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Premier League Football Betting

Welcome to another season at Wager To Win, a guide offering a variety of relevant up to date information enabling you to make informed Premier League football betting decisions, with the ultimate goal of increasing those returns.

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As we turn our attention to a new season Wager To Win has more to offer in terms of extra information including a premier league directory, ex-premier league directory, betting directory, updated offers available from bookmakers in our betting blog, better links to alternative resources and archived data from the last 6 seasons.

Premier League football betting tips

Browse Premier League football betting tips for the coming midweek and weekend fixtures. All Premier League matches analysed culminating in predicted scorelines and the measure of risk corresponding to each Premier League football betting tip. If you agree with any of the predictions why not click on one of the banners and potentially make some profit. Feel free to look back through our archives of Premier League football betting tips; either over the course of the 2010/11, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2007/08, 2006/07, 2005/06 or the 2004/05 seasons.

Premier League football betting successes

To gauge the success of Wager To Win's Premier League football betting tips check out our Premier League football betting successes. Any correct prediction is logged here recording whether the result or score was correct, along with the measure of risk associated with the match at the time of prediction. Feel free to look back through our archives of Premier League football betting successes from the last 7 seasons.

Premier League football statistics

A full range of Premier League football statistics are available to help you make better betting decisions, from the premier league table through to recent form, half time / full time analysis and goals scored/conceded for several time intervals. These should help in varying the type of bets that you can confidently wager. If your betting strategy relies on past performance feel free to browse the Premier League football statistics from the 2010/11, 2009/10, 2008/09, 2007/08, 2006/07, 2005/06 or the 2004/05 seasons.

Details of the latest money-back specials and refunded bets offered by the major bookmakers. These are available on the biggest televised matches as well as other top sporting events and are a great way of covering your bet.

Football betting guide

Our Premier League football betting tips only give a guide to the outcomes of Premier League matches but if you would like to make your betting more interesting and vary the type of bets you make then take a look at our football betting guide which gives an all round flavour of different types of bets available with the host of online bookmakers only a click away.

Football betting strategies

If you find that most of our Premier League football betting tips are successful but several results are letting you down and not allowing you to maximise your profits, then browse our football betting strategies. These should give you some ideas as to the type of bets to combine, the amounts that you should stake according to the risk and how to make the most of free bets. Different strategies work for different punters so try out a few to determine strategies that work for you.

Premier League directory

The Premier League directory provides background on the current Premier League clubs including details of official club websites, ground information and club history. Also find details of Premier league clubs that have fallen from grace.

The betting directory provides information on most bookmakers including details of introductory offers, type of betting exchange (i.e. against the bookmaker or other punters) and competitiveness of offered odds.

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Football Betting Guide

The following is designed to serve as a guide to the variety of bets available across the majority of bookmaker sites. Most bet types are usually self explanatory, although may not appear straight forward to a novice punter, so are outlined below. Most of these bet types are available on all Premier League games, some are an exception and are only offered on televised matches.

Some basic terms explained:

Single - A bet on the outcome of one event regardless of the type of bet.

Accumulator - Several bets on the outcome of several different events, regardless of the type of bet, where the winning return plus stake of the first event is carried forward as the stake for the next event and so on. Winnings are only paid if all bets on events in the accumulator are successful. A double is defined as two bets, a treble three bets and a yankee is four bets.

Bet types covered by most bookmakers on individual matches:

Match Odds - Predict the result of a match i.e. home win, away win or draw. Odds offered on all outcomes.

Correct Score - Predict the score of a match. Odds offered on all outcomes and will be much better than the match odds due to the more precise nature of the bet.

First Goalscorer - Predict the scorer of the first goal. Odds offered on all players.

Last Goalscorer - Predict the scorer of the last goal. Odds offered on all players.

To Score Anytime - Predict the scorer of any goal. Odds offered on all players and will be less than the first and last goalscorers due to the less precise nature of the bet.

Next Goal - Predict the team to score the next goal. Odds offered on both teams and no goal.

First Goal - Predict the time of the first goal. The match is broken down into nine 10 minute slots and odds are offered on each of these.

Total Goals - Predict the total number of goals to be scored during the game. Different bookmakers allow different bets for this type. Some offer odds based on the number of goals falling within a range such as 0-1, 2-3, over 4 etc. Others offer odds based on the number of goals exceeding a number i.e. 1 or more, 2 or more, 3 or more etc. The odds will increase as the threshold you pick does but opting for a lower goal threshold increases your chances of making profit.

Over/Under 2.5 Goals - Predict the total number of goals to be scored during the game. Odds are offered on only two options of 2 goals or less, or 3 goals or more.

Half Time - Predict the result at half time i.e. home win, away win or a draw. Odds offered on all outcomes.

Half Time / Full Time - Predict the result at half time and full time i.e. in effect a double of a half time bet and a match odds bet. Odds offered on all outcomes and will be better than either of the single bets due to the double nature of the bet.

Additional bet types covered by some bookmakers on televised matches:

Corners Odds - Predict the number of corners awarded in a game. Odds are usually offered on three options with the number of corners varying e.g. 9 and under, 10 to 12, 13 and over.

Corners Index - Predict the number of corners awarded in a game. This is a range bet where an expected number of corners is offered by the bookmaker and you have the option of buying or selling corners at a unit price depending on whether you think more or less corners will be awarded. If you correctly predict which way the number of corners falls you win the unit price for either each additional corner or each corner not awarded.

Bookings Odds - Predict the number of bookings in a game. Cards are given a points value e.g. 2 points for a yellow and 5 for a red. Odds are usually offered on three options with the number of points varying e.g. 5 and under, 6 to 8, 9 and over.

Bookings Index - Predict the number of bookings in a game. Cards are given a points value e.g. 10 for a yellow and 25 for a red. This is a range bet where an expected number of points is offered by the bookmaker and you have the option of buying or selling points at a unit price depending on whether you think more or less points will go into the referee's book. If you correctly predict which way the number of points falls you win the unit price for either each additional point or each fewer point. The unit can vary from 1 point to a number of points depending on the values assigned to each card.

Asian Handicap - This type of bet is popular in Asia, hence it's name. With this type of bet you effectively give a team a head start and the draw is eliminated as it is deemed void. The handicap applies to a team and represents a number of goals. Whoever wins with the handicap applied, wins the game. e.g. you back a team with a handicap of 0; if they win you win, they draw your stake is returned or they lose and you lose. If you back a team with a handicap of -1; they win by 2 or more goals you win, they win by 1 goal it's effectively a draw and your stake is returned, or they draw and you lose. If you back a team with a handicap of -0.5; they win you win otherwise you lose. The handicap can also be a combination of handicaps e.g. -0.5 & -1; if they win by 2 goals both parts of the bet win, they win by 1 goal only half the bet wins and the other half is void, or they draw and both parts of the bet lose.

Additional examples of special bets offered by some bookmakers at the beginning of or during the season as appropriate.

Winner of the Premier League - Predict the team to win the Premier League. Odds offered on all teams.

Best of the Rest - Predict the team to win the Premier League, not including the expected top three of Arsenal, Manchester United or Chelsea. Odds offered on all teams except the expected top three.

To be Placed - Predict a team to finish in the top three. Odds offered on all teams but will not be as good as those offered on the outright winner due to the nature of the each way bet.

Top Goalscorer - Predict the player you expect to score the most goals in the Premier League over the course of the season. Commonly known as the Golden Boot. Odds offered on most players, especially strikers expected to do well. In the case where several players finish the season with the same number of goals the odds are usually divided by that number of players.

Handicap Table - Predict the team to win the Premier League with points handicaps applied that are determined before the start of the season. Odds are offered on all teams and fluctuate during the course of the season depending on how the teams perform.

October Leader - Predict the team to be leading the Premier League as at the end of October. Odds offered on all teams.

October Bottom - Predict the team to be propping up the Premier League table as at the end of October. Odds offered on all teams.

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Importing Partitioned tables tips

Importing Partitioned tables tips

Oracle Database Tips by Donald Burleson

One of the neatest new features that data pump offers is the ability to manage partition implementation during the import process. The source table had to have been partitioned when exported. Then during the import, there are three options: NONE, DEPARTITION and MERGE. NONE means to import the structure exactly the same as it was in the source database, therefore, partitioned if it was so.

DEPARTITION means to create a separate table for every partition and sub-partition. This might be useful when attempting to backwards port tables as non-partitioned for deployment in a development environment, i.e. developer sandbox. The table naming scheme is as follows: table_name_sys_pxxx or table_name_sys_subpxxx for partitions and sub-partitions, respectively. This is just table_name || parititon_name . Here is an example of a schema with fairly complex partitioning being imported with each of these three options.

C$\> impdp bert/bert directory=data_pump_dir dumpfile=bmf.dmp remap_schema=BMF:BMF2 partition_options=none

C$\> impdp bert/bert directory=data_pump_dir dumpfile=bmf.dmp remap_schema=BMF:BMF3 partition_options=departition

C$\> impdp bert/bert directory=data_pump_dir dumpfile=bmf.dmp remap_schema=BMF:BMF4 partition_options=merge

Note that schema BMF2 has all the exact same counts as BMF for tables vs. partitions vs. subpartitions. So the NONE option did, in fact, import it exactly the same. Now look at BMF, which had been imported with the DEPARTITION option. It has 1387 tables! Finally, BMF4 imported with MERGE has just the eight tables and no partitions or subpartitions.

SQL> select owner, count(*) from dba_tables where owner like 'BMF%' group by owner order by 1;

SQL> select table_owner, count(*) from dba_tab_partitions where table_owner like 'BMF%' group by table_owner order by 1;

SQL> select table_owner, count(*) from dba_tab_subpartitions where table_owner like 'BMF%' group by table_owner order by 1;

Import Remapping Options

Often during the import process, something may need to be loaded in the target differently than it was in the source. Back in the old export days, there were the fromuser and touser parameters to load objects into a different schema. And while that was handy, it was never quite enough. Data pump has addressed this need by adding a plethora of remapping options. Look back at the prior section where there was the partition example. Was the remap_schema option being used to load into BMF2, BMF3 and BMF4 noticed? That is pretty much the same as the fromuser and touser concept. But there is more. Do another BMF schema remap where there are the objects to be created in a different tablespace as well. Here is how it is done:

C:\> impdp bert/bert directory=data_pump_dir dumpfile=bmf.dmp remap_schema=BMF:BMF5 remap_tablespace=users:accounting partition_options=none

If one wanted to rename tables during the import, there is the remap_table parameter. The most powerful remapping concept is remap_data . With this, a table can be loaded and the values can be changed for columns using a function that returns the same data type as that column. The function itself can be practically unlimited, except not permitted to issue either COMMIT and/or ROLLBACK commands. A strong argument could be made that this makes the Data Pump a sort of ETL (Extract, Translate and Load) toolset now because this remapping function can handle the translate portion.

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What is the fastest way to export files (blobs) stored in a SQL Server table into a file on the hard drive? I have over 2.5 TB of files (90 kb avg) stored as varbinary and I need to extract each one to a local hard drive as quickly as possible. BCP seems to work but it will take over 45 days with the speed I'm seeing, and I'm worried that my script will fail at some point because Management Studio will run out of memory.

I tried using a CLR function and it was more than twice as fast as BCP. Here's my code.

C# Code for the CLR function

I came here looking for exporting blob into file with least effort. CLR functions is not something what I'd call least effort. Here described lazier one, using OLE Automation:

You'll potentially need to allow to run OA stored procedures on server (and then turn it off, when you're done):

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Create Text File Using a Text Editor

(if UNIX or LINUX use your home directory)

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Create Internal Representation of the External Table

DEFAULT DIRECTORY <oracle_directory_object_name>

RECORDS DELIMITED BY newline

FIELDS TERMINATED BY '<terminator>'

REJECT ROWS WITH ALL NULL FIELDS

MISSING FIELD VALUES ARE NULL

REJECT LIMIT <UNLIMITED | integer>;

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DEFAULT DIRECTORY <oracle_directory_object_name>

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col address format a20

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col city_state_zip format a20

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