- I just want to try out some NFL and NHL betting but without using my own money. This way I can maybe try my luck with a few and get the hang of it before I go to the real thing. I know there used to be a few sites that did this but I can no longer find them. They used online chips, no real money involved.
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Thanks a lot!
Answer by huckleberry
- I am very interested to know how to place bets and collect winnings in the betting ring at the races as I have never done this before. My Boss,s husband is a Bookies Clerk and I would like very much to place bets at his stand. I just need to know what to do. Thanks.
Answer by Lawn Lady
Figure out who you want to bet on. Keep it simple to start with and work with “Win” (1st) Place (2nd) Show (3rd) Figure out how much you want to bet, $ 2. and up to what ever you want. So if you like the # 8 horse in the second race and you think it is going to Win and you want to bet $ 2 then you say “second race, $ 2 on # 8 to Win. If you think he will run second then say”second race, $ 2 on # 8 to Place. If you think he will go third then say “second race, $ 2 on # 8 to Show.
Just watch out because a lot of race tracks dont like it when you are making bets with a clerk who is related or very close friends or in you case your bosss husband.
The Lawn Lady
- For the average $ 20-$ 300 per bet bettor, living in the U.S. Texas or Oklahoma betting on sports online. The casinos are available, but can someone face legal trouble for placing a wager? Or is all the blame on the casino? A little insight into the laws and current effort being put into these issues by law enforcement would be appreciated.
Answer by Nathan C
eh, its a gray area man.
it really depends on what goes down/the amount of the bet in question/the website.
the chances of being charged are slim to none.