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Laying a Situs Judi Online Bet on the NFL

The National Football League regular season starts this Sunday, so we thought it would be a good idea to showcase three sportsbooks that will take your gridiron bets.

Sports Interaction

Sports Interaction has all the moneyline and over/under bets for the NFL Week 1 action, which includes Tampa Bay at Dallas, the New York Giants at Denver, and Chicago at last year’s Super Bowl champs Baltimore.

Punters can also find lines on most other sports, including baseball, basketball, horse racing, hockey, and snooker. You can even lay odds on whether Prince Charles will marry Camilla Parker-Bowles.

Bettors can get the latest scores and news on their favorite teams at SportsInteraction, and choose from either Las Vegas or European-style odds.

Sport Interaction is offering a 10% bonus on all deposits until September 10, so be sure to take advantage of that. Sport Interaction is the first online sports wagering site to be licensed in North America and accepts Visa, MasterCard, FirePay, and PayPal.

Canbet

Canbet is one of Australia’s oldest and largest legal online Situs Judi Online sportsbooks. The site is government regulated, and offers Vegas and European odds. Punters can choose from a range of sports, including baseball, football, and soccer, and can check scores for all major sports for the past week.

Players can wager in U.S., Canadian, or Australian dollars, as well as Euros and pounds sterling. Betting limits are $10,000 on NFL sides and $2,000 on NFL totals. Canbet accepts Visa, MasterCard, and Neteller.

The Big Book

Punters can choose from all their favorite sports at The Big Book, including football, basketball, baseball, soccer, hockey, tennis, and even martial arts. There’s a scrolling scoreboard that you can add to your desktop, and the latest handicapping information is available on the Links page.

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Comings and Goings Situs Judi Online in South Korea

After 135 caps, and spells in charge of the Under-20 and Under-23 national teams, Hong Myong-bo is now the head coach of the South Korean senior side. The charismatic captain of the 2002 semi-final reaching squad, the ex-defender was always going to become the main man, it was just a question of when.

 

It is now. He has a lot of work to do. With less than a year to the World Cup he has to take a team that struggled and stumbled along the road to Brazil and turn it into a Taeguk Warriors machine that can get past the group stage in South America. Fans believe and the KFA hopes that he can do it. After all, he led the Under-20s to the last eight at the 2009 World Cup and more famously, brought home the bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics.

 

Choi goes home

 

After 18 months of mild torture, some for the fans but mostly for the man himself, Choi Kang-hee has returned to his true love Jeonbuk Motors. The former international defender was appointed under duress in December 2011 and always planned to return Situs Judi Online to Jeonju at the end of qualification. That was achieved on June 18 by the narrowest of goal difference margins. Fans were not sorry to see Choi leave and the KFA made no effort to persuade him otherwise. The football had not been great and the results were just enough. In the end, both sides were relieved to part ways.

 

He returned to a Jeonbuk team struggling. The team’s previous two games had seen a remarkable 4-1 defeat suffered at home to the low-scoring Busan I’Park and then came a wild 5-4 loss at rivals Suwon. Choi had planned a week’s holiday after the …

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