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Online Sports NewsIn the world of sports betting it’s important to stay up to date on the latest sports news. After all, how can you make an educated decision about which teams, players and racers you want to wager on if you don’t know what’s going on in the world of sports?
At Sport Top News we dedicate ourselves to bringing you up to date sports news so that you can make the best sports bet decisions possible. There are a huge number of sports available for betting on at online sportsbook sites and big news happening in each and every one of these sports fields. Whether you are looking to bet on basketball, football, hockey, horseracing, Formula 1, tennis or any other sports we’ll bring you the most relevant and up to date sports news.
Sports news includes a variety of stories, including which teams are on a winning streak to what’s going on in the personal lives of various players. Believe it or not, all of these things have a huge effect on your sports betting. If you learn that a certain football player is in trouble with the law, for instance, and he was the best player on the team then that team may not do as well in upcoming games. Additionally, keeping track of news about which teams have been winning will help you recognize those teams that are consistently good.
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The August 16, 2010, SportTopNews
According to the Regulatory Agency of the Online games (ARJEL in French), the French market of the online sporting bets would have brought more than 83 million Euros in bets during the first month following the opening of the Football World Cup, on June 11th.
The August 14, 2010, SportTopNews
Up until now, the NFL, college football and college basketball have been the target sports for gamblers in the United States. Hockey and makor league Baseball have not been as popular, and there may be soon be another sport for gamblers to get excited about.
The August 13, 2010, SportTopNews
Online Bookmaker William Hill reported a surge of people placing bets on whether there was extraterrestrial life after claims were published about former Prime Minister Winston Churchill ordered a cover up of an RAF pilot’s experience during the second World War, fearing “panic and loss of faith in religion.”
The August 12, 2010, Zane Plate
Tiger Woods was heading out of Ohio by the time live final-round television coverage of last week’s Bridgestone Invitational began.
The August 11, 2010, Leslie Rogers
One of the biggest opponents of any type of online gambling legislation making its way through Congress has finally stepped aside. The NFL has decided to end its opposition to HR 2267, the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection and Encorcement Act, thanks to an amendment added during the markup stage by Peter King, that expressly forbids any licensed Internet gaming site from offering sports-betting to its customers.
The August 10, 2010, Bernard Livette
One year ago this week, an unheralded golfer from South Korea exposed the inaugural chink in Tiger Woods' armor. Y.E. Yang chased down Woods in the final round of the PGA Championship outside Minneapolis, handing him his first loss in a major when he held the 54-hole lead.
The August 09, 2010, Zane Plate
When the budget of New Jersey came almost ten billion dollars short, Governor Christie inflicted more cuts on the residents of the state than ever, with his eye ever on the plans to make Atlantic City a gambling Mecca once more. In this climate, who can blame the sports racing industry in New Jersey, who is basically on life support, for wanting a piece of the action, and for seeing sports betting as the ointment for New Jersey’s wounds?
The August 08, 2010, Bernard Lamothe
Although the past year has been long, it seems like only yesterday when Tiger Woods was America’s poster boy, seemingly doing no wrong. However, over the past year, a lot has changed, and chances are Woods won’t be able to put his way back to Jack Nicklaus' record for major championships.
The August 07, 2010, Harley Reid
There are the frustrated developers who must now shelve multimillion-dollar building plans and hope for success in the next legislative session. There are the municipal officials across the state who were counting on those developments for new jobs and tax revenue.
The August 06, 2010, Christopher F. Wood
Ladbrokes Plc rose the most in more than a year in London trading as the U.K. bookmaker’s new chief executive officer revamped his management team and announced supplier changes and cost cuts to boost underperforming units.
The August 05, 2010, Jerry K. Polak
Cristiano Ronaldo's brilliant late free-kick earned Real Madrid a 3-2 win over Mexican side America in Jose Mourinho's first match at the helm in Los Angeles.
The August 04, 2010, Zane Plate
In 2006, the then Republican-led Congress passed legislation effectively outlawing every form of internet gambling. The law, called the UIGEA was signed into law by a Republican President, George W. Bush. Although the “Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act” hardly succeeded in deterring all forms of gambling, it has clearly chilled American developments in the area, as opposed to the rest of the world.