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Arbitrage and sure bets

For beginner bettors, this article will introduce concepts of arbitrage and sure bets. Arbitrage or arbitrage in sports betting is to bet on all possible outcomes of a game in order to make profit regardless of the outcome. The betting is done at the highest prices of the market, of course obtained from different bookmakers. This possibility coming from different lines that bookmakers may have at one time on the same event. Of course that every bookmaker’s odds ensure his profit, regardless of the outcome, but combined they can make a profit rate for the bettor also.

How to explain the emergence of sure bets?

There are dozens of major online bookmakers. Their initial prices (early odds) are based on anticipated money flows for different outcome, rather than the actual chances of a particular score.

It can be anticipated such as in a game of England, English fans will bet – at the British bookmakers – the victory of their favorites more than do the bettors from other countries. As a result the UK odds will fall to the British bookies, because all the bookmakers adjusted down the most bet odds (this allows them to maintain a balance and would ensure a profit regardless the outcome of the match). At national leagues also, the “local” bookmakers prices are sometimes quite different from other bookmakers.

How often this occurs, sure bets? You can earn money this way?

Situations with a profit of 1% occur very frequently, hundreds or thousands of times per day. Sure arbitrage over 5% are more rare (and lasts much less), but there are traders who make this kind of operation. There are also companies that scan odds of dozens of agencies and signals the sure bets on a subscription basis. This is not a casual work, there are many factors to be taken into account (betting limits, delay in placing a bet, withdrawal fees, etc.).. There are risks to be assumed, where the money rolling with a relatively low yield.

Source by Mihai Opris

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