Restarting Matched Betting

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I am looking at restarting matched betting in the next couple of weeks. I did matched betting early last year but life got in the way and I needed to use the money for unexpected bills and was never in a position to get a bank built back up and start again. I am now in a position to start again. I will mostly be looking at reloads as I know I completed a lot of the beginner offers on PA and I already have accounts with a lot of the bookies but will probably still have a few beginner and advanced sign ups to take advantage of.

I am looking at having a starting bank roll of 150-200 is this enough to get started on reloads etc. I am also wanting to learn accas and horse refunds etc. Which is best to go with PA or OM? Is it possible to make £500-£1000 a month with just reloads etc?
 

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Hey [member=3106]Bexta140790[/member]

A starting bankroll of £150-£200 is MORE THAN enough for you to hit the ground running in terms of reloads.

In terms of Accas and Horse Refunds PA hold you hand with some fantastic software that basically spoon feed the accas to you, you just click and bet and can even setup email alerts which email you before you next leg is about to start and that you need to lay.

It's very simple to use and I make a good few hundred from accas alone each month and as i'm sure you know you can do them at anytime, it's not like regular reload offers where you have to wait for the bookie to run them.

in terms of horse refunds I still just stick to Saturday races but both Match Catcher and the Acca software are bundled together anyway
 

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That's great to know that there is software to help with accas and horse refunds. Can't wait to get started again!
 

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Bexta140790 said:
That's great to know that there is software to help with accas and horse refunds. Can't wait to get started again!
 

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As [member=1]Jon[/member] said your bankroll is definitely great to start out again!

best of luck to you!
 

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A lot of the bookies offer accas up to 50 quid, but you can alter the acca to say 20 quid cos you would need quite a bit in the exchange to do 50 quid accas
 

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I am trying to get ultimatcher set up but i m having problems. I had a great spreadsheet that i loved last time round but i now cant find the one i used, so thought i would try ultimatcher. It keeps saying macros are not enabled but then when i click enable i just get a load of pages open up and im not sure whats happening.
 

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Have you downloaded the right version of ultimatched for the right version of ms offfice you are using?

http://blog.themoneyshed.co.uk/ultimatcher-beginners-guide/
 

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Yeah I did. I am using the free version of excel though which I see can cause a problem with not allowing macros. Have found the spreadsheet I used to use abyways so going to stick with what I know for now.