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For those of you that already know what gubbing is, or have had the misfortune of being gubbed yourself by a bookmaker, you’ll know it’s a pretty terrible feeling. For others who aren’t aware of it? Have a read on and hopefully you can prevent being gubbed by a bookie in the future.     […]

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Manchester United v Liverpool is the stand-out Premier League fixture this weekend. The fierce rivals meet at Old Trafford on Sunday at 4pm. But there’s plenty of other tasty matches to look forward to as well. Aside from football, there’s a big boxing match as James De Gale fights Badou Jack in New York. Then […]

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A talented artist has spent thousands of hours to capture the entire history of football in one single image. Illustrator Alex Bennett, 35, is the genius creator of Football Mishmash – a cartoon that highlights memorable moments from the Beautiful Game. Alex, a Watford supporter, has created five Mishmashes and is working on a sixth. His work […]

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The old adage “the bookie always wins” is often mentioned around Matched Betting. For some people, if it’s too good to be true then it most probably is. But, Matched Betting really is different! It’s one of the only sure fire ways to take money off the bookies consistently, and, if done right, without risk. […]

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People who work from home are more likely to be happier and healthier, according to experts. The latest available figures say that the amount of people working from home is at an all-time high. Stats from the Trade Union Council say more than four million people – about one in seven of the UK workforce […]

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Certain things may change from one year to the next, but one thing that definitely doesn’t change is the importance of money – and the difficulty that many of us have with managing ours. UK adults faced an average debt of £29,862 each as of September 2016, according to The Money Charity, so it’s fair […]

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Dutching is a betting strategy that involves backing multiple selections to make sure the outcome is the same, no matter who wins. When gambling using dutching, a punter shares the risk across several selections to make sure that, no matter the outcome, a profit is made. An example would be backing four horses in a race, […]

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Lay betting is when you place a bet on something not to happen. For example, instead of betting on (backing) Chelsea to win the Premier League, you lay Chelsea. This means you would win your bet if anyone other than Chelsea wins the title. Essentially, when you lay an outcome, you act like a bookmaker. You […]

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Profit Accumulator has the biggest and most active matched betting forum on the web. As a little end-of-year straw poll, one the administrators asked members how much profit they made in 2016. Admin JamesPA asked: “Please post in here the profits you made for the whole of 2016! “What offers did you make the most […]

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The term “hedge your bets” is well-known phrase. It has been around in English since at least the 16th century, when it referred to laying off a bet by placing a smaller wager with other lenders. And, today in modern gambling, the meaning still holds true. Essentially, “hedging a bet” means to reduce risk and, sometimes, […]

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