GPWA member angrymob loves working in the horse racing industry, even if that means he works every day but Christmas.

Dave discusses his background in brick-and-mortar betting shops, the risks of free bet sites and the decline of horse racing in the U.K.
Hometown and Living In: Durham, England, United Kingdom

The horse betting site targets non-horse bettors, presenting streamlined data in an easy-to-use interface and providing a level of transparency that's nearly unprecedented in the industry.

Matt discusses placing his first bet, the "Punting Confessional" and his passion for horse racing.
Topic: Racebook

Jimmy talks about the effect of increased information access on the sports betting scene, New Jersey's fight to regulates sports betting the role of big events in drawing traffic.
Hometown and Living In: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Peter discusses his horse racing sites, black and white hat SEO, and the importance of building a brand.

Affiliate Interview: Meet the man behind the mask
Richard Wright, known as "QwertyCasino" on the GPWA forums, says he joined the GPWA because he wanted the seal of approval on his sites. "It was only when I looked into it a bit further that I discovered how bloody helpful it was," he says.

Simon of EarnReal discusses why independent racebooks are better than ones attached to sportsbooks, how to market around major sporting events and what's different about EarnReal's statistics reporting package.