Betting Bounty Training Videos
Betting Bounty Principles (OddsChecker)
Betting Bounty Principles (Split Markets)
Weight Of Money in Profitable Trades
Betting Bounty Principles (Losing Trades)
We recommend a minimum bankroll of £1200. This will allow you to place bets at £100, with a maximum risk of around £40. If you’d like to use a bigger bankroll then please divide it by 12 to get your stake size.
How Betting Bounty Works
You are now part of a small group of bettors who are going to be able to make mathematically guaranteed long-term profits from the bookies.
We’re taking advantage of a phenomenon that happens in the UK when the on-course bookmakers start taking bets around ten minutes before the race goes off.
At this moment, because the on-course bookmakers don’t have any liabilities, the odds on the selections we send you will increase and all the online bookmakers will have to increase their odds to match.
We take this two minute opportunity to place a back bet on Betfair.
As the race start time gets closer, the market will correct itself and the odds on this runner will drop. Two minutes before the race starts we can then place a lay bet at lower odds to lock in a risk-free bet.
A risk-free bet means that if our selection wins we make a profit, if our selection loses we don’t lose anything.
So… every morning we will send you an email that contains the selections for the day. You then need to follow these steps:
1) Open Betfair 10 minutes before the race starts.
2) Place a back bet on the selection 8 minutes before the race begins.
3)Place a lay bet, using the same stake size as your back bet, as soon as profit is available. We can get ahead of the market by counting down 3 ticks and submitting the lay bet immediately after the back bet.
It’s that simple.
We get our risk-free bet 70% of the time and our selection wins 30% of the time.
On the occasions where the odds go higher instead of lower, we will make a small loss on our selection if it wins.
For the risk averse we recommend you use the Cash Out button at the top of Betfair’s race markets to spread this loss over every runner and make a smaller loss whatever happens. However, as the horse has drifted it has a lower chance of winning. Some of these horses will, of course, win, but the losses will be outweighed by the winners. Usually, at around a 5 tick loss is when it’s time to get out of the trade and stand the loss.
Now, while we suggest placing your bets at 8 mins and 2 mins before the off, and this works very well, you can improve your results by watching OddsChecker for the moment when the on-course bookmakers open their markets. You can see a video example of this in your members area.
The selections we send are derived using market analysis. This is a combination that uses WOM (weight of money) from the overnight and early morning markets. Combine this with a logical approach to understanding market reactions, information that is readily available to the public, and we aim to predict horses that are likely to be backed on course. Bookmakers have to come into line with prices available on the course within 10 minutes before the off, and this is the phenomena that we take advantage of. The first show as it’s called is to enable the bookies to come into line with each other as determined by the Starting Price Regulatory Commission.
Using odds checker we are looking for the general price that has been available in the hours leading up to the start of the race. This price will generally be over bet as punters follow the favourite more so as a general rule. The liabilities of the online bookies will determine this shortening as they correct their books. The on course bookies do not have the same liabilities as the online ones, and in order to attract business they can afford to push the price out. As the on course punters pile in, the price then contracts to where it was before they opened on-course. Betfair then, as a rule, will follow the market trend.
We profit by jumping on our selections when the on-course bookmakers have opened, and the price has drifted out. We then wait for them to drop back down as the on-course price drops and the market reduces back to where it was before.
Don’t worry, you can see an example of this happening in the video in your members area, and if you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Because this strategy is so low risk you can use £25 stakes with a £300 bankroll or £50 stakes with a £600 bankroll.
On the occasions where the odds go higher instead of lower, we will make a small loss on our selection if it wins. We recommend you use the Cash Out button at the top of Betfair’s race markets to spread this loss over every runner and make a smaller loss whatever happens. We will make this back ten-fold on our winners
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