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Email Money Transfer Betting Sites

An email money transfer is a retail banking service that allows funds to be transferred from one personal account to another via an online banking service and email. The service is available to any resident of Canada who happens to bank at one of the following financial institutions: TD Canada Trust, Royal Bank of Canada, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Bank of Nova Scotia, and the Bank of Montreal.

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Direct Bank Transfer Betting Sites

Residents of the United Kingdom can rely on direct bank transfer betting sites to help them fund their sportsbook and online casino accounts. This safe and secure method is known by a number of names in the UK, including the following: BT, IBAN payment, BACS payment, wire transfer, and bank account clearing system payment.

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Check Betting Sites

Check betting sites are popular around the globe, although the spelling “cheque” may be used in some parts of the world. This method of deposit issues a piece of paper or electronic check that’s tied to your banking account, and the receiving party only needs to cash it in order to gain access to the funds.

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Book to Book Betting Sites

Book to book betting sites are sportsbook websites that allow you to transfer your balance from one book to another. This form of financial transfer is unique to sportsbook sites, and there’s a good reason (and good strategy) behind it. Book to book transfers are sometimes called “B2B” for short.

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Bank Wire Betting Sites

In the high-tech modern world, online sportsbook and casino deposits can be made within seconds thanks to services such as debit cards and e-wallets. But before these innovations came onto the scene, customers were still able to send money from one place to another by using older methods such as bank wire transfers.

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Mets 5-2 in Last Seven Starts by Harvey

The New York Mets are 5-2 in Matt Harvey's last seven trips to the mound as the righthander returns to the rotation off a 10-day break on Friday night to get the ball at home in baseball betting action against the Boston Red Sox.

Harvey (11-7, 2.57 ERA) last pitched on August 16, holding the Pirates to one run on seven hits over six innings of work in a no-decision that the Mets lost. Henry Owens (2-1, 4.50 ERA) is scheduled to start for the Red Sox on Friday.

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695618
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Money Leader Wacha on Mound Friday

Michael Wacha, the leader on the Pitcher Money Won list at OddsShark, will be looking to pad bettors' wallets once again on Friday night when he heads to the mound in a baseball betting matchup against the San Francisco Giants.

Wacha is 15-4 with a 2.80 ERA on the season, and he took a no-decision against the Giants on August 17 despite allowing just one run over seven innings of work. Mike Leake (9-6, 3.44 ERA) pitches for the Giants on Friday.

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694299
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Greinke Good Friend to UNDER Bettors

The UNDER has paid off for totals bettors in six of Zack Greinke's last eight trips to the mound as he gets the ball once again for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday afternoon in MLB odds action against the Cincinnati Reds.

Greinke is 13-3 with a 1.67 ERA on the season, and he beat the Reds on August 16 by allowing one run over seven innings of work. Anthony DeSclafani (7-9, 3.97 ERA), who was the losing pitcher on August 16, starts for the Reds.

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693652
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Giants Paying Off in Bumgarner Outings

The San Francisco Giants are 7-1 in starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner's last eight trips to the mound as the lefthander gets the ball again for them on Thursday afternoon in odds action at home against the Chicago Cubs.

Bumgarner is 15-6 with a 3.02 ERA on the season, and he picked up a win against the Pirates last time out by allowing three runs on six hits over 6 1-3 innings. Dan Haren (8-8, 3.76 ERA) will get the ball for the Cubs.

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694298
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NJ's Bid to Legalize Sports Betting Lost

Some major sports leagues defeated New Jersey’s latest bid to legalize sports betting within the state’s casinos and racetracks on Tuesday by a 2-to-1 majority decision.

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia sided with the leagues over those in favor of the bill, stating that it violated the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992. However, a petition filing for a hearing to further discuss the bill is expected soon.

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