The definitive and up-to-date guide to sports spread betting Daniel Townend has interviewed many spread betting insiders in the spread betting firms, sports journalists and successful punters to compile this definitive and up-to-date guide to all aspects of Sports Spread Betting. The book includes chapters on the major individual sports, details of all the different markets offered and the differences between the spread betting firms. The book has sections on: 1) The philosophy of a spread bettor 2) Lies, damned lies and statistics...but how the spread firms swear by them. 3) What moves the market...what traders are thinking when they are setting markets 4) Money-management a know what your losses could be 5) In-running betting 6) Football - Why despite being the national obsession, football is the hardest sport to win on 7) Cricket and how it is the perfect spread bet sport 8) Rugby - The elite teams and inside comment from Ian Robertson 9) Golf - The majors vs. the run of the mill competitions. 10) American Football, Motor Racing a Greyhound Racing 11) Politics - The intrigue of insider information from the halls of Westminster with inside comment from Peter Kellner.It is a cold night in the East Midlands and Burton Albion from the Football Conference are playing in an FA Cup first round replay against Second ... But it is possible to make money on football and Chapter Eight: Football Matches and Markets.
|Title||:||Sports Spread Betting|
|Publisher||:||Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW - 2003-06-01|