When it's small amounts of commission the commission %age figure is often out because of rounding errors, nothing to worry about really - 5% of 10p is 0.5p but obviously when that's rounded up it's 1p, which is 10% of 10p, hence the 10% you see.I'm actually 1.90 down as one of the horses I used the above method for did actually win making me 10p, however I seem to be getting charged 10% commision on betfair, is that right?!
USA Indiana (US) 1st Jul / 22:45 R3 1m Mdn
Comm Charged 10% On Net winnings of GBP0.1
[quote=Cloverleaves;172672]The ladder looked absolutely terrifying when it was on MY screen, with MY money in the account! (And yet it looks so easy on the videos...) I was reminded of when I first started matched betting, and I practically had to be resuscitated after placing my first few (tiny!) bets, the adrenaline was running so high. How quickly we adapt. But I agree with a previous poster, I shall feel much more comfortable using this with a separate Betfair account - at least the worst that can happen here is I lose the £50, not what's in my other account.
Whatever you do just make sure you change the default stake buttons - I will try and write something about this and advertise it prominently. I personally have my stake buttons set to 0.5, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 with 2 as the default.
As Andy said it should be OK to keep it, certainly yes please withdraw it so you're at the same float as everyone else OR perhaps go into the casino where you can probably qualify for the casino bonus too (read t&c first though not sure how much you have to transfer / what max bonus is etc).Munk, I too got a RAF bonus (£25 for me). I've withdrawn it to bring my starting balance down to £50 to start. Do you think I'll get to keep the £25, or should I expect to have it withdrawn later?
Off to my Training Session! Good luck all.
YES @SERENA WINNING!!! (sorry watching wimbledon!)