The Church of Betting

Mixing Arbitrage and Value Betting

If you aren’t new to this blog, by now you are probably well aware of the betting strategies called Sports Arbitrage and Value Betting. Both are potentially profitable strategies, each with its own level of potential return, volatility and risks to be aware of. At one time you have probably found yourself wondering which of … Read moreMixing Arbitrage and Value Betting

RebelBetting Review

After posting a review of BetBurger, the list wouldn’t be complete without writing one for RebelBetting as well. It only makes sense to offer a few options to the aspiring arber to compare and make an informed choice. There are a few reasons for which I believe a review of RebelBetting is due. For one, … Read moreRebelBetting Review

The 5 Hottest Sports Betting Trends in 2019

Today I want to talk to you about the 5 sports betting trends, which in my opinion will shake the world of sports betting in 2019. These are all topics that, in my opinion, every serious and forward-thinking punter should at least be aware of in order to stay ahead of the pack. I will … Read moreThe 5 Hottest Sports Betting Trends in 2019

A Sharbing Story – Making Money Arbitraging At Betting Shops

Today we have with us none other than the professional sports bettor and entrepreneur Sam Priestley from SamPriestley.com (a.k.a. The Arbing Blog). Sam has some excellent betting articles on his experiences matched betting and arbing, but also regularly reports on his other businesses, like his successful table tennis brand and a promising gin-making start-up. Today … Read moreA Sharbing Story – Making Money Arbitraging At Betting Shops

“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Successful Punter’s Habits (Part 4)

And here comes the fourth and last article of the series “Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3). Today we are going to dive into the successful punter’s habits. It has surely taken a while to get it all out, so my apologies go to anyone who was wishing … Read more“Thinking, Fast and Slow”: Lessons for Punters – Successful Punter’s Habits (Part 4)

Arbing without a Hedge: The Insanity of Betting Variance

Statistics

The question whether it wouldn’t be better to skip hedging in Sports Arbitrage has been asked before. Covering your arb in a sharp book is a sort of an insurance premium. You sacrifice the money you are going to lose in the sharp books in order to have a stable and predictable profit from each … Read moreArbing without a Hedge: The Insanity of Betting Variance

Maximising Profits – How to Improve Your Turnover

So you are already up and running. You got familiar with the main risks and pitfalls and even managed to score a few profitable arbs without getting limited (yet). It is time to think about maximising profits with the capital you have available. Your arbing profit is in reality your employed capital times your arbing returns. … Read moreMaximising Profits – How to Improve Your Turnover

Sports Arbitrage Risks

Don't Panic

I hope you liked my latest article on how to get started with Sports Arbitrage. As I wrote I am currently working on a free Sports Arbitrage guide and am going through the few relevant topics I haven’t covered yet in the blog. So I found out I still haven’t got through the important Sports Arbitrage … Read moreSports Arbitrage Risks

Sports Arbitrage: Getting Started

Getting Started with Sports Arbitrage

I figured out it has been long since I have last written about Sports Arbitrage and I wanted to correct that. This week I want to give you some information on getting started with Sports Arbitrage and what are the tools you are going to need. The article will link back to some of my … Read moreSports Arbitrage: Getting Started