Replay of smash by Lleyton Hewitt.
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
So, rumor has it online sports betting used to be really sweet; I heard pinnaclesports was an excellent, reputable site until the US cracked down on this alleged integrity issue. ; An article I read points to a 1999 study that over $380 billion is illegally wagered on betting. ; Now, I am not an advocate of; well, if society does it.. then it must be right. ; Because usually, I think people are pretty stupid, especially society. ; However, this seems harmless to me because the money can be used in so many ways. ; Think of all the tax money and money, in general, the state and the US can collect, insane. ; Anyway, it appears sports betting is only allowed in several states where it was legal before a certain law was passed.
BUT WAIT! ; There is still a way for you to bet! ; centsports.com and it is sweet. ; There aren't props or a ton of other options.. but it is free betting. ; It's a simple concept; advertisers pay your profit. ; You view some ads maybe click on a few of them and then you can make and win some bets. ; You start at .10 and have to work your way up from there. ; It can be a real challenge, and you can do up to 5 game parlays; there are some early bonus options to boost your account size. ; You'd have to read more of the rules to see how they try to limit you a little bit, which makes sense.. I'm sure they don't want to be making $550,000 payouts on a daily basis. ;
Monday, October 26, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Some claim that Roger Federer's clay conquest was a hollow victory since he did not beat Rafael Nadal.
As soon as Roger Federer dried his last tear of joy, the backlash began. Reporters and columnists quickly started dismissing his championship in the French Open because of ;something ;Roger ;could not control. Federer had no part in determining who he played in the final at Roland Garros. He simply did what he had done 13 times before- win a Grand Slam.
It isn't as if Rafael Nadal wasn't in the field. He was there. The number one seed in fact. It was his tournament to lose and he did. Federer made it through the draw he was given as the two seed. In the final Federer beat Robin Soderling in straight sets. Soderling defeated Nadal in four sets earlier in the tournament.