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Seven bits of betting gold you may have missed from Paddy Power

by Paddy Power Admin | June 2, 2012

#1. Get your Euro 2012 facts straight for the bank holiday pub banter

Paddy Power’s design team, who come over like a mix of Girls Aloud and The Bangles (and that’s just the fellas) have been flexing their skills ahead of the Euros. We gave them info. They put it to graphics. Infographics. There’s one on Ireland, and one on England. #statsmagic

#2. Don’t forget about the horse racing

Epsom is big business in horse racing. The Royals love it. But don’t let that upset you. Jumps legend Ruby Walsh rang us to say he was a bit bored and wanted to air his thoughts on the Epsom Derby. Two hours and one sore ear later, we managed to get those thoughts down on paper. Putting them on paper was useless for the internet. So we put them here instead. #longday

#3. Download your Euro 2012 wallchart

Designed to fit in your wallet. Or if your wallet’s been robbed, your back pocket. And if your wallet’s really been robbed, at least this is free so it’s not like you’ve had to buy a newspaper for it. Get your Euro 2012 wallchart and fixtures guide here. #cashsaver

#4. Bluffer’s Guides

Chief sports writer Aidan Elder had no time for history at school. So we’ve been making him hit the books. By books, we mean Wikipedia. He’s come up will all kinds of facts, figures and mischief on the countries competing at Euro 2012. Enjoy our Bluffer’s Guides here. #truelies

#5. Paddy Power’s new Football betting pages

The super-nerds in our web development department have come up trumps. If you haven’t seen the overhaul we’ve given to our Football betting pages, give your eyes a treat right here. Betting on Puerto Rico v Nicaragua has never been as sexy. #getyourbeton

#6. Our latest Money-Back Specials on Ireland and England

We’re quite excited bleedin’ delirious waiting for Euro 2012. There’s some pesky friendlies to get out of the way first, during which Jordan Henderson may get a shot at starting for England, while Paul McShane terrifies the Irish nation by playing himself into contention. Thankfully, Paddy Power’s latest batch of Money-Back Specials should make the weekend’s games more entertaining. #giveitawaygiveitawaygiveitawaynow

#7. The Padcast starring Gary Pallister

Gary Pallister talks up a storm on England and Rio Ferdinand. As classy at broadcasting as he was at the back. Listen. #justice4Rio


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