The bookies love those punters who back favourites but they absolutely loathe the winning each way punters.
But in sports betting there are many ways to profit from a single rugby game.
From number of tries, number of cards, number of points to who will score the first try.
The most popular alternative market to bet on in rugby is the handicap market.
A simple but powerful way to c... ››› more
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
The Super Rugby season has just kicked off, and we are now in the second round of the tournament.
The tournament has 18 teams, competing until August giving us many chances to profit in the coming months.
Today, I'm going to share the four variables that have allowed me to accurately predict 66% of the Super Rugby bets I placed.
Let's get to it.
The simple - but powerful when used ri... ››› more
Maths is your best friend when it comes to sports betting, but I am not trying to scare you with trigonometry or the Analytic Continuation of the Factorial.
I have no idea what those are and to be honest if it doesn't put money in my bank account, I don't care.
However, there are some mathematical equations worth knowing about, and some that are just plain crucial to the long-term success of... ››› more
I love my Rugby…
I truly do.
However, in saying that, I cannot seem to find any value in betting on the final outcome of the game.
This doesn't mean I have given up on betting on one of my favourite sports, it just means I have to look elsewhere to find value.
In doing so I have found just that.
Let me explain…
Betting on Rugby - and finding value
Let’s look on... ››› more
I'm not a big rugby fan. However, when it comes to the World Cup. I watch every South African game. I'm a patriotic South African. I feel that it's important to support our sports teams when we're playing in such important international games.
I get really worked up when the team wins and fails. I end up shouting, jumping and clutching the couch pillows out frustration and anxiety. And I know I... ››› more
The rand has continued its volatile path, but has found some stability well below R14 to the dollar after trading through the key level earlier in the week.
So what's going on with the rand? And what could the future hold for the currency?
Let's take a closer look…
The rand’s had a roller coaster week
This morning, the rand weakened slightly before the release “of a slew of Ch... ››› more
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