I've just finished having lunch with one of my contacts at Super Sport.
A real rugby nut head - who always seems to lead the conversation towards the weekend's rugby games.
So much so, we hardly talk about any other sport.
But its this kind of passion and insight that helps me improve my rugby betting.
Out of this discussion, I learnt three things I need to pay more attention to wh... ››› more
I've often been asked around the office for a sound sports betting strategy that will work time and time again.
But I've got something a little better.
Four tips that every successful sports bettor has applied to their strategy.
These four tips will not only help you in developing your strategy, but improving it as well, as you become more and more experienced in the art of sports bett... ››› more
Over the next couple of weeks, I'll be introducing you to the popular casino game known as Blackjack.
Why Blackjack over Poker? Or even Roulette?
Well the simple answer is, it's the one casino game the house has the least control over the outcome.
It's also the game that can help you pocket a decent amount of money, in a short time.
For example, last week, I managed to turn R200 in... ››› more
In 1913, a roulette table in a Monte Carlo casino had black come up 26 times in a row.
After the 15th black, gamblers from all over the casino started to pile on to red, assuming the chances of yet another black was out of the question.
Guess what, many people lost a lot of money, this illustrates the irrational belief that one spin somehow or another influences the next.
Let me explainâ€... ››› more
I've noticed some of The Winning Streak members do not know how to place a bet, or even a multiple bet.
This concerns me.
So to help solve this problem I'm going to give you a step-by-step guide that will show you exactly how to place a single and multiple bet.
Correctly follow these simple steps, and you'll never miss out on a winning bet again!
Let me explainâ€¦
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When it comes to soccer, scoring is far less frequent than in other sports.
With short tournaments and knockout stages, some games can be extremely difficult to predict the winner.
But that's where we turn to other markets the bookies so kindly offer.
It's called the Under/Over markets.
This is where you bet on the amount of goals scored over the full time of the game.
Today, I'll s... ››› more
We all look to make a few hundred bucks every weekend.
But the really successful sports bettors turn a profit year on year.
So how do they do itâ€¦Read on below.
Even the most successful traders rely on these two traits
When I tell you what they are you are going to be disappointed.
There's nothing surprising about them and in fact you may well thinkâ€¦ I have those qualities, what's ... ››› more
Social media has become an integral part of any business, market and even sports.
Here at Fleet Street Publications, we use social media for marketing as well as a forum for our research.
However, The Winning Streak Team and I use social media to help us generate profits from sports betting.
In fact, it's proved to be one of the most powerful tools when making our final bet decision.
L... ››› more
After the ending of season six's Game of Thrones, fans around the world are asking one complicated question.
â€śWho will end up sitting on the Iron Throne?â€ť - Think you know the answer?
If so, you could end up pocketing anything from 150% to upwards of 900% on a single bet.
You can bet on who will end up sitting on the Iron Throne and pocket a decent return from arguably the ... ››› more
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