Help & Advise
I am fairly new to matched betting and having done most of the ‘New Customer’ offers now want to move onto the offers for ‘Existing Customers’ so I can get a regular income to help me through Uni etc!
I seen the ‘2nd Place offers’, Doubles & Trebles (PP this weekend) and the ACCA’s but have no idea how to tackle them – Can anyone give me some help & advise on how to do this, in SIMPLE terms please as reading some of the threads in this forum leaves me totally confused!
Thanks:)+00January 11, 2016 at 8:32 am
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Learning the fundamentals takes 10-15 minutes and you’ll make £15 in the process.Pickle 57 January 11, 2016 at 9:26 am
Best way to start is just follow what Matt says on the blog. Your right a lot of the posts are very complicated espec the ones about laying accas. Ive just been picking 5 selections with really short odds then the 6th one a bit longer and hoping the first 5 win the laying the last leg. So far doing this i havent got all 6 up but have got five a few times. Hills are the best bookies to do this offer with as they include all games whereas others have to be on certain leagues.+0patchy 0 January 11, 2016 at 9:33 am
thanks Pickle – so the first 5 you take a chance using short odds then lay the last using your original bet?+0Mark 1 January 11, 2016 at 9:42 am
Don’t want to knock your spirit, thus is the ideal income for a student but you’d be better off going back through all the forum posts which mention the offers your interested in to find out about these offers, they’ve been answered many times.
Doing the research yourself will help you much more than just being spoon fed the instructions!
The accas threads get a bit dense with info but they’re definately the best place to learn.
The 2nd place refunds are pretty much back the horse you think will come second and lay it at the exchange.
Enhanced offers for the weekend will likely be covered on here nearer the time when someone spots them. Keep your eyes peeled here as everyone posts offers and there’s discussion of them. I for one am very thankful to a lot of the regular posters here.
Good luck!+0patchy 0 January 11, 2016 at 9:52 am
Thanks Mark – have been through the posts but often find that the writer assumes an understanding of the terminology etc, which I my case is zero! , especially with regards to ACCAs and trebles etc+0Pickle 57 January 11, 2016 at 10:21 am
Marks right the best way to do it is trawl through all the other posts. Ill admit now im not clever enough to understand a lot of what was said on the enhanced accas thread so yes im taking a punt on v low odds teams if i can. If you pick them so maybe the 4th 5th and 6th all kick off at later times there may be value in laying each of them individually. Yesterday i let it run and needed a draw in the Athletico Madrid game. Odds of bet was 5.97 and lay on the draw was 3.4 so a bit of profit but fortunately for me i fell asleep woke up at half time. It was 0-0 and lay had dropped to 2.4 so i layed then and got a lot better value. Plus Madrid went on to win so the bet would have lost had i let it run. So far ive only put 1 acca on where 2 of the first 5 legs have lost and i havent managed to get all 6 legs up.+0patchy 0 January 11, 2016 at 12:11 pm
Thanks for your help – really appreciate it!
Will have a go at a 3-4 leg ACCA and see what happens!+0Mark 1 January 11, 2016 at 9:24 pm
You’re not wrong I suppose Patchy, youll pick it up easy enough but you’re better off asking questions in those specific posts.
Of you’re doing an acca you might Co aider 6 legs on will hill as that’s probably the best conditions I. E. No minimum odds and stake back as a free bet if 1 leg loses.+0Dave_Jones 6 January 12, 2016 at 10:00 am
have you checked out Matts blog, if not take a look there, he has a nice way of explaining things and I find I am learning a lot form reading his blog posts, they tend to be easier to understand than some of the forum posts on this and other matchbetting forums.+0
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