Match Betting for Absolute Beginners

Matched Betting Guide

Match betting is the term issued by winning out the guaranteed profits of the bonuses offered by online bookmakers. For example, when you write this article, Skybet offers 20,000 pounds if you sign up and order 5 pounds. Then, the "winning bet" of £ 5 is followed by putting the "free bet" at £ 20. By "matching" both of these Betfair bets, we can ensure that you win a profit. When this article is written, more than £ 715 is available from British bookmakers.

The matching process is simply placing two separate bets. The first is the one who is known as a "back" bet. This is set on Skybet. Another is known as "loan & # 39; bet. This is set on Betfair. This process does not involve any gambling because we get all the results.

Both "back" and "lay" are placed on the same game and on the same result. For example, the "back" has come to Southampton to win against 2.1 (only dozens, non-fragments). The & # 39; lay & # 39; is also placed in Southampton. By supporting Southampton, we are betting that they will "work". By "imposing" Southampton, we are betting that they will not "win".

Qualifier

Qualifying

Back:

Qualifying

Qualifying

Qualifying

Qualifying

  • Back Southampton with a pole of £ 5
  • Odds of 2.1

Lay:

  • Place Southampton with a share of £ 5.02
  • Odds of 2.14

The reason we have a little more on "loans" is because Betfair pays 5% commission on all winnings, so it has to be taken into account. Do not worry too much about math now.

Qualification Conclusion:

If Southampton Work:

  • We would win £ 10.50 on Skybet
  • We lose 5,73 kr on Betfair

Because £ 5 of Skybet winnings was our original item, our win on Skybet is £ 5.50, then:

  • £ 5.50 – £ 5.73 = – £ 0.23

If Southampton Draw:

  • We wanted to lose £ 5 on Skybet
  • We would win £ 4.79 on Betfair

So again we have lost 23 pence:

  • £ 4.77 – £ 5 = – £ 0.23

If Southampton Misses:

  • We would lose £ 5 on Skybet
  • We would win 4.77 kr on Betfair

So again we have lost 23 pence:

  • £ 4.77 – £ 5 = – £ 0.23

So whatever happens in the Southampton game, regardless of the results, we've lost 23 pence on the qualifier. However, we have opened a £ 20 bonus.

Free Bet

We now have £ 20 in our Skybet account as a bonus. This part is a bit harder. Here's an example of how to use the matching process to earn a profit:

Let's take Southport v Grimsby

Back:

  • Back Southport to win your £ 20
  • Odds of 6.5

Lay:

  • Place Southport with pole £ 19.26
  • Odds of 6.8

Result of Free Bet:

If Southport Works:

  • We would win £ 130 on Skybet
  • We would lose £ 111.70 at Betfair

Since there was a free bonus, £ 130 is a net profit, so:

  • £ 130 – £ 111.70 = £ 18.30

If Southport draw:

  • We would lose £ 0 on Skybet (because there was a free bonus)
  • We would win £ 18.30 on Betfair

So again we have won £ 18.30

If Southport misses:

  • We would lose £ 0 on Skybet (because there was a free bonus)
  • We would win £ 18.30 on Betfair
  • So again we have won £ 18.30

    So whatever happens in the Southport game, regardless of the results, we've won £ 18.30 by achieving all the possible results of the game.

    Here are the results of both our "Qualifier" and "Free Bet":


      Qualifier = – £ 0.23
    • Free bet = £ 18.30
    • Total winnings: £ 18.30 – £ 0.23 = £ 18.07

    That means you have earned £ 18.07 without risking a penny.

    Source by Ross Nigel Dawson

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