Betting Bad: what are the chances – Better Call Saul?

Better call Saul

Breaking Bad, the Emmy-vacuuming series starring Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul, was an unparalleled success largely hailed as the greatest television series of all time by many critics and fans alike. One of the more… Read More

What are the chances: Next celebrity to get punched

Jerry Seinfeld

Punching a celebrity is a big news item when they happen, particularly when said fist lands on the physiognomy of a star who clearly deserves it. The latest fistfight to make the headlines was when… Read More

Top 10 Weirdest Slot Themes

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Slot themes are in general a little weird and wonderful, which makes a list of the ten weirdest ever potentially terrifying. But here it is, nevertheless: from sexualized Santas to swearing slots, and from Judge… Read More

Wearable Tech: Casinos Adapt to a Brave New World

Wearable technology dates back to the 1960s, but today it is more popular and versatile than ever. How are casinos adapting to the latest in the wearable tech trend? (Image: (AP /Mark Lennihan)

Everyone is saying it: 2014 is the year of wearable technology. Long a niche industry with limited applications, wearable tech is now a part of our daily fitness lives, and Google Glass promises to bring… Read More

2014 World Cup Betting Blog, Part 8: The Germans Win!

Germany took down the 2014 World Cup, outplaying pre-game favorites Argentina.

There’s a saying, normally quoted to former England footballer Gary Lineker, which goes something like this: “Football is a game where two teams kick the ball around for 90 minutes, and at the end Germany… Read More

2014 World Cup Betting Blog Part 7: The Final Countdown

Lionel Messi World Cup 2014

So, all things lead to Rio. The final of the 2014 FIFA World Cup is set, as Argentina (one of the firm pre-tournament favorites) and the ever-present Germans do battle in a rematch of the… Read More

2014 World Cup Betting Blog, Part 6: Silver Linings

Lionel Messi, World Cup 2014

The quarter-finals were another mixed bag for us, with Colombia deciding not to turn up to their defeat against Brazil on Friday, while Germany sneaked through against France in a 1-0 win. Argentina kept up our… Read More

2014 World Cup Betting Blog Part 5: No Quarter

World Cup 2014, FIFA, Brazil

The FIFA World Cup in Brazil reaches the final home stretch, and we are down to eight teams. Meanwhile, our bankroll is decidedly on the up, with some nice wins from the round of 16 games. Dark… Read More

2014 World Cup Betting Blog, Part Four: Taking Stock

Luis Suarez, Giorgio Chellini, FIFA World Cup 2014

So, the first round matches are all done and dusted, England have taken their rightful place on the plane home (having finished bottom of their group) and Luis Suarez has got involved in yet another… Read More

2014 World Cup Betting Blog – The Adventure Continues

Sports betting, World Cup 2014

When things are going your way in sportsbetting, you can do no wrong and everything seems to come off. This week was not one of those times. Our Week 2 bets got off to the… Read More