Category: Sports Betting

The sports betting market is a rapidly evolving industry. A swathe of reputable, recognisable online sports books cater for sports aficionados from across the world, effectively bringing all the sports of the world to Australia’s online betting doorstep. The enormous variety of sports, games, competitions, events means that there are a similarly wide range of betting options and this makes it challenging to cover any form of detailed account of each sport’s betting layout. Continue reading →

MasterCard affiliated sports books offer players a guaranteed unforgettable betting experience. With the trusted weight that this magnificent credit card brings to the online sports book world, universal acceptance and the ability to transfer funds quickly in any major currency, it is evident just why MasterCard is the second biggest credit card in the world. And, besides these notable benefits, the online sports books are also as safe and secure as the credit card system itself. So Australia players, the online path ahead is set, and it begins here with MasterCard online sports books. Continue reading →

The aftermath of the technological tsunami that hit the world towards the end of the 20th century; the internet and mobile phone, means that the people of the world are now connected more than ever. This rapid level of globalization has facilitated a world of online betting that has grown alongside it. Now, as more and more punters get involved and discover the perks to online betting, the online gambling community grows ever bigger and naturally attracts ever bigger and better bonuses and benefits. These include a remarkable range of available sporting codes and games across a selection of advanced Australian online sports books, all with great odds and a high level of maintained security. All that punters have to do is learn the basics of betting, follow a good online betting guide and start winning. Continue reading →

Understanding the odds of sports betting will help you make more informed choices and will ultimately help you win more. If you don’t understand odds, you can’t properly understand sports betting. Basically, knowing the odds is what helps you determine whether or not a wager is worth making. The potential payout of a wager is calculated with a combination of the relevant odds, and the amount of money you stake. Before you start betting, its crucial to take some time to learn how betting odds work. Continue reading →

It is generally said that it’s not a good idea to bet on your favourite team, or any team that you are emotionally invested in. The idea is that when your emotions are involved, you can’t make an objective, informed decision. But is that really true? Is emotional involvement always a bad thing when making decisions, and are there any other pros to betting on a team you support? Continue reading →

Unfortunately, as is the nature of sports betting, things don’t always go according to plan. Punters in Canada most likely learned this the hard way with wagers placed on any of the matches we look back upon here. From losses to teams that Canada has never lost to before, Olympic meltdowns and everything in between, ice hockey in this country has seen some truly alarming moments in sporting history. Continue reading →

One can hardly talk about Canada without mentioning the NHL, or National Hockey League. Canadians are known for their passionate, sometimes fanatical support of the game, to such a extent that it is often mentioned in good natured popular culture jokes.

The NHL has been running for nearly a hundred years, and has a long, interesting history, stretch back all the way to the early 1900s. Let’s have a brief look at the history of the National Hockey League. Continue reading →

The thirteenth edition of the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) will take place in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, in December 2016. About one thousand of the world best swimmers are expected to take part, from over 176 different countries. Forty six medals will be offered for the best times in each event in the competition, lasting for six days, and about 35,000 spectators are expected to attend the events. Windsor was awarded the right to hold this championship in 2012 by the Federation Internationale de Natation, or International Swimming Federation, known as FINA, over its rivals, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi and Ashgabat. Continue reading →