Right me and are both going to start with match betting.
Between us, we'll have a float of about £1000. We're just toying with the idea, would it be better to both put it together and one complete a lot of the new bookies offers with a decent float then swap over when it's done, or.. both start with £500 each?
What do you think?
I'd personally be inclined to start of with one fund of £1000 and then when the 'easier' offers have been done open up the second pot.
It's just a personal opinion though, aside for having a bigger initial float, there is less hassle transfering between 2 banks, 2 moneybookers 2 separate e-mails etc.
Well what we though was having 1k to start with, it would be easier to go through some of the higher SNR bets and then when the times come where the majority of the bookies offers are complete, moving over with quite a healthy float it should be quite easy!
The more capital you have, the more you can make and the easier it is to make it.
Its probably better to do all one at a time, one after the other, as you will have less exposure to one place at once.
Make sure you are meeting all T&Cs and both parties (you didnt say who you were going with on this) are entitled to the freebets/offers. If you both have £s in the same site at once and they discover you were not entitled to having the offer, both accounts may find themselves with nothing.
Have a plan and stick to it
We're going to do it one after the other, a lot better that way. We don't live together or use the same IP, so we're fine
Originally Posted by Andy