Unless the numbers being bet are round numbers, it will look incredibly obvious to a bookie and could get you gubbed, remember any data you can see, they'll also be able to see and probably have automatic processing of. If you're using an already gubbed account it wouldn't be as bad but could...
Ugh, messed up a lay on smarkets earlier and ended up overlaying by 60p, decided not to worry as it was a 15/1 and I was feeling lazy. Ended up winning so cost me about £10, whoops.
Update: Apparently I should have actually checked PP first, there was a horse dropped out and apparently the...
So after clearing stage 3 (£1250 for £30) I've decided to leave it there, total profit was about £15 but that was for £2300 wagering on roulette. I started at £50 and never once dropped below £35, although I could have had the same profit after the first (£300 for £10 stage).
Is anyone doing the Paddy Power roulette offer, tiered bonus of up to £4300 wager for £100 bonus. I've done the first tier so far, £300 for £10 bonus and made £16, not sure how far I want to go but started at £50 and never even dropped below £40.
I got very very lucky, made about £10 from qualifying so went into the £5 a hand, 1st hand was a Blackjack, second hand was a doubled win and 3rd hand was 2 split wins, 1/2 way through the WR and up £25 from the bonus.
Looks like no-one replied to this, a lot of bookies have this sort of thing, often called a best odds guarantee. It's better to treat it as a bonus if it does happen, rather than search for them, they happen sometimes when going for horse racing refunds.
In almost all cases a bookie will insist on returning the amount that was deposited from a method, to the original method, before you can withdraw somewhere else.
Deposit £100 card X
Deposit £200 card Y
If you wanted to withdraw £400 it would be £100 to card X, £200 to card Y, then £100 to...