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Poland - Northern Ireland
#BetShare #POLNIR

Spread
#POL (-0.75) 66%
#NIR (+0.75) 34%

Money Line
#POL 54%
#NIR 18%
#Draw 28%

Total Goals (2)
#Over 72%
#Under 28%
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Sweden - Ireland
#BetShare #SWEIRL

Spread
#SWE (-0.25) 45%
#IRL (+0.25) 55%

Money Line
#SWE 46%
#IRL 24%
#Draw 30%

Total Goals (2)
#Over 76%
#Under 24%
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Using Elo ratings to predict penalty shootout winners
Euro 2016: Do better teams win more shootouts?


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Which Euro 2016 team has the ideal age profile?
The effect of fatigue in the expanded Euro 2016

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The Paradox of Skill
Why are betting tipsters underperforming?

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Who will win the gold medal in Olympic Tennis?
2016 Summer Olympic Tennis betting

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The Highest Limits

No bookmaker accepts bigger bets

Pinnacle Sports stands out from the competition by consistently offering the highest maximum bet limits online, earning us the reputation as the bookmaker of choice for serious bettors.

Massive limits for the big soccer leagues

Soccer is the most popular sport with our customers so it is only right that the ‘Big Four’ leagues (EPL, La Liga, Serie A and Bundesliga) have limits to match. As standard you can get the following limits, though they will often rise much higher on game days:

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Big Limits, big winners – no problem

Our Winners [url=pinnacle.com/en/promotions/winners-welcome]Welcome policy[/url] means that even if you consistently bet at the maximum limit and win, we won’t restrict you in any way. The combination of our unbeatable odds, the highest limits and a Winners Welcome policy, provide a tailor-made service for serious bettors.

Maximum limits – where can I see them?

Limits are clearly displayed at all times on the members side of Pinnacle Sports, and are exactly the same for all players. How many other bookmakers are that transparent? Log in now to see the limits and if you are not a member [url=betblog.com/pinnacle/visit]open an account now[/url] to see them.

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Low minimum deposits – small bettors welcome

Though our maximum betting limits are the highest online, recreational bettors are more than welcome. We offer minimum stake amounts of just $1 (or the equivalent in your local currency). And no matter how small your stake, you should still bet with the best odds available to get the biggest potential payout.
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Best limits, interesting markets and odds. Truly recommend this bookmaker
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#BetShare #ARSSOU

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#Arsenal -0.75 81%
#SaintsFC +0.75 19%

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#Arsenal 45%
#SaintsFC 24%
#Draw 31%

Total 2.5
#Over 44%
#Under 56%
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Is there any limits in Pinnacle?


Very High limits, it's enough for high rollers :)
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Interview with a professional tennis bettor
Dan Wetson’s three top pieces of advice for sports bettors

From slots machines and poker to stats analysis and tennis betting, the dream came true for Dan Wetson, who turned his affinity for gambling into a means of making a living. In this interview Dan reveals how he profits from tennis betting on a daily basis. Read on to find out.

Let’s talk about your background first. How did you get started with professional gambling?

I started gambling quite seriously when I was at university, which makes me feel quite old as it was now around 18 years ago!

At this age, I met a semi-professional fruit machine (slot) player and he was kind enough to share his methods. I spent a lot of time intensely refining these, and making general improvements, and managed to graduate with savings, as opposed to the typical large student debt.

After graduating in Accounting & Finance, I applied to quite a few companies for their graduate schemes, but the competition was very strong. Obviously whilst applying for jobs, I was still playing machines, and I realised I would be significantly better off in the short term at least by gambling full-time. I decided to give myself six months gambling full-time and never looked back.

Gradually I turned my interest to other gambling pursuits and spent some time playing online poker prior to the UIGEA legislation (which had a huge effect on the industry, making it very difficult for US players to deposit/play). Following this, I turned my attention to sport betting/trading.

Which markets do you prefer to trade and what software are you using? Do you find more opportunities in pre-game or live betting?

My preference generally is in-play, as there are fewer easily available statistics to the average bettor/trader for in-play data as opposed to pre-match. Because of this, I created my own in-play data and I use this data in the in-play markets, as well as providing this to subscribers.

Generally speaking, I trade the match odds markets. There are a few side markets that I’d definitely be interested in with better liquidity as well, but this is frequently not available.

Software wise, I have never really used an API consistently, for several reasons. Firstly, I run a Mac as my main trading PC, and there isn’t much in the way of available software for Macs. There is perhaps a gap in the market for somebody. Secondly, speed isn’t a huge issue for me as I tend to enter/exit during breaks in play, such as the end of games or end of sets.

What bankroll management strategies do you use and what has been your biggest loss?

I found that poker gave me an excellent grounding for bankroll management. In poker, it’s generally accepted that you would require 40-50 full buy-ins to play a certain stake. This equates to 2-2.5% of your bankroll if you were to lose your full stake on that game. This is something that I similarly adopt in trading and my script calculates my stake automatically whilst I am trading, with a built-in maximum loss figure.

With regards to my biggest loss, I try not to dwell on individual match profits/losses much, because they are part and parcel of the game and thinking about them too much is a sub-optimal usage of energy.

How does a typical day of a tennis trader look like?

Good question - it depends on the time zone of the events. So, for example, currently we are in the Asian swing so a day’s play will start at anything from 3-6am UK time. Given the start times, I’ll prepare the daily trading spreadsheet for each match the evening before, and also then send it to the subscribers of my service.

Then I’ll try and get an early night if possible, and get up around the 6-630am mark, as I find that the in-play liquidity is quite poor before this time. Then I’ll finalise my script with regards to looking at potential entry points for each match, which takes around 15 minutes, and from then I’ll be looking at opportunities for entering the market.

Life is a bit easier in the European and US seasons, with later daily start times. Typically then I’ll get up a little later and get everything fully prepared that morning in advance of the events.

It’s quite a lonely pursuit, and whilst it’s possible to chat with other traders on Skype or social media, it’s fairly tough to balance chatting and concentration/focus. I think in a short-term ideal world, I’d trade and turn off all other distractions, but looking long-term, most people would probably go insane doing this.

You are known for being a stats based trader. Do you ever use your intuition and if so, how?

A little, I suppose. Deviation off my script is pretty rare and if there was deviation, it would more be focused towards avoiding an entry point as opposed to creating a different one.

The main area where I’ll use intuition would be compilation of the data in the daily spreadsheet. An example of this would be that I’ll choose to use a different sample size for a certain player than my usual sample, because I feel like the usual sample misrepresents the player’s ability level or chances in the upcoming match.

Speaking of tennis, which new player do you think is worth following?

Daniil Medvedev, a 20 year old from Russia. He’s made ridiculous progress in the last few months and is at a career high ranking of 122 this week, which is less than half of his ranking in June. In his last five Challenger tournaments, he’s made the quarter-finals at least in all, won one, and been runner-up in another.

Not only are his stats impressive and improving quickly, but he has shown ability across all surfaces, which will do him huge favours for his ranking in the future. He’s also not defending many ranking points for the first few months of 2017, so it wouldn’t surprise me to see him make inroads into the top 100 very soon indeed.

What advice has helped you the most in your ten
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Australian Open live betting
Why it pays to bet in-play during the Grand Slams

By Pinnacle

There are few things more exhilarating and tense in the world of sports than Grand Slam tennis, which is what makes the prospect of betting on them in-play so exciting. Live bettors deserve a product that matches the excitement and this is where the Pinnacle live tennis betting product comes into play.
The demand for live betting in tennis has never been higher; bettors are no longer happy to bet game-by-game, they want the ability to bet point-by-point at multiple times during matches, enabling them to lock-in profits.


With an average of over 500 live odds updates every match and the option to rebet on the same markets with the same high limits, we have a product that we feel matches these demands.

Easy navigation
Featuring prominently on our home page, our in-play odds are easy to find. Simply click on the Tennis icon under Live In-Play in our guest betting menu and choose from the available categories. Log-in or open an account here to take full advantage.

Low margins
With points coming thick and fast and games going to and fro, the live betting markets in tennis can be extremely volatile, for this reason it is imperative that bettors keep as much of an edge as possible.

Betting on markets with low margins is the best way to retain an edge, even if the markets are showing huge volatility. A lot of bookmakers will be offering in-play tennis odds with a margin of around 111% on most Grand Slam matches; some will even go as high as 115% during certain matches.

You will already be 15% worse off before you have even started, meaning if you are looking to decrease your risk or hedge your bets, you automatically have a lot more ground to make up.

With us it’s different, we constantly have the lowest margins on almost all our live tennis betting markets, with lines that are predominantly set at around the 104% margin range.

So, for those looking to keep their cool in a volatile and temperamental market, Pinnacle bring in-play calm to all the madness surrounding them.

High limits
It is important to us that we continually match the on-going demands from our customers; one of those is high limits. We consistently offer the highest betting limits online, with the ability to rebet the same amount just seconds later, and this is no different for live tennis betting.

Our in-play limits for a single bet – unlimited rebets - on the Australian Open are as follows:

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This, along with our Winners Welcome policy, ensures that we remain the bookmaker of choice for all serious tennis bettors worldwide.

Point-by-point odds movement
The graph below clearly illustrates the huge difference point-by-point betting makes to the amount of time that live tennis betting markets are available. Using the 2015 Men's French Open Final as an example the availablity of live odds increased enormoursly with point-by-point updates, compared to when odds were updated only at the change of ends.

For bettors constantly looking to hedge their bets, the benefits are obvious, the bigger the increase in live odds, the more likely a bettor is of finding a price they are happy to trade out at, this applies on both sides of the market as well. With essential low margins and unbeatable high limits, there is no better place to turn a losing bet into a winning one.

It isn't just the latter stages where we offer point-by-point betting, we will offer a fully live Money Line that will be available for every qualifier and main draw match at the Australian Open. So, whilst some of our rivals will be offering low liquidity during the early rounds, we will be offering every single tournament match with the complete package.

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