The infamous casual sports fan – the

CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek Preview and Betting Strategies – The Sports Gambling Podcast

CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek Preview and Betting Strategies

While in a different location this year, the CJ Cup continues as an elite field of 74 players head to Shadow Creek Golf Club in Las Vegas to vie for the title.

Here’s everything to know about the golf course before placing a single bet on it.

CJ Cup @ Shadow Lake: The Field

With a shortened field, a huge purse and the Masters on the horizon, the field is very strong. Many top names will make the trip to Shadwo Creek in hopes of a big pay day and a needed tune up for the Masters.

Highlighting the field is Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm, who look to rebound following a mildly disappointing U.S. Open. Heading into that event, both were in red hot form before struggling at Winged Foot. Each looks to show well at Shadow Lake to build momentum towards Augusta National.

Another interesting name in the field is Brooks Koepka, who makes his return to competitive golf. Koepka took multiple weeks off to continue to heal his balky knee. Koepka has a knack of peaking ahead of majors, and if he’s healthy he could be a surprising contender this week.

Other notables in the field include Patrick Cantlay, Tony

Bet Slippin’ Sports Betting Podcast: NFL Week 5 Picks And Best Bets – Ep. 12 –

Welcome to Bet Slippin’ Podcast , SportsbookWire’s sports-betting podcast. This week, Geoff Clark and Esten McLaren break down the NFL’s Week 5 slate with their picks and best bets for each game by the odds and lines at BetMGM.

Episode 12 of Bet Slippin’ Podcast touches quickly on the MLB postseason before diving into a full episode of discussion on the NFL’s Week 5 slate. Geoff and Esten choose four games to bet against each other in their season-long competition, which Geoff leads 9-7 through four weeks.

Games between the Cincinnati Bengals-Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos-New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills-Tennessee Titans were off the board when the show was recorded.

</p> <p>(If the podcast player does not display, please click <a rel=”noopener noreferrer” target=”_blank” href=””>here</a>.)</p> <h2 class=”presto-h2″> <strong>Bet Slippin’ Podcast Segments</strong> </h2> <p>This episode of the show focuses exclusively on <strong>BetMGM Buggin</strong> <strong>'</strong> with the MLB and NBA playoffs winding down.</p> <p>Geoff and Esten navigate the many lopsided spreads on the NFL’s Week 5 slate with Esten backing three heavy favorites against the spread while Geoff goes hunting for upsets. They talk betting strategies and tips for each game.</p> <p> <strong>Goin’ to the Window</strong> recaps the show’s best bets, including the four Geoff and Esten make between each other, and some others they’ll be making themselves against