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US-Friendly Sportsbook Offering 50% Match to New Players

Match bonuses at online sportsbooks are usually pretty meager — in the 10% – 20% range. Top Bet Sportsbook is bucking that trend with a generous 50% match bonus on your first deposit of between $100 and $500 — that’s up to $250 in bonus cash. The bonus comes with a reasonable rollover that you should clear in no time.

There are other perks when you sign up:

  • $10 free bets on Monday and Thursday
  • Weekly free contests

Like most other online sportsbooks, Top Bet Sportsbook has no-fee credit card deposits and gives you one free cashout per month. See the cashier for more details.

Following the trend in online sportsbooks, Top Bet Sportsbook also has a version for many popular phones and tablets. Here’s a direct link to the mobile version of Top Bet.

So why not join me at Top Bet Sportsbook and have some fun when you’re watching the next big game!


Mobile Online Gambling

If you’ve been itching to gamble from your mobile devices, such as your iPhone, iPad, Android phone, Android tablet, Blackberry, or smartphone, then check out my ultra-simple mobile online gambling page. I’ve researched 100s of sites and found only those that offer a true mobile version of their gambling site. Currently, there are more mobile online casinos than other types of mobile gambling sites (poker, sports, horses, bingo, skill games), but over time I am sure that those types of mobile online gambling sites will come online.



Betting on Blackberry

I recently upgraded my mobile handset from a Motorola Razor camera phone to a Blackberry Curve personal digital assistant (PDA).

Wow. What a difference.

One of things that I tried was placing a wager at Intertops using their PDA-optimized site.

  • Overall, it worked and I was able to place a wager.
  • The default value for a wager is 1. The first time that I tried to make a wager, I inadvertently hit the wrong key on my Blackberry, and the bet was submitted and accepted. I expected an intermediate page to review and confirm the bet, as on the main Intertops site.
  • OK. So now I had a wager of 1 on the event. To get the wager to the correct amount, I placed an additional wager on the same event. To my pleasant surprise, I was told that I already had a wager on the event, and was asked to confirm the additional wager on the same event. Good design — this should be done on the main Intertops site, too.
  • As on the normal browser-based Intertops site, I was able to review my past and pending wagers. However, the formatting on the PDA was nonexistent; the data should be properly formatted.
  • Not all bet types are offered; for example, it did not appear that I could tease an NFL game. I would expect to see additional types of wagers available on the PDA over time.

Overall, Intertops has done a decent job with the basics. A little fit-and-finish work, a few more features…. and they’ll have a very good PDA-optimized site.

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