Who is tired of questions about where to get the best free game picks? Should such questions be banned?

April 12, 2009

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Marc C asked:

Every Saturday and Sunday I see the Yahoo Answers section on the NFL and NCAAF pages littered with questions about free game picks and terms related to such activities that are illegal in many states and don’t represent the interests of most sports fans. Do these questions violate current community guidlines? Should they be banned in the future? Should they be moved to a special section and not featured prominently? Are they advertising in disguise? Does anyone moderate Yahoo Answers?
Ok I see the answers so far but here is the thing. Every Saturday and Sunday Yahoo shows 3 popular questions from Yahoo answers on its main pages for NFL and NCAA Football on those the topics of those sports. It seems to me like every week, 2-3 out of 3 of those questions are about where to go for gambling picks. If Yahoo wants to have a gambling section, fine. But I don’t think their main sports pages should be used to promote or focus on gambling. Also, since the same questions are asked each week, I wonder if people purposesly ask and answer these questions to promote their sites. Also, on top of that, I think it is kind of dumb for people to be so obsessed with where to get the best free picks. At least gamble on your own guts and research or maybe some private source. Public information is not likely to beat any odds in the long run, when in the end the odds are the sum of all public information.


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