Typical Villa left it late, nabbing the winner in the 88th minute. Which set me thinking, could short odds betting, whereby the chances of something happening are relatively high, at the very least beat interest rates offered by banks and building societies? But I kept at it.
But soon I was the one laughing. In fact, with 50 bets now under my belt, my profit margin stands at Beat that, Nationwide. How have I done it? First, by betting only on short odds.
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Secondly, I paid only in cash. As certain pals of mine admitted, internet accounts are an open doorway to temptation. Thirdly, I kept detailed records, to log my progress but also to ensure that I never tried to kid myself.
He was right. Andy Murray to beat Novak Djokovic.
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What was I thinking? Which of course meant not betting on horse racing at all, but on football, rugby, cricket or tennis matches. And only ever on the result. Too complicated, too great a mental strain. When I tell hardened gamblers of my success rate, they ask which tipsters I read, which form guides I consult. Embarrassed, I have to admit I barely take more than five minutes a week to choose which match to bet on. But frankly, I could never be bothered to walk the extra half mile.
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Maybe I am just lucky. But now that my year of betting responsibly is over, and my winnings have gone to charity, I am conflicted.
Should I carry on, if only for the craic? Should I be upping my weekly stake? Buy Now with 1 Credit. It all started with the bereavement flowers with my name on them. Not the best way to wake up, right? I work in a flower shop. I know a funeral arrangement when I see one. I know a killer when I see one, too Lily is hiding something, a secret so big, she came out of a year-long coma and her first instinct was to lie.
Who does that? Someone who is afraid. No - not afraid. When a mysterious job offer brings Carrie Myerson back to the town where her father was set up for a federal crime, she returns - to face a past more dangerous than she ever imagined. And a love more passionate than she ever dreamed The son and stepdaughter of rival drug dealers, Chase Halloway and Allie Boden know the odds are stacked against them, but love doesn't care about odds I need to prove Jane is innocent despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
I believe Jane. I love her. But it might be too late. Or, worse - it might all be an illusion. If proof is just a magician's sleight of hand, then we're caught in a sick trick. A deadly one I was just captured. What I thought was a massive drug operation run by a man who killed my father turns out to be 10 times more horrific.
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