doesn't consist of some sophisticated betting system;
I simply take advantage
of the aggressive marketing strategy
many bookmakers and betting exchanges called FREE BETS
I'll describe it using Bet365 as an example:
has regular special promotions that double
the deposited amount
for sports fans: "100% bonus for you first deposit - up to £100" or "100% bonus - up to £50".
in particular also offers such promotions to its existing customers on a regular basis
(Almost all bookmakers frequently offer such promotions - check the bonus offers page
for current information).
A hobby bettor who knows sports should take full advantage of this bonus -
in the first case by depositing EXACTLY £100
. Still using Bet365
as an example, their
regulations specify that the bonus has to be turned over
at least 6x before the resulting
winnings can be paid out.
Therefore the trick is to simply achieve this
minimum turnover through 'relatively safe'
with low risk
and in small amounts
(not over £5); the only goal is to maintain the
total capital as far as possible. Once you earn the right to a payout, you will have made
a respectable profit of £100
As I mentioned before, such promotions, betting bonuses, free bets
are offered by nearly all bookmakers
some even repeatedly - so that a "full-coverage" network of betting accounts can add up to a tidy sum
While it may be true that this is not as lucrative as, say, turning £10 into a full £1000 within a
month by employing a sophisticated strategy, it is much safer
- and also entirely legal
Just consider it payback for the annoying continuous marketing strategy used by the bookmakers
(and to some extent for the sometimes low odds).
By the way: In cases where a bookmaker only grants a small bonus - say £5 - it's not unreasonable
to take a risk for a change. In such cases, I like to use one of the other
Have fun, and fight the establishment!