Getting into the habit of matched betting can take a bit of getting used to. You’ll want to make the transition from novice to confident bettor as quickly as possible. Being able to do it as if it’s second nature will allow you to become more productive.
More productive betting leads to more profit and that’s the goal everyone is aiming for.
To enable this some people set-up a separate bank account. What are the benefits of this and is it really necessary? We’ll discuss whether it’s something you should look into doing or if your time is better spent elsewhere.
So you’ve built up a bit of a bankroll. You might be looking for the next step to increase your profits further.
This is where high risk casino offers come in.
Normally we wouldn’t advocate high risk betting systems but this guide will show you how it can be very profitable.
Matchbook is another betting exchange that’s become popular over the past few years. If you’re not using a betting exchange then you really should be.
With better odds than traditional bookmakers and the option to place lay bets, it’s something you should get familiar with.
You might already be familiar with exchanges and looking to see if Matchbook works in a similar way.
Or if you’re matched betting it provides another great option to lay off your bets.
This guide is going to clear up all of those questions and show you how to use Matchbook.
Casino offers are a potentially lucrative chance to boost your betting earnings. However, there is a lot more that goes into it than spinning the roulette wheel.
That doesn’t mean it has to be difficult – or even risky.
That’s where this guide comes in. We’re going to teach you what to look for in a low-risk casino offer and the best methods of finding these offers.
Dealing with Know Your Customer (KYC) checks quickly is an essential part of matched betting.
Signing up with many different bookmakers means you have to meet all of their requirements, which are in place to prevent underage gambling.
If you’re looking to get into matched betting the potential of earning a tax-free second income probably sounds very appealing.
That’s because it is. Matched betting represents an easy way to earn money with very little or no risk.
As experienced matched bettors ourselves we feel it’s important we pass on everything we wish we knew when we first started.
Even if you’ve been doing it for a while this article is worth a read. Just because we’ve made mistakes doesn’t mean you have to!
We have talked about the benefits of opening a separate account for matched betting.
It makes it easier to keep track of your results and bankroll when it is not muddled up with your finances.
If you ever have to apply for a mortgage, it’s also an easy way to avoid uninformed lenders taking a negative view of betting history.
In this article, we’re going to run through what you should look for when opening a bank account as well as giving you our top choices to get you started.
If you’ve been watching sport on TV recently, chances are you will have seen a new sports betting app advertised.
Over the past five years, Kwiff has really pushed its name out into the world of sports betting.
Claiming to offer ‘supercharged odds’ we are going to take a look at exactly what they have to offer and whether there’s profit to be made.
If you’re starting to get more into matched betting, you may have come across the terms underlay and overlay. But what does it mean to overlay or underlay a bet?
In this guide, we will explain what it means to underlay or overlay a bet, why you might do it, and discuss a few examples of situations where it may provide you with a further opportunity to increase your profits.
We will also discuss any current offers from bookmakers which might present a favourable situation for overlaying or underlaying.
If you’ve just gotten started with matched betting, you may have seen a few scare stories about people being denied lending for a mortgage due to their so-called ‘gambling’, or being forced into accepting higher interest repayment rates.
In this article, we will take a look at the main reasons why lenders do not like betting, the differences between matched betting and traditional betting, and provide you with a few key tips to help you get a mortgage while continuing your matched betting – either casually or full-time.
Don’t worry – just follow these steps and you’ll have no problems!