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How to Bet on Virtual Sports



Virtual sports betting is becoming more and more mainstream in recent years. There are a lot of exciting options available for you to try your hand at. 

It takes effort and persistence to improve your skills, as it does with everything worth doing. We recommend betting with caution and accuracy. Don’t put everything in the hands of chance!

Manage Your Bankroll

You must determine how much cash you’re looking to put into sports betting as a bettor. You can manage your bankroll depending on specific financial circumstances. It is never a good idea to risk money you cannot afford to lose.

Choose a unit size now that you’ve set a pre-determined bankroll. We suggest that newbie bettors risk 1-5 percent of their money on each bet.

This is the most important first step to ensure you enjoy your betting experience. Every experienced bettor examines their unit size and bankroll on a regular basis. From virtual horse racing betting to any other league, you always need to stay on top of your bankroll.

Set Realistic Goals

A skilled bettor is victorious 54 percent of the bets he plays. A historically outstanding gambler has a 60 percent chance of winning. They are the most skilled sports bettors on the planet.

It takes practice and time to claim this status. You need to be patient and realistic at the very beginning of your journey.

Even if you have a couple of bets on virtual sports games in succession, the law of averages indicates that you’ll eventually face some losses. Knowing this and having reasonable expectations may help you avoid making hasty decisions.

Keep Track of Your Bets

This approach may seem unappealing, but it is very essential. It’s not pleasant to review losses, but when you do, you may be able to avoid repeating the same errors.

Sometimes, even when you do everything correctly, you may lose some bets. In the long term, correcting faulty thinking will improve your bets.

A long-term increase to your bankroll will almost surely come from a periodic review of your achievements and mistakes.

Don’t Let Your Emotion Get on the Way 

Most sports bettors started betting as a result of their passion for sports. As a result, they were most likely loyal to one or several teams. If this describes you, we advise you to avoid betting on any event involving your favorite team/teams. 

We suggest being logical and cautious in your sports betting since loyalty may distort our judgment. Bias has both positive and negative effects on us. As a result, we suggest avoiding lines in which you have a personal or emotional stake.

It’s hard to follow this strategy in the case of traditional sports, however, when you’re betting on let’s say virtual football leagueit’s hardly common to form an emotional attachment to a certain player. 

Develop a Unique Sports Betting Strategy

While betting on your favorite virtual sports game, make sure you have a good strategy at hand.  

The best way to develop a winning strategy for sports betting is by testing several options. You come up with an initial strategy, test it for a while, then tweak it repeatedly until you drive a successful one.

But you must bear in mind that you cannot reach a conclusion on the profitability of a given strategy after testing it for only a short while. 

In conclusion, it is important to note that all sports betting strategies revolve around one thing – developing a system that allows you to make better predictions than your bookmaker. That is to say: all you are trying to do is to get better than your bookmaker at calculating the probability of an outcome.

All in all, you need to know that if your method of estimating the probability of outcomes isn’t considerably more accurate than that of the bookmaker, you will lose money in the long run. And if your method is more accurate, you will make net gains with time.

That is the summary of everything you need to know about sports betting strategies!

Regardless of the strategy you employ, gambling is a risky venture, and it is one activity you must engage in with a lot of tacts. Be it virtual horse racing or traditional football, gamble so that you enjoy both the process and the outcome.


So You Wanna Be A Rockette….Open Auditions Are Here



Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Are you at least 18 years old, between 5’5 5 feet, 10 1/2 inches tall in stocking feet? Are you proficient at jazz and tap. The choreography of the dance numbers is demanding, complex, and rigorous in its precision. You need first-rate technique. If you do audition registration for the Radio City Rockettes, ensemble and more is officially open for the 2023 Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes presented by QVC. Audition to be a part of New York City’s favorite holiday tradition and register today.

Dancers auditioning for the Radio City Rockettes will also be considered for Rockettes Conservatory, the dance company’s invite-only, week-long training intensive, which serves as the main talent pipeline for the line.

The auditions will be held April 20th with call backs April 21 and April 22. For male identifying dancers who sing that audition is April 26.

Female Identifying Dancers*, Voice Ensemble and Principal Roles will be cast through invited agent calls only – there will be no open call audition for these roles.

*Includes gender expansive identities (trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming and gender queer.)

The Radio City Rockettes are a world-renowned dance company known for their athleticism and iconic precision style combining elements of ballet, jazz, and tap, as well as techniques of modern and contemporary dance. In addition to the Christmas Spectacular, the Rockettes perform annually in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the Christmas in Rockefeller Center tree lighting, and have appeared on some of the biggest events in entertainment, including the Tony Awards, the MTV VMAs, the NYC Pride Parade, and “Saturday Night Live.” Most recently, the Rockettes were featured in the Hallmark movie “A Holiday Spectacular” and performed with Mariah Carey in her holiday special filmed at Madison Square Garden, “Mariah Carey: Merry Christmas to All!”

As a Rockette, dancers have access to excellent benefits, including year-round health insurance, a competitive 401K, and a tuition assistance program for accredited and approved courses, as well as a reimbursement plan for many voice, dance, technique, wellness, and fitness classes.


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Did you Know Andrea Bocelli and Hauser Performed Live In Times Square?



Celebrating the release The Journey: A Music Special from Andrea Bocelli, Andrea Bocelli and Hauser performed Melodramma Live in Times Square.

Combining world-class musical performances with intimate conversations across the awe-inspiring Italian countryside, The Journey: A Music Special from Andrea Bocelli is an exploration of the moments that define us, the songs that inspire us, and the relationships that connect us to what matters most. You can see this film produced by Fantom events April 2 – 9. You can get tickets here.

Watch Bocelli and his wife Veronica travel on horseback along Italy’s Via Francigena, an ancient road traveled by pilgrims for centuries in the footsteps of the apostles and saints. Along the way, they are joined by friends Michael W. Smith, Tori Kelly, Tauren Wells, and TAYA for world-class musical performances in some of Italy’s most magnificent venues and majestic locations.

Following a blessing from the Pope, Bocelli’s children Matteo and Virginia make appearances in this amazing adventure, as well as musicians and singers Katherine Jenkins, Clara Barbier Serrano, 2Cellos, 40 Fingers, and many others.



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T2C Talks With Rajesh Bose on Life Of Pi’s Opening Night and More



Lolita Chakrabarti’s Life Of Pi, the new drama is adapted from the novel by Yann Martel makes its Broadway debut  tonight at the Gerald Schoenfeld theatre. T2C talked with Rajesh Bose who plays Pi’s father.

Rajesh is an actor who has worked regional and Off-Broadway. He performed with The Bedlam Theatre Company in The Crucible and Pygmalion, Henry VI forNAATCO),  Against The Hillside for the Ensemble Studio Theatre, Indian Ink at the Roundabout, Oslo at St. Louis Rep, Mary Stuart at the Folger Theatre, Guards at the Taj for Capital Stage, Disgraced at Playmakers Rep, Huntington Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre winning the  Connecticut Critics Circle Award and an IRNE Nomination. The Who & The What at Gulfshore Playhouse and The Invisible Hand at the Westport Country Playhouse and Hartford TheaterWorks.

Rajesh’s film and television roles include “Quantico”, “Blue Bloods”, “Elementary”, “Blacklist”, “Damages”, “Nurse Jackie”, “Madame Secretary”, “The Good Wife”, “Law & Order: SVU”, “Criminal Minds”, the series finale of “The Sopranos”, and the Academy Award nominated film Frozen River. 

T2C wish the Life of Pi and very happy opening.

Video by Magda Katz

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