NAB Challenge Round 3 Results

It’s  now time to have a look at the NAB Challenge round 3 results.

NAB Challenge Round 3 Results Disappointing

NAB Challenge Round 3 results

As you can see from the image above the results aren’t any better than the NAB Challenge round 2 results. It’s too bad that the Brisbane vs St. Kilda game was cancelled due to rain because there was every chance that that could have been a winning game.

Betting on the AFL NAB Challenge Games

After those NAB Challenge round 3 results I’ve come to the conclusion that betting on the NAB Challenge is a lot harder than betting on games during the actual AFL season. This is because coaches and teams don’t seem to be that concerned with actually winning NAB Challenge games. They usually don’t play teams at full strength. Coaches don’t seem to be too worried about winning as they rarely show any coaching prowess.

As games aren’t usually played at the main footy ovals you’re not getting the usual crowd numbers and so there isn’t any home game advantage. The lack of crowds don’t give you the exciting atmosphere you normally find at an AFL game and probably don’t really inspire the players.

So, is there any point at betting on NAB Challenge games. My son doesn’t think so. I on the other hand disagree. While winning a bet on the NAB Challenge games is pretty damn hard I reckon doing so will be so much more satisfying.

Considering the luck lustre NAB Challenge games we’re stuck with during the AFL pre-season I need the added excitement that my small bets give me. This is one of the reason why I’ve been placing Multi-Bets lately. There are actually 3 main reasons why I love MultiBets.

  1. Multi-Bets give you better odds allowing for bigger wins
  2. Even though you may lose a multi-bet you still win something on the winning stages of the multi-bet minimising your overall loss
  3. The Cash Out feature offered by SportsBet and Bet365 means you can actually cash out ensuring you get to keep the bulk of your winnings when things are looking doubtful.

The best thing is I can do all this while still keeping to my responsible gambling rule of not betting more than $10 a week.

How did you go with your NAB Challenge betting? I sure hope it was betting than mine ;)

NAB Challenge Round 2 Results

NAB Challenge Round 2 Results Sucks

NAB Challenge Round 2
After My Nab Challenge Round 1 Results where I got 6 out of 6 I have to say that my NAB Challenge round 2 results absolutely sucked. As you can see from the image above I only got 2 out of the 6 right. Trust bloody Port Power to let me down. Even though I’m not a Port Power fan I really thought they would have this game in the bag.

I also thought the Carlton vs Essendon game disappointing. I just figured with all the problems that Essendon was having that Carlton would be able to get over the line. Even though the resulting loss was disappointing I’m kinda glad that Essendon was able to win this one considering all the bad luck they’ve been having of late.

Then there was the Fremantle vs Adelaide Crows game. Even though it was a NAB Challenge game and the lack of a big crowd didn’t give the game the AFL experience one is used to, more like a SANFL game, being such a close game did give it a little more excitement. Excitement that was enhance by the small wager that I had placed on the game, part of my MultiBet that I placed with SportsBet. I love Multibets because even when you lose you still manage to come away with something. Getting those two right won me $2.88. Ok, That means a loss of $7.12 but I would have come away empty handed if I did a straight bet on the Crows!

That Fremantle vs Adelaide Crows game did outline a major flaw in the Crows game though. One that has razed it’s ugly heady on many occasions. They really need to concentrate in their kicking skills.

Fremantle Kicked 1 super goal, 9 goals and 6 points giving them 16 shots at goals with the total score of 69.

Adelaide Crows kicked 8 goals, 19 points for a total of 27 shots at goal and a total score of 67 points!

So bloody close but no cigar for the Crows. If only there was one of those 19 points inched over between the towering goal posts they would have had that game in the bag.

My message to the Adelaide Crows trainers this year is to get their goal kicking skills into gear. Whats the bloody use of getting the ball into their forward 50 if you don’t convert it into those valuable 6 points on every delivery?

If you had one tip for the Adelaide Crows for the 2016 AFL season, what would it be?

I sure hope your NAB Challenge Round 2 Results was better than mine.  :tup:

NAB Challenge Round 1 Results

The first week of the NAB challenge is over and I’m happy to say that I picked 6 out of the 6 right. Too bad I didn’t place any bets on the NAB Challenge round 1.

NAB Challenge Round 1 Results

Nab challenge round 1 results

I have to admit that getting that result was a complete fluke. The problem with betting on the NAB Challenge is that getting a winning result is harder than when the AFL season actually starts. That’s probably why Fortuna has refused to giving us any tips on any of the NAB Challenge games.

I think the problem lies in the fact that you just never know who’s going to be in any of the actual games. Let’s face it, the NAB Challenge games aren’t really all that important. That being the case I’m sure the coaches aren’t going to risk any good players before the actual AFL season actually starts.

Take the Adelaide Crows vs West Coast game on Sunday. That fact that the Crows thumped West Coast doesn’t really mean all that much. West Coast obviously didn’t play a strong side, if they did I’m sure it wouldn’t have been such a thumping. As I said in my last post I wouldn’t be able to watch the game because I had to work. The first thing I did though when I got home was to ask my son who won. He said the Crows did but that it was a pretty boring game. There just wasn’t excitement in the game. It was all just one sided.

He also said, “Why would anyone even waste their time betting on the NAB Challenge?” Like I told him, there are those who probably like the NAB Challenge. It’s always interesting to see how the coaches play their teams. I’m sure they use it to gauge their players and for the new recruits to find their places within the teams.

Shit, I would’ve won some serious cash if I had thought to place a MultiBet with SportsBet. Oh well, maybe next week.

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