changing the game

Changing The Game Review

As much as I would like to I can’t afford to buy all the sports betting guides out there so that I can write a personal review. It would be nice if the authors would send me a copy for review but I don’t see that happening anytime soon.

What I have managed to do though is to purchase a tool that allows me to pull certain information straight from the Amazon site where these products resides. The only ones that I will actually post on this site are those that have a majority of positive reviews.

The one thing that I love about Amazon is that they post all the reviews from customers, both good and bad. This allows future customers to purchase a product with a lot more confidence. I’ve personally purchased many products from them and I’ve never had any complaints.

For the first review I’ve chosen the book, Changing the Game. That link will take you to the Kindle version. If you haven’t got a Kindle its a great way to read books as well as having heaps of other multi-media features. Not to mention that the Kindle version is always a lot cheaper than the printed version of a book. But back to Changing The Game.

The author, William O. Hall, III happens to be a professional money manager and lifelong sports fan. He’s also an experienced Wall Street veteran  specialising in simplifying investment solutions so they can be easily understood and implemented. Having a unique ability to make money on the stock market he has applied his skill to making money by placing bets on sports.

Although his book refers to American sports I’m sure it can be applied to any of the world’s popular sports.

 It’s time now to let Amazon take over so we can have a deeper view at what Changing The Game is all about and what actual customers  think of the book. Read the rest of this entry


As the Fifa World Cup 2014 is currently at the half way mark it’s interesting to have a look at the current World Cup Standings.

Current World Cup Standings Eliminated Countries

Group A

Croatia – Cameroon

Group B

Spain – Australia

Group C

Ivory Coast – Japan

Group D

Italy – England

Group E

Ecuador – Honduras

Group F

Bosnia-Herzegovnia – Iran

Group G

Portugal – Ghana

Group H

Russia – South Korea

That’s 16 counties out and 16 countries still trying to get their hands on the 2014 Fifa World Cup.

Current World Cup Standings Remaining Countries

Group A

Brazil – Mexico

Group B

Netherlands – Chile

Group C

Columbia – Greece

Group D

Costa Rica – Uruguay

Group E

France – Switzerland

Group F

Argentina – Nigeria

Group G

Germany – USA

Group H

Belgium – Algeria

Well, now you know who is in and who is out. I’m actually quite surprised that the USA is still in the running. Especially when you consider the likes of Italy and England being kicked out and all.

Below is the current available World Cup Matches on Sportingbet.

World Cup Standing

If you would like to keep up to date with the updated version of the above image the following link will show you the current World Cup Matches. I’m assuming, Sportingbet being the professionals that they are, these will be updated as the World Cup matches progress.

So, the question is, now that half of the World Cup soccer nations have been kicked out, who do you think will actually win the World Cup? Leave a comment as to who you think will be the 2014 Fifa World Cup Winners. If you think you have a good idea of who the winners are and you would like to place a bet online, you should take advantage of  Sportingbet’s $700 free bet offer.