- MattKeymaster293 July 4, 2020 at 1:19 pm
Things have certainly changed a fair bit over the years.
You can find all of the available sign up offers on my New Customer Offers page. Just have a read of the terms and decide which ones you want to take up. My advice is to start with the free-bet offers, then move on to risk-free offers and bonuses. Always make sure you have enough funds to available to fulfil any wagering requirements and if you don’t like the terms, feel free to leave it and move on to a different offer.
The general consensus nowadays is that you’re going to lose a few accounts along the way, it’s inevitable. The bookies are a lot better nowadays at monitoring accounts and identifying those that display patterns suggestive of matched betting. You just need to mix things up as much as possible and keep them guessing.
Oddsmatcher’s tend to be a premium tool nowadays. I would recommend OddsMonkey if that’s the route you want to go down but it’s not a necessity. It’s easy enough to find your own bets.
You’re right about the exchanges. If you’re doing a Betfair Sportsbook offer, it’s best to lay your bets elsewhere. The same applies for any Paddy Power offers as they are now in business with Betfair.
Hope that helps!
Matt+0in reply to: Questions from a reborn newbieMattKeymaster293 July 4, 2020 at 1:08 pm
You may find the following forum thread useful regarding IE Snare…
IE Snare was a big topic of conversation a few years back but I’ve not heard much about it since.
I think everyone has their own ideas regarding gubbings. It’s inevitable that you’ll lose a few accounts along the way, just try and mix things up as a much as possible and keep the bookies guessing.+0in reply to: GubbingsMattKeymaster293 July 4, 2020 at 12:06 pm
Here’s a list of the 2019/20 season-long offers that we’re currently awaiting outcomes for…+1in reply to: Top Goalscorer betMattKeymaster293 July 4, 2020 at 11:44 am
No problem at all, please to hear you’re finding the site useful.
To answer your questions…
It sounds like there was a small amount of liquidity available at the slightly better lay odds of 15.50.
Yes where qualifying bets are concerned, the closer your odds, the lower your qualifying loss will be. The more bets you place, the quicker you’ll get at spotting the right opportunities.
Hope that helps.+0in reply to: Qualifying Bets & Betfair RewardsMattKeymaster293 July 1, 2020 at 4:21 pm
Wasn’t a great offer that one @taylor.
Generally speaking though, for profit boost offers that are paid in cash, you can just add the percentage on to the back odds and enter those into the calculator.
So, if you were betting at odds of 4.00 (3/1) and it’s a 10% boost you would do the following calculations…
4.00 (decimal odds) – 1.00 (stake) = 3.00
3.00 * 0.10 = 0.30 (10% profit boost)
3.00 + 0.30 (boost) + 1.00 (stake) = 4.30
So, you would enter 4.30 as your back odds instead of 4.00, when using the calculator.+2in reply to: William hill scratch of the dayMattKeymaster293 June 27, 2020 at 7:21 am
Great offer this one guys!
I’ve put a walk-through guide together for anyone who’s interested…+0in reply to: CORAL – Lead at Half-Time but fail to winMattKeymaster293 June 22, 2020 at 10:59 am
What are the terms regarding the free bet @bobbydavia66?
You need to be sure that if your bet wins at the bookmaker you can afford to meet any wagering requirements.
It sounds like a generous offer, but be sure to read the terms thoroughly as I would hate for you to come unstuck.+0in reply to: Help with recurring offerMattKeymaster293 June 10, 2020 at 8:12 am+0in reply to: how to place accumulators on betfair exchange?MattKeymaster293 May 31, 2020 at 10:06 am
Nice little offer to kick things off.
I’ve posted the guide here > https://matchedbettingblog.com/horse-racing/betfair-exchange-offer-newcastle/+0in reply to: Betfair Exchange – Newcastle Free BetMattKeymaster293 May 21, 2020 at 11:16 am
It will certainly stand you in good stead @bruceyt101, but it’s always best to keep mixing things up and keep the bookies guessing.
Here are some mug betting tips to help you avoid being gubbed…+1in reply to: From mug betting to matched betting