Football Sunday is Finally Here!

After a wild Saturday of NCAA college basketball, at last, the NFC and AFC Championship games have arrived. Once again as a reminder, if you haven’t sought out one of our featured sportsbooks on, you will want to do so, as there is precious little time left before the first game starts.  As I mentioned, Saturday was a busy day, with 90 basketball games being played. This writer came out a little better than even, winning the first parlay bet (for the west coast teams), but losing the second parlay bet after Texas, if unexpectedly fell to Villanova. With a little extra change in the pocket, I have placed one more bet on the NFL playoffs, for a two team parlay taking both of the favorites on the line. With my bets placed for underdogs already, I went to and placed a security bet taking The Colts and the Bears to cover the point spread against them. With this, if I lose my other two bets for any reason, I’ll still come up with just a little slight loss of money. I may be exposing my reluctance over taking to underdogs, but whatever? The playoffs only come around once a year, right?

With that said and done, Sunday will shape up to be an exciting day indeed. The Bears and the Saints start in about 1 hour, and the anticipation is almost too much to bear (no pun intended).  In the meantime, there are plenty of ways to occupy time, especially with all of the great featured casinos we have at To kill a little bit of time, this writer is going back to, for a couple of hands at the Texas Hold ‘Em tables. Overall, this website has given me room to play with on my sportsbook wagers, as I have managed to come out on top in almost every sitting. This is a great way for anyone to bet small amounts of money (as most casinos offer table bets as low as 5/10 cents per ante and as high as 50/100 dollars per and up), develop good playing habits, and come up with extra change to use at our featured sportsbooks.  I am a huge fan of our featured online casinos, which have yet to provide anything but the best service, easiest usage, and often very good bonuses to be had.

So grab your snacks and settle in with your buddies this afternoon, or get yourself down to the local pub for some rowdy game time fun. This promises to be a couple of exciting games, and we here at wouldn’t miss this for the world. Enjoy your Sunday and thank you again for checking out our featured online sportsbooks and casinos. Wishing you the best of luck today, and every day and happy betting!



Aaron G.

NCAA Basketball Action, remember to place your NFL Playoff bets now!

With over 90 games to wager on in our featured online sportsbooks at, you would be hard pressed not to find something to wager on for this Saturday. From the Pac-10 to the ACC, the overwhelming amount of games will get any sports enthusiast excited, especially with the thought of having March Madness coming just around the corner. For my Saturday bets I’m keeping it relatively simple and taking two parlay wagers, one for each coast. With the great bonuses received over at, after almost a month I am finding that those bonuses have still not run out, leaving me to bet freely on games I normally would not. To use a little bit of that money on games I normally wouldn’t wager one seems like a perfect idea today. So I quickly hopped over to their website, and placed my first of two parlay bets, taking all Pac-10 teams. My 15 dollar wager includes Oregon over California, Washington State over Washington (even though I’m a Huskies fan, the ‘Cougs are better this year especially when at home), and UCLA over Arizona. We’ll just have to wait and see how these wagers turn out, as the Pac-10 is strong, and every game is contested regardless of record or rankings.

For the second parlay wager of the afternoon, I switch to the east coast games, if not merely for a little balance. To place my wager and mix it up, I switched websites to, taking 3 more teams for a more modest 10 dollar bet.  I’ll be taking North Carolina, Texas Tech, and Texas to all win games outright. Since I’m relatively new this season to the NCCA basketball circuit, this will be a little experiment to test out the waters, and see if this writer still has a little betting instincts for this league. With that said however, Saturday afternoon is perfect for kicking back (especially if you were like me and had to work this morning!) and enjoying some exciting college basketball action. Like I said earlier, you’d have a difficult time not finding something to bet on this afternoon so place those bets and take a seat in your favorite chair then enjoy!

With all this basketball action, it is easy to forget (if only for a moment or two) that tomorrow will be a great day for football fans. I freely admit that for me basketball is just a way to pass time before tomorrow’s playoff games. I’ve placed my wagers and the hype is being laid on thicker and thicker as the days go by. Who are you going to pick? I’m still going with two upsets on Sunday, though some would argue that the Saints can’t officially be called underdogs even if the wagering lines say otherwise. You could listen to the talking heads on television that seem to go back and forth on their opinions every hour, or you could flip a coin and probably have the same luck picking your winners. Needless to say, if you haven’t placed your wagers, you are only a few clicks away from betting on one or more of our featured online sportsbooks. Enjoy the Saturday sports action, and I wish you all the luck in placing your bets using the great featured sportsbooks and casinos at

Aaron G.

Friday Night in our featured sportsbooks and casinos wishes you a pleasant Friday, and the start of a great weekend.  Hopefully you are able to come home after work, relax, and enjoy a few of the great basketball and hockey games being played, or get a chance to knuckle up for some casino action on one of our featured sites. Luckily enough for this writer, placing a few bets on the NBA turned out to be a good investment, as the games have just ended with a notch in the win column for my parlay bet placed at The last game of the evening has just ended, with the Denver Nuggets defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in a much-hyped, yet little produced match-up in the Mile High City. Combined with the win for Phoenix (who stretched their win streak to 12), and Detroit’s 104-98 win over Minnesota, I am off to the Casinos to play some hands on the tables, and see if I can’t make this money go even farther!

Now I know it’s late on Friday, and normally going out on the town would be in order?but there is money to be earned on our featured casinos, and paying for 10 dollar drinks doesn’t sound so good when you could be winning that money at home instead. Besides, this guy’s got to work in the morning, hopefully hangover free and with some extra change in my pocket. So off to online casino at I go to play some cards, maybe a little roulette, maybe some blackjack, we’ll have to see. continues to be the one sportsbook and casino website that frequently sends me bonus offers for playing, and so far they have definitely paid off in my account with extra cash. This site is still one of my favorites, having the best in customer service, simple betting interfaces to quickly navigate through betting lines, as well as a long list of sports types to bet on. That is before you even step into the casino, or poker rooms, which offer some of the best services and games of any online casino this writer has played in to date. So if you have been through any of’s featured sportsbooks and casinos and haven’t taken the time to hit up, do yourself a favor and find out what a quality gambling institution looks like. You won’t be disappointed.

There is some great NCAA basketball match-ups scheduled for tomorrow, which are more than worthy of a bet, especially if you enjoy a good college rivalry. 90 games are available for wagers, including great games like Arizona vs. UCLA, Kansas vs. Texas Tech, or UNC vs. Georgia Tech. With all this action, there is an assurance that no matter where you live or who your root for, at least one NCAA game will suit your fancy. With that in mind, I’m off to the casinos! We’ll see you tomorrow on for more sportsbook and online casino action. Enjoy your evening and good luck placing those wagers!

Aaron G.

Who will win on NFL Sunday? Place your wagers and find out

We at are getting just a tiny bit antsy for the weekend already. That could be a good thing, considering that the weekend starts tomorrow or, adversely a long few days’ wait until the first NFL playoff! Nonetheless, the wait for this writer cannot be contained any longer and a trip to a place a few wagers on a couple of our featured sportsbooks is a necessary diversion, even if it only subdues the anticipation for a short while. One of the bigger questions of the NFL weekend would definitely have to address the weather in Chicago, and the upcoming playing conditions. Checking out the forecast predicted at for Sunday at Soldier Field, it appears that, yes, it will be cold however, only a slight chance for snow following a few colder, sunnier days. While the New Orleans Saints are definitely unaccustomed to adverse weather conditions, I’m sure it would be most welcome to any Bears fan if Mother Nature brought her wrath down to Chi-town just in time for the game.

Since the New Orleans Saints come into cold, hostile territory it is no surprise that they are the underdogs for this match-up across the board on all of our featured sportsbooks listed on Nonetheless, the Saints should have momentum on their side (as Chicago just barely squeaked by my mediocre Seahawks), which is why this writer is reluctant to bet against them. For a compromise, I have gone over to and taken the Saints on the line with a 3 point cushion. I am predicting the Saints will win this game outright, but a little insurance never hurt anyone. By the end of the game it will all come down to the contributions of the quarterbacks and the running game. Deuce McAllister, Reggie Bush, and Drew Brees just seem to be a more favorable wager in this light, especially when compared to the shaky play of Rex Grossman, even with the help of Thomas Jones and Cedric Benson in the backfield.

The Colts vs. the Patriots is going to be a straight up good game, and a tough wager to make for anyone. After watching the talking heads on the ‘tube, listening to the opinion writers on the internet, and even hearing the guy from the office in the row over talk about this game and who will win made me realize that a coin flip could be a good decision for wagering on this game. So to make for true 50-50 chance, I went to, flipped a quarter tails (which was for the Pats) and took New England to win on a straight money bet. It’s going to be a great game either way and definitely worth 20 bucks. While I certainly don’t advise making coin flips for wagers, make sure to place your bets for Sunday’s games in one of our featured sportsbooks. We at wish you the best of luck, and hope you have a happy Friday!

Aaron G.

Mid-Week Wagering, Online Casino Success makes it easy for anyone to become a knowledgeable gambler. Take a quick look at any of our featured sportsbooks and online casinos, and you will find a wealth of knowledge at your disposal, which in turn can be used to capitalize on wagers placed. While this writer is no professional by any means, it is true that even I have made good money by merely investing a little time in researching bets, while still having fun doing it. Take for example websites like, or, and, which not only have a vast supply of historical stats for any given sport (and wagering for just about anything imaginable, sport or non-sport) but also up-to-date sports articles and betting stats for every game wagered on. Other featured sportsbooks and casinos on our site offer similar services that can help to maximize your return on wagers placed, in turn making you a better player, with more money in your account.
Speaking of more money, Tuesday night turned out very well for sports bets (at least for this guy). While the Houston Rockets failed to contain the Dallas Mavericks, losing by 13 and busting my 10 dollar bet, the three team parlay won on NHL hockey more than made up for the loss. Another couple of shutouts (From New Jersey’s Martin Brodeur, and Vancouver’s Roberto Luongo) and two 3rd Period goals from Toronto resulted in one happy camper here, not to mention more cannon fodder for evening casino wagering. Also taking place on Tuesday night and worth mentioning was a great NCAA match-up between Oklahoma State and Texas, resulting in a three overtime victory for the underdog Cowboys. If you had a bet riding on this game last night, I hope that your blood pressure has resided by now, and that your hair hasn’t all fallen out, because that was one crazy game!
On another note, last night’s casino action was in full swing.’s casino had many people crammed onto the Texas Hold ‘Em tables, which made for a fun and enjoyable time. Coming out about dead even after about two hours of play on the no-limit tables did not show how much back and forth action went on, but I did see my first Royal Flush (not in my hand unfortunately), which consequently wiped two people off the table at once. I was lucky to avoid this 5 card apocalypse, folding early even though I had a solid two pair to the river. You know what they say? Know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em. Probably one of the best folds I have made this year so far.
For Wednesday, this writer is taking the night off from wagering to go check out some NBA action with the Golden State Warriors being hosted by the LA Clippers at the Staples Center. I want to wish you all happy betting on our featured sportsbooks and casinos, and hope that lucky breaks come your way as they have for me recently. Remember also that the weekend is just around the corner, and if you haven’t started getting your wagers in order for Sunday’s NFL games, you will definitely want to do so soon. I’ll see you tomorrow and from us at, thank you for checking in with us.

Aaron G.

Tuesday Sports bets, with a little Casino play on the side

At, there is always something new every single day to get you into the fun and exciting world of sports wagering and casino gaming. Whether it be checking out a new featured sportsbook you haven’t tried yet, placing a wager on sport (or hot dog eating contest?), or just hunkering down at the tables for some good old poker, we have it all for you. What that means for this writer however, is a constant supply of new games to wager on, and a seemingly endless amount of casino game types to try out, and hopefully master some day. With my two hockey bets coming to fruition, I am ready to place more bets today, and hopefully get in some Cards before the evening is over. Both the Detroit Red Wings (on Dominik Hacek’s 6th shutout of the season) and the San Jose Sharks winning 3-1 made my early wagers come through for me with flying colors. Thankfully, this also proved more than enough to cover the measly little 5 dollar bet placed on the Miami Heat, who struggled in the final minutes of OT and succumbed to Lakers in LA.
For Tuesday’s bets, there is a plate full of games to choose from ranging anywhere from Hockey to Tennis to NCAA basketball to Rugby. While I generally stick to the wagering I am most comfortable with, there is something that keeps pulling at my leg to try wagering out of my comfort zone. Maybe it’s the overwhelming amount of options offered by our featured sportsbooks, but new sporting events are calling all the time, begging me to play. However, in the mean time, I revert to my favorites and placed one parlay bet for this evening with for NHL hockey. Tonight, this writer will be rooting for the Vancouver Canucks (and taking under on the total points); New Jersey Devils to outright win, as well as the Toronto Maple Leafs. For the NBA, one journey to ends with a quick 10 dollar bet for the Houston Rockets to cover the modest 7.5 spread against Dallas. And now I play the waiting game?
So it’s off to the (real) work for this writer. Later this evening, I drop in on for my favorite Texas Hold ‘Em action, followed by a casino appearance at for a little bit of Black Jack. leaves you with tons of options for choosing your favorite sports bets, as well internet casino games that would rival any real casinos selection. Enjoy your day, and thanks again for choosing for the best featured sportsbooks and casinos the internet has to offer.

Aaron G.

Monday Night is for Hockey and Basketball wishes you a happy and reflective Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and we sincerely hope that you were able to take the day off, and relax a little. For all of you still groaning from your lack of Monday Night Football this evening, I share your pain. Nothing is quite as good on a Monday Night than coming home, quickly placing a wager or two, than kicking back for some good old football (maybe you were lucky enough to even be at a game live this year?). Instead, as the sports junkies we should all admit to being, we must find alternatives to our normal sports fix, just to get by. Well, maybe it’s not that bad, but anyways, this writer is looking no further than the NHL and the NBA to satisfy his sports fix tonight.  With 7 hockey games and 11 NBA games going tonight, there is plenty of action to choose from, and I for one have headed to a few of our featured sportsbooks for some wagering before the games get started.

If there is a hockey game to consider watch this evening, join me as I will be glued to the tube for the Montreal Canadians vs. Detroit Red Wings, who face each other this evening after going 3 years without being opponents. Being the Dominik Hasek fan I am my first bet will be to take under on total points, as he usually owns Montreal. I jumped over to to place my bet just in time for the game and now I’m ready for two of the Original Six teams to match-up. I’m a sucker for sports history, what can I say. Anyways, also on my list for this evening was to place a total of two hockey bets and at least one parlay bet, whether it be on the NHL or the NBA. has yet to see a hockey bet from this writer, so I’ll entertain them with the evening game, pitting San Jose against Colorado. This should make for a good match-up as the San Jose sharks start a 3 game home stand (which I would bet they won’t lose the front end of) and thus I’m taking the Sharks on the money line.

Did I mention D. Wade vs. Kobe tonight? Being that my current location is Los Angeles, I figure I should place a bet on this game. Even though the Heat aren’t off to a great start, I’m still taking them in part because although the Lakers are in my home town, I can’t bet on Kobe Bryant, no matter how good he is. Is it ironic that I bet against the hometown team? Maybe. But this is LA, and no one is really from here anyways. I have placed my bet over on and I have a bit more hockey to watch before the B-ball game comes on. So I’ve placed my bets, what are you waiting for? Throw down what you’re doing and hop on over to one of our featured sportsbooks, place those wagers, and kick back for some  games this Monday night. We’ll see you tomorrow.

Aaron G.

Great Sunday Playoff Games, Even if the home team comes up short

If you were in line with all the featured sportsbooks on, you didn’t have a hard time yesterday deciding that the Chicago Bears would pound the Seattle Seahawks, and breeze quickly and easily into the Conference championships. Not only did Seattle get no love from the networks, reciting the disastrous 37-6 routing earlier this year, but the general consensus at the sportsbooks was the same, giving Seattle up as a 9 point underdog. While this writer certainly wouldn’t condone betting against Chicago at home in the playoffs, the 9 point spread should have been a flag to anyone wishing to bet on this game. After all, only the Colts v. Ravens game ended up with a 9 point differential, in favor of the underdog. So while I must shrug my shoulders at the blown opportunity Seattle had for beating Chicago, taking Seattle to cover the 9 points means that I can be unhappy with a loss, but still have a bet in my win column, and money in my sportsbook account.

In the second game on Sunday, to no one’s real surprise, the playoff-savvy New England Patriots marched into San Diego and handed them a big loss. San Diego comes up short again, and Marty Shottenheimer’s career comes into question with yet another failed attempt to bring a top seed team through the first Playoff game. Coincidentally, with my wager to take the Patriots and the points, this wrapped up my NFL weekend at 4-0, making me one pretty happy camper (and a definite candidate for some late night Poker action on a few of’s featured casinos). Using the point spread paid off big time, and gives this writer cannon fodder for the casino tables, even while my shoulders shrug a little with a heart-breaking home team loss. You can’t win ’em all, but you can place the right bet to cover yourself when your team blows it at the end of a game. Lesson learned.

For the rest of the evening, I will be predisposed at, which happens to have a quality casino, with many featured games, not to mention tons of bonuses to take advantage of. Taking my winnings over to the tables seems like a good idea, as I try to get the win my home team coughed up. Ok, enough with the home team. You know what it’s like when the home team loses, right? Right. So I’ll leave it short and simple to wrap up this NFL infused weekend. Check out the featured sportsbooks and casinos, find a niche for yourself, and settle into some quality wagering over the long weekend. Pay your respects to Dr. King and hopefully have yourself a peaceful day of extra rest (unless you are a slave to the grind like this writer is). I’ll see you tomorrow on, your place for the finest sportsbooks and casinos the internet has to offer.



Aaron G.




Playoff Saturday Good, Playoff Sunday even better

Hello and happy NFL playoff season from us at! We hope that you were fortunate enough to watch the NFL playoffs this afternoon and evening, and hopefully you were able to catch your home team advance into yet another round of playoffs, or at least see that a wager or two came up smelling like roses. For this writer, my first week of playoffs proved to be a pretty unsuccessful one, however, redemption has been served on the second Saturday of the playoffs (when at first you don’t succeed, try, try again, right?).  For yesterday’s match-ups I had chosen the Colts to cover the spread, and placed my bet over at the great sportsbook, aptly named Not only did the Colts cover the 3.5 point disadvantage, but the strong leg of kicker Adam Vinateri came through in the clutch yet again, scoring all 15 points on a record-tying 5/5 field goals made. The Colts march on leaving many to scratch their heads with all the talk of Baltimore’s great defense, at home, against the recently shaky play of the Colts.

The second NFL game of the day this Saturday was much more exciting to watch for the everyday fan, with two much more explosive offenses. The New Orleans Saints put up a team record amount of offense for the playoffs, and Drew Brees managed the game beautifully. With my bet placed on taking the Eagles to get with 5 points, I anxiously watched the back and forth exchange of points leading all the way to the end of the fourth quarter. Now either with a win or loss on my wagers, this was a fun game to watch. However when the final score came up 24-27 Saints, making my sportsbook wager win, and this writer was nothing but smiles for the rest of the evening. Big props go to Coach of the Year Sean Payton, and the outstanding will of the New Orleans Saints, putting up the biggest turnaround in NFL history, and moving on into uncharted playoff territory. It must be stated that the Eagles played a valiant game; just coming up a little short however, far from the playoff snubbing many granted them after Donovan MacNabb’s mid-season exit.

So everybody get your game day faces on for Sunday. If you haven’t got around to placing your bets for the Seattle v. Chicago game or the New England v. San Diego game, you will definitely want to as they promise to be some exciting football action and you certainly won’t want to miss out on. Until tomorrow, thank once again for checking out, and placing wagers at our featured online sportsbooks and casinos.



Aaron G.


Get your Sports bets ready for an exciting weekend!

Well folks, we at are proud to say that the weekend is finally here, and the second round of playoffs is only a few hours away. If you are like me and haven’t yet placed your bets for the first two games on Saturday, you will definitely want to head over to one of our featured sportsbooks to find out where your wagers should go. The first game on Saturday matches the ever-strong Indianapolis Colts against the defensive juggernaut of the Baltimore Ravens. If you have already had time to check over the lines at some of our featured sportsbooks, you would have noticed that Baltimore is favored on every website, banking on their strong defensive play, and conversely the relatively poor defense of the Colts to set the wagering lines. However, with the ball in Peyton Manning’s hands, this writer can’t actively bet against Indianapolis in any playoff situation. So for compromise, I hopped over to and place a wager taking the Colts on the line at 3.5 points, which hopefully will be enough to get me a win.

The second game of the day features the Philadelphia Eagles marching in New Orleans to face the Saints, who definitely have something to prove. This should make for a very good game considering the previous meeting between these two teams during the regular season ended right down at the wire. Now I have already placed a bet for this game, but just to make it interesting I headed over to and placed a three team parlay taking the over on points at 49 on the Saints v. Eagles, the Seahawks and Patriots to clear the line at 9 points, and 4.5 points respectively. With my bets placed, now I get to sit and wait in anticipation for tomorrow afternoon. Now if only they could find a way to have playoff games every day of the week!

I encourage you to get out there and place those wagers for tomorrow’s game, because after all, the playoffs only come around once a year in the NFL, and this weekend offers the best match-ups to place bets on, considering the exciting action that will accompany any wager on game day. For the excitement to subside a little, I decided to head back over to for some more Texas Hold ‘Em. I am hoping that I can get on a little roll, and kill a good chunk of time before the games tomorrow. Thanks for checking in with us at for all of our featured sportsbooks and online casino we offer for your enjoyment. Check back tomorrow, and I hope that all your wagers turn out to be good ones, and if your home team is playing I wish you all the luck during these exciting playoff times.



Aaron G.