The betting podcast: It’s that time of year. The Cheltenham Festival, the biggest punting week in the world. Should you wear a face mask? Is an ante-post bet a good idea? Is any bet a good idea? Robin and Sean search for answers. Contains salutary lessons.
The betting podcast: You’ve got until April 14 to max out your credit card with the bookies – then it’s banned. But is it really so wrong? More pertinently, how are Tranmere doing in the FA Cup? Who will win the Super Bowl? Anything in the Aussie tennis? Robin and Sean dig in on the punting front.
The betting podcast: Always cash out? Or never cash out? Just talk about cashing out, instead of actually cashing out? What is Tranmere’s dilemma, and how rough is the road to the Super Bowl? Robin and Sean start the year as they mean to go on.
Podcast: Why back one team when you can back two? Or three – or eight? Sean and Robin lurch over the betting landscape, in search of Solihull Moors. And QPR! Racing! NFL (not much)! I’m A Celebrity (recap)! Plus other speculative matters.
Podcast: Are you a responsible gambler? We are. And there’s no doubt that implies having a bet. By definition. Sean and Robin stagger along the betting path, with: Responsible Gambling Week! Strictly (recap)! The Championship (English)! Racing! I’m A Celebrity! All that guff!
Podcast: Life’s a gamble, but it’s one of the worst bets around. On all known form, you’re a certainty to lose big in the long run. In this new podcast from MMR, Sean and Robin cover the betting waterfront. Episode 1: Stewards’ enquiry on The Circle! Strictly! Scottish football! Racing! And more.
Podcast: Is there a golden path to gambling glory? Well, maybe if you put in some hard work – or test the limits of the rules a bit. But you’re never that far from serious damage. Betting veterans Sean and Robin take a punt on the BBC documentary by Lloyd Griffith. Contains questionable advice.
Podcast: Robin and Sean get their betting boots on for the Cheltenham Festival on ITV Racing with Ed Chamberlin, Matt Chapman and all the rest of them. And the bookies’ ads. When the fun stops, should you stop? Contains heavy going.
What is this thing with middle-aged men and their obsession with projecting virility?