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Arbing without a Hedge: The Insanity of Betting Variance

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

Maximising Profits in Sports Arbitrage 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 … Read moreMaximising Profits – How to Improve Your Turnover

Sports Arbitrage Risks

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

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

Affiliate deals – Pinnacle & Rebel Betting

Today I would like to announce that I decided to partner with two great betting companies and to promote their products via an affiliate deal. These are my favorite bookmaker Pinnacle as well as the arbitrage software vendor RebelBetting. Pinnacle Pinnacle is a low-margin high-odds bookmaker that will never limit you. They are a must-have … Read moreAffiliate deals – Pinnacle & Rebel Betting

Bookie Clones: Why Some Bookies Share The Same Odds?

This article is on the topic of sports arbitrage and specifically arb alert services. You can read more on the concept of sports arbitrage and how to make bookies your personal cash cows here: 1, 2, 3.   Bookie Clones   Today I wanted to cover a problem for arbers that I have encountered many times during the … Read moreBookie Clones: Why Some Bookies Share The Same Odds?

Odds Shopping: Betting Brokers

Odds shopping and the need for bookmaker access In this article I will write about utilizing betting brokers to make use of the best odds available on the market. I have written before about the importance of securing the best odds when pursuing any betting strategy aka Odds Shopping. This is a point very often neglected … Read moreOdds Shopping: Betting Brokers

Device Identity And How to Protect Your Privacy From the Bookies

Today I would like to talk a bit about the topics of device identity and device fingerprinting. You have probably already read my two articles (1, 2) on precautions to be taken when arbing as to avoid getting limited by the bookmakers too fast. So you already know that bookmakers are profiling you according to … Read moreDevice Identity And How to Protect Your Privacy From the Bookies

Sports Arbitrage: How to Stay Under the Radar

  How to stay under the bookie’s radar You have probably already read my introductory article to the concept of sports arbitrage. So you already know there is a risk of an arbitrage going wrong and also that bookmakers eventually close arbing accounts. In this article I want to talk a bit more on how … Read moreSports Arbitrage: How to Stay Under the Radar

Sharp and Soft Bookies – Who is Who

Sharp or Soft In my articles sometimes I talk about sharp and soft bookmakers. This is important concept in the world of gambling but it might be confusing for some novice bettors. Here I shortly explain what it is all about. The soft bookmakers are bookies that are in general bad in determining the correct … Read moreSharp and Soft Bookies – Who is Who