Beginner questions - mug betting etc.

woody

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Hi all, I have done the free offers on PA and OM and would like to ask your help before signing up proper. I prefer OM so will probably sign up with them, do they offer advice regarding mug betting and keeping your accounts open?
I've been reading up about mug betting and was wondering how you all went about it. Is the advice about placing 2 or 3 mug bets per offer sound? How often do you mug bet at one bookies? How do you keep track of where you've done your mug bets if you are signed up at lots of bookies? And finally should I start mug betting straight away?
Sorry for all the questions, I want to get this right from the beginning and not have any of my accounts restricted.
 

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Yes, odds monkey do have some information about mug betting. Also have a look at: http://matchedbetting.com/tutorial/mug-betting/

Don't worry about it too much. The best thing is to try and keep a pattern of what looks like normal behaviour. If you do footy offers with sunbet for example then its best to use any free bets they give you on another football match so you look like a regular football fan and not something obscure like Icelandic Hurling just because that has the best odds.

Don't do arbs. Its one of the main things the bookies look for.

If you have several free bets then perhaps do a real money bet alongside them, or if it takes three bets to qualify for a freebee then perhaps do four. But other than that you don't need to be wasting lots of money mugging.

I've only been going since October but haven't lost any accounts yet. I think placing small bets of £20 or under helps to stay under the radar. Yes, you won't maximise all the offers but a track record of only placing massive bets on every offer is likely to get you on the naughty list.
 

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Thank you [member=4564]homie[/member] for your advice :)