Moving money without withdrawing Method

  • People often talk about this in various threads and sounds like a few of us had high odds selections winning on free bets with bookies this weekend. I myself had Bournemouth at 13/1 and Newcastle at 7/1. A right pain.

    I use a laying tipster to move money back to exchange without withdrawing. Has numerous benefits, makes bookie accounts look like I’m a random gambler, earning me points in Betfair’s cash races and keeps withdrawals from bookies down. The betting patterns also make it look like I’m chasing losses on bookies.

    Check out the lay tipster on twitter. Before I give the link please not that I don’t know the guy at all, I’m not affiliated with him in any way, he’s a free tipster too so why would there be any benefit in it for me / him. Yes, anyone can tip a horse to lose but this guy has a great record of doing it on odds-on and low odds horses. If you use a martingale system then it’s very easy to move money about. Just don’t start off with too high a stake on your 1st bet if doing a martingale. He’s already had too nice lays win today, 1 horse lost the lay and won it’s race but all was covered in the next selection.

    A lot us also love to lose a sign up bonus with a bookie to save the rollover hassle.

    https://twitter.com/GetYourShitOut

  • beh 7

    It’s difficult to find close odds unless it’s relatively near to post? And at that point they’re also prone to fluctuate rather more than I’m comfortable with.

    If you have a large balance with a bookie it’s going to take some time and you’re still likely to lose at least £5 for every £100 in the process.

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    78naD 2

    If done right then no, experiment with over laying if you have to.

    This works perfectly for me without any loss. Just sharing it for others. It does work and without a loss. Up to people to make it work for themselves if they want.

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    Pickle 56

    Just back Liverpool!!!. Managed to move my balance out of my 10bet account altogether yesterday. Think i backed them @1.57 and layed them @1.6 so not much of a defecit.

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    Stims 0

    I’ve won every bet with WH the last week or so and now have over £400 in there i want to lose out.

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    78naD 2

    I’m in the exact same boat as you Stims, and with the same bookie too. I’ve a lot of laying this tipsters lays to do to get the money out again. At least it’ll make the account like like that of a proper gambler.

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    ss1412 0

    I’m the same I signed up to WH this month and have around £300 on there.I’ve still got around £800 stuck on Paddy from last month’s winning so many horse racing promos.
    Yet only £200 on my exchanges,so can’t always take up every offer.

    Most my tax free side lines have been from poker the last few years,so I fully understand its the variance causing the one way flow.

    I can see that Once my bankroll is larger I can then maximize on most offers..it’s just a waiting and hoping that variance will turn game the moment. Might start looking into these insurance accumulator lays I’ve seen mentioned on here.

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    kjillman 1

    Hi all,

    I think bookies expect you to withdraw some of your winnings of course don’t clear out all your account but lets say you have £400 in an account,withdrawing £200 is fine,they don’t think we are all rich and don’t need excess to our money. Of course if they see you depositing money regularly that helps!

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    78naD 2

    ss1412 can you give an example of an acca lay? I’d like to do one of them too.

    I know how to do the virtual acca lay but perhaps you’re talking about the bonus offer refund accas?

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    ss1412 0

    Yes was talking about the bonus offer refund accumulator ‘s as mentioned https://matchedbettingblog.com/topic/acca-insurance/#.VmcCsXpFDmw . I got a few days to myself from Thursday, so planing to look into them more deeply.
    I’ve been doing a £20 football accumulator every weekend for recreational purposes since I left school and its always been one or two teams that lets me down.

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    mike j 6

    i agree with kjillman, it looks more authentic if you are withdrawling a chunk of you winnings one day, then further in the week you are having to deposit more

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    Dockie 1

    Had a nightmare with this in the last 2 days. Tried to “lose” £30 Bet365 Risk Free profit into the exchange by placing a series of £5 horse bets. Had 2 14/1, a 16/1 and an 8/1 winner (the latter went off at 9/1 so I got BOG). That £30 is now £440 so i’ll have to withdraw a fair chunk of that as the Betfair account is looking a tad empty.

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    78naD 2

    That stinks Dockie, but at least Bet365 are known to be very slow at restricting/limiting accounts so should be fine there.

    Try giving the guy I use a go mate,
    https://twitter.com/GetYourShitOut

    I managed to get a nice percentage out of one account today that I know I’m on thin ice with so well happy with him.

    His lays today taken from the twitter account. The 1st 2 won but if you start small and use a martingale system he always prevails and gets the money out for me. Makes me look like I’m chasing my losses too which is great for the account.

    Taken from twitter account:
    Lays
    1.20 Marler Massie (fav, won race at evens)
    2.25 Min (fav, won race at 4/11 so was a tough one to try)
    3.20 Bambys Boy (2nd fave, lost at 15/8 and covered the 1st 2 for me)
    4.40 Zip Gianni (fav, lost at 10/11)
    5.10 Second Wave (fav, lost at 10/11)
    6.10 Air Of York (fav, lost at 2/1)
    #Laythefuc

    Hope this might help

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    Dockie 1

    Cheers Dan i’ll give him a go. If i’d have backed winners at those price at one of my trips to Kelso or Hexham i’d be cartwheeling round the parade ring naked.

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    78naD 2

    haha 😀
    It’s always the way though, I’ve backed so many correct scores and high odds the last week that it’s nuts. Wouldn’t happened if they weren’t laid off.

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    Falstaff 0

    When betting the qualifying money for a free in play football bet is it worth considering backing the three win draw win options at different bookies, rather than laying at an exchange? It might be a bit more expensive than laying, but there are different odds on the three options at different bookies. It won’t move your money, but in the long run wouldn’t deplete your exchange resources if results went against you. It also means losing at two out of three bookies each time and has the advantage of placing two mug bets for each matched bet.

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