Yeah actually I asked that week ago and they said no deal... too bad I heard that VC gives nice bonuses. I am quite busy with my school work, so slot-project will not start yet. And I have also one other big project, but I cant talk about it yet .
I played one CORAL.UK bonus more, there are a couple of more bonuses still to play for me: roulette bonus with 25x wager (that could be +ev?) , monthly bj bonus (too much work for me max depo 25£) and couple of slot bonuses...
-Casino signup bonus 25£ depo 5x D wager (I already played signup bj-bonus)
THIS MONTH: 1936€
After some research I made a decision to start a sportbook-project. I just read some basic strategy and made account for lay-bets at betfair and I am willing to start first bonus at sportsbet tomorrow. Any good tips? is betfair best option for laying bets?
Also quiet at casino front although I'm staking my friend for 1000€ (with ~20% commission) so I am expecting profit from there also.
For any market where the liquidity is going to be low you're best off with Betfair. ON the other hand for anything where there's going to be a lot of money sloshing around, think about using Betmate since the commission is only 3% compared to betfair's 5% (although you get reduction over time in commission at betfair depending on how much commission you pay).
Never hurts to have both anyway, 'just in case'. There's no intro offer for Betmate, but generally the 3% rate makes it worth having as a backup.
So I have to bet 188.15 at betfair and 200 at sportingbet.
If I win at betfair I get 78.75€ profit and same thing at sportingbet. Its good deal if I win at betfair, but if I win at sportingbet I still have to repeat this four times before waggering requirements are done. so after that it would be -EV, -14€ or something? Is there something I dont get or is it language barrier or something . I appreciate for help
I will try to help if i can but a few problems are i think we are using different terminology to describe the same thing, and also you are using some kind of calculator (I assume from MSE) which i dont have and would not advise you use. Well maybe to start it doesnt hurt. I will talk on the chatbox though now.
EDIT: I cant see you in the chatbox so i will do my best here, firstly that is not a very good odds match up, i value my time fairly highly so i dont spend hours searching but you can get better than that, for Example Barnsley in the English Championship are 2.1 vs 2.14 and i saw that in about three minutes looking. You want the odds to be as close together as possible, that is a function of your profit. To make more money find closer odds.
You would back the full amount at Sportingbet (200 Euros) on that which gives you if it wins +220 profit on the bet and a balance of 420 which is +320 overall as you only deposited 100 to start. So if it wins you are +320 but now need to bet again to withdraw anything.
At betfair "lay" - (which is clicking the purple box) an amount of 180 which has -205 liability. So you enter in the purple box 180 and submit it. Now if Barnsley do win you will lose 205ish at betfair but that wont matter to you as you have won 220 at Sportingbet so even though you need to bet again you are in effect being paid another 15 Euros to do that. OR if Barnsley dont win you have turned a 100 Sportingbet deposit into 180 Euros at betfair, so you made 80 Euros in one bet, well done, now on to the next one....
I just picked laying 180 out of the air, you could do 170 if you wanted, or 190, its up to you it is not an exact science. The more you lay at betfair though you increase your garunteed returns but lower your overall maximum returns, that is the trade off. This is just my opinion and how I do it, its the best way for me.