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ADV: Placing Your First Online Soccer Bet

SoccerNews in General Soccer News 19 Apr 2011


Soccer is the world’s most popular sport and that’s true at online sports books and casinos as well, with more wagers placed each year on soccer than on any other sport. Soccer betting reaches a fever pitch during the World Cup but you’ll find plenty of daily wagers available on the action in soccer leagues around the world.

Getting started can be intimidating for some players but it’s actually quite easy, and you’ll be able to use your same account at most casinos for other games including some of the best online blackjack games, craps, poker, roulette, and more. Many players sign up at online sites for one reason — such as to be on their favorite soccer club — but discover other games they enjoy just as much or more.

Not only is betting on soccer online and playing other casino games convenient but it’s an excellent way to learn the rules and familiarize yourself with new games. There’s no pressure on you to make quick decisions and no embarrassment when a bet doesn’t go your way. You can also look up information at an online casino games guide as you play, as far as reading up on strategy guides, betting tips, and other information that can help you at the tables.

You’ll also often be eligible for new player bonuses when you sign up at many sportsbetting sites, so it’s easy to get off on the right foot when you’re first starting out with football betting. These bonuses are typically matching cash offers based on how much you initially deposit; once you meet the terms and wagerng requirements (as most bonuses require you to bet a certain amount of money) you’re free to withdraw the bonus money or keep it in your account to make more bets.


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