Author: Justin Legg

Download the PA Helper Chrome Extension here First go to chrome://extensions in your browser address bar and REMOVE the old extension. Download the zip file above and extract it. (For extra security, extract it to a random folder on your PC. The install location determines the ID of the plugin). In chrome://extensions, at the top […]

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The Rugby World Cup Returns After four long years the Rugby World has kicked off in Japan. Running from September 20th through to November 2nd we have weeks of offers to get stuck into. It has been described as the most open World Cup ever, with many teams being touted as potential winners. New Zealand rightly […]

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When you first begin matched betting one of the biggest hurdles to overcome is appreciating the key role that a betting exchange has in the whole process. Betting exchanges are what makes matched betting possible as they allow us to bet against an event occurring. As well as making it possible they also make matched […]

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It is fair to say that YouTube has been an absolute game-changer when it comes to video hosting and sharing on the internet. Founded in 2005 by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim, word has it the idea spawned from the difficulty they found sharing videos from a dinner party at Chen’s apartment. This, […]

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Some betting markets are clear and apparent in their meaning and need little explanation but the Draw No Bet market is one that can lead to confusion, much like the “Half Time/Full Time” and “Handicap Betting” markets. In this article, we will break down what Draw No Bet means and look at an example of […]

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Horse racing can be one of the most tricky sports to get your head around. With many different facets affecting the potential winner of a race, from the weather to the weight the horse is carrying, it can be one of the trickiest sports to pick a winner. One of the things that can affect […]

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Unfortunately being gubbed is part and parcel of the matched betting journey, at some point along the way you will receive the dreaded gubbing email from a bookmaker. At times when you are gubbed, you can kind of know why then other times you may place only a handful of bets and also be gubbed […]

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Spread betting involves wagering on an outcome where the final profit or loss is determined how accurate their bet is. Spread betting can be split into two distinct categories – sports and financial. Sports Spread Betting Sports spread betting began in the UK in the 1980s, offering an alternative to fixed-risk betting – the traditional […]

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To Arb Or Not To Arb Arbing, or arbitrage betting, is usually a big no when it comes to matched betting. Experienced matched bettors would resoundingly advise people not to arb regularly on their accounts due to the unwanted attention that it would generate from the bookies. There are occasions, however, when we would look […]

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Soccer Saturday Super 6 Sky Bet, in association with Sky Sports, run a completely free to enter competition where the winning entrant can win up to £250,000 – and sometimes even more. Named Soccer Saturday Super 6, the competition was initially launched in 2008 off the back of the popularity of the Sky Sports’ ever-popular […]

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