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What Are The Best Bookies For Cash Out

Bet sensibly with the cash out in play option

Sports betting has never been more popular than it is today, and as long as it stays within the realms of responsible gambling, it can be great. Many people find that it allows them to maximise the thrill and excitement they get out of watching, following and supporting their favourite sports, sportsmen and women and team play. The development of the internet together with mobiles, online connectivity and the latest apps have added a whole new dimension to the notion of having a flutter. One…

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Guess the Casino Game from the Film

Ah, casinos. There’s nothing like the spin of a roulette wheel, the ringing bells of a slot machine or the thrill of a blackjack table to get your adrenaline pumping – and don’t Hollywood’s top movie directors know it! Casino games feature in some of the most iconic movie scenes in cinema history. But can you recall precisely which game Daniel Craig was playing in that famous Casino Royale scene, where he triumphs against Le Chiffre despite incredible odds being stacked against him? How about…

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Japanese Casinos: The Untapped Gold Mine

In recent months, there’s been a shift in Japanese politics and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Integrated Resorts Implementation Bill is all but finalised. While the process began in 2016, the last two years have seen heated discussions over the legal requirements for an Integrated Resort as regards the casino space, before finally deciding on a maximum of 3% of the total gross floor area and an entry tax for Japanese residents in an effort to address problem gambling concerns. Japan has a long history with…

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McIlroy only has eyes for the Masters

Rory McIlroy is no stranger to the odd sensational remark and very rarely holds back when asked for his real thoughts on a matter. It often doesn’t matter whether he is asked or not these days; if the 28-year-old Northern Irishman has something to say, he’s going to come out and say it. That’s exactly what he was doing during the build-up to the Wells Fargo Championship and his comments wouldn’t have pleased some of the golfing purists out there. McIlroy was discussing his latest…

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What Should You Look for in a Winning Racehorse?

Horse racing is a popular sport – watching on TV, attending meetings and placing a cheeky wager on the sport. And we all want to back a winning horse. Some back horses based on their name, number, the colour of their jockey’s jersey, by the form guide or simply the horse racing odds. Whilst most of these strategies are based on luck, taking a look at the horses before the race can give you a better idea of a potential winner. Here are a few…

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Legal Requirements of Online Casino Sites

The universality of online casino sites is not as all inclusive as we may want to believe. This is because there are varying legislations from country to country. Players must know their countries’ legal framework as far as gambling in general and also online casino participation is concerned. Some countries would prosecute the site offering citizens from their country gambling services while others would prohibit the player from participating. In any case, one should know what they can and cannot do from their country when…

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Euro 2016 2nd Round Knockout Phase Games Decided

Following a large number of calculations from the world’s finest minds (and Rio Ferdinand) the 8 games have been announced for the 2nd Round of the Euros. Whilst it was easy enough to work out which teams were going through in 1st and 2nd place in each group the 3rd place complication had many confused. With 4 of 6 teams that finished third qualifying, and only certain third placed teams being able to play other teams, it has been strange. It’s also disappointing in a…

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Can Football Survive The Euro 2016 Violence?

Grown men throwing chairs at each other. Bottles flying through the air. Those ‘violent fan clashes’ suddenly looked very mild as violence erupted in France on Saturday before and after the England v Russia game. Those following social media will have seen clips of England fans (see bottom of the page for more if you like) will not have seen the normal pictures of organised English hooligans causing trouble. This was different. The fans out in Marseille seem to be those who like a beer…

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Republic of Ireland at the Euros: Is This Their Big Chance?

Football in the Republic of Ireland, like most of their counterparts from the British Isles, is enjoying a purple patch right now and the country’s population should consider themselves extremely lucky to be witnessing this golden period first hand. Former Leicester City, Aston Villa and Sunderland manager Martin O’Neill is the talented individual at the helm of this fruitful phase and he must be given a lot of credit for taking the country onwards and upwards since his appointment three years ago. The Irish were…

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Northern Ireland at the Euros: How Far Can They Get?

It would be fair to say that the country of Northern Ireland caused quite a stir when they qualified for the Euro 2016 by winning their group ahead of some fairly better known sides such as Greece, Finland, and Hungary. Would you bet on Northern Ireland in the Euros? Their manager Michael O’Neill has raised eyebrows after unifying his boys in an effort to qualify for their first major tournament since the 1986 FIFA World Cup, and it’s safe to say that the players’ effort…

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