Soccer Betting Tips – For Serious Money Maker Only!

If you’re a soccer bettor who’s serious about making money, it is natural to look for the best soccer betting tips. You will find a lot of information about that on the internet that gives you the basic soccer betting tips. These tips are quite elementary, and therefore you will need more sophisticated tips to ensure that you are able to consistently make money through soccer gambling. Here are a few things that are worth considering –

Research online

This is fast emerging to become the favorite especially among the beginners. You can leverage the power of the internet as you can get lots of tips, statistics and updates from espn.com as an example and keep yourself informed at all times.

Besides, actively participate in some soccer betting forums will definitely help you widen your horizon because you can find many experienced bettors inside who can give you lots of precious ideas on betting on which team. These people can sometimes give much detailed analysis and accurate picks than the so-called soccer experts you saw on the tv.

Reducing risk by betting at halftime

This is especially valid for beginners with poor knowledge of soccer or those who do not want to risk too much. Your return will be less if you bet at the halftime, but in this case you are more likely to make money, though slowly, as you can see the progress of the match in better light.

Considering the draw

This is an often overlooked option because it doesn’t sound as exotic as a winner. However, you will be surprised at how many times you can make a good amount of money through much reduced risk by this method. Therefore you can get some really favorable odds from this method.

The above tips are the next step in betting, as compared to the various elementary tips that beginners need. These should help you improve your chances of success and help you make more money. However, if you really want to make consistent money at all times, then you will definitely need the help of a proven success soccer betting expert who is willing to tell you his winning formula and system.

Matched Betting for Absolute Beginners

Matched Betting Guide

Matched betting is the term given to the process of extracting guaranteed profit from the bonuses offered by online bookmakers. For example, at the time of writing this article, Skybet are offering £20 if you sign up and stake £5. The ‘qualifying bet’ of £5 is then followed up by placing the ‘free bet’ of £20. By ‘matching’ both of these bets at a betting exchange (Betfair), we can guarantee to extract a profit. At the time of writing this article, there are over £715 worth of offers from UK Bookmakers.

The matching process is simply placing two separate bets. The first one is what is known as a ‘back’ bet. This is placed at Skybet. The second is known as a ‘lay’ bet. This is placed at Betfair. This process involves no gambling because we are covering all outcomes.

Both the ‘back’ and the ‘lay’ are placed on the same game and on the same outcome. For example, the ‘back’ is placed on Southampton to win at odds of 2.1 (only use decimal odds, not fractional odds). The ‘lay’ is also placed on Southampton. By backing Southampton, we are betting that they will ‘win’. By ‘laying’ Southampton, we are betting that they will ‘not win’. The ‘back’ and the ‘lay’ cancel each other out.

Qualifier

Let’s have a look at a practical example of a qualifying bet (from here referred to as a ‘Qualifier’. We will take the Southampton v Swansea game in the English Premier League:

Back:

  • Back Southampton with a stake of £5
  • Odds of 2.1

Lay:

  • Lay Southampton with a stake of £5.02
  • Odds of 2.14

The reason why we stake a little bit more on the ‘lay’ side is because Betfair charges a commission of 5% on any winnings, so that has to be taken into account. Don’t worry too much about the maths just now.

Result of the Qualifier:

If Southampton win:

  • We would win £10.50 at Skybet
  • We would lose £5.73 at Betfair

Because £5 of the Skybet winnings was our initial stake, our profit at Skybet is £5.50, so:

  • £5.50 – £5.73 = – £0.23

If Southampton draw:

  • We would lose £5 at Skybet
  • We would win £4.77 at Betfair

So again, we’ve lost 23 pence:

  • £4.77 – £5 = – £0.23

If Southampton lose:

  • We would lose £5 at Skybet
  • We would win £4.77 at Betfair

So again, we’ve lost 23 pence:

  • £4.77 – £5 = – £0.23

So whatever happens in the Southampton game, regardless of the result, we’ve lost 23 pence on the Qualifier. However, we have unlocked a £20 bonus.

Free Bet

We now have a £20 in our Skybet account as a bonus. This part is slightly more tricky. Here is an example of how we would use the matching process to extract the profit:

Let’s take Southport v Grimsby

Back:

  • Back Southport to win with your £20
  • Odds of 6.5

Lay:

  • Lay Southport with a stake of £19.26
  • Odds of 6.8

Result of the Free Bet:

If Southport win:

  • We would win £130 at Skybet
  • We would lose £111.70 at Betfair

Because it was a free bonus, £130 is pure profit, so:

  • £130 – £111.70 = £18.30

If Southport draw:

  • We would lose £0 at Skybet (because it was a free bonus)
  • We would win £18.30 at Betfair

So again, we’ve won £18.30

If Southport lose:

  • We would lose £0 at Skybet (because it was a free bonus)
  • We would win £18.30 at Betfair

So again, we’ve won £18.30

So whatever happens in the Southport game, regardless of the result, we’ve won £18.30 by covering all possible outcomes of the game.

Here are the results of both our ‘Qualifier’ and our ‘Free Bet’:

  • Qualifier = – £0.23
  • Free bet = £18.30
  • Total profit: £18.30 -£0.23 = £18.07

That means you have made a profit of £18.07 without risking a penny.

Betfair Espionage Review

Can you really beat the bookies at their own game with the Betfair Espionage system? Kris Jackman, the owner of this horse betting system, claims that he has been able to make more than £2,000 minimum every day using the methods he reveals in this new guide. It got me really curious to find out more about what he was doing, but I was also concerned about how much time he was spending to make the type of income he talks about.

1. Is the Betfair Espionage System Worth Using?

Even though I have seen several horse betting strategies that could make money, many of them simply consumed too much time to use, and the profits earned was not worth spending the time to earn it. This system by Kris Jackman focuses on the trading aspect on betting exchanges rather than straight backing and laying methods.

This has proven to be much more profitable and less risky, consistently generating me profit every week. Having tested it over several weeks, I have managed to increase my betting capital every week even though not every day was profitable. It also took a reasonable amount of time to find selections which made it well worth the time to use.

2. What is the Betfair Espionage System by Kris Jackman All About?

His method is about finding horse selections and making trades on them based on analysis that helps predict reliably their price odds movement in the short term. Even though I had thought I knew a lot about trading on a betting exchange already, Kris has revealed many more surprising facts and secrets of Betfair trading that most never knew or thought about before.

3. How Much Knowledge Do You Need to Have Before You Can Profit Using Betfair Espionage?

The first few sections of the guide is catered to complete novices as it explains everything about bet trading in detail. Even though experienced punters may feel that they can skip this part, I would highly recommend all users to read Kris’s perspective on betting trading as it has been very helpful for me.

Stu Ungar – Gambler, Addict, Loser, Legend

If you chance upon a cluster of people at a party chitchatting about great poker players, there would be no doubt that you would hear the name Stu Ungar come up at least once. There are a lot of people in the poker world who actually consider Stu Ungar the greatest poker player of all time – second to none. Of course there would be those who would contest that but the greater majority would agree that Stu Ungar was one of a kind.

Born in September 8, 1953 as Stuart Errol Ungar, he was nicknamed “The Kid.” He was born to Jewish parents in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Though Stu is most known for being a poker player, he actually started out playing gin rummy. His skills were such that at the age of ten, he won a local tournament. Four years later, he was already one of the best gin rummy players in New York. As his father had died in 1968, he dropped out of school to focus on playing at gin rummy tournaments to help support his family.

Stu’s genius in gin rummy proved to be too much for his opponents. Eventually, no one would want to play with him anymore as he beat them too badly. He soon moved Las Vegas and proceeded to make his reputation in gin rummy there as well. After a while, the same situation evolved – no one would set up a match with him as he would just grind them to pieces. That was when he channeled his attention to poker.

In 1980, Stu made a name for himself in poker when he beat Doyle Brunson, a poker legend by his own rights, at the World Series of Poker. Stu is the only poker player to have won both the WSOP title and the Super Bowl of Poker three times! In fact, by the time he was 25 years old, Stu had won the WSOP twice already. He earned his last title in 1997 when he played at the WSOP for the last time.

Stu was not only into gin rummy and poker but was a great blackjack player as well. This could be attributed to the fact that he had a very high IQ – a genius, that is – and he had a photographic memory as well. This served him well in card counting and he was eventually barred from a lot of casinos because of this skill.

Not all was rosy in Stu’s life, though. He was known for his drug abuse and troubled marriage. In those days, professional poker players were not known for their polite behavior as well. Stu was quite well known for dealer abuse. This poker great’s life ended in 1998 when his body was found at the Oasis Hotel. Autopsies recorded that he had drugs in his system though they were not indicated as the main cause of death. However, records showed that the heart failure that killed him was a result of years of drug abuse.

I think the best thing to remember Stu by would be one of his quotes: “Some day, I suppose it’s possible for someone to be a better no limit hold ’em player than me. I doubt it, but it could happen. But, I swear to you, I don’t see how anyone could ever play gin better than me.”