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  • Willie
    Post count: 53

    Hey Guys,

    I have created a TOPIC so that we can share ideas on a weekly strategy.

    AS matched bettors we are always looking to make a guaranteed profit off every trade.

    Luckily with all these risk-free offers around, its quite easy to do 🙂

    This has been my weekly strategy for the last 6 weeks:


    Monday -Friday: Bank the daily risk-free offer.. make $15+ a day = $75


    Mon-fri: do at least one race a day with close odds.
    Average 2 refunds a week so profit $70 a week with sportsbet.


    Neds, Sportsbet, Beteasy and some Pointsbet – have been averaging around $200 profit per weekend here.

    Just find good odds here.

    Weekly profit: =$75+$70+$200 (average) = $345.00 for about 4-5 hours a week.

    I have only been doing horses and 1 x EPL offer.

    Does anyone else have a better strategy for me to follow?

    I would like to up the ante and spend more time doing matched betting every weekend!

    Anyway, any ideas/thoughts would be wonderful! :))


    Richard (MBA)
    Post count: 242

    ^^^ So true! Horses especially can be good during the week as most sports are taking place on weekends. Plus a few AFL and NRL offers will add to that!

    Post count: 53

    Thanks Richard!

    Horse were ok today to be honest.

    Only did a few offers.

    Anyway, lets wait for Saturday! 🙂


    Post count: 53

    Hi Guys,

    Did anyone do the risk-free offer at Wyong Race 3 with Neds today?

    Whats the strategy for this weekend for everyone?

    Would love to know your thoughts!

    Cheers guys

    Richard (MBA)
    Post count: 242

    SNR high odds horse mate!

    Todays been an ok day for horses! The nice thing being that most bookies have offers at the same courses so been doubling down a bit, although not always easy trying to find 2 or 3 horses in a race.

    Hope everyone is having a great weekend!


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