BettingBias Responsible Gambling Policy

Betting is usually a fun pastime and we encourage people to bet responsibly. It is equally important to recognise Problem Gambling whether in yourself or close friends and family.

Signs of Problem Gambling

Spending more money and/or time on betting than you can afford. Lying to cover up gambling losses, stealing or borrowing money to secretly spend on gambling. Neglecting loved ones for the sake of gambling. Gambling being the only thing on your mind. Gambling until you lose all your money. Feeling anxious, worried, guilty, depressed or irritable. If you or a friend are exhibiting any of these symptoms and have, or are developing, a gambling problem there are organisations that can help.

GamCare

GamCare provides support, information and advice to anyone suffering through a gambling problem http://www.gamcare.org.uk/ Helpline staffed with trained advisors 0845 6000 133

Gamblers Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous are meetings run by fellow men and women who have joined together to do something about their gambling problems. For information on Gamblers Anonymous and your nearest meeting visit their website. http://www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk/ Enjoy your gambling and stay safe.

Recent Tips & Articles

27th Sep 18:30 | Horse Racing

6.30 Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton: Cashew

Not beaten far on last two all-weather starts both times clocking the fastest closing sectional but unable to reel in leaders who set a steady early gallop.

21st Sep 20:00 | Horse Racing

8.00 Southwell

Southwell: Amber Dew

Looked potentially useful when racing over 5f as a juvenile. Lost way since but down the handicap, has run well at Southwell and better than bare form of late when poorly drawn.

14th Sep 13:50 | Horse Racing

1.50 Sandown

Sandown: Sir Benedict

Won twice on soft ground including over course and distance during his juvenile campaign. Used to running over a furlong further but that stamina will come into play given the heavy rain.