For anyone who places bets frequently, the best choice for where to get those bets is online. Not only do you cash in on free bets occasionally, but you’ll also find the best odds that are available. It’s convenient and you can bet as easily on your phone as on the PC, so wherever you are, you can get a bet on at a moment’s notice.
Betting exchanges such as Betfair make even more sense if you want to cut out the middle man, as there is no bookie, just a commission to pay on winning bets. Using an exchange also allows you to take a contrarian position and make a profit when there are lots of sentimental bets backing England to win the next international football match, or hopes are high (unrealistically so) for England’s chances in the upcoming Rugby World Cup, for example.
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But there is a way to improve your profit margins even further, and that’s through the use of the betting apps that have been designed work in tandem, such as BBS Schedule or MarketFeederPro which can scan the market for the best margins. There are lots of different apps available, and they all facilitate your betting system through a number of different features, such as one-click betting, charting, ladder trading and fast price refreshes.
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Some apps also feature a triggered betting function. Using the function of triggered betting you can save both money and time as you have much greater control over the staking plans and systems you’re employing. At a superficial level, triggered betting means you can set a stake limit, meaning that your stake remains the same whichever sports market you’re betting on. Similarly, you can set the app to only back or only lay outcomes in particular markets. Another way you can set triggered betting is to always back the favourite, regardless of which sport, or set it so that bets are only triggered when a selection falls into a certain range. Triggered betting reacts more quickly than you would be able to when there is a sudden market change. This is often particularly relevant in a big horse race, such as The Grand National or the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
If you’re interested in moving your betting up a few gears, then a small investment in a betting app subscription could be really helpful. There are plenty of tutorials on how to get the most out of a betting app, and many have simulation mode so that you can test out different systems or triggered betting plans without risking real cash. Then, whenever you’re ready, you can switch to placing real money bets and, hopefully, watch your profits soar.
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