Betdaq/Mate have this market.
Under 2 goals can be layed at 2.36, although there is a big gap down to 2.22 on the back side.
Also over 2 goals can be backed at 188bet at 1.72 if that helps.
Ouch best I can find for over 2 is at 10bet! Which means you took some poor odds.
Best to just take what you can find at Betmate or 188bet and take the small (I hope!) loss
Just seen the 188 myself, Pinnacle are also simillar (1.74).
Typical that when I make a mistake I manage to take some absolutely crap odds on it.
Luckily the stake is not massive so not a bank breaker, just frustrating!!
Funny thing is I dont expect there to be many goals in the game, but I am not going to risk it.
I know there are various threads about partner friendly sites, but I was wondering if anyone could give me a bit of advice.
My wife is keen to do some of the sportsbooks and casinos and I wanted to make sure we take advantage of the full welcome bonuses available.
As a rule of thumb where a sports book is partner friendly is the casino also partner friendly.
Also I was wondering if it's better to do the sports book bonus first before touching the casino bonuses at sites where they both exist.
Are Bwin usually this slow?
I've only ever bust out of Bwin before so this is my first withdrawal.
I uploaded my ID which has been accepted and withdrew on the 22nd and haven't got my money back to moneybookers yet. That seems a bit slow in comparison with all the other sites I've used
On the plus side withdrew £20 from the Stan James free chip offer and that took 3 minutes to arrive, WOW !!
Don't worry about it, you will get it. My first withdrawel took about 7 days, just BWin are slow on first withdrawels
They took 5 days when I had an account with them.. That was my first and last withdrawal. One bet, one winner, then gubbed!
Originally Posted by SteveSharpe
Wasn't worried particularly, just wondered should I be emailing and asking where it is?
Thanks for the replies guys
Hi everyone, wasn't sure where to post this question so ended up here.
I've noticed quite a few times when I've placed bets early in the day that by the time of kick off, in the evening, the odds have gone down. Now, I know that odds can fluctuate either way, but with football they never seem to move much and I've rarely seem them move up. Is this just coincidence or is it quite common?
I understand there's no definite answer on this, but I was considering leaving a couple of lays until quite late and taking the odds. I know this may end up costing me, but I just wondered if anyone does this or if it would be a silly move. I wouldn't do it with big money, probably max £50 bets. I thought it may be a helpful strategy when struggling to find close matches.
It is true that the favourites will often come down in odds as the match gets closer to kick off. However, they can also drift out and sometimes quite a bit.
I don't do this myself, but I know some people do take the risk.
Really it's whatever you feel most comfortable with.
Today I was watching the Man City odds and waiting for them to come in so that I could get a better match for the Will Hill Bogof. Will had them at 1.444 pretty much all day and they were around 1.54 at Betfair/Betmate.
They did come in, to about 1.51 and I just took those odds. Later, they came in more to about 1.47, then back out to 1.55, then back in to 1.51. Really you just can't tell what they will do.
By waiting, you are doing the same as taking the odds available and then punting £X on the back odds, hoping they come in so you can lay them later. Ask yourself "If I wasn't matched betting, would I just stick £20 on Man City at 1.55 hoping to lay them later at 1.48 for a £1 gain?"
Because basically, that is what you are doing.
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