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Thursday, December 04, 2014

Game of Thrones Slot Game Promotion at Casino Rewards this weekend - 6/7th December

Default Game of Thrones™ Player Promotion @ Casino Rewards

Play Game of Thrones™: £€$100 FREE!
From : Sat 6 December 2014 to Sun 7 December 2014

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Join the Houses of the Game of Thrones™ as you battle it out to win up to 121,000 coins at Casino Rewards casino group this weekend. Play at Blackjack BallRoom or Yukon Gold or Golden Tiger Casino to qualify. 

There’s House Lannister which offers handsome rewards for loyalty. Share in the spoils of war with 10 FreeSpins at a 4x Multiplier.

Then run north with the direwolves in House Stark’s FreeSpin feature and lay claim to 14 wintery FreeSpins, complete with a 3x multiplier.

Finally, watch your wins take flight as you soar with the dragons for 18 FreeSpins in House Targaryen’s feature, offering the game’s highest number of Free Spins at a 2x multiplier, while dragons swoop past. 

Play Game of Thrones™ this weekend and 10 LuckyPlayers will be chosen to receive £€$100 per day. 

Play at Blackjack BallRoom or Yukon Gold or Golden Tiger Casino to qualify.


TERMS TO QUALIFY:
  1. You must have a real player account and have purchased a minimum (or total of) £€$20 in Real Account casino chips during the promotional time period (see rules).
  2. You must have played on Game of Thrones™ to qualify.
  3. You must play at a Casino Rewards Partner Casino to qualify.
  4. The casino retains the sole ability to determine if a player qualifies for this giveaway.


RULES: 
  1. The promotional time period is between 12.01am GMT 6 December 2014 and Midnight GMT 7 December 2014.
  2. 10 Players will be randomly chosen to receive £€$100 per day.
  3. Winners will be notified by email on first Monday following release of newsletter.
  4. Prizes paid into casino account on Friday 12th December, 2014.
  5. If this week's featured game is not available in your casino, you may participate in this promotion by playing on Big Kahuna instead.
  6. You must be playing at a Casino Rewards partner casino during the promotion time frame to be eligible.
  7. The Casino will not be responsible for telephone, technical, network, online, electronic, computer hardware, or software failures of any kind, misdirected, stolen, incomplete, late, illegible, garbled or delayed Internet computer transmissions on account of technical problems or traffic congestion on the internet or at any website, or any combination thereof or for incomplete, lost, late or misdirected submissions.
  8. Promotion is valid once per casino account.
  9. Loyalty Points may not be cashed in, and must be played at a Casino Rewards Partner Casino.
  10. Winners agree to have their first name and image used for promotional purposes.
  11. Wagering requirements apply.
  12. Player must meet the casino minimum deposit requirements depending on their casino of choice.
  13. Gamble responsibly.
  14. This offer is only available to players not residing in the USA.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Bookmaker offers Chelsea Festive Fivers - Free Bets for UK and Irish punters

Leading UK bookmaker Coral is giving UK and Irish Chelsea fans an early Christmas present as they try to attract customers with £40 in free bets if you join up and deposit £5 or more.

New customers that stake £5 or more on the Sunderland v Chelsea game this Saturday (29th November) will earn a £5 free bet for every Chelsea game in December. That's eight free bets to eight matches.

Once you've placed the first bet you will become eligible for the next bet, on Chelsea’s next fixture at home to Tottenham on Dec 3rd. And so it will continue throughout December.

Of course - you don't HAVE to be a Chelsea fan to take this up - you can bet on any option on any market for those games - so you could take the opportunity to oppose Chelsea in every game - or bet on a red card - or anything - as long as the bet odds at 1/2 (1.50) or greater.


Click the Chelsea Fivers Advert to visit Coral and claim the bets.


Coral Terms and Conditions:
1/ Offer applies to £/€ online and  mobile customers only aged 18 years or over whose accounts are registered in the UK and Republic of Ireland through the following url :
Chelsea Festive Fivers

2/ To qualify, place a £/€5+ Win Single bet at odds of 1/2 (1.50) or greater on any market in the Sunderland vs Chelsea match.

3/ Applies to first real money bets struck on Sunderland vs Chelsea match

So get along to Coral - and take up the NEW CUSTOMER OFFER today

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Arsenal v Man United - Bookie offers Moneyback if it ends in a draw

Irish bookmaker PaddyPower is offering punters their money back if the Arsenal v Man United game ends in a draw- up to €/£50 per customer.



It really is as simple as it sounds - place a single bet on the win / draw / win market at PaddyPower, and a draw gets your stake back.

Latest odds at PaddyPower are : Arsenal 2.20 - Draw 3.50 - Man United 3.20

It's only available "virtually" - if you wander into a shop you can't get it. And this money back option means that betting at PaddyPower on this game ON EITHER TEAM is the +EV play of the weekend.

Here are the T&C's at PaddyPower:
1/ Applies to first bet only
2/ Applies to Win-Draw-Win market only.
3/ Applies to singles placed before kick-off only
4/ Max Free Bet Refund €/£50 per customer.
5/ Free bet will be available to use on football matches for 7 days from when it is credited.
6/ Applies to Online, Mobile, Phone, Text and PP Messenger bets only. Not available in Retail.

No prizes for guessing that I'll be on the Arsenal to win - but whichever way you are betting on the Arsenal v Manchester United game - this Paddy Power offer is the market for your €/£50 bet.

Get your bet on at Paddy Power now !

Friday, October 17, 2014

German fans try to help their team find their way to goal .. funny video!

If your team hasn't scored for five games in a row - perhaps they need some help? Take a look at some German fans "helping hand" to their team in this short video!


Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Will Qatar host the World Cup in 2022? Bet on it at MyBet!

There's been a lot of controversy after the FIFA's decision to give the World Cup 2022 to Qatar and chances are it won't ever take place in the country of the sheikhs.

MyBet have stepped in and are offering odds on whether Qatar will host the World Cup in 2022 - and also offer a second market on exactly which country will host the event.

The interesting thing is that despite FIFA Dictator err ... "President (for Life?)" Sepp Blatter coming out and saying he will move the 2022 event to January to make it slightly cooler ... the price on Yes Qatar will host in 2022 is set at 3.00 for Qatar to be the host!

Financial Website Fortune.com recently wrote a piece quoting a FIFA Ex-Co member as saying he personally thinks that the tournament will be moved from Qatar.


Current Odds at MyBet as at 14 October - Click on the image to visit MyBet.
So what do you think? Will Qatar remain the 2022 host?
WHERE will YOU be putting you money on the bet at MyBet ?

Thursday, September 11, 2014

PinnacleSports close door to UK punters from 30 Sept 2014

Closed for UK Business from 30th Sept
PinnacleSports are top close their doors to UK gamblers from September 30th - citing a UK amendment to gambling laws and requirements to hold a UK license.

This amendment will also include a 15% profit based remote gambling tax based on the point of consumption - effectively a levy on offshore sites serving UK customers.

A Q&A page on Pinnacle provides details on what will happen to UK registered accounts.

Q. What does Great Britain include?
Great Britain includes England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Q. I am a British account holder. What will happen? What do I need to do?
All your account options other than withdrawal will be blocked after 11.59pm (BST*) September 30th, 2014.

Any of your bets placed up to and including 11.59pm (BST*) September 30th, 2014 will be honoured. Funds remaining in your Pinnacle Sports account may be withdrawn at any time free of charge.

Accounts that withdraw their funds prior to September 30th, 2014 will be disabled from making further deposits.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Bet365 - On the Move Bonus for Mobile betting

Whether you’re a new or existing bet365 customer, did you know that you can get an EXTRA 100% bonus when you place your first mobile bet using a mobile phone or tablet?

To claim your bonus, simply place a qualifying bet at Bet365 on your mobile phone or tablet of at least $2* or more and you will be entitled to a 100% bonus, up to a maximum of $100*.

Once you have placed your qualifying bet, you will receive an email with your Offer Code to your registered email address. You can then enter your Offer Code by entering the Members area on site or through the bet365 On The Move application.

bet365 On The Move allows you to enjoy great features including easy to use navigation, thousands of markets across a wide range of sports, our industry leading In-Play service and a homepage displaying all the top events, whilst iPhone, iPad and Android users can also watch live streamed Sport and Horse Racing on the go.

With fantastic offers and an extensive range of pre-event and In-Play markets, bet365 is the best place for all your mobile bets.

So here is how it works :

Existing Customers :

Step 1/ Just place a bet via mobile phone or tablet at Bet365.
(You will see confirmation of the special on the move offer when you land there on a mobile)

New Customers
(You can double your bonus by following these steps)  :

Step 1/ Open an account with bet365 today (via that link) and qualify for a fantastic 100% Initial Deposit Bonus, up to £200, Eur100, $100 (depending on where you live).

Step 2/ Place a few bets via you PC to get the feel of the site.

Step 3/ Just place a bet via mobile phone or tablet at Bet365.
(You will see confirmation of the special on the move offer when you land there on a mobile)

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T&Cs : There are a few terms and conditions which you can check out at the bet365 site but I'll run through the main ones here.

a) The bonus is between $2 and $100.
b) Offer closes 31st August 2014.
c) Available for these countries - Australia, Austria, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Iceland, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK and United Arab Emirates.
d) When you get the bonus code please claim it within 7 days!
e) You need to rollover initial bet + bonus 3 times via mobile before withdrawing, so a $100 bonus is a $100+$100 * 3 = $600 rollover. And bets need to be at 1.50 (1/2) or higher to count.
f) Asian handicap, goal line (over/under) and baseball bets don't count for rollover. Don't ask me why - it just IS that way ;-)

Sunday, August 03, 2014

Paddy Power Offers Twist on Top GoalScorer Market



The English Premier League season starts in two weeks time and recommended bookmaker Paddy Power has come up with a way to make the Premier League Top Goal Scorer bet a wee bit more interesting.

Here's the deal ... Simply place a €20 bet on the Premier League Top Goalscorer and every time your player scores in the league Paddy Power will give you a €2 free bet.

This deal is open to new and existing customers - and while it's not going to put you in the millionaires club - it is a good example of how Paddy Power do give punters good value for their punts.

Paddy Power is Ireland's largest bookmaker and one of our recommended places to bet for UK and Irish punters.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Luis Suarez banned for 4 months - too short - too long - or just right?

So FIFA have reached a verdict :

Luis Suárez suspended for nine matches and banned for four months from any football-related activity


Could it have been longer? Yes - especially as it's a 3rd offence.
Could it have been different? Yes - it might have only affected international football - but FIFA has jurisdiction over ALL football.

Looking at the ban :
1/ The 9 international matches part of the ban is about a year - and prevents any more action at this World Cup which will definitely hit Suarez hard given the 4-year gap between events.

2/ The 4 month total football ban is really just 2 competitive months (as July and August are layoff months) but is probably also appropriate as it prevents the player slinking back to Liverpool and surrounding himself with sycophants that tell him he did nothing wrong.

There may be an element of cultural clash. It seems that areas of South American football (and Uruguayan football in particular) has fashioned itself on the do anything it takes to win mentality, and there is little "shame" in being caught by the referee or cameras if it works. The "clever gaucho" that outwits a bigger opponent is often the image used.

I'm thinking here about Maradona's "hand of god" goal for Argentina to beat England, and Suarez's double handed last minute goalkeeper save in the last world cup that eventually sneaked Uruguay past Ghana. They succeeded and the actions are lauded positively as sneaky examples of beating an opponent with trickery.

With that background, and seeing the blanket denial by the Uruguayan team, manager and Uruguayan newspapers that the bite even occurred at all I really think there is/was a huge disconnect in certain areas about what is deemed as acceptable gamesmanship.

Let's look at how foul play is treated within the game :
- Diving and faking injury seems to be acceptable - occasional yellow card. 
- Foul language amongst players is common, but yellow/red cards if aimed at officials.
- Racial abuse has recently been targeted with severe 8-10 match bans.
- Pulling shirts is a yellow card (if spotted).
- Denying a goal scoring opportunity. Red card and 1 match ban.
- Using elbows and/or committing gross foul tackles causing injury (or potential to hurt) are a red card offences and subsequent 2-3 match ban
- Headbutting (even a gentle tap) also is a red card at this level, as is fighting (even in retaliation for a bad foul).

So where does that put more calculated actions like spitting or biting? Is it worse? Yes - I think so as there is some premeditation, but exactly how much worse is quite hard to quantify because of the different attitudes.

Put in the context of the more common fouls - the ban does seem to be severe - but I think FIFA have accurately positioned the ban to reflect the biting must NOT occur on a sporting field.

And to me the 4-month ban appropriately reflects that it's a 3rd offence.