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

If you were in line with all the featured sportsbooks on www.CasinoReview.org, 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 www.CasinoReview.org’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 www.VIP.com, 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 www.CasinoReview.org, your place for the finest sportsbooks and casinos the internet has to offer.

 

 

Aaron G.

 

 

 

Superbook.com and more Sports wagering

As you may know, I have been progressing through a number of featured online casinos and sportsbooks we have offered on CasinoReview.org. Today, I have decided to sign up and try out a new sportsbook, www.Superbook.com, as my seventh featured website added to my collection of sportsbooks and casinos.  Right off the bat, I can tell you that this website is legit. Being owned by the same parent company as www.Sportsbook.com, it has a very user-friendly website, with lines posted in a scroll format on the front page. I for one can’t stand having to dig for sports lines, especially when a sportsbook website’s main business is to make wagers on sports available to the public. All the necessary information for making wagers starts on the homepage and you don’t have to navigate the site to find the right bets you are looking for.

Since this site was so straight forward, I have decided to make a few bets immediately across a few sports, just to get my feet wet on Superbook.com.  Being under the parent of Sportsbook.com, I have confidence in this sportsbook and casino with regards to security and payment (and the 10% Sunday bonuses, and 25% initial deposit bonus was a big plus) that my money is in a good place. Using Netteller, I quickly signed up and made my first deposit and have my first bets ready. I am taking the points at 47 for the USC vs. Michigan matchup in the Rose Bowl on Monday. I take comfort in the fact that both of these teams have powerhouse offenses, and relatively weak defenses, which leads me to think that 24 points apiece shouldn’t be too much to ask.  For kicks, I’m placing another parlay bet on this site for underdogs, choosing the Jags over the Chiefs and the Falcons over the Eagles. What? I had an extra 5 bucks that needed to be put on something. A guy can dream can’t he?

Needless to say, I’m very pleased with the ease of navigation and simplicity of the information presented by www.Superbook.com.  It is one of the more straight forward online sportsbook and casino sites, which I believe is what most bettors are looking for. No amount of flashy design or elaborate options can make up for user-friendly operation and easy directions. My bets placed on this site, combined with the numerous others placed on our other featured sites have given me plenty of action and lots of sports to watch over the New Year’s weekend.  I hope that you can take the time to check this and our other featured sites out soon, because the bowl season is in full swing and the last weekend of the NFL is upon us. Get those bets going and choose your winner today!

Aaron G.