Online Betting Odds RSS feed
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a XML-based format for delivering and sharing regularly changing web content, such as sports odds.  Content is provided in a xml-based format that is automatically updated whenever the lines change. Many news-related sites, weblogs and other online publishers syndicate their content as an rssFeed.
Ressolves a problem for people who regularly use the web. It allows you to save time and easily stay informed of the latest lines without visiting the website. Using an rss reader you can receive notification of new content in your own environment -- on your desktop, in your weblog, web browser or elsewhere. This is also good way to get around peeping eyes at work and home. When you decide on a line you can click thought right to our betting menu.
  1. Get a rss Reader, or News Aggregators (read below).
  2. Subscribe to our rssline feeds:
    1. Click the orange button for the feed you want
    2. Copy the URL from the address bar, and
    3. Paste it into your rssapplication.

*If you use My Yahoo! My AOL, Google or Firefox it's even easier: Just click the appropriate button to instantly add that feed.

RSS/News Aggregators:

RSS/News Aggregators (also called Readers) will download and display rssfeeds for you. These programs pull all your subscribed rssfeeds into one place Most news readers are programs that must be downloaded and installed onto your computer, but there are also some web-based options available as well. Here are some of the more popular news readers that are available and other resources where you can learn more about rsstechnology. Get our rssnews here

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