Here at Beating Betting, we regularly provide in-depth tips and tactics to use with matched betting.
However, you rarely get to see it in action – well, you’ve never got to see it in action. Until now.
We’ve decided to produce our first income report (and you’re reading it right now!) to show how much we took advantage of bookies during Cheltenham week, which if you weren’t aware took place between 15th-18th March 2016.
And to save you the hassle of delving through this post to see how much we earned, I’m going to tell you right at the very start – that’s now.
My profit – that I earned single handedly, with one set of bookmaker accounts in just four days, betting solely on Cheltenham was…
That’s a month’s worth of profit, or more, in just four days.
It works out to £276.71 a day, or £46.12 an hour based on doing six hour days – hey, no-one said Cheltenham was going to be easy.
Many people were more successful than me during the week, a lot more will have been less successful, but I consider my profit a job well done.
It’s even better when you consider that every single bet was matched and therefore all risk was eliminated.
Now, if you’re interested in learning about exactly how I did it, then please read on.
*Please note, I did earn a good amount of additional free bets for Cheltenham in the weeks leading up to the festival. The free bets and profits from these have not been included in this report to help keep it accurate for the four days.
All profit mentioned is AFTER the use of free bets.
Table of Contents
Day 1 – Profit: £121.83
Day 2 – Profit: £213.83
Day 3 – Profit: £254.69
Day 4 – Profit: £498.44
The fun of the best week of the year for us matched bettors may be over, but the consistent profits are not.
It’s the work all-year round that keeps our bankrolls building, and the Gold Cup is the week when we’re truly spoiled.
If you have anything to ask, please feel free to drop us a comment below.
Shares of this report are more than appreciated.
Cheers to a £2k+ profit month!
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