Monthly Archives: September 2013

SkyBet League One Betting – Season Trader update THE BETS

September 7, 2013
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6 matches into the League One season and I am┬áready to enter the winners market with a view to season trades I did some analysis right at the start of the season to identify some trends for past winners of the division, and whilst it was not the most convincing of the lower league to unravel, I have my approach. Click here to see the analysis detail on the original blog CLICK HERE TO SEE THE UPDATE AND REASONS BEHIND THE BETS   LEYTON ORIENT A record of five wins from five to kick off the season is no mean feat. READ MORE WOLVES Wolves were the pre season favourites for the division after relegation from the Championship last season and remain so at a short 2.42 on betfair. Yes they look strong but haven’t really been tested as yet. READ MORE BRADFORD CITY After the heroics of last...

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An update on MOB activity – Is anyone out there?

September 4, 2013
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I have to say I am very proud of what SBB Columns has become but I have since moved on once again. Starting a new company in April this year, iSport Associates Ltd, offering copywriting service to the sports betting industry,things have moved on at a pace. A decent portfolio of client has allowed me to make some life changes I never thought might be possible, and my betting activity has gradually morphed into more trading than straight backing. I still make my selections based on runners I feel have a great chance of winning races although the overall daily shortlist is now whittled down by checking previous in play running and trading habits. A recent example of how things have changed is picking SLIP SLIDING AWAY as one of these trades on the 3rd September. I felt he was underestimated in the market and could even win,despite his...

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