Over 13 years ago I stumbled upon a website called Betfair.com. I was fascinated by how you could create profit without the event even starting. I knew instantly that I had to work out its secrets and start making my betting pay. Like many of you that find yourselves here. We all want to win. The truth is not many of us do.
It didn’t happen overnight, but slowly I turned my losses into profits. When the higher rate Premium Charge was introduced it made things very very difficult, though not impossible. Whenever I discuss with ordinary “punters” some of the ways I make money, their look of disbelief of what is possible amuses me. It occurred to me that over the years I have accumulated a wealth of knowledge, about sport, and the way betting markets function, and about myself.
This blog is my window into the world. I will use it to discuss, educate and hopefully help more make money from betting.
I am quite well known (embarrassing) within the Betfair Trading Community. I have helped Betfair promote vendor apps during a campaign in 2014. My latest project is working with Betfair, Caan Berry and Mark Iverson to bring an and educational and social event to life.
Disclaimer: I do not have all the answers. If you follow any of my advice please understand that you can and will on occasions lose money. If you cannot afford to lose I suggest gambling is not something you should become involved in.
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I want to talk about Gambling and the issues and stigma that surround it.
Gambling is highly addictive; it’s easy to be sucked into situations that cost money, relationships and friends.
Within my Workshop and Community, we do our best to help you make money and support you when things are not going so well.
Please bear the following in mind
- Avoid chasing losses.
- Only gamble what you can afford to lose.
- Don’t let gambling interfere with your daily responsibilities.
- Know your limits and be clear about them before you start to gamble. When you reach these limits, be it the time or money you spend gambling, stop.
If things start to get out of control, ask for help. There is a lot out there.
The site https://www.begambleaware.org/ is a great resource.
You are not alone