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Football Betting Survey – your chance to win a £50 free bet



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The following offer is brought to you by easyodds.com

If you’re interested in football betting (or odds in general – Azar and Jade, take note) then you’d like to read this offer by easyodds.com:

Win a £50 free bet by completing a survey about football

Let easyodds.com know your thoughts about sport and betting and win a £50 Free Bet*


The questinaire is distibuted by easyodds.com, a comprehensive sport betting service that helps you find the BEST ODDS on offer from leading bookmakers, betting exchanges and spread betting firms and then helps you place your bet at the best price.

*The draw will be made on 13 August 2007 and the winners will be contacted via email or phone.

Click here to start the survey!

Ed’s Note: I’ve been browsing easyodds.com on and off and comparing odds for football matches for the Prem games – I think there’s decent money to be made if you can you use statistical analysis to predict results (not exact scores) and take a long-term approach (i.e. don’t try to win the lottery on one weekend). It would be interesting to hear from you guys if anyone is involved in football betting at the moment.

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