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- Apr 10th, 2013
Who will win the 2013 US Masters? Will Tiger Woods claim US Masters glory once again? Where is the value at the Augusta National Golf Club in 2013? Today on the blog Barry Snidetats returns to share his insight on the 2013 US Masters tournament. Celebrations to mark this year’s Easter festival have passed around the globe but an even greater resurrection story is unfolding in a small corner of the American deep-south. Our protagonist – a man of miracles, surety of purpose and no ...
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- Mar 31st, 2013
Is Tiger Woods back to his best as we approach this year's Masters? Who were the winners at Cheltenham and who deserves serious consideration for the Grand National? Today on the blog Barry Snidetats returns to let us know which results went his way in March and what he's looking forward to in April. What a month it’s been. The finest equine beauties pounding the turf at Cheltenham, the mighty Mr Woods back on top for the first time since his shagging days…. and the earth-shatter...
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- Mar 1st, 2013
Who's likely to set up a goal this weekend? Today on the blog Barry Snidetats offers his thoughts on the Anytime Assist market, with another edition of his Anytime Assist Notebook. As the value dwindles on the likes of Cazorla, Hazard and Silva, this month I focus on a few unlikely faces to follow in Boylesport’s ‘anytime assist’ market. Here’s who to watch… Nacho Monreal Arsene Wenger’s January signing from Malaga has gone pretty much unnoticed with hea...
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- Jan 25th, 2013
Should you get involved in Next Manager betting? Should you back Liverpool with caution? It's a new year and a time for reflection for our man Barry Snidetats as he assesses his betting form in where else, Budapest. After my recent travels I brought 2012 to a close in chilly Budapest where I spent my time amid the city’s ruin bars and the hot spas. At first glance that may sound quite idyllic but let me tell you there’s only so much relaxing you can do when you’re sweating i...
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- Dec 13th, 2012
Betting on anytime goal scorer markets has only become more and more popular in recent seasons. But what of the player's who create those goal chances? Today on the blog Barry Snidetats offers some advice on an emerging market, betting on anytime goal assists. I’m always interested in new ways to punt and this year Boylesports’ assists market has really caught my eye. Poring over assists was once the preserve of fantasy football freaks but now it’s been brought into the bett...
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- Dec 2nd, 2012
Ryder Cup. Superclasico. Taking Boylesports for a ride. It's been a busy month for our friend Barry Snidetats. Today on the blog he shares with us his recent travels and how to profit from goal assists. It’s been a while since I’ve posted on BettingExpert, but there is a very good reason for that. I’ve been undergoing an existential crisis and have come to the conclusion that I am not in fact a betting expert. Actually, that’s bollocks, but there’s nothing like ...
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- Sep 15th, 2012
It's been an eventful couple of months for Mr Snidetats. Today on the blog Barry updates us on his betting success in Scottish 3rd division goal scorer markets and his campaign for justice with William Hill. It's been a funny few weeks. My latest betting saga starts with a punt on a Scottish Third Division game and ends with an interview on Radio Ulster from a hotel in Malta (paid for by William Hill). I'll start with a confession: I am, for all my considerable sins, a Rangers fan. Indeed my...
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- Jul 6th, 2012
With Euro 2012 now fading in our collective memories, today on the blog Barry Snidetats shares with his highs and his lows from the European championships. I live in Dulwich. It’s nice, but it's full of wankers. You know the kind. Yummy mummies in their Chelsea tractors queuing outside the organic baby food shop. Wankers really. So it came as no surprise when I was out in a local restaurant recently and a middle-aged member of the Women’s Institute asked me for my favourite loca...
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