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Bookies are taking bets on 'Pokemon Go'

You can now bet on Pokemon Go and is making a whole bunch of companies a ton of cash. The developer Niantic it has already added billions to Nintendo's value. If you're not happy throwing money at the game buying lures or lucky eggs, you can also start betting on it and make money online.

Online bookmaker Sportbets opened betting markets on a variety of Pokemon Go topics. 

Business Insider says that Sportsbet is also taking bets on the first place in Australia to actively ban Pokemon Go. 

The betting markets include the first reported location of a 'Legendary Pokemon' in Sydney or Melbourne (Australia). Hyde Park leads in Sydney and the Melbourne Cricket Ground is the favourite in Melbourne with the biggest odds offered by the said bookmaker.

Sportsbet is taking bets on the first Australian politician to play the mobile game in Parliament, with Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam as the favourite.

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Find Your Best Freebet Offers On The Underwood Stakes

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As the top bookmaker’s best freebet offers start making their odds for international and local horse racing, punters start revving up for the big horse racing events scheduled for October and November, however there's still plenty of work to be done in September.

The connections of the Australia's top thoroughbred race horses are busy plotting a path to the Caulfield Cup, WS Cox Plate and/or Melbourne Cup.
Along the way are
several Group 1 events that have strong histories of its own.

Before testing the grueling conditions of the nation's top three races, which were mentioned above, a strategic prep race or two seems to be the order of the day. There are several lucrative paths that can be drawn up, depending on a connection's end goal. Let's take a look at what has been a very meaningful prep over the past couple of decades.

About the Underwood Stakes

With the lowest possible purse to qualify as a Group 1 event, Bookie offerson the Underwood Stakes won’t hold much prestige. However, this race has been used as a meaningful prep by the likes of Australian equine superstars like It's A Dundeel (2014), So You Think (2010) and Northerly (2001-02). All three of these horses went on to claim several classics.

The Underwood Stakes is scheduled to be run on September 24, 2016 at the Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne, Australia. The race will be run at 1800m on turf for horses that are 3-years old and up for a purse of AUS$400,000. Weights will be assigned based on Weight-for-age allowance conditions. This race will serve as the co-feature alongside the Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes for middle distance sprinters.

Betting the Underwood Stakes

Historically, the Underwood Stakes has been a great betting race for punters who are always on the troll for value. It's not surprising that an early season middle-distance prep race has sprung a few big-priced winners over the past decade or two. While the nominations have not yet been released, news reports indicate a decent field in being anticipated. Here's a look at a few tentative contenders.

Lucia Valentia - While the 6-year old mare proved to be no match for Australian racing superstar Winx in last week's Warwick Stakes (Group 2), it was still a solid 4th that sets her up for her next step on the way to the WS Cox Plate in October. This is a mare that has won over AUS$4,000,000 while capturing major events like the Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1) at Randwick.

Tarzino - Assuming he makes a successful return to the races this weekend in the Group 1 Memsie Stakes, local racing fans can expect this dual Group 1 classic winner (Sky Racing Rosehill Guineas (G1), Aami Victoria Derby (G1)) to make this race the last step on his way to an appointment in the AUS$3 million Group 1 Caulfield Cup or AUS$3 million Group 1 W.S. Cox Plate in mid-October. In the trials leading up to the Memsie, Tarzino has looked outstanding.

Tally - After winning last season's William Hill Alister Clark (G2) and following that up with a strong performance behind Tavago in the Bmw Australian Derby (G1), this 4-year old Godolphin home-bred looks to have a bright future. Scheduled to run against the aforementioned Tarzino in the Memsie Stakes this weekend, punter will have a better idea about this one's class. He's a winner of 5 of 10 races and over AUS$500,000 in purses.

If you fancy betting on horse racing events, be sure to sign up for the best freebet offers with one of the top online bookmakers and look for a chance to receive some free bookie offers and bonuses.

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Comparing Free Bet Promos for Australian Punters

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When faced with the daunting task of picking the right online sportsbook, Australian punters are smart enough to use free bets and bonus promotions as a determining factor. In fact, most Australian sportsbooks are equal in terms of betting options, odds and customer service. That, indeed, makes bonus promotions relevant for most punters.

For the most part, Australian bookmakers focus its bonus promotions on free bet offers. For those sites which offer intermittent free bets on designated sports events during the week, there is not much difference in the offers being made. With that said, differentiating between top online sportsbooks really comes down to evaluating the difference between the welcome free bet promotions being advertised.

By way of comparison, here's a look at the current Australian free bets promotions by Ladbrokes, William Hill and Luxbet, three of the nation's top-rated online bookmakers. Beyond the amount of the free bet offers, punters should also pay attention to each offer's terms and conditions.

Ladbrokes - Punters have the option between between two Ladbrokes promotions, a matched deposit offer or a matched bet offer. These promotions can be used with Ladbrokes provided Racing Tips. However can not be used with the patent pending “Odds Boost” feature.

Matched Deposit - For a deposit of only $25, punters are eligible to receive a 300% Matched Deposit bonus in free bets, up to a maximum bonus of $75. The site does not require a qualifying bet in order to receive this free bet offer. Punters from Australia are eligible for this offer, excluding those from the following provinces: SA, NSW, VIC and WA. Free bets can be made on any eligible sports event with odds of +150 or more. Only winnings from free bets will be credited to the punter's wagering account with the bonus amount reverting back to Ladbrokes. As long as the free bets are made at odds of +150 or more, there is no further rollover requirement, which makes the punter's winnings immediately available for withdrawal.

Matched Bet - Based on the punter's first cash wager of up to $100, they become eligible for an equal amount in free bets. Again, punters from SA, NSW, VIC and WA are not eligible. Free bets can be made any on eligible sports betting markets with the winnings deposited into punter's wagering account less the stake amount, which goes back to Ladbrokes. Free bets must be placed on events with odds of +150 or more and must be made within 90 days of allocation. No other rollover requirements exist, and winnings are are immediately eligible for withdrawal.

William Hill - Punters are eligible to receive up to $200 in free bets based on their first settled bet of equal value. This offer is not available for punters from SA, NSW, VIC and WA, or on deposited funds made through the POLi banking option. Free bets of $10 or more can be made on any eligible market, excluding multibet wagers and special wagering events. Only winnings will be deposited into the punter's regular wagering account with the stake going back to William Hill. The punter has 7 days to use their free bet amount and fulfill the rollover requirement. In order to meet this rollover requirement, punters must wager free bet winnings 1X at odds of +150 or more prior to withdrawing eligible winnings.

Luxbet - Punters are eligible to receive $150 in free bets with a deposit of $50. Residents from SA, NSW, VIC and WA are ineligible for this offer. Punters have 30 days to use their free bet amount and fulfill the rollover requirement. Free bet wagers must be made in increments of $10 or more on eligible markets, excluding multibet wagers and special wagering events. Winnings from free bets will be credited to the punter's regular wagering account with the free bet stake amount going back to Luxbet. Prior to becoming eligible for withdraw, free bet winnings must be wagered 1X at odds of +150 or greater.

Conclusion

On the face of it all, comparing bookmaker promotions are like comparing bookmaker tips, each of the offers look similar. However, the Ladbrokes offer is a bit more punter friendly because of the fact its terms and conditions are far more lenient. There is a great deal of value derived from having 90 days to use free bet amounts with no rollover requirements.

As a whole, the best promotions in Australia are Ladbrokes promotions. With the right Ladbrokes promo codes, punters can choose a top promotional code for Australia in 2016. The site's other promotions cover odds adjustments, give-backs on losing bets and higher returns on certain wagers. Each of these promotions comes with unique Ladbrokes promo codes with specific terms and conditions. For the best available promotional code for Australia in 2016, Ladbrokes is the logical choice.

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Australian free bets bookmakers leading the way

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Noticeably, the trend has been catching fire over the past couple of years. The aforementioned trend relates to the use of free bets as a promotional tool to draw new customers to online bookmaking sites. It turns out that sports punters prefer getting free bet offers as opposed to some matching amount based solely on their deposits.

Free Bookie Bets Versus Cash Bonuses

One might begin to wonder what differentiates free bet offers from cash rewards. While it might be undertle, the primary difference lies in the terms and conditions. With free bookie bets, the bonus amount is directed towards punting on sports. Under that notion, online bookmakers tend to use less restrictive terms and conditions because of the inherent level of risk. When cash is given, punters may opt to use said cash for casino gambling, gaming or poker, which represents a higher amount of risk for the bookmaker. Also, punters who focus on sports and horse racing very seldom do anything other than wager on those options. It simply makes sense to call the free bet bonuses exactly what they are, free bet monies.

About Free Bets in Australia

Historically, European sportsbooks have been in the habit of using matching deposit bonuses because that's what the punters were always expecting. Punters in the U.K. have always been equal opportunity punters who enjoy casino action as much as sports betting. In North America, the whole concept of using online sports and race books is still mired in legal processes, though Americans have been betting on sports and horses online for years regardless of what the laws say. For the most part, they either didn't have access to bonuses or were only given token bonuses for signing up with an online bookmaker.

As online bookmaking began to take hold in Australia some 5-6 years ago, online bookmakers were greeted by a customer base that was much more fixated on sports betting and punting on the horses. The Australian punters didn't seem to be all that impressed with cash bonuses that carried strict terms and conditions. In order to inspire this new breed of punters, online bookmakers decided to try a different approach. They decided to try offering free bets to Australian punters. It was the change in the terminology and reasonable terms and conditions that seemed to catch the fancy of the punters from down under. It has finally gotten to the point where free bet bonuses have to be included as part of the recruiting process unless an Australian bookmaker wants to face the possibility of losing market share and going out of business.

A Worldwide Phenomena

It could be said that what transpired in Australia with free bet offers has quickly become the standard throughout the world. If an online gaming site offers all forms of gaming, it will usually advertise separate bonuses for sports and horse punters versus the casino gamblers. This allows everyone to get what they need in order to feel valued. The point is sportsbooks throughout the world have officially shifted away from monetary bonuses in favor of free bet options.

Forms of Bonus Bet Offers

Today, punters can expect the typical free bet offer to come in one of two forms. In some cases, online bookmakers will still calculate the amount of a punter's free bet allocation based on the punter's deposit. The majority of the time, punters have to earn the right to free bets by making a qualifying bet. In both cases, the terms and conditions are understantially more lenient than the terms and conditions associated with casino offers. As an example, most bonuses directed at sports and horse racing punters only come with a 1X-3X rollover requirement. On the casino side, those rollover requirements can reach 40X-50X. Anyone who has ever played online video slots knows how difficult is is to have to wager bonus monies that often and still have something left at the end.

With many of the world's top online bookmakers now resolved to offering free bets as a primary promotion, it will be fun to watch the amounts escalate because of the level of competition. In the end, punters figure to end up being the real winners. For a more detailed look at the competition on the field of Australian bookmakers, including current bonuses and offers check these free bookie bets.

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Sports Personality of the Year 2014 - Bale tipped for third behind McIlroy and Hamilton


Rory McIlroy and Lewis Hamilton are expected to battle it out for the 2014 BBC Sports Personality of the Year award, with Gareth Bale among the leading contenders to claim third place. Andy Murray became the fourth tennis player to prevail last December, following in the footsteps of Ann Jones, Virginia Wade and Greg Rusedski as a result of his Wimbledon success. This term, golfer McIlroy, who bids to emulate Dai Rees and Nick Faldo in obliging from that sport, is the firm favourite to poll most votes after storming to victory in The Open. Formula One star Hamilton hopes to become the fifth driver to get the nod after Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart, Nigel Mansell (twice) and Damon Hill (twice) following his thrilling World Championship win. In all likelihood, Bale is only chasing the bronze medal spot alongside athlete Jo Pavey, equestrian ace Charlotte Dujardin and boxer Carl Froch. Fellow Wales winger Ryan Giggs did manager to sneak up on the rails and lift the trophy in 2009, as a result of a well-orchestrated campaign to give him recognition for all those sterling years of service at Manchester United. However, whether Bale's backers can conjure up a similar surge of late support is doubtful, even though the 25-year-old has enjoyed a stellar 2014, including helping Real Madrid to claim a record 10th Champions League triumph. Bobby Moore, Paul Gascoigne and Michael Owen were over victors from the world of soccer, but the competition looks fierce this term. "McIlroy's been the favourite to win since his emphatic Open win, but with Hamilton's championship title fresh in the minds of punters it has seen him pick up heavy support in the last month," said Magic Sign spokeswoman Jessica Bridge. "We'll be staggered if either of them finish outside of the top two." The race for third could also go right down to the wire, but Bale gets our vote to secure a deserved place on the podium.

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Sunderland AFC transfer news - Borini backed for January switch from Liverpool FC


Rumours are rife that Sunderland are planning to renew their interest in Liverpool forward Fabio Borini during the upcoming January transfer window. The Black Cats tried desperately hard to sign the Italian striker during the summer after he enjoyed a successful season-long loan spell at the Stadium of Light last term, even having a £14million offer accepted. Borini established a happy knack of scoring important goals while based in the North-East, opening his account with the winning strike in a 2-1 derby defeat of Newcastle United and following that up by hitting the target in a 3-0 triumph over the same rivals at St James' Park. The 23-year-old also netted in Capital One Cup wins over Chelsea and Manchester United, as well as putting Sunderland in front in the final at Wembley before Manchester City eventually prevailed 3-1. A late run of four goals in his last five Premier League games with the club left everyone at the Stadium of Light wanting to see more of Borini and Gus Poyet was quick to put in a bid during the off-season. Liverpool appeared more than willing to agree to a permanent move, but the player himself preferred to stay at Anfield and fight for a regular place in the starting line-up, also failing to agree terms with QPR. However, just three starts in eight appearances and no goals this season suggests the reality must be sinking in that he will struggle to establish himself in Brendan Rodgers' first XI, with Borini last featuring as a 72nd-minute understitute in the 3-1 loss at Crystal Palace six games ago. Despite the Reds struggling for goals, Borini has not even been on the bench for the last four outings and will surely take the hint and agree to a January switch, with Sunderland heading a list of possible suitors.
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Liverpool FC transfer news - Fernando Torres linked with sensational Anfield return


Four years after selling Fernando Torres to Chelsea for £50million, Liverpool could be set to get the Spain striker back for free in the January transfer window. The 30-year-old is just six months into a proposed two-year loan move to AC Milan but speculation is mounting that the Italian giants are looking to get out of that deal. Torres has scored only one goal in 10 appearances and has not featured for the Serie A side in their last two fixtures, being left sitting on the bench as an unused understitute on both occasions. With Diego Costa, Didier Drogba and Loic Remy all going along nicely at Stamford Bridge, Jose Mourinho has no desire or need to welcome the much-maligned forward back into the fold. Brendan Rodgers, however, does require a fresh injection of energy up front, with Daniel Sturridge still sidelined through injury and Mario Balotelli and Rickie Lambert looking moderate summer buys. Taking Torres back to Merseyside would be another big gamble by the under-pressure Reds boss, but memories of 81 goals in 142 games for Liverpool mean such a bold move would initially get the backing of the Anfield faithful. With 65 of those strikes coming in the Premier League, many fans will still feel that Torres could help fire the Reds back into another top-four finish. Even if those goalscoring exploits are a thing of the past, few people would question the work-rate and willing spirit of a front man with two European Championship titles and a World Cup victory on his CV - which is one step up on Balotelli at this stage!
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Next Rangers FC manager - Butcher and McCall favourites to replace McCoist


Terry Butcher has been backed to become the next Rangers manager following reports that Ally McCoist has handed in his resignation, while Stuart McCall is another leading contender to replace him. McCoist has been in charge at Ibrox since 2011, leading the Glasgow club through some turbulent times as they were demoted to the Scottish Third Division due to financial irregularities. The 52-year-old has led Rangers to two successive promotions as they battle to get back into the top flight, but they are currently nine points adrift of Hearts in the Scottish Championship. McCoist has come in for criticism from some supporters following several indifferent results of late and clearly feels the time may have come for a fresh approach. After dropping four points in the league with a 1-1 draw at home to Alloa and then a 2-0 loss at Hearts, Rangers suffered an embarrassing 3-2 defeat against Alloa in the Scottish League Challenge Cup, when they let slip a 2-0 lead. Saturday's moderate 1-0 win over Cowdenbeath did little to appease McCoist's critics and it appears he has had enough on the eve of a trip to Cowdenbeath. Butcher enjoyed huge success during his playing days with Rangers, picking up three straight Scottish Premier League titles in 1987, 1989 and 1990, undersequently earning a place in the Scottish Hall of Fame. The former England centre-half was linked with the vacancy at Motherwell but this week told Fir Park officials he no longer wished to be considered for that position. McCall, another former Ibrox favourite on the pitch, was in charge of the Steelmen for five years until quitting earlier this season and must also come into consideration for this post. Billy Davies is believed to be another front runner, while Dennis Wise has also attracted support due to his connections with new investor Mike Ashley.
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Radamel Falcao backed to come good by Manchester United legend Denis Law


Radamel Falcao has made a slow start to his Manchester United career but Old Trafford legend Denis Law is backing the Colombia superstar to come good sooner rather than later. The 28-year-old striker has joined the Red Devils on a season-long loan deal from Monaco, with a view to making a permanent move once he has proven he is fully recovered from past injury problems. So far, Falcao has been restricted to just three starts and four understitute appearances in the Premier League, scoring only one goal in the 2-1 home win over Everton. Louis van Gaal has questioned whether the forward is fit enough to make a serious impact at this stage, but the player himself says he feels sharp and Law also believes it is a matter of time before he is back to hitting the target on a regular basis. "Falcao looks well and is a very good player," Law told the United Review. "There is no doubt about that and once he gets fully fit and feels right, he will come good. Good players will always play well, no matter which team they go to. It's just a matter of slotting in." The Scot also said on the club website: "I think it can be difficult for overseas players to adapt. Not as difficult probably as it was in our day because the world has shrunk. We had a telephone and that was basically it. "Now with the communications we have today, you don't feel so isolated from another country but it's still not easy to settle into a new country with a different way of life, different food and of course, the language as well. But these guys are young and pick things up." Falcao established himself as one of the most lethal finishers in the business after moving from River Plate in Argentina to Porto and undersequently secured a £35million switch to Atletico Madrid and a £52million move to Monaco, continuing to impress with both clubs. If he can get back to something like that old form, the South American ace will still be a valuable asset as United chase a return to the Champions League and possibly even a tilt at the Premier League title.
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Chelsea FC transfer news - Andre Schurrle and Petr Cech play down exit rumours


Andre Schurrle and Petr Cech have both dismissed talk of leaving Chelsea in the January transfer window, with the midfielder and goalkeeper seemingly keen to fight for more playing time at Stamford Bridge. Schurrle made his first start for more than a month in the Blues' Champions League defeat of Sporting Lisbon, with the Germany World Cup winner having not played a full game since the Capital One Cup success at Shrewsbury. The 24-year-old has been linked with a move to London rivals Tottenham Hotspur, as well as a return to his native country with Schalke, now managed by former Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo. However, Schurrle told the Evening Standard: "I can just laugh all the talk of leaving off. I am not going to change the club in the transfer window. "I am happy where I am, I am happy in London. I love the city, I love the fans. We have a great team and want to win something this season. This is where I belong and where I want to help. I know what the manager wants for me and that he likes me." Schurrle added that he hopes to make more of an impact in the Premier League once fully recovering from an illness problem which stretches as far back as the Brazil 2014 World Cup. Cech, meanwhile, has been the underject of continued speculation since being ousted from the first team by Thibaut Courtois, with the veteran shot-stopper reportedly a target for Arsenal, AC Milan and PSG. The 32-year-old was also given a chance to shine in the win over Sporting and declared he is happy to bide his time and wait for more opportunities to help the team. "It’s up to everyone to keep working and to show to the manager when you get a game that you can play any game," Cech told the club website. "For everybody it’s important to have this opportunity to play and to be in game-shape because the season is very long. You need everybody in the squad to be available and in the best condition possible to hope that you can win anything."

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