What are you doing today? Matched Bets
Just thought I would start this thread so we can see what each other is doing and whether we can jump on board.
Started on Playros with the 100% offer went in low on this offer with 35 Euros doubled up to 70 and put the whole lot on Chelsea to lose & laid it tonight for around a £2 loss so a potential £23 return once you convert the currency
Waiting on Stan James ACCA which I have 3/4 already with Vardy to score for Leicester securing me £133 profit In the meantime used their £5 free bet on Chelsea again and laid that for another £3+
Now I am at Plumpton on pay 2nd place offer from William Hill so a nice 7 Race card there so let us know what you are doing and we may join you there as well.+01December 14, 2015 at 11:46 am
Tony 8 December 14, 2015 at 11:59 am
At the moment I am recording all of the weekend’s bets (all placed on mobile as away from home) into my spreadsheet so I can work out what profit I actually cleared.
After that I will lay Vardy to score tonight, to ensure profit from my Stan James 4 scorer acca (surprised you aren’t doing the same given you are 3/4 already)
Then, if time allows I will pick out a couple of horses at Plumpton too and see what qualifying bet I can get on for Hills bet £20 get £10 offer on the Leicester v Chelsea game tonight.
I also need to “lose” some money out of Sky Bet into my exchange as I was on their PL acca boost on Saturday that only bloody came in for +£220 at the weekend 🙁+0mike j 6 December 14, 2015 at 1:32 pm
Have the day off work so am currently spending it trying to lose my bet 365 balance (over £700) into my exchange. If i can do it by only losing £75 then i will of made £125 from the sign up offer. Normally i would opt to play through the roll over but my exchange has taken a serious battering this past week+0Starlord 0 December 14, 2015 at 2:12 pm
First post here. Great blog btw.
I’m also working through the last of my B365 bonus on the nags. Had a 5/1 and an evens winner to start so £300 down on the exchange. Looks like i’ll be getting very close to the £1200 WR unfortunately!+0Starlord 0 December 14, 2015 at 2:12 pm
Also on the WH £20 for £10 in play for the Leicester match+0beh 7 December 14, 2015 at 2:48 pm
Was on the same boosted acca as Tony, I just withdrew most of my winnings. It’s too much to mug and I don’t see why a genuine punter wouldn’t ever withdraw? Same for 365, I ended up with several £hundred there and took most of it. I’ve never seen any convincing evidence for mug betting, it’s all speculation.
Probably just do the WH £20 for £10 tonight. Wouldn’t surprise me if they also boost the odds on Vardy to score.+0Shaun46 1 December 14, 2015 at 4:05 pm
Well that’s the racing over came out of 7 races about £3 down so not too bad 1 more 2nd place or a price boost would have made a profit.+0jamieaBlocked23 December 14, 2015 at 4:18 pm
Got my william hill on and got 30 in netbet advent calendar so hoping on a draw in Leicester Chelsea game to avoid rolling over. I tend to withdraw my bookies under the assumption a usual mug punter would withdraw the money to spend just leave 20 quid or so in to cover my next bets as I use mine to pay off my credit card and saves the couple of percent deposit fee+0Chappers1888 1 December 14, 2015 at 4:45 pm
All action on Leicester match. Hills £10 in play will be used at half time. Stan James acca Layed Vardy to Guarantee £25 regardless. Using my £5 weekly sky bet on same match also remember the stan james offer returns a free £5 bet win or lose so it is being used also!+0kjillman 1 December 14, 2015 at 5:11 pm
same Tony, also WH enhanced on Blackburn but unlayed for a poss £5 profit.+0Shaun46 1 December 14, 2015 at 5:14 pm
Can’t see the lay for WH bet on Blackburn and score more than 3 goals in match, can anyone assist me where it is?+0Shaun46 1 December 14, 2015 at 5:50 pm
Nope still don’t see it is it 2 seperate bets 1 laying against leocester and 1 latying against 2.5 goalsd if so how much do u put on each? Or is it a mutiple as not sure how to put these on+0
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