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Champions League Round of 16 – Bayern v Arsenal Review

A lot of the talk currently in English football surrounds the future of Arsenal’s long serving manager and coach, Arsene Wenger. Should he stay or should he go? Arguments for both sides have been ongoing for some time now with both Arsenal fans and non Arsenal fans alike. There is no doubt that the Frenchman […]

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A Round-Up of Day Six at the Olympics

Day six of the Olympics brought four more medals for Team GB, as they climbed to eighth in the table. This means that Team GB are now one medal ahead of their haul at London 2012 at the same stage of the competition. The only gold won by Team GB yesterday quite predictably came in […]

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Sam Allardyce Appointed as England Manager

England bosses are prepared to roll the dice as Sam Allardyce has been named as the new England manager, effective immediately. Allardyce is no stranger to being in the running for the top job in England as he was named as one of the front runners before Roy Hodgson was finally appointed. He will now […]

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Henrik Stenson Wins The Open at Royal Troon

Yesterday saw Henrik Stenson win The Open at Royal Troon, defeating Phil Mickelson in an exhilarating contest on the final day. It is the Dane’s first ever Major victory and he won it thanks to a record score, eventually finishing on -20 after four rounds. The first day of The Open has been all about […]

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Chris Froome Retains Tour de France Lead Amidst Chaos

Chris Froome still remains in pole position to claim his third Tour de France victory, despite a chaotic stage that eventually saw his run part of the race without a bike. While the chaos initially saw Froome dethroned at the top of the leaderboard, race officials decided to act in the interests of fairness, promoting […]

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Betting in general is now more popular than ever, online gambling has made the world of sports betting more accessible than anyone thought would ever be possible. In-Play betting is just one of many popular ways to bet. Large betting operators are constantly looking for ways to innovate their product offering, and one of the more recent ways to bet, is Cash Out.

An exciting and fun way to bet

We certainly go through every emotion possibly when waiting for a bet to settle, that’s for sure. Whether you’ve placed a banker of a bet, or a long shot that at first glance didn’t have a chance yet now all you need is goal in the last 2 minutes is all you need.. We’ve all been there, those pulse raising moments that only a late goal, serve or touchdown can describe.

What makes Live Betting in particular fun, is that you remain in control pretty much the majority of the way through the game. When you’re betting In-Play on football for example, you watch the game much closer knowing that one moment of the game can change your whole betting pattern. You become immersed in the action when betting during sporting events, in a way that outright betting can never live up to. Even the most dullest of football matches can become all the more interesting when there is money placed on it!

Cash Out – A new breed of betting

Cash Out gives punters the ability to Cash Out their bet if it isn’t quite going the way they wanted it to initially. The most notable that offer this facility at the current time are Betfair and Paddy Power.
After placing your bets, whilst the game or event is In-Play the Cash Out rate offers odds to cash out your bet in line with how the current event is unfolding. If you’re selection is losing, you’re value will be slightly down, yet if your selection is winning, you might be able to make a tidy little profit immediately.

Much in the same way as live betting in general presents a lot more value, so does cashing out. It’s worth keeping a close eye on how your outright bet is performing, as this option may be just what you’re looking for.

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