Punters with a passion for football betting usually rely on a combination of their own research, gut instincts, and one or two betting systems, as the foundation for making sports betting decisions.
In his book, “The Art and Science of Picking Winning Horses”, author and handicapper James Hillis outlines a 12-point system for choosing a winning horse at the races. Though by the author’s own admission not a promise or a guarantee (so such system exists!), the 12-point system is probably as good a method as it gets for choosing winners.
Live betting refers to the option to bet on games that are already in progress. This is a new and unique fashion in which to make sports bets in New Zealand, since up until just recently betting was only allowed strictly up until such point as the match or race began. Live betting has recently become possible due to innovations in internet technology, which allow bet makers to watch sports via live internet streams. Read More “Live Betting Guide for NZ Online Punters”
You can now get instant access to a world of online sports betting right at your laptop, home computer, or via your mobile phone. All that is required is an internet connection, and you can be placing bets in seconds. It’s so easy and convenient that bet makers of just a few years ago would turn green with envy. But what is required to place bets online? Do you need a fancy laptop? Are you required to go through a lengthily and irritating registrations process? Do you have to wait for days for winnings to be delivered? The answer to all these questions is; no. Let’s take a closer look at how easy it is to place sports bets online in New Zealand. Read More “An Extensive Wagering Guide to Online Sports Betting in NZ”