Posts tagged "online betting"

Selecting a Sport to Bet on

So, you want to start betting with a system and not randomly huh? But where to begin with? Building a betting system looks like a labyrinth and a heavy task, but not in my book. There are some steps you should take in order to be successful and completing each one of them with the… Continue reading

How to Build your own Betting System

We all have visited plenty of websites offering tips which are based on some betting systems and strategies. We never get the chance to see one, but we are happy to receive the tips in our emails and move on. How about this time to build our unique betting system and have the tips right in… Continue reading

Who pays commission? How are odds affected?

Everyone pays commission in order to be able to bet on an event. This is true either in Betfair or another bookmaker. The bookmakers have “vig” representing the commission. Vig, which is short for vigorish, is a term used to describe the book’s theoretical edge, or commission, on each betting online wager. So, how does this… Continue reading

Tutorial: Trading Charts in Betfair

Using as a reference the races taking place in Ascot these days, we will examine the fixed odds’ charts regarding technical analysis, which is widely spread in the financial markets. Cockney Rebel was the favorite in the 3.45 race at odds of 2.20. 10 minutes before the start of the race the chart was like… Continue reading

Make Money Trading Fixed Odds in Horse Racing

Let’s examine what  it means to bet and mainly trade the horse racing markets and make money out of it. As an example, we will refer to a Brighton race which offers the favorite horse at odds of 3.00. Before submitting our bets, we’d better do some configuration in the “options” box, put by Betfair… Continue reading

Betfair Charts and Sports Trading In-play

After reading about the trading options before kick-off , let’s see now what the game between Liverpool and Milan in the Champions Cup final really offered to the bettors and mainly traders in-play. Milan started trading at 2.50, climbed to 3.25 just before the foul kick, and fell to 1.50 when Inzaghi score. A trader… Continue reading