Sportsbook Articles (Page 9)

Sportsbook Articles

People wager for many different reasons. Sports fans may simply enjoy backing their favorite teams and sharing directly in their successes and failures. Others find that a little “skin ...
Also referred to as “dutching” or the “dutch win system,” dutch betting is a form of multi-layer wagering, often applied to horse racing or dog racing, as a way to cover multiple positi...
In sports betting, two sets of circumstances lead to high odds. The obvious one is that the less likely a result, the higher the odds on it will be. The other relates to the difficulty ...
In every sports match-up between two teams or individuals, bookmakers designate one side as the favourite, expected to win, and the other as the underdog, expected to lose. The odds on ...
Of all the wagers one can make in sports, the draw bet is perhaps the most intriguing. It has the power to turn what would otherwise be a non-event into a winner, and typically at much ...
Handicapping can be a lot of fun and quite rewarding, but for the part-time punter, it is almost impossible to keep up with all of the news and variables that can affect multiple events...
Prior to the dissolution of the five island territories collectively known as the Netherlands Antilles in 2010, Willemstad was the capital city not only of the Island Territory of Curaç...
The word “Seoul” actually means “Capital City” in Korean, befitting its role as the capital of South Korea. The city may have been founded on the north bank of the Han River in 18 BCE, ...
Located at the foot of Mount Vitosha in western Bulgaria, Sofia is not only the nation’s capital but also its largest city, boasting a metro population of just under 1.3 million residen...
Located near the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula at the mouth of the Gulf of Aqaba, Sharm el-Sheikh was a quiet fishing village for hundreds of years under Ottoman rule. Then, in th...
As the capital of Latvia, Riga is also the nation’s largest city with a metro population of just over one million residents. It is located on a flat, sandy plain at the mouth of the Riv...
Although Port of Spain has been the capital of Trinidad and Tobago since 1757, it is still not the country’s largest city. With fewer than 550,000 residents, its population is less than...