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Tag: betting exchanges

Premier League Preview 2017/18

I am glad to present you another article by Sam Shan. Here are his thoughts and insight to Premierleague Outrights.

“Well it’s that time of year again. With the new season about to kick off, it’s time to look at the Premier League futures markets. All of the usual suspects have had a busy summer and I for one cannot wait to see how the season plays out. Read More

The definitive guide to Betting Exchanges

About the author: This is another book from Racing Post Expert Series. In the past I already previewed one book from Racing Post – The definitive guide to betting on football by Kevin Pullein. Current book has 7 contributors like Paul Kealy (specialising in boxing, golf, snooker and tennis), Bruce Millington (Sports Editor of Racing Post and regarded as one of the foremost sports betting experts in Britain), Kevin Pullein (football specialist) and others. Read More

Fixed game or fake market?

Many times when odds are dropping big time, most people think it is a fixed game or very likely winner. Today we have a perfect example, but only after the game, we can make some conclusions. At the moment I can give my analyses of possible scenarios.
So, 2 Latvian “superpowers” clash tonight in a breathtaking game with probably 27 people watching in the stadium, but a couple of thousand betting on this game and trying to predict the outcome. Read More

The definitive guide to betting on football by Kevin Pullein

This is one of the books from Racing Post Expert Series. For non-British readers, Racing Post might not ring the bell. Racing Post is the biggest British print and online newspaper about betting founded in 1986. Even though horse and greyhound racing take the lion’s share, football is not forgotten here too.
Having lived in the UK for a couple of years, I still remember every August I was looking forward to 100+ pages issue about all British leagues: analyzes and tips for the upcoming season. Read More

Matchbook – betting exchange worth having in your portfolio

Let me introduce you another betting exchange – Matchbook.
It is not as popular as Betfair but has its own advantages and worth checking.
I tried to use it 3-4 years ago and wasn’t impressed. The biggest problem was to trade out your bets because of lack of liquidity. Liquidity means – that someone needs to match your bets. For example, if you are asking for 1.9 on game X, but there are no takers of your bets, it is just waste of time. Betting exchange in order to operate smoothly needs customers who are active.
But let’s speak about today. If you are betting on Top leagues you can give a try for sure. At the moment there is more liquidity to place bets at high prices or trade before or during the game. Read More

Betfair – kings of betting exchanges

Betfair was founded in 2000 by Andrew Black and Edward Wray and it was a genius idea. Betfair is the world’s largest betting exchange.

In 2016 Betfair merged with Paddy Power and formed Betfair Paddy Power. Betfair also has Sportsbook which is usual bookmaker with a big margin. You can compare prices yourself, which one is for you – Exchange or Sportsbook. I have no doubts in most cases Exchanges will kick average Sportsbook’s ass. Read More

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