Saturday, April 30, 2011
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
US-FRIENDLY DEPOSIT OPTIONSPlease contact Dirty via PM or at email@example.com
PLAY THE PROS We have another fantastic promotion running at present, where you get to test your skills against the BlackChip pros. We are running freerolls each Saturday, where the top five will win free entry into the Play The Pros final, with $300 added and multiple bounties up for grabs. .
Talked to my Rep Last night and confirmed the rumors going around and he said it took everyone by Surprise that the Parent Company decided to make this decision. They said it may not be permanent and may start taking players when gambling and traffic picks up during football as baseball is a traditionally slow season. Horse Racing is about to the into high gear and I don't know how Missing the Kentucky Derby and other Triple Crown races will effect them.I will Keep you updated when I get more information.
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
- Contestants must pick the winner of one baseball game every day starting April 18th, 2011 from that days MLB games. If your team wins, you move on; if your team loses you’re out of the contest.
- Any past posting will automatically disqualify the contestant.
- Contestants can only use a team once during the contest.
- Players selections will be posted in the GamblingIQ BetAnySports Contest Thread.
- Picks once made, cannot be changed.
- No run lines or handicaps are used; teams need only win the game.
- Only official games count, Sportsbook Baseball moneyline rules apply
- In the event of a rainout or unofficial result, the player will need to make an additional make-up pick the following day.
- The contest continues until only one contestant remains.
- Players must PM Dirty their BetanySports account number to participate.
- For contest purposes, losing players will be eliminated at the end of the last game of the day, any ties will result in a split among the last simultaneous losing players.
- Extra Innings count in all games.
- You must be an active member of GamblingIQ forum to participate.
- If you don't have an Account with BetAnySports click the banner or the link
- Players with accounts at any of our sister books (5Dimes,Sportbet, Island Casino) are ineligible for this contest.
- This free contest is extended to US and Canadian residents only.
- One entry per person, family, IP address, household, computer, address, email, and environments where computers are shared (schools, fraternity, universities, etc).
- Winner will receive a $300 free play (6X Rollover, $5,000 max cashout) at BetAnySports.
- Sports Wagers only will count towards the rollover.
- For Deposit Bonus' for GIQ Signups please PM or email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will let you know about them. Customer Service can't help you Only Dirty can get them for you.
- In the event of any disputes, managements decisions are final.
Monday, April 25, 2011
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Pointspread: Chicago -4.5 Over/Under: 189 The Chicago Bulls take their show on the road in Thursday night?s Game 3 of their best-of-seven first round matchup against the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Tip-off from Conseco Fieldhouse is set for 7 p.m. (ET) and the game will be broadcast nationally on NBA TV. Chicago has opened up a 2-0 lead in this series but it has not been easy. It won the opener last Saturday 104-99 but could not cover as an 11 ½-point home favorite. The Bulls were favored by 11 ½ points again in Game 2 on Monday night, but they came away with just a six-point 96-90 victory at home. The total went ?over? the 188 point line in Game 1, but stayed ?under? the 193 point closing line in the second game. Derrick Rose has been unstoppable so far; accounting for close to 40 percent of Chicago?s points with 39 last Saturday and 36 on Monday night. Luol Deng added 18 points and 10 rebounds to the winning effort in Game 1 and Carlos Boozer chipped in 17 points and 16 rebounds in Game 2. The Bulls have owned the boards with a 106-67 edge over the Pacers in rebounds. Indiana actually led most of the way in Game 1, but was outscored 33-20 in the fourth quarter in the five-point loss. It was tied with the Bulls heading into the fourth quarter of Monday night?s game, but could not stop Rose and Co. from pulling away down the stretch for the second straight time. Danny Grainger has led the Pacers in scoring with an average of 21.5 points a game. Darren Collison, who scored 17 points in Game 1 is currently listed as questionable and will most likely be a game time decision after spraining his ankle on Monday night. Head-to-head, the Bulls have now won five of the six games this season straight-up, but the Pacers are 3-0 against the spread in the last three. The total has gone ?over? in three of the last four meetings. The loss of Collison will hurt, but stick with Indiana to keep this game close enough to cover as a 4 ½-point home dog.