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League
English Football League Trophy
Home
Hartlepool United
Away
Sheffield United
Time
1 gmt+7 - 02/09/2015
Calculated at 17:00:00 - 01/09/2015
First Half
Handicap: 0/0.5 : 0 | Over / Under: 1
1-0 » 6.38%
2-0 » 0.67%
2-1 » 0.53%
3-0 » 0.11%
3-1 » 0.11%
3-2 » 0.11%




0-0 » 20.71%
1-1 » 2.12%
2-2 » 0.24%
3-3 » 0.12%
0-1 » 2.57%
0-2 » 2.9%
1-2 » 1.2%
0-3 » 0.78%
1-3 » 0.32%
2-3 » 0.12%
Red color: Bookie will losses
Blue color: Bookie will be profitable
» In most cases we will choose Blue color » We will follow Bookie
 
Full Time
Handicap: 0.5/1 : 0 | Over / Under: 2.5/3
1-0 » 2.16%
2-0 » 1.04%
2-1 » 2.07%
3-0 » 0.34%
3-1 » 0.54%
3-2 » 0.51%
4-0 » 0.12%
4-1 » 0.12%
4-2 » 0.12%
4-3 » 0.12%
0-0 » 2%
1-1 » 3.42%
2-2 » 1.72%
3-3 » 0.33%
4-4 » 0.12%
0-1 » 2.34%
0-2 » 1%
1-2 » 2.24%
0-3 » 0.67%
1-3 » 0.52%
2-3 » 0.64%
0-4 » 0.26%
1-4 » 0.24%
2-4 » 0.11%
3-4 » 0.09%
Red color: Bookie will losses
Blue color: Bookie will be profitable
» In most cases we will choose Blue color » We will follow Bookie
League
English Football League Trophy
Home
Luton Town
Away
Leyton Orient
Time
1:15 gmt+7 - 02/09/2015
Calculated at 17:00:00 - 01/09/2015
First Half
Handicap: 0 : 0 | Over / Under: 1
1-0 » 11.46%
2-0 » 0.67%
2-1 » 0.41%
3-0 » 0.12%
3-1 » 0.07%
3-2 » 0.05%




0-0 » 22.96%
1-1 » 0.63%
2-2 » 0.08%
3-3 » 0.03%
0-1 » 0.68%
0-2 » 5%
1-2 » 2.78%
0-3 » 1.02%
1-3 » 0.57%
2-3 » 0.33%
Red color: Bookie will losses
Blue color: Bookie will be profitable
» In most cases we will choose Blue color » We will follow Bookie
 
Full Time
Handicap: 0 : 0 | Over / Under: 2.5
1-0 » 3.5%
2-0 » 2.8%
2-1 » 1%
3-0 » 0.37%
3-1 » 0.19%
3-2 » 0.14%
4-0 » 0.04%
4-1 » 0.06%
4-2 » 0.04%
4-3 » 0.02%
0-0 » 2.69%
1-1 » 4.93%
2-2 » 0.32%
3-3 » 0.06%
4-4 » 0.02%
0-1 » 3.22%
0-2 » 2.76%
1-2 » 0.5%
0-3 » 0.23%
1-3 » 0.11%
2-3 » 0.07%
0-4 » 0.03%
1-4 » 0.04%
2-4 » 0.03%
3-4 » 0.01%
Red color: Bookie will losses
Blue color: Bookie will be profitable
» In most cases we will choose Blue color » We will follow Bookie

Tips Vip Record

Home & AwayBetResult
Lens & Le HavreOver 2 FTWin
Tenerife & Gimnastic TarragonaOver 2/2.5 FTWin
Sivasspor & OsmanlisporHome -0.5 FTfront:predict:lose
Pacos Ferreira & AroucaHome -0/0.5 HTfront:predict:lose1/2
Ljungskile & SyrianskaHome -0.5 FTfront:predict:lose
Club Brugge & Standard LiegeHome -0.5 FTWin
Vitesse & CambuurOver 3 FTWin
Kashiwa Reysol & Ventforet KofuHome -0.5 FTfront:predict:lose
Grodig & RiedOver 2.5 FTWin
Orebro & HackenOver 2.5 FTfront:predict:lose
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Tips 5 Stars Record

Home & AwayBetResult
Genoa & VeronaAway +0/0.5 HTWin 1/2
Chievo & LazioHome +0/0.5 HTWin
Napoli & SampdoriaAway +1/1.5 FTWin
Fenerbahce & AntalyasporUnder 1/1.5 HTWin 1/2
Sivasspor & OsmanlisporAway +0/0.5 HTWin 1/2
Lokeren & Waasland BeverenOver 2.5/3 FTWin 1/2
Osasuna & MirandesAway +0/0.5 HTWin 1/2
Alaves & Real OviedoOver 0.5/1 HTWin
Odense & CopenhagenHome +0/0.5 HTWin 1/2
AS Roma & JuventusOver 0.5/1 HTfront:predict:lose
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Profit and Loss of the Bookie

Hartlepool Unitedat
1:0
Sheffield United
Luton Townat
1:15
Leyton Orient
AFC Wimbledonat
1:45
Plymouth Argyle
Accrington Stanleyat
1:45
Bury
Cambridge Unitedat
1:45
Dagenham And Redbridge
Doncaster Roversat
1:45
Burton Albion
Exeter Cityat
1:45
Portsmouth
Millwallat
1:45
Peterborough United
Morecambeat
1:45
Walsall
Newport County AFCat
1:45
Swindon Town
Northampton Townat
1:45
Colchester United
Notts Countyat
1:45
Mansfield Town
Port Valeat
1:45
Carlisle United
Scunthorpe Unitedat
1:45
Barnsley
Shrewsbury Townat
1:45
Oldham Athletic
Yeovil Townat
1:45
Barnet
Dundalk FCat
2:0
Shamrock Rovers FC

Why gambling will cost you money

Most people understand that casinos and other gambling operators make money; however, not everyone understands exactly how this happens. There are actually two methods that gambling operators use to ensure they make money over time:

- Operator keeps a percentage of all sales or wagers

- Operator creates a house advantage within the game

Let's take a look at both these methods in a little more detail.

Method # 1: Operator keeps a percentage of all sales or wagers

This is the more straightforward method. A familiar example would be a 50/50 draw where half of all the money raised through ticket sales goes to the operator (often a charity or sponsoring sports team), and the other half is given to the person whose ticket is drawn. Major lotteries, such as Lotto 6/49 and Super 7, work in a similar way - the operator keeps roughly half of all ticket sales (the actual percentage varies from game to game) and the rest goes to prizes. In these large lotteries, the majority of the prize money is allocated to the major advertised prize and the remainder goes to winners of much smaller subsidiary prizes.

Scratch and break-open tickets also fall into this general category. The value of all the winning tickets is always smaller than the total cost of all the tickets. This ensures the operator will keep a percentage of overall sales. Bingos also make sure that the total amount of sales is always larger than the amount given out in prizes.

Other forms of gambling where the operator keeps a percentage of wagers or sales include:

- Casino-run poker games: Casinos don't compete against the players. Instead, they take a percentage (called a "rake") of the money wagered by players. In casino-run poker tournaments, there is no rake, so casinos charge players an up front administration fee.

- Horse racing and other forms of pari-mutuel gambling: In these forms of gambling, the operator keeps a percentage of all money wagered, and the rest goes to pay off winning wagers. The payoff odds in these forms of gambling continuously change depending on how much money is bet on each horse - horses that very few people have bet on become long shots that pay off very well if they win. On the other hand, the payoff for a favourite (a horse many people have bet on) will be much smaller.

In all these examples, the gambling operator is basically charging a fee for running the game, but it is not directly competing against the players. In the games covered in the next section, the gambling operator does compete against the players but, as you may guess, it's not on an even basis.

Method # 2: Operator creates a house advantage within the game

The way operators make money in these forms of gambling is not as straightforward as simply keeping a percentage of wagers or sales; however, the end result is the same - the operator will make money. To understand how these types of games work, you need to be familiar with a very important concept in gambling: house advantage.

This means one important thing: every player should go ONLY to casino he can trust. Since our site is not about casinos, we can only recommend you go to sites which are experts in reviews casinos, or try one of the bigger and more known casino such as Royal Vegas, 888 casino and Spin Palace. See this example of a casino reviewing of Spin Palace by Reef to know what to look for in review sites.

Gambling and keeping It real

Exotic themes with waterfalls, talking statues, gladiators and fantastic prizes for the winning - none of these things would seem out of place in a major casino. Casinos may offer a temporary escape from day-to-day routine, but don't get too caught up in the fantasy. The extravagant surroundings can sometimes influence people to take more risks and gamble with more money than they had planned. That's why it's so important to set limits ahead of time and to leave extra money and bank cards at home.

The gambling industry is also very good at advertising the rare few who hit it big:

- Lottery winners are always photographed smiling and holding giant cheques.

- Flashing lights and ringing bells always accompany any large jackpot win in a casino.

It's natural to think: "Why can't that be me?" Many people gamble for the chance to win, but large jackpot winners are rare. It's best to treat gambling like any other form of entertainment that costs money. For more ideas on gambling safely, see the section on Responsible Gambling Tips.

Alternatively see Casino Kiwi, New Zealands's number 1 online casino portal, which takes a strong stand on responsible gaming.

Key Gambling Facts

No matter what type of gambling you enjoy, you can be sure psychology will play an important role.

Never let yourself get so caught up in a game that you lose sight of reality.

Be sure to control your gambling - don't let your gambling control you.

Dealing with problem gambling

While it is true that problem gambling has many negative impacts, it can also meet our own needs. (For example, it may help people to feel good about themselves, or it may help them to forget about their troubles.) Therefore, it is not easy for most gamblers to simply stop or cut down their gambling, despite the knowledge that this is the necessary step they must take to resolve their problems.

If you have a concern about your gambling and want to stay away from it for a while, here are some "tried and true" things you can do to take back control of the situation:

- Limit your access to money.

- Avoid gambling opportunities.

- Ban yourself from the casinos.

- Deal with your "high risk" times.

- Replace gambling with healthy activities.

Limit Your Access to Money

This may not sound very appealing - most people like to be able to get their money whenever they want it. However, if the money is readily available, it's tempting to use it to gamble. That's why it's so important to limit access to money. The more steps you take to block your access to money, the more success you'll have in interrupting your gambling. Try starting with the tightest restrictions that you can tolerate, then ease up as you become more confident that you can control the urges to gamble.

Ideas to limit access to gambling:

- Voluntarily give financial control to someone else.

- Get rid of bank cards and credit cards, or at least cancel cash advance privileges.

- Carry only small amounts of money. Ask yourself how much money you actually need in a day.

- Change banking arrangements. (For example: require two signatures for all withdrawals; move money from joint accounts to a significant other's account, etc.)

- Cancel any credit lines.

- Be accountable for money spent. (For example, arrange to show your receipts to someone.)

- Pay bills by phone or direct payment.

Avoid Gambling Opportunities

Avoiding gambling opportunities is important for those who are trying to get their gambling situation under control. For most people, it takes hard work just to deal with the urges to gamble, but when an opportunity to gamble presents itself, their temptation to gamble often overcomes their will power to stay away.

For people whose gambling has been the center of their social outings with family or friends, it may be necessary to suggest other activities, such as attending a movie or dining out.

It's also a good idea to let others know about the decision to quit gambling, and ask friends and family to stop suggesting gambling as an activity to do together. This tactic is often taken by people with other problem behaviours, such as smoking. When a smoker declares the decision to stop smoking, that declaration reflects the individual's knowledge about smoking and the desire to make a healthy change. Similarly, by announcing the decision to quit gambling, the individual is revealing the knowledge that, without the myths and psychology, gambling is nothing more than a game of chance. There is nothing wrong with making a decision not to play, and friends and family need to respect that.

Ban Yourself From the Casinos

For people who have done most of their gambling in the casinos, another effective method of avoiding gambling opportunities is to fill out the Voluntary Exclusion Form, which is available at most casinos. Once someone completes the form, he or she is banned from the casinos for a period of time. By staying away from gambling, the urges to gamble would eventually lessen and the individual would find other activities enjoyable again.

Deal With Your "High Risk" Times

While easy access to money (as mentioned previously) can cause the urge to gamble, a person's "high risk" times may also be a temptation. If you have been gambling for a while, you may notice a pattern in your gambling activities. These patterns are your "high risk" times. Look for them in your gambling by asking yourself these questions:

Is there a certain time of the day or week, such as payday or weekends, that you usually spend gambling? 

Where, when and who you gamble with?

Is your urge to gamble triggered by having free time, experiencing stress or feeling isolated from others?

Once you know what your high risk times are, you can make plans to deal with them. 

Having a plan for dealing with your gambling temptations can help you resist them. Here are some suggestions:

- Schedule and take part in activities with others during times when you usually gamble.

- Be accountable to someone during your free time (phone your spouse as you are leaving work, agree to meet someone over lunch, etc.).

- Recognize your feelings (tired, bored, depressed, frustrated, lucky, etc.) and explore another way to deal with them. There are countless things a person can do to deal with these feelings without risking your wellbeing with problem gambling.

- Limit your use of alcohol or other substances - lowered inhibitions can lead to increased risk-taking, including gambling.

Replace Gambling With Healthy Activities

As mentioned earlier, gambling usually serves some function in a person's life. Some people gamble for excitement, while others gamble to escape from stress, depression or boredom. You'll probably find that it's easier to stay away from gambling if you can get involved in more healthy activities.

At first it might not be easy to remember how you filled your time in the past. Often, as people become more and more involved in gambling, they abandon the hobbies and activities that brought them pleasure in the past. Reconnecting with the activities that you used to enjoy may take some effort, but you'll probably find it rewarding. As well, taking part in these activities may help you stay away from gambling.

Making a list of activities that you can do in your spare time is a good way to ensure that you'll have options if you get an urge to gamble. You will likely have more success at resisting your urges if you can do something else that you enjoy.

Be careful, though, that you don't replace gambling with another addictive or unhealthy habit. 

In Conclusion...

All of the suggestions in this section can be tried at any time or in any order, but it is important to keep these things in mind:

- Be prepared to put as much effort into carrying out these suggestions as you were putting into gambling.

- Don't feel discouraged if you are not successful right away. Making changes in your gambling is a process; mistakes and setbacks are expected.

- As long as you keep doing the right things, you will have a better control of your gambling situation.

- Ask for help - people can't help if they don't know what you're struggling with.