We often get asked how do you lay multiples on Betfair. unfortunately this is no longer possible. There used to be a ‘sort of’ back door method to laying multiples, but updates to the Betfair platform have seen an end to them. This may leave you dissapointed, but at least you have an answer to […]

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Asian Handicaps are a relatively new introduction into the world of gambling. They are termed “Asian Handicaps” as this method of handicapping originated in Indonesia. Asian Handicaps are typically applied to football matches, but can also be used on other sporting events. The reason for their application to football is the elimination of the draw, […]

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The Tote (Who offer Tote betting) is the only bookmakers in the UK who are allowed to offer what is known as ‘parimutuel’ betting. This term comes from the French, and means “mutual betting”. It differs from normal “odds” betting is that all bets are gathered together in a central pool. Once a “house percentage” […]

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Spread betting is a way of gambling where the closer a punter is to backing the precise result of a predicted event, the greater the amount of winnings. Conversely, the further away the punter is from getting the prediction right, the more they stand to lose. Associated with spread betting is “points spread betting” which […]

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When you bet on something, you are usually betting on it to win, or maybe place. Lay betting is the exact opposite of this. Instead of betting on a competitor to win, you are betting on the competitor to lose. This is known as “laying a bet”. If you bet on a horse to lose […]

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Handicap betting is where competitors within the field of an event are ‘handicapped’ to even out the entire field a little. Physically – in horse racing for example, horses that in the past have performed well will be given extra weight to carry in attempt to slow them down, allowing the lesser-performing horses more of […]

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Each way betting is two bets in one. It’s a bet to win, coupled with a bet to place. If you bet £5 “each way” on a horse that has odds of 4-1 to win, you’re betting £5 on the horse to win, and another £5 for it to place. If it places you receive […]

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How to get the most out of Betfair Exchange When you first join Betfair it can be a bit confusing as how to place bet as it does not follow the same platform as most standard bookies but you should not discount it at this point as there are also some fantastic benefits that you […]

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