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The Week that Was

The NBA is back and with it comes an increase in profit numbers for the week just gone.

Along with the continued spring carnival of Horse Racing, we now have two sports I’ll be focusing on for the next little while.

Many of you may still be trying your luck on Soccer, NFL and greyhounds where there are still many promotional offers available throughout the week.

Horse Racing

Finally! After numerous attempts each of the past few weekends, I managed to pick the correct horse in one of the available races for Ladbrokes’ 1st and 2nd payout promotion. In Race 2 at Caulfield, Yulong January led the majority of the straight before being overtaken and beaten by the favourite Ranier. How much (if any) Yulong January was hampered by the pestering riderless horse in Brickdrop is up for debate but regardless, I certainly wasn’t complaining having picked up a very handy $180 on that race alone.

Outside of that, it was another reasonably profitable week of horse racing with major meets on Wednesday, Friday night and Saturday giving us plenty of opportunities to maximise our profits.


Although the NBA season is providing plenty of profitable opportunities, it is also providing quite a bit of angst and frustration.

Although there have been 1-2 games each day that have qualifying for various offers, especially Sportsbet’s 14 up promo, it’s really difficult to tip which ones these are going to be when you look at the slate of games scheduled for that day.

This means it really requires some serious luck, as well as knowledge, to gain maximum profit. Of course, it’s also a lot easier if your yet to be promo banned by Pointsbet and their 10 point early payout offer.

My Weekly Matched Betting Profits

My profits for the week ended up at $571.42, a considerable increase on the last couple of weeks.

If you were able to take advantage and be successful on each basketball game then you could have easily pushed up towards $1000. Hopefully my personal profits can increase again this week with some more luck on the basketball!

This article was written by_ Peter 'O Keefe