Monthly Archives: February 2018

Top 5 Poker Traps of All Time

“Poker trapping”, also known as “sandbagging”, is a deceptive play used to disguise the strength of one’s hand. Typically, players do this by checking a strong hand so they look weak, encouraging their opponent to bluff or bet what they think is the strongest hand. This carrot-and-stick approach is a technique seasoned poker players tend to use against “loose-aggressive” amateurs.

To show you how it’s done properly, we’ve put together a list of our favourite poker traps of all time.

Take note…

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No Need For Pause In Premier League’s European Domination

As the Champions League is poised to return, there has been renewed vigour in the debate about whether the Premier League should have a winter break. A break in January would not only help the national team, so the argument goes, but would also give English clubs the opportunity to realise their full potential in continental competitions.

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Cheltenham Festival Preview 2018 | Will this be Henderson’s year?

Horse racing betting expert Tim Peters discusses this one for Grosvenor Sport…

The Seven Barrows maestro, Nicky Henderson, can boast more Cheltenham Festival winners than any other trainer (fifty-eight in total), and this year has an embarrassment of riches to add to this tally.

The top two-miler Altior (4/6 fav) will contest the Queen Mother Champion Chase, and Buveur D’Air is hot favourite to win a second Champion Hurdle – both look almost impossible to oppose.

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Six Nations Championship: England set their sights on the Grand Slam

England entertain Wales this Saturday, buoyed by last weekend’s seven-try Italian job and the Grand Slam in their sights. Wales too could still complete the coveted Championship clean sweep, however, they will have to storm Fortress Twickenham to keep the dream alive.

Rugby betting expert Iain Spragg previews this weekend’s matches.

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