Horse Racing In-play is a market on Betfair that has seen many lose their shirts on and the fast moving nature of it makes it a hard market to master. Therefore, strategies are quite thin on the ground. However, popular Betfair racing strategy used by many down the years is the “Double Or Nothing” strategy […]
An interesting question that I often get emailed to me is what size bank is required to trade Betfair with. The beauty of trading Betfair is that your bank could be as little as £10 if you liked since that is the minimum deposit available and it is not like other trading platforms that require […]
Knowing where the prices are expected to move to in-play is one of the first things that any in-play trader should try and learn. By having this knowledge you can then easily plan out your trades and measure your risk in advance. You are then less likely to be caught out by situations where you […]
This is a Guest Post by Paul Street an ex-Betfair trader who moved on to pastures new once the premium charge began to eat into his profits. Enjoy! My time on Betfair was an interesting one. I was fortunate enough to be there from the early (good) days when it was easy to make money […]
I was sitting having lunch recently with somebody who has a casual interest in currency trading but was fascinated to learn about the world of trading sports on the betting exchanges. Coming from a world where he felt the only way to get an edge on the markets was with “inside information” he asked me […]
As you can see, I pocketed a profit of £1 million for my days work yesterday. Not a bad day in the end and I only traded the ten races with my simple laying strategy that I can make available to you for the cheap sum of just £47 and you can become a betfair […]
This is a guest post from Steven Hall. Steve is a full time football trader and also the brains behind Dynamic Football Trading which is one of the best courses on in-play football trading that have been released to date. We have spoken before about “how to predict a draw in a football match” and […]
It is often said that the only way to find value in the Match Odds market of a football match is by backing The Draw. The theory being that hardly any “casual” punters like to back the draw and so bookmakers can afford to offer value on The Draw knowing it is not likely to be backed much.