Surely you will eventually sign up to every bookie?

 
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paolo89

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over 5 years ago

Hi Guys,

I'll introduce myself first.

I mm Paolo, i am always keen on making a bit of subtle pocket money and not afraid to try new things. I have dabbled in online casinos a bit, made average money and for me, putting you money on the spin of the wheel or the roll of the dice is too risky.

This on the other hand seems win/win

I haven't done this before and i'm keen to get started but i do have one question.

So, it seems that matched betting relies on the bookmakers sign-up bonus. Surely after a few months you would have signed up to all the reputable bookmakers and ALL your bonuses would have been collected?

Is this a valid question or am i missing something here?

Anyway, i'll look forward to a reply.

Cheers

Paolo

 
 
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MMartins

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over 5 years ago

Hi Paolo!

Yes, that is the limitation of this method, you can only collect the bonus once, but you have temporary bonuses from bookies and you can always help a friend or a relative

Double Betting Team

 
 
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johnyyydal24

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over 3 years ago
 

Citing MMartins on 2012-05-18 13:58:54

Hi Paolo!

Yes, that is the limitation of this method, you can only collect the bonus once, but you have temporary bonuses from bookies and you can always help a friend or a relative

 

hi there

I would like to know if you could back and lay bets on its own to make a slow profit.  without using bonuses .just by finding the back and lay odds. say you back at 3.1 at a bookmakers then lay at betfair at 2.1 so you make a small profit from either the bookmaker or betfair then just keep building up more bets like this to make small profits from the bets found to work in this way.

Doing it in this way with your own money in your account either with a bookmaker or betfair has no restrictions. so you could withdraw from your account at any time. so can it work in this way or have i got it all wrong.

The bonus set up looks good and makes good profit so I understand this.

Post edited by johnyyydal24 on 14 August 2014, 12h50

 
 
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MMartins

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over 3 years ago

yes you can! That is called trading, and it's better to do that only on betfair with back and lay bets

Double Betting Team

 
 
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johnyyydal24

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over 3 years ago
 

Citing MMartins on 2014-08-14 13:09:10

yes you can! That is called trading, and it's better to do that only on betfair with back and lay bets

 

hi there

It is hard to do this on betfair without some kind of trading experience and a you need a good trading robot.

I have read that there is a free betting robot to use on betfair but you must open an account and also have money placed in your account to have the access key sent to your email address.

The site is called.  www.cymatic.co.uk.   I do not no if I am aloud to put this address on here  so please delete if  I am not.

Is it not possible to back with a bookmakers and lay with betfair as I have found a few bookmakers that do have good backing selections and finding the laying selections with betfair .

Post edited by johnyyydal24 on 14 August 2014, 16h46

 
 
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MMartins

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over 3 years ago

Yes to place Lay bets betfair is the best and the bookmark we recommend.

It is not that simple to find a back bet on a bookmark that has a favorable lay bet on Betfair, also called greenbook.

You have better chances to get there when the market floats live at betfair or even before the game.

Double Betting Team

 
 
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Goodbhoy

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over 2 years ago
 

Citing MMartins on 2014-08-14 13:09:10

yes you can! That is called trading, and it's better to do that only on betfair with back and lay bets

 

Is there any instructions on how I can find an appropriate win/lose bet where I will make a small win regardless of result?

This would be without using free bookie bets. (I will use them also in another format)

All the bets I have checked, I would ultimately make a loss.

How do you recognise a win/win bet?

 
 
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MMartins

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over 2 years ago

Hello!

Instantly you will never find a win/win bet at Betfair, you need to place a bet and wait for the market fluctuations. That's trading 

Double Betting Team