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Arbitrage betting:a good approach for gamblers

Updated on October 14, 2012
Arbitrage betting can give good results in horse-racing
Arbitrage betting can give good results in horse-racing | Source

Betting arbitrage involves placing bets on all possible results of a sporting event so that there is a guaranteed profit on the result. It works well on sporting events in which there are only two possible outcomes, for example tennis and boxing.

It is also known as scalping. Some people use arbitrage strategies as a means of generating a good regular income. Other people like arbitrage betting as a hobby with the bonus of making some extra money.

With arbitrage, you really can make money online at home on your computer if you take the time and make the effort to learn the strategy. When you are familiar with the theory of arbitrage betting, you can take advantage of it without losing money. Before you spend your money, learn the theory and principles of what arbitrage is and how it works and search online for ways to become successful at it. You can become a productive arbitrage better and make more money without paying taxes on it than some people do in well paid jobs.

There are many sites online where you can learn about arbitrage betting, otherwise known as arbitrage trading, before you commit yourself to using any of your money in this enterprise. Surf the internet as part of the learning process. If you are interested in sports betting anyway, you will enjoy learning about this even if you don’t choose to use it. It is well worth your while to check out arbitrage if you like gambling. It might be the answer to enjoying gambling without losing money in the process. There is also the possibility that you could make a good income online from home using arbitrage strategies.

Some experts say that you need a lot of money to use arbitrage. This is not so. You can experiment with small amounts of money on sports that have only two possible outcomes to see how it works out for you.

The basic principle of arbitrage involves using the difference in odds between two different bookmakers and placing bets to take advantage of this difference. Arbitrage cannot work by using one bookmaker. You have to find at least two bookmakers who offer a high enough difference between odds to take advantage of an arbitrage opportunity. An arbitrage situation occurs when two bookmakers offer odds that differ enough to permit gamblers to back all outcomes and still make a profit. In this way a guaranteed profit is ensured regardless of the result.

The internet provides an excellent way of finding different bookmakers and opens the door to many more arbitrage opportunities than before.

Arbitrage betting can also be used in horse-racing where the odds can work in your favour by using different bookmakers.

In summary, arbitrage is the process of using the differences in the odds that two or more bookmakers offer on some sporting events to avoid losing money and ensuring a guaranteed payback. In other words, you have nothing to lose.

In conclusion, why not try arbitrage betting as an easy, enjoyable, low risk way of earning some money online? It also offers extra appeal to the gambler because it is a way of staying one step ahead of the bookmaker.


The following short video summarises the principles of arbitrage:

Arbitrage basics

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