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Sportsbook Deposit

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

Popular Methods of Sportsbook Deposit – an article by Jamesstewart

Most of the sports betting enthusiasts wonder about the sportsbook deposit and its various methods. A wide range of sportsbook deposit methods are available for the true blue sports bettors. However, it should be noted that funding methods of an online sports book is a volatile process with the changing banking regulations and legal landscape. But there are certain options that most of the sportsbooks accept.

For any method of sports betting online, you need to open a sportsbook account to which you can transfer the money for sports betting. The sportsbook also offer sign-up bonuses to new players. If you have won your betting, you can get the amount through your sports betting account.

It is always recommended that you should use a trusted method of sportsbook deposit that is widely used in the sports betting world. You can find several methods of sportsbook deposit, but let’s discuss about some of the most popular ones.

Credit Cards– Credit cards always have been the most popular option for sportsbook deposit and funding a betting account. The best aspect of using a credit card is that it allows you to gamble as soon as your transaction is cleared. These days, many credit card processors and banks have blacklisted the transactions of online gambling. But there are few processors who still allow the online gambling at a high rate of acceptance.

E-Checks– The Internet has simplified almost everything for the users and that is the reason why most people prefer to gamble online. E-checks are another easy way to feed your sportsbook deposit. With E-check, you can create an online account through which you can transfer the amount of your betting from your personal account to sportsbook account. You can find different options on different sportsbooks to start gambling. For instance, some sportsbooks allow sportsbet instantly while others allow it after your funds are cleared.

Bank Wires– The bank wires are accepted by almost all the sportsbooks. It is a faster process. If you are able to give your sportsbook deposits early enough in the morning, chances are high of your money being deposited in your betting account before the evening games start. With some of the sportsbooks you need to pay the fees for sending wires.

Western Union– there are many Sportsbooks that allows money transfer through Western Union. Your betting account takes a few hours or less than that to get credited with the betting amount, and you can easily wager on you favorite game, team or player. Often, the sportsbooks demand the fees for the method.

Expert sports betting enthusiasts are familiar with the betting techniques as well as sports book deposit methods. Some experts even look for the faster techniques of crediting their accounts for sports betting. But for the newbie sports bettors, the simple methods are safe and easy to understand. Apart from the methods of sportsbook deposit that you know, there are many other methods that are popping up and attracting the sports bettors in various ways. However, you should make sure that you are using a reputed and reliable method for a risk free transaction.

The Author:

James Stewart writes reviews on various sports blogs In this piece of write up he highlights one of the upcoming sports betting blog named sprots.legendz.com that proves handy for guys who want to try out sportsbook deposit games online.

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Money line sports bets

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

I have a question about money line sports bets?

Here’s an example:

It happens that tomorrow’s money line on the Yankee – Mariner game is New York -175, Seattle +165. Now suppose that you and I both go to a sports book in Las Vegas and I take the Yankees and you take the Mariners.
If the Yankees win, you lose $100 and I win $100.
If the Mariners win, I lose $175 and you win $165.

Now here’s my question: Assuming that there is an equal amount of betting support for each team, it looks to me like the sports book makes money on this type of bet only when the underdog wins. Is this true? If not, how does the book make money when the favorite wins?

Question posted by: wild_turkey_willie

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Do you think pro sports betting should be legal everywhere?

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

Do you think pro sports betting should be legal everywhere?

I don’t really see much wrong with football pools. It’s pretty random, anyway, considering the point spreads.

Question posted by: ®eality * His New Account

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