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The Best Sports Betting Ads

Betting and gambling companies have been responsible for some of the best and funniest sports related ads hitting our television and the internet over recent years. Here are some of our favourites.

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The first on our list is from American betting organisation Proline, who show that even if the unexpected happens you can still make some money on it.

There is no better feeling that winning that all important bet, and here our Australian counterparts at TAB show us how to celebrate.

Sportsbet bring us their take on mobile betting, which is apparently the greatest thing since betting.

Paddy Power go over the dire consequences of betting against your own team in this ad; foolish form by Gregos Traitorelli.

If your not in, you can’t win according to expekt.com. The biggest drawback to ‘being in’ could the difficulty people have in understanding betting odds. When you play games at an online casino such as android casino or sign up with an online bookmaker, they go the extra mile to explain how odds work, the differences between decimal and fractional odds and everything else related to odds.

That’s the beauty of the online gambling industry these days – you can research form for the bets you’re placing or winning strategies for your favoured casino games whilst playing them. It’s really worth doing your homework for some of the games; poker has become a profession for many these days which goes to show that the game can be manipulated by the best players to ensure a good win.

So if you’re betting online, don’t worry about the complexity – as long as you read up on the betting basics, are smart about where you spend your money in online gambling, and can use insights over emotions when predicting outcomes, you should be fine.

But enough about betting, let’s get back to the ads. Here’s a classic sign-off:

Finally, Chris Kamara stars in Ladbrokes football betting campaign, one of the most memorable of recent times.