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  1. ted

    Worth doing the wager X get 5 spins

    Thanks for posting this. If you have a referral code for the site post it and I'll sign up. Will be doing a few of the offers
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Cheers for posting this. I got the email and decided to sign up until Cheltenhams done. Always thought the £17.99 was too much but the 0% will help that
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    PA or not to pay?

    I'm interested in this too. I don't subscribe to any of the sites but my 0% introductory offer to Matchbook has just finished. Wondering if the 0% Matchbook/OM deal is just for new users to Matchbook? Betdaq one says you need to be new user. *can't access above link as open to premium users only.
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    You suggest what the lay price should be and how much you will spend on it and it's up to other users if they want to take your offer. I don't have any experience of it so can't recommend or not.
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    Linked Bookies

    Thank you very much for posting that. Better than the list I had seen! Helps a lot
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    Linked Bookies

    A friend will be starting to do new account offers in the lead up to Cheltenham festival. I think to give the accounts a bit of longer lasting life it would be best to not be opening all the accounts at the exact same time and try to build a bit of a profile with the important ones. Especially...
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Whats the Betfair one for? If it's the for the offer from last nights Liverpool game, you need 2 or more selections (accumulator), I might be wrong but think if its from the horse racing offer, they can only be used on horse racing? In any case you just enter your free bet stake and make sure...
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Smarkets allows lower lay bets I'm sure if you are determined to lay them
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    Newbie!

    Yep, those 2 sites teach you the basics. Videos, options of 1 on 1 chats with experts etc. The more money you can start with the more you can be doing. But honestly I'd start off with 50 -100 and do 1 offer at a time in the beginning
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    Getting started...... Again. Help appreciated.

    Have a nosy at this page - https://www.punterslounge.com/tips/free-horse-racing-tips At the side panel they have 83 bookies listed. I'm not saying use their offers as there may well be better but it gives you an idea of what's out there.
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    Newbie!

    And keep using this forum. ;) I'm fairly low income. This site has boosted that considerably though.
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    Newbie!

    I would recommend taking a free trial at either Oddsmonkey or Profit Accumulator. Its hard to understand in the beginning but with minimal research gets easier. Just start slow and it comes. Re. losing money. You can but it depends on the risk you are willing to take. If you don't want to...
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Haha great episode. Has anyone had any experiences with betregal? came across their site but the name rings a bell and I've a feeling it's for the wrong reasons.
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Ungubbing. Not personally but Jon has posted about some sites doing this, I would like Coral back but the others I've just withdrawn and abandoned. Gubbed at McBookie, Racebets, Skybet, Coral/LB, Betway, Moplay, Genting, 888. McBookie I can see why I was gubbed - close matches, very random...
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    There are so many bookies out there that you can just kind of move on to the next ones. They can still come down on you yep. I think different bookies have different lines in the sand of when they will gub you. Picking one out of thin air, Sportpesa - aside from their offers there is...
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Re. this part, I don't think there is a definite answer. A very basic answer is if you only use a site like Betway for the offers, they will gub you. There are either workers or software at bookies that look at your betting patterns. Mug bets would be things that aren't suspicious, aren't...
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    I lasted a while with Betway but by all accounts they are one of the ones most likely to get you eventually. The mug betting is important. Need to have a proper think about my way forward with that as lost too many accounts this year.
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Yep, there is a much more straight forward sportsbook there too but spreadbetting is the site's main purpose.
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    [OT] Discussion about Matched Betting II {Beginners Guide in 1st Post}

    Has anyone used Spreadex? There are offers but I would need to read up on it as the terminology of it all doesn't seem as straight forward as back/lay. Just wondering if that would be worthwhile
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    What old Internet things do you miss?

    MSN Messenger. I maintain a couple of friendships with people from abroad who I'd swapped MSN addresses with and kept in contact from 2002 or so. Social media made it all a lot easier.