Due to the huge development in technology surrounding smartphones and tablets the gambling industry has seen a significant shift in how bets are being placed by clients. With the first bookmakers having been established at around the turn of this millennium gambling has gone from strength to strength. The trend is definitely now shifting towards cellular betting through apps or websites.
As a result, bookmakers who don’t offer you an efficient and simple to use gaming program with an extensive range of services and features will probably not make to much of an impact within the market. Betting customers are more demanding than previously also, in order to place bets in their favourite markets, with punters no longer needing to become reliant upon their own desktop. Because of this, betting apps are developed and introduced by numerous leading bookmakers in order to provide more flexibility to clients, with each offering something different when it comes to both performance and features. Consequently, the following page provides a number of the greatest apps available to punters, as well as readers with a clearer understanding of mobile apps as a whole.

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The Theory of Poker Applied to No-Limit Currently available

For all those of you here The Theory of Poker Applied to No-Limit by David Sklansky is now available at Gambler’s General Store/ GAMBLER’S BOOK CLUB in downtown Las Vegas. Their speech is -LRB-702-RRB-??382-9903.
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Best Bets for UFC 221: Underdogs, Props & Parlays

The UFC returns to Australia with UFC 221, headlined by an showdown between middleweights Luke Rockhold and Yoel Romero.

The event features a tilt between New Zealander Mark Hunt and Curtis Blaydes.
The Best Bets for UFC Fight Night 125 of last week went 2-1. (The John Dodson scrap was canceled.) That pushes our overall record to 18-11, but we dropped a little cash last week, lowering our entire benefit down to $66.33. (Perhaps I should go back and read my 6 Tips for Successful MMA Betting?)
Time to contact our ways that are lucrative with the best bets for UFC 221.
Jussier Formiga (20-5) can grapple and has one of the best back matches in the company. He’s an absolute leech when he gets his hooks in. But though Formiga has a better body of work contrary to some world-class guys in the branch, it’s hard to bet against rising star Ben Nguyen (16-6).
“Ben 10” has improved certain aspects of his game, like scrambling and takedown defense, to be able to maintain his struggles standing. Why? He’ll knock his opponent’s head off because if his fights stay upright. He’s a prospective title contender who UFC loss came to Louis Smolka in what was a slobber-knocker of a struggle.
That +100 moneyline for Nguyen at BetOnline is a nice round number.

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Emmanuel Sanchez hurt, AJ McKee currently fights Ray Wood Friday in Bellator 166 Bellator officials announced Monday that Emmanuel Sanchez (13-3) was forced off Friday’s Bellator 166 card because of injury. As a result, AJ McKee will take on Ray Wood. McKee (5-0) endures his second straight battle with an opponent switch. Back in Bellator 160, he was supposed to combat Henry Corrales, but due to injury he ended up battling and defeating Cody Walker by submission. The undefeated 21-year-old is the son of UFC veteran Antonio McKee. Wood (7-2) has gone 1-1 in Bellator and was slated to carry on Treston Thomison (9-4), who needs a new opponent. Bellator 166 takes place in WinStar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, Okla.. Here’s an updated look at the card… MAIN CARD (Spike, 9 p.m. ET) Champ Eduardo Dantas vs. Joe Warren — to get bantamweight name A.J. McKee vs. Ray Wood L.C. Davis vs. Marcos Galvao Chris Honeycutt vs. Ben Reiter PRELIMINARY CARD (7 p.m. ET) Treston Thomison vs. TBA Derrick Adkins vs. Chris Jones Levi Queen vs. Chance Rencountre Gregory Babene vs. Emiliano Sordi John King vs. Kinny Spotwood Undefeated featherweight Shane Burgos measures up to combat Tiago Trator in UFC Fight Night 102 With Zubaira Tukhugov being removed from UFC Albany for a possible USADA violation, New York native Shane Burgos has awakened to face Tiago Trator in UFC Fight Night 102. Burgos (7-0) was supposed to struggle at CFFC 61 back in October, but his opponent pulled out due to injury. The 25-year-old last saw action against Jacob Bohn in CFFC 56, at which he won by first round TKO. Trator (20-5-1, 1 NC) heads to this matchup off a decision victory over Clay Collard back in September 2015. The Brazilian is 1-2 in his UFC career up to now. UFC Fight Night 102 takes place at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY. With Aljamain Sterling injured, Raphael Assuncao removed from UFC Albany card MMAFighting reported on Monday which bantamweight Raphael Assuncao will no longer compete at UFC Fight Night 102, since the UFC was not able to find him an opponent. The UFC intends to re-book the two 135-pound fighters at some point in 2017. Glover Teixeira vs. Jimi Manuwa in the works for UFC 208 Jim Edwards of FloCombat reported Monday that light heavyweights Glover Teixeira and Jimi Manuwa are set to battle UFC 208. Teixeira (25-4) had his three-fight win streak snapped in his final fight, as Anthony Johnson knocked the Brazilian out in 13 seconds back at UFC 202. Manuwa (16-2) heads to this matchup off a TKO victory over Ovince St-Preux at UFC 204. UFC 208 occurs January 21st in the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. Canadian heavyweight prospect Dustin Joynson talks Jared Henderson, Zuma MMA & Toronto Maple Leafs Dustin Joynson (2-0) discusses his upcoming fight against Jared Henderson (1-0)

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This weekend, we have a 13-fight card at Florida. DraftKings has some strong contests for us to acquire a great deal of money from this week. The main GPP is a $15 buy and $25k goes to 1st place with a total of $120k being paid out. They also have a brand new Qualifier only contest for $175,000. There’ll be 100 qualifiers for that competition and they’ll compete for a $50k first location cost and that $175k will be spread out between all 100 entries that match. I will try to receive my 2nd seat this week if at all possible. Those Qualifier only competitions can be actual bankroll suckers, so be careful chasing those too hard. I’ll probably stick to the top GPP this week and then throw 50-100 entrances at that $25k prize, then I will probably have a couple shots at the Q. I will also be posting H2Hs in addition to picking up H2Hs through the week to get a good amount of play into money games.
With that said, let us get to a couple plays I like this week along with my fade of this week:
Money Game play of the week — Roosevelt Roberts — $9,500
I expect Roberts to be the much better fighter everywhere this battle goes. I believe Gifford’s best shot at a win would be locking up a guillotine. Other than that, I believe we’ve got a fairly safe win here using Roberts and that’s precisely what I am looking for. I want the safer wins in money and that I can be concerned about who is going to score the greatest in GPPs. I believe we can eliminate him at the GPPs in his price because if he puts up 90 DK points in a win then won’t win $25k. It will help us win in cash games though and I’d be surprised if he had a low scoring win here. I believe he’s excellent for 80-100 points here and I’m totally okay with this in my cash lineup.
GPP drama of the week — Greg Hardy- $9,300
Hardy is the GPP drama of this week and he’s the greatest ITD odds on the card in -222. This is a set up struggle for him to receive a knockout and I think that is quite likely going to happen in the very first round. That should put Hardy over 100 things and I am considering that. Hardy will be among my best plays of the week, but he’s GPP only for me. We can not trust him enough for cash games, so that’s the reason why I like Roberts more in that format. I do think Hardy can outscore Roberts though if they win, and he’s $200 cheaper. That may knock Roberts off the top lineup and even with higher ownership we could win that $25k with Hardy in our lineup as long as he receives the first KO. Hardy wins in round 1 is lined at -130 and that is too great for me to pass in GPPs.
Underdog drama of the week — Glover Teixeira — $7,900
Teixeira is no more the underdog on the gambling line (-120) but DraftKings salaries do not change as soon as they’re released. We receive Teixeira here for $400 less costly than Cutelaba and he’s preferred to get the win. In addition, I believe he could win in the 1st round with a submission and score above 90 points. That would provide him a good shot at being on the perfect lineup. I will be targeting both sides of the struggle in GPPs since I do not expect it to move all 3 rounds, but that value on Teixeira is what I enjoy the most and we have to have”underdogs” in our DK lineups with the $50k salary cap. I think that the clear path to victory for Glover is on the floor and that is what I expect his game plan to be. I enjoy him to find a submission win if he is able to land takedowns and he’ll be one of my greatest possessed underdogs this week.
Fade of this week — Carla Esparza ($8,200)
I know people were expecting me to place Angela Hill as my fade at $9.4k. She’s a solid fade too… However, I am going with Esparza as my fade this week and I will have zero lineups including her. In general, Esparza is a decent wrestler and we enjoy wrestlers in DraftKings. I simply don’t see wrestling in her best interest against Jandiroba and that I think she uses her wrestling at defense to try to keep this fight on the feet. All the threat is on the ground in this matchup and Carla has the boxing of both. I think she could acquire a 30-27 striking decision but that won’t score highly, and I’d guess it sets up about ~60 DK points. That is not going to cut it 8.2k so I simply don’t see the way she ends up on the $25k lineup this week if she does win, and that is why she is my fade of this week.
Thank you for reading this and good luck this weekend! If You’d like my full-card breakdown at which I breakdown every fight about the card and give my full DraftKings evaluation, in Addition to all of my pick predictions, then you can find that for just $7.99 at this link below:
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