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|Appears in Collections:||Economics Journal Articles|
|Title: ||How bookies play with your emotions to make you place unlikely bets|
|Authors: ||Newall, Philip W S|
|Issue Date: ||12-Jun-2015|
|Citation: ||Newall PWS (2015) How bookies play with your emotions to make you place unlikely bets, The Conversation, 12.6.2015.|
|Abstract: ||First paragraph: I first became aware of football “in-play” TV betting adverts around three years ago. In the first campaign of its type, Ray Winstone urges viewers to “bet in-play now” on the website Bet 365, by offering the odds on specific bets during high-profile football matches.|
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