For some reason some of our readers have been asking me my thoughts on Proline betting, something that I have never heard of, let alone mentioned on the site before but being one of those webmasters that likes to please, I thought that I would look it up for you.
So after hitting the internet and looking about to see what I could find, it turns out that there is a good reason that I have never heard of proline betting before and that is simply because it is a Canadian betting lottery that is not available to people outside of the Canadian borders.
Now I have always tried to keep an open mind when it comes to what sports I’m willing to bet on but have to admit that NHL betting is something that I am still to master, I have tried it a few times without success based on predictions and tips that I have been given but I have never won a single, self placed bet on the sport.
As you will all know, I am more of a football, rugby and basketball bettor and have had a good run of form over the past 18 months, so I think until I lose the will to win within those bets, I’ll stay clear of the NHL but the proline betting lottery looks to be popular with those that are based in Canada.
It would be interesting to hear what any of our Canadian readers have to say about it as I have the sort of personality that wants something that he can’t have and I would have the chance to be able to make use of the betting lottery should it be something that interests me through a family friend, so don’t be shy, let me know.
In the meantime, I will be looking to serve up a few more Premier League betting insights next weekend (I have already said that I will be looking to miss out on this weeks betting action due to high risk fixtures), so be sure to tune in for a couple of tips and predictions.