Ladbrokes/Coral darts boosts
Both Ladbrokes and coral have price boosts on Lewis and Anderson to win and van Gerwen to win 4-0 at the moment.
Ladbrokes is 5 and coral 4.33.
Taking the ladbrokes as an example it’s possible to back both of Lewis and Anderson opponents at 6.4 presently and lay 4-0 in the van Gerwen match at around 3.05.
Which would give a small profit if layed normally or around 20 if underlying and hoping for a 4-0 van gerwen win.
Assuming no odds changes before the offs.
I’ll be monitoring and employing a similar tactic that Dash explained earlier and laying in play. Here’s hoping for a profitable evening.
If you follow the darts you may be tempted to let the first 2 ride as Lewis and Anderson are nailed on favorites however anyone who watched the Taylor match last night will know the he was shaky in the first 3 legs it could have been a different story!+01December 29, 2015 at 6:26 pm
DashBet 0 December 29, 2015 at 6:37 pm
I’m taking the Ladbrokes one only as I don’t have enough available funds for both, max £50 bet. Very tempted to let Lewis bet ride, however I will be opposing Gary Anderson as he has been known to get in a pickle with early round lesser opponents. Then green completely on MvG 4-0 as I think Barney will test him. Looking for about £15-£20 on this.
Another offer is Lewis/Anderson/MvG all to get most 180s with Betfair – 13/8 (was 7/4 but they shortened it, the Cowboys) Lewis 1.18 lay in the first of the treble, playing the other two by feel, max £25.+0Tony S 6 December 29, 2015 at 6:49 pm
MvG is a nightmare for switching on the 180’s so I might leave the latter offer+0Drogs 0 December 29, 2015 at 6:53 pm
If we were to back both opponents of Anderson and Lewis at around £9 each, this would just about cover our £50 stake if one of the favourites lost. Then underlaying MvG 4-0 to cover our £50 stake plus the £18 loss at current odds of 3.35 has a liability of around £180. Which added to the 18 loss means there is no profit on the £200 profit.
So am I right in saying at current odds there is no profit in this and we need to wait and see if MvG to win 4-0 drops? Or am I missing something?+0Drogs 0 December 29, 2015 at 7:01 pm
I wondered if I had done that, but whether MvG wins 4-0 or not, we still lose that £18 from the previous bets so I think thats right+0Drogs 0 December 29, 2015 at 7:02 pm
If the odds of 4-0 were at 3.05 like when this was posted, there would be profit in it so I think that’s what it is+0Tony S 6 December 29, 2015 at 7:04 pm
Yeah but you’re including the £50 plus the £18 in the underlay of MvG for a liability of £180… There’s no need to add the £18 again to make £198
So it’s £200 – £180 = £20 in the green?+0Drogs 0 December 29, 2015 at 7:14 pm
Yeah thats including it incase it loses… but if MvG wins 4-0 I will win £200 and lose £180 purely on the lay bet and £18 on the back bets from earlier+0DashBet 0 December 29, 2015 at 7:15 pm
The way I’m doing this is to cover half the liability initially on Lewis ie. pre-match £5 back at 6.6 on Suljovic then assess in-play. Should Lewis win I’m doing the same for Anderson.+0Mark 1 December 29, 2015 at 7:30 pm
I’m doing the same as Dash, letting lewis ride and startimg with Anderson. Fingers crossed!+0Mark 1 December 29, 2015 at 9:59 pm
Well that was well worth doing. Managed to get my full lay in at 2.6 on 4-0 and haven’t tolled up yet but I think that’s around £30 profit so happy with that! Hope everyone else made a profit!+0
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