Very often. Both back and lay odds can and often do change quickly. Especially just before a horse race is off.So I was on oddschecker on Profit Accumulator when I noticed there was a match up with a rating of around 120. The back odds were much higher the the lay. Puting it into the calculator it said a guaranteed profit. By the time I spent messing around trying to get in to those accounts (10) mins it was no longer there on oddschecker.
I guess the lay odds must have changed? Does this kind of thing happen often?
Hi, sorry for being the stupid one, but how do you have odds on bingo what sort of offers does this work with...MaxBOB is Best odds bingo...risk free and high chance of winning.
Mecca have made a lot of changes to it in the last week so nowhere near as profitable. Might be worth a look still
it's not MB. it's bingo as you know it with a small number of players and a refund if you don't win. They've taken way the high paying rooms so there is now an element of risk (if you win less than you have staked)Hi, sorry for being the stupid one, but how do you have odds on bingo what sort of offers does this work with...Max
Interesting, thanks. Yeah it seemed a little too good to be true.Hi, @thefraz, Anything over 100 ratings is known as an 'arb' and is best avoided if you want to keep the bookie account as they do not like it, unsurprisingly.
Only time it is really okay to do bets where the lay odds are lower is on price boosts. They may crop up on horses just before the race but I do not really do them, so cannot comment on that aspect fairly.
Once you are 'gubbed' by a bookie you can look at 'arbing' then but they will reduce your stake limits quite quickly AND some bookies you MAY get 'ungubbed' in the future, so still need to take care (ladbrokes being one of them).
Hi @ted many thanks for your reply and explaining the B.O.B. I'll have to check these out at some point...Regards..MAXit's not MB. it's bingo as you know it with a small number of players and a refund if you don't win. They've taken way the high paying rooms so there is now an element of risk (if you win less than you have staked)
Hi @Knopfler do I take it that the bookies know the lay odds too, why would they drop the odds lower than the exchange sites if they Know this !!