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Soccer Betting Program.

Article by Marin

“Our Soccer Program Will Allow You To Stop Wasting Hours Each Day Analyzing Games, Stop Laying on Big Favorites, And Supplement or Replace Your Income Spending Just 5 Minutes Each Day Making Your Investments

Now You Can Take Advantage Of My Years Of Experience and Research. I Do All of The Work For You So You Can Enjoy Winning and Making Money Like You Probably Never Dreamed Possible. Our Program Will Help You No Matter If You’re A Seasoned Punter Or The Newest Of Newbie!

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Mr. Tod,I started with your soccer program when it launched because every time I’ve been with your PSIC sports program or other things you’ve offered I’ve always been happy. This takes the cake. I signed up and won 18 of 19 plays and paid for my membership 5 times over in just a month. I’m to the point now where I’ve actually stopped playing other sports. I love betting NFL but what’s the point when I can invest more of my bankroll into this soccer program! All I can say is thank you for all your time and research. You’ve hit a grand slam with this program.

Tim Everling

QUESTIONS? PLEASE NOTE THAT AT TIMES THE “CHAT” SAYS AVAILABLE WHEN I’M AWAY SO IF YOU DON’T GET AN ANSWER BACK CONTACT ME VIA EMAIL OR PHONE.Soccer is the worlds sport and now the online leader in sports investing, Spectacular Sports / Platinum Sports Investing Club, has the NUMBER 1 soccer program available.For 7 years I’ve been trying to find a way to put a program together for soccer and let me tell you it’s not easy. First, I thought I’d try a bunch of so called “Soccer Experts” or “Soccer Handicappers”….pardon my laughter but they are all JUNK. Giving nothing but Barcelona -700 and Manchester United -700. Are you kidding? People pay for that?Those of you who know me absolutely know that I’m a firm believer that playing big favorites like that will only get you one place….BROKE. I would watch these matches come and go and yes the big favorites win their share of matches but they also end in a DRAW a decent amount of time. So what’s your option? Lay goals? Possibly but not all sportsbooks offer the “GOAL” line so that isn’t something that would work for everyone.My next step was to watch as many matches as I could. I wanted to see if I personally could find an edge. So I spent months watching live matches, tape delayed matches on ESPN in the middle of the night, and I even watched last seasons matches online and after looking at allthe soccer I could possibly take I came to one conclusion.EVERYBODY HAS IT ALL WRONG!!!Everyone is spending all their time picking winners but just like Major League Baseball, the game is not all about the winners but about the VALUE and price that you can get. I quickly realized that if I wanted to have the NUMBER 1 soccer program in the world it needed to focus on underdogs and plus money. So my next step was to lean on my insider friends in Las Vegas.THIS TURNED OUT TO BE THE BEST PHONE CALL I’VE EVER MADE!I asked all my contacts the same questions. Do you get a lot of true “PRO’s” playing soccer at your sportsbook? IF they said yes my next question was…”What are they doing?” After my survey I found that one answer was very very consistent. Most professionals were DUTCHING.For those of you who may be brand new to soccer, what makes soccer tough to beat is that there are 3 possible outcomes, not just 2. In an Amerian Football game or Baseball game you pick a team that wins or loses. Or maybe you pick the under or the over. Soccer is different and more difficult because you have 3 possible outcomes. HOME TEAM WIN, ROAD TEAM WIN, and DRAW (TIE). So back to dutching. Dutching is where you take two of those three outcomes and bet them in a manner where no matter who wins, you profit the same amount. For example if you take the home team to win at +150 and the Draw at +225….you’d have to bet about 60% of your money for that match on the Home team and then 40% on the Draw in order to make a profit no matter what.Ok, so now I understand that most professionals dutch so I started researching more “PROFESSIONALS” or “HANDICAPPERS” that did dutching and I have to tell you:IT WAS AS BIG A DISAPPOINTMENT AS FINDING HONEST HANDICAPPERS IN GENERAL.Most of the services again have you DUTCHING the MINUS MONEY FAVORITE and the DRAW. Here is the problem:Lets suppose you’re a $ 100 bettor. You would divide your $ 100 appropriately between the favorite and draw but when you win you might only profit $ 18-$ 30. What that means is that you need a hit rate of 75% just to keep your head above water and it’s really not much different than betting -300 favorites in terms of what you need to pay out vs what you collect…..

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When Soccer Came to Brazil

Article by Giorgio Pirelli

Brazil and Futebol are ‘hand in glove’ (pardon the pun)! But it’s the British who invented this much loved game.The history of Brazilian soccer is a disorganized one and it comes as no surprise that its origins has many a version! This British sport is said to have arrived in Brazil during the end of the nineteenth century.

One version of the advent of soccer in Brazil claims it all started with the arrival of British and Dutch sailors to the country. The locals learned the ropes of the game from these sailors on the beaches of the north eastern coastline. Another version gives credit to a certain Mr. Hugh as the ‘father of Brazilian soccer’. It seems Mr. Hugh was the first person to teach the game to the workers of the São Paulo Railway back in 1882. Yet another version prefers a Mr. John as the first coach of soccer, who taught the skills to a team of Leopoldina Railway workers sometime in 1875.

Now, if that’s not confusing, what is?! Well, there’s one more version that most people espouse as the ‘true story’. According to this popular version, Brazilian soccer owes Charles William Miller for bringing the game to the country. Born in Brazil in the year 1874, Charles left for England for his studies at the age of 10. It was there that he was first came in contact with the sport. Charlie was a natural and soon became a deft dribbler and a free kick and header specialist. An accomplished striker, he won school honors that gave him entry into Southampton Club, and later, the Hampshire County team.

On his return to Brazil in 1894, he brought with him some soccer gear, a rule book and his skill. He formed the first Brazilian football club, the Sao Paolo Athletic Club (SPAC), and even came up with a few new rules! SPAC went on to win the first three championships with Mr. Miller at the helm. His football skills were far superior than his team mates and the ‘Chaleira’ – a football move invented by him saw him flick the ball with his heel – was named in honor of him. This move is still used by the legends of Brazilian football! The greatest names of the game, Pele, Socrates and Rivelino owe a lot to this pioneer of Brazilian football…

The first official match in Brazil was played in São Paulo back in 1894. Charles Miller had invited the English football teams from Southampton and the Corinthians Club to play against SPAC and other local teams. Charles had so much respect for the Corinthians sense of fair play, he even named a local team after them! And with that, one of Brazil’s most popular club was born… It went on to become Brazilian Champion in the year 2005 and had some of the best players Brazil has seen on its roster.

In 1988, SPAC commemorated its centenary with a match against the English Corinthians! The final match had legends like Socrates and Rivelino on the local Corinthian side playing against their English counterpart. The local team was leading 1:0, when Socrates, in the spirit of Corinthian fairness, agreed to change his soccer jersey to play for the English team! Well, those were the early years of Brazil’s love affair with football. It went on to make history as five time World Cup champion and is the only country to have qualified for all 17 World Cups in the tournament’s history! Until 2002, Brazil had lost only one World Cup qualifier in 70 years of playing! With its elegant dribbling, lightening speed passes and precision scoring, Brazilian Futebol has been likened to ballet dancing, and more recently, to the rhythmic samba!

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