Sports Betting Throughout the World

Sports betting has been around for a long time, and it’s just as common in America as it is in Asia – the difference being that the levels of poverty in Asia allow less people to engage in such practice – and reality is that no matter where you are in the world, you’ll always be able to bet (even if you have no access to the Internet).

It lacks the sports part, but 2 pleasures nonetheless.
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The thing about betting on sports is that it combines two of our top ten pleasures, sports and money, more specifically, earning money “without working”.

Although that isn’t entirely true – as most gamblers will usually lose much more than they win – the few times people win it makes them feel as if they had somehow compensated all the money they have lost in the past and even made some profit; which sadly enough, they will probably bet and lose again (although they will probably excuse it as being “extra money”).

I’m kind of rambling and losing focus here, so let’s get back on track.

Sports betting is an essential part of humanity and economy – even if governments don’t like to admit it to the public – and it will not cease to exist; unless we suddenly become extinct or a zombie apocalypse breaks loose.

Anyway, since sports betting is pretty much in every corner of the world, that means that you can pretty much bet on any sport that exists in the world, as long as you can effectively communicate with the bookie dealing with that sport, know the results of the event, pay the bookie and cash out – this can prove difficult if you’re betting on some shady sport that only happens in the underworld of Southeast Asia while living in North America (unless you go to visit or move there, and learn the required language).

In any case, the deal is that sports betting is everywhere, and you just have to put those pants on and move your butt to the betting site. If you want to bet, you’ve got no excuse; sports betting is everywhere, even the Internet.

 

Author’s G+: Seth Miller.

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