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As someone referred to but not named in this book, it needed more research.Published 20 days ago by RJM
The title and the caption hooked me in but as I read on, the writing style was so bad that I skipped pages to get to the most interesting bits about how the concept was formed and... Read morePublished on 16 Jun 2011 by Nadeem
An interesting and facinating story of how two men with a simple idea created and grew a business in a very competitive field to become a dominant force in the world of gambling. Read morePublished on 13 Feb 2011 by James Aspinall
The author is apparently an experienced journalist, but from the very beginning I was shocked by the appalling use of punctuation, or should I say lack of it. Read morePublished on 28 Dec 2009 by Lord Buckles
I'm wondering if I read the same book as the other reviewers?
This has to be one of the most badly written business books I have ever read. Read more
Repetitive in the beginning, but picks up towards part 2.
another book should be written on Betfair maybe a couple of years from now for better "hindsight"
Yawn! What a boring book, I gave up after 3 chapters due to the author constantly referring to the chance meeting of the co-founders... Read morePublished on 18 Jun 2009 by D. Raybould
Whats the point of this book ? It drones on and on in the most tedious of detail, discussing spread betting and why Bookies offer unfair prices on horses and general betting. Read morePublished on 17 May 2009 by J. Creighton