William Hill Bore Draw

  • Thats another £50 free bet for me after the Swansea v West Ham game just finished 0-0.

    If you don’t ever do this offer just simply place a correct score bet before hand up to £50 and if the game finishes 0-0 they give you money back as a free bet.
    If the odds are close I usually do this offer quite often as in the long run it definitely is profitable and as WH odds are usually pretty good, it means not much of a loss qualifying for the offer.

    I did £50 1-0 Swansea @ 7.5
    Lay’d @7.4 on Betfair for a £1.54 loss..and now I have a £50 free bet! Merry Christmas!

  • mike j 8

    do you still get your free £10 in play bet

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    RyanB 10

    Yeah why wouldn’t I? well I also did other bets on the game but pretty sure you would!
    Ps nice bike! I have a CBR600! 😀

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    Rose88 0

    Thanks Ryan
    Will definitely give this a try…

    Is this promo just for PL games?

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    RyanB 10

    As far as im aware its any game that ends 0-0, you’d have to check the terms so don’t quote me on that!
    But yeah if i can lose like below £2 and I think theres a chance of it ending 0-0 i go for it!

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    JDUBU 1

    wow well done nice work!

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    Rose88 0

    Hi Ryan,
    With regards to the Bore Draw promo, I put £20 on a correct score bet today in the Arsenal v Man City in the hope it might be 0-0 still at HT as I remembered you mentioned somewhere that it is possible to lay on 0-0 at HT to guarantee a profit. Too bad Arsenal score after 30min…
    If it has been 0-0 at half time, how do I calculate how much to lay at 0-0 to guarantee a profit ….
    Can’t seem to get my head around this…

    Thanks in advance…

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    RyanB 10

    Basically you know you’ll get your stake back as a free bet so in your case £20, I usually only do it when its £50 as it means there is more money to play with. Lets not count your qualifying loss as you know youll make that back on the £10 free in play. So what I do…is if it finishes 0-0 you’ll get a £20 free bet which lets say you can make £17 from.

    At half time if the odds of a 0-0 is 3.5? I just go to lay say £5 and see what the liability is and then ill put it up to 6 and I just keep doing it until its above even (As in the £17 – liability = a similar amount to your lay stake on 0-0. The problem with doing it at half time yes you’ll guarantee a few pound but its soo much less than letting it run until the end of the game so I just let it run now and hope it finishes 0-0.

    Sorry I couldn’t be anymore help!

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    Rose88 0

    Thanks Ryan. I got it now…Thanks for your help…

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