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Ruby Walsh’s Tips For Day Four of Cheltenham Including The Gold Cup

Ruby Walsh has had a hit-and-miss week at the Cheltenham Festival, but his win on Big Buck’s must surely make up for a disappointing first two days. It’s the last day of the festival on Friday and Ruby has some top tips to end your week in style. Fingers crossed they come in! Big Buck’s […]

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Big Buck’s Wins The World Hurdle – Paddy Power Refunds Bets On 2nd Placed Horse

Paddy Power has refunded losing win singles on Voler La Vedette in the World Hurdle. Big Buck’s has claimed his fourth World Hurdle and in doing so sparked a refund on the second placed horse Voler La Vedette. We promised punters a Money-Back Special on the race if your selection finished second to Paul Nicholls-trained […]

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Ruby Walsh’s Betting Column With Paddy Power

Ruby Walsh is one of the greatest Irish sportsmen. The 32-year-old Kildare native has ridden more Cheltenham Festival winners than any other jockey in the meeting’s history. In his only betting column with any bookmaker, Ruby tells us in his own words about his best bets for next week. It’s a busy time of year […]

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Breaking News – Paddy Power Transgender TV Ad Pulled

Stop the press. Paddy Power’s Ladies Day commercial has been pulled from TV. The decision to suspend the clip wasn’t made by us – it was done by the British TV advertising regulator along with television broadcasters. This is especially frustrating given the commercial was already pre-approved by British television advertising clearance body Clearcast, just […]

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I’m Very Sorry – Site Disruption And Mobile Issues

I am sorry and mortified at the service we offered on Saturday. All Saturday afternoon our customers had a lot of difficulty getting their bets on, either through our website or our mobile services. We were also slow to in getting winnings back into people’s accounts. This was due to serious technical problems in our […]

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€40k Payout on Dublin Despite Fog – 20/20 Vision For Punters

Paddy Power are paying out on Dublin after their match with Mayo in the national league was abandoned due to fog. Your pre-match bets will be either paid out as winners on Dublin or voided on Mayo. Coupled with the payout, we’ve also voided all In-Running bets on the clash too. You can see clearly […]

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€50,000 Six Nations Payout – France v Ireland

What a disappointing night! Just as I and a lot of you were sitting down to a pint of the black stuff and 80 minutes of rip-roaring action, the French surrendered to the weather. (I couldn’t resist) With no game, no winner and no fun we’re more than happy to pay out on the draw […]

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[Guest Post] Another One For The Djoker?

Eoghan O’Dea is Paddy Power’s very own Poker professional. A World Series of Poker Final Tablist, this man is a shrewd gambler. He also likes to punt tennis and with the Australian Open on the horizon, the young Irishman give us his thoughts. Here’s his preview of the Australian Open which Starts on Monday. Eoghan […]

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Bolt From The Blue! – Usain Bolt Refund

Someone just ruined my Sunday. And maybe yours. I felt the need to tell somebody. For all Usain Bolt’s talents, like any man, he can be the victim of a premature release. In the 100m World Championship Final in South Korea, the Jamaican runner false started and was disqualified from the race, much to his […]

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ATP Cincinnati Masters……Andy Murray Payout!

Andy Murray was well on his way to winning the ATP Cincinnati Masters when a clearly crocked Novak Djokovic retired injured. Normally our rules concerning early retirements dictate that all bets are void but given the British star had won the first set 6 -4 and was clear 3 – 0 in the second, we’ve […]

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Blue Tiger Refund – 2.15 Thirsk

As an 11/8 favourite from the Godolphin stable, Blue Tiger was well-supported and fancied prior to the 2.15 at Thirsk. Like most youngsters, he was a little obstreperous in the stalls and decided to send Ted Durcan flying and get stuck in the stalls. In normal circumstances and under the rules of racing, the two […]

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