Memasang taruhan hanyalah bertaruh bahwa suatu peristiwa tertentu tidak akan terjadi, yaitu menggantikan posisi Slotbola88 bandar.
Katakanlah bahwa Man Utd akan bermain melawan Aston Villa dalam pertandingan sepak bola. Peluang Man Utd untuk menang (bila dinyatakan sebagai peluang desimal) adalah 2,25 (atau 5/4 sebagai pecahan). Peluang Aston Villa untuk menang adalah 4 (atau 3/1). Peluang undian adalah 3 (atau 2/1).
Jika Anda meletakkan Aston Villa untuk menang, dan Anda bersedia melakukan ini dengan jumlah £10, pada dasarnya Anda menawarkan £10 bagi seseorang untuk bertaruh pada Aston Villa untuk menang. Anda mengambil tempat Bookie, dan mengizinkan penumpang untuk memasang taruhan.
Saat Anda memasang taruhan, Anda bertaruh melawan peristiwa yang terjadi – jadi dalam contoh ini, Anda bertaruh melawan Aston Villa yang memenangkan pertandingan. Jika Aston Villa kalah atau seri, maka Anda berhasil. Hanya jika mereka menang, Anda kehilangan uang Anda.
Anda dapat memasang taruhan apa pun di bursa online, yang paling populer adalah Betfair dan Mansion. Kami akan membahas ini secara lebih rinci nanti di artikel.
Katakanlah Aston Villa menang, Anda harus membayar £40. (Berbaring £10 dan kemudian kemenangan £30 – £10 berbaring x peluang 4 = £40).
Namun jika Aston Villa tidak menang – mereka kalah atau seri, maka Anda mendapatkan gaji £10, yang merupakan uang penumpang.
Katakanlah Arsenal bermain Tottenham Hotspur dalam pertandingan sepak bola. Peluang Arsenal untuk menang (bila dinyatakan sebagai peluang desimal) adalah 3 (atau 2/1). Peluang Tottenham Hotspur untuk menang adalah 4 (atau 3/1). Peluang undian adalah 2,25 (atau 5/4).
Jika Anda berpikir akan ada sedikit kekecewaan, dan Anda berpikir Arsenal tidak akan menang, Anda bisa meletakkan mereka untuk menang. Katakanlah Anda meletakkannya dengan £40, dengan odds 3. Ini berarti bahwa jika Arsenal tidak menang, yaitu mereka kalah atau seri, maka Anda mendapatkan £40.
Jika Arsenal menang, maka Anda harus membayar taruhan – £120. (Berlaku £40 dan kemudian kemenangan £80 – £40 berbaring x peluang 3 = £120).
Hasilkan uang dari ini:
Anda sekarang mungkin berpikir bahwa ini hanya terdengar seperti bentuk perjudian lain, dan sejujurnya memang demikian, tetapi ada cara menggunakannya untuk menjamin keuntungan dengan sedikit bantuan dari bandar judi online.
Seringkali ketika Anda menggunakan taruhan online, mereka akan menawarkan Anda beberapa bentuk bonus pendaftaran – misalnya, ketika Anda mendaftar dan memasang taruhan £30, mereka akan memberi Anda taruhan £30 gratis.
Taruhan atau bonus gratis memungkinkan keuntungan dibuat dari peletakan/pencocokan taruhan.
Saat Anda mencocokkan taruhan, pada dasarnya Anda menutupi kedua sisi taruhan.
Bayangkan Anda memasang taruhan, seperti yang disebutkan sebelumnya di artikel ini. Kemudian Anda membuat taruhan yang persis sama tetapi kali ini Anda bertaruh secara normal, dengan mempertaruhkan jumlah tertentu pada peluang tertentu, di bandar taruhan. Jika Anda memenangkan taruhan Anda dengan bandar judi, Anda akan mendapatkan kemenangan dari taruhan itu tetapi Anda juga harus “membayar” untuk taruhan Anda. Di sinilah kedua hasil membatalkan satu sama lain, artinya Anda tidak kehilangan apa pun (tetapi juga tidak mendapatkan apa-apa). Namun, jika Anda menggunakan taruhan gratis atau uang bonus, maka baik pada taruhan awam atau taruhan Anda akan mendapat untung.
Penting untuk menunjukkan pada titik ini bahwa ketika memasang taruhan, penting untuk mencoba dan memasang odds yang semirip mungkin dengan odds aktual yang tersedia di Bookmaker. Hal ini dimaksudkan agar kerugian yang terjadi minimal saat melakukan taruhan. Juga, jika Anda dapat menemukan peluang awam di Bursa yang lebih rendah daripada peluang di Taruhan, Anda dapat menjamin keuntungan.
Contoh Taruhan yang Cocok menggunakan uang Anda sendiri:
Katakanlah peluang Chelsea memenangkan Liga Utama adalah 3, atau 2/1. Ini adalah peluang mereka menang di bandar taruhan. Untuk meletakkan di bursa Chelsea memenangkan Liga Utama peluangnya sama, 3.
Jika Anda menempatkan £10 di Chelsea untuk memenangkan Liga Utama di bandar, dan kemudian meletakkan £10 di Bursa, kedua hasil akan membatalkan satu sama lain.
Jika Chelsea memenangkan Liga Utama, maka Anda mendapatkan £30 dari Taruhan (laba £20, dan taruhan £10 dikembalikan dengan kemenangan.) Dengan lay di Bursa, Anda harus membayar £30 (£10 mereka taruhan dan kemenangan £20 dari taruhan). Oleh karena itu, Anda akan mendapat untung £20 di Taruhan, dan kerugian £20 di Bursa. Ini berarti Anda kembali ke titik awal, dan tidak memperoleh atau merugi.
Hanya untuk mengkonfirmasi, jika Chelsea tidak memenangkan Liga Utama, maka Anda akan kehilangan £10 taruhan Anda di Taruhan, tetapi Anda akan memenangkan £10 lay di Bursa, lagi-lagi membatalkan satu sama lain.
Semua ini tentu saja tidak ada gunanya, kecuali jika Anda menggunakan taruhan gratis.
Contoh Taruhan Cocok menggunakan uang Anda sendiri dan taruhan gratis:
We will use the same scenario as before to keep things simple.
The odds of Chelsea winning the Premiership are 3, or 2/1. These are the odds of them winning at the bookmakers. To lay at the exchange Chelsea winning the Premiership the odds are the same, 3.
If you used a free bet stake of £10 on Chelsea to win the Premiership at the Bookmakers, and then lay £10 (your own money) at the Exchange, then no matter what happens you will have made a profit.
If Chelsea win the Premiership, then you have won £30 (as long as the free bet was stake-returned). You would then have to pay out £20 at the Exchange for the lay. This means that you have an overall profit of £10 (£30 winnings minus £20 lay loss).
If Chelsea don’t win the Premiership, then you have lost your free-bet (no actual loss though as it didn’t cost you anything) but you will win your £10 lay, so you will have £10 profit.
From this scenario, you can see that by using a free bet you can guarantee to gain nearly almost of the free-bet amount back. There are a few issues that mean its not always possible to extract the full amount back. At the Lay Exchanges they often charge commission on any winnings on a bet or lay. At the most popular Exchange, Betfair, the commission is usually %5.
Another issue is that sometimes the free-bet is SNR or Stake Non-Returned. This means that if you were to place a £10 bet on odds of 3 (2/1), you will only receive £20 back, and your stake isn’t returned.
Both of these and any other issues are easily solved, thanks to the spreadsheets and programs made freely available for people to use when working out their bet matching. These usually make a field available for you to enter a Non-Stake Returned figure (or Stake Forfeit), as well as allowing you to enter the rate of commission at the Exchange.
Often when entering the odds into the spreadsheet, most programs will only accept fractional odds and not decimal odds. Though most Bookies are able to offer fractional odds upon request, it is simple enough to convert between the two.
If the fractional odds were 4/1, you divide the top by the bottom and then add 1.
4 / 1 = 4 + 1 = 5.
Or if the fractional odds were 5/4:
5/4 = 1.25 + 1 = 2.25
When Bookmakers offer free-bets, most of the time they will be stake non-returnable. This is because people can simply use this free bet on a certainty, such as Chelsea to beat Rushden and Diamonds. They would then receive the entire free-bet back, as well as any other winnings. However when the stake isn’t returned on a bet like this, they would hardly earn any money from it. For example if the odds on Chelsea to beat Rushden and Diamonds were 1.2 and you had a £20 stake-not returned bet and you placed the £20 on Chelsea to win, you would only receive £4 back. Obviously if the stake was returned you would have earned £24.
The Bookmakers don’t want people to be able to do this, which is why the free bets or bonus bets are usually not stake returned. However, the best way around this is to bet on something with high odds when it comes to using a free-bet.
For example, say you had gone the other way and used the free £20 bet on Rushden and Diamonds to beat Chelsea at odds of 9. You would have won £160, and this doesn’t include our original stake. This is a very good return on the free-bet, and is a lot better than the £4 you would have won if you backed Chelsea. Obviously it is very unlikely that Rushden and Diamonds would have won the match in the first place, but as long as you remember to Lay the bet at the Exchange, you would have unlocked most of the free bet as your own money (as long as you found odds similar, or lower, when laying the same outcome at the Exchange).
From the matched bet above,you can see that the Lay Stake needed to match this bet is £10.29 and that there is an overall closeness of %97.79. The Lay Odds in the situation above are lower than the Back odds, by 0.05. This would normally form an Arb*, but due to the %5 Lay Commission, there is no arb. Often when you place a qualifying bet, and then lay it out, you will make a small loss as long as you have odds which are reasonbly close together. However on the odd occasion you will get Lay odds which are lower than the Back odds. This means that no matter what happens in the event*, you will come out with a profit. Often though you only ever make a small loss when matching the bet, but this is okay because by matching the bet in the first place you will be unlocking a free-bet or bonus. The free-bet or bonus is the earner, and you can usually gain about %80 of the free-bet as your own money (as long as you match the bet properly).
How to Lay the Bet:
It’s best to use a more popular Exchange when you start laying your bets, such as Betfair. With Betfair most of the time their commission rate is %5 but sometimes it can be %1, its best to check with the terms listed on the website.
It is very simple to lay a bet at Betfair. You simply find the relevant market and find the same event which you have bet on (if you are matching a bet) and then you will see pink and white values on either side of the screen. The white values are to back an event, which is just to bet on the event. The pink side is the lay side, which are the lay prices that are currently available. The amount of money which is available at each of the prices are listed below each of the values, so that you know how much you can use.
Of course if you are not happy with the Lay odds available at the Exchange at Betfair you are able to set your own price, and then put the amount of money you are willing to accept there. Then it is up to another user to choose to accept that Lay value, and to choose the amount of money they wish to take of it. If no-one accepts that (the bet doesn’t get matched) then you will have to lower your lay value or cancel it completely.
For example, say someone has bet £100 at the Bookies on Bolton to win against Arsenal, at odds of 4. This same person might then go on to Betfair and put up a Lay value of 2 on Bolton to win against Arsenal, and put £200 available for this. Then the person will have to wait for other people using Betfair to accept the odds he has made available.
Limitation Factors, Drawbacks and Guidance:
Throughout this article there are a few things which I have touched upon which can limit your success doing matched betting and arbitage betting. The biggest factors are related to arbitage betting, and matched betting is generally safe as long as you know what you are doing, which is also the first most important point.
- Make sure you know what you are doing
This is self-explanatory really, but its paramount that you read and re-read this article before you even look into starting any matched betting. You need to understand that you are doing this to try and gain the Bookmakers bonuses, and maybe when you get used to it you can have a go at Arbitage betting too. You must understand that you can lose a lot of money if you do things the wrong way, such as forgetting to Lay an event, or by Laying the wrong event. You have to be very careful in your actions by taking your time over things, and double-checking your figures.
- Stick to familiar sports and markets
You have probably noticed by now that every example written on this website involves football. This is because it is believed to be the ‘safest’ sport to bet on, in terms of the rules at the Bookmakers and the Exchanges. For example, in a sport like tennis, its quite possible that a player could retire during the match due to an injury. Some Bookmakers might have one set of rules for this event occurring, and decide not to pay out on the winner, and an Exchange might have different rules too. Also with horse-racing, if a horse is a non-runner and pulls out, the rules can again change depending on the Bookmaker. By all means you can bet with other sports than football, but just make sure you are familiar with the rules. Football is deemed to be pretty safe, in the way that most Bookmakers and Exchanges employ the same rules, so its rare that something would go wrong.
You must also make sure that you are familiar with the market that you are betting on, as again the rules can change depending on the Bookmakers or Exchange. Make sure if you back an event on a certain market at the Bookmakers, you are laying the same one at the Exchange. Also, sometimes the commission rates at the Exchanges will change for certain markets, so be careful of this too – you could be losing out on some extra money if you forget to knock the commission rate down to %3 in some cases.
- Be Wary of your Commission rate
I mentioned earlier the changing commission rate on certain markets, this can also apply to the whole Exchange. For example Betfair is %5 for the majority of markets, so you will need to enter this value into your calculations for the lay. However if you were to use an Exchange called Mansion, I think their default value is about %1. You must make sure that you are entering the correct value for the commission rate at the Exchanges that you use, or else you could miss out on extra money.
I know that Betfair runs a scheme at the moment whereby if you spend so much at their Exchange, your commission rate can be reduced. You must be aware of these sorts of things otherwise you will not be able to maximise your earnings.
Liability is a very big factor when it comes to Laying a bet at an Exchange. In gambling terms the word liability basically means the amount which is to be wagered, the potential loss from an event. When you Lay an event at the Exchange, there will always be a value called the liability. This is the money which you will have to pay out, if the lay event happens. The higher the Lay value, and the higher the Lay odds, then the higher your liability will be. This is why Arbitage betting isn’t for everyone, because in some cases you will need a large amount of spare cash in your betting account in the Exchange, in case you need to pay out. Of course if you matched the bet properly then you will have an equally large or larger amount won at the Bookmakers to cancel out this loss, but you will always need the money readily available in the Exchange in case you have to pay out.
This is an ever-constant problem which is basically unavoidable when it comes to bet laying. As someone sets a price for a Lay event, and an amount they are willing to accept for this, people will often rush to snap up the best price. All it takes is a matter of seconds and the amazing Lay price which you have used in your calculations will be gone, and you’ve already backed the bet at the Bookmakers. This happens to everyone, and is just one of those things. The only thing you could do in that situation is to hold back and hope for another low Lay price, or to just cut your loses and Lay at a higher price and thus lose some money. Some people try to avoid this problem by Laying the bet first of all, and then backing at the Bookmakers, but things can still go wrong, and its just one of those things. Its best to try and not rush, in case of errors, but be sure with your lay amount and prepare in advance of the event taking place. Often the market prices can change due to an injury to a player, or just to general feelings about the event, so you must be careful.
This mainly applies for people undertaking Arbitage betting, who will be betting with large amounts of money. If you win too many times at a Bookmaker, or start winning large amounts, or even start betting with strange amounts (£23.57 for example), the Bookmakers might start to be alarmed. They don’t like it when people start winning too often, so they will slap a limitation on you. This means that you could be limited in any bets you make, preventing you from winning big money. If you are aware of any limitations then you will be okay, but if you aren’t aware and you suddenly spot a nice Arb and decide to Lay before backing an amount at the Bookmakers, you could find yourself down a lot of money.
Sometimes Bookmakers offer deposit bonuses, such as a %30 bonus for any deposit to a maximum value of £80. If someone works out the exact value which maximises the full %30 bonus, then sometimes the Bookmakers become suspicious. They don’t like it when groups of people suddenly start depositing £46.73 for example, and could pull a bonus from the website. This is another thing to watch out for, as they might well limit you as well. Try and round the value up, to £45 or £50, to avoid being noticed by the Bookmakers.
Cashback & Free Bets
Being able to find free bets is a highly important part of matched-betting. Theres no point doing it unless you are trying to qualify for a free-bet at the bookies, unless you are already using the free-bet to unlock some profit. There are a few websites which list all available free-bets at the bookies, and update them regularly. However most of these websites earn money through affiliate links, whereas if you were to join the bookies though a ‘cashback’ website you will earn money whilst taking advantage of the bookies.
If you want to join a website which offers cashback for near enough any purchases online (its completely free to join and to use) then Rpoints is a good option. Though this website doesn’t offer as much cashback as some others do, it does have a promise that it will match any competitors rate of cashback. Rpoints rewards cashback for a few online Bookmakers and Exchanges, some of which aren’t listed at other cashback sites. The other cashback website which is a must to sign up to is Quidco. They charge £5 for administration fees when you request a payment, but this fee is deducted from any of your earnings and there are loads of online Bookmakers to join up to from Quidco. This website aims to give nearly %100 of the affiliate money earned back to the original user, and so they have a very high rate of cashback. The other website is BetRescue, and here you can view all the Bookmakers offering free bets, including their terms and conditions. They provide you with free money for taking advantage of them by sending out a cheque to the people that sign up to the bookies and meet the given criteria.