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Stephen HarrisMarch 2, 20210

Bookmaker restrictions and how to overcome them

Arbitrage or ‘arbing’ is a betting/gambling system which allows a customer to place multiple bets simultaneously to guarantee profit regardless of the outcome. These might also be referred to as surebets, surewins or simply just as arbs. This system is possible when there is a difference between odds that allow a profit to be made by covering all outcomes. These opportunities are usually highlighted when bookmakers disagree on odds. Arbing follows a more mathematical process in pursuing a steady profit. 

Cheltenham FestivalFebruary 23, 20210

10 Jockeys to follow at Cheltenham & Beyond

This week we are going to take a look at 10 National Hunt jockeys who are very much worth keeping in your sights when assessing the Cheltenham Festival and beyond. They are all riding at the very top of their profession, have a terrific strike rate and astute punters will be looking to keep them on side when considering a wager. 

Stephen HarrisFebruary 16, 20210

How to Punt like a Professional

This week, in conjunction with Beth.bet I am looking at 10 ways you can learn how to punt like a professional.  Whether you already eke out a living punting or are new to the game, there are a number of strategies you can employ to improve betting habits and turn your efforts into a more profitable pursuit. So, whether you are a seasoned professional or are a recreational punter who likes placing a range of bets such as an accumulator, a yankee or a lucky 15, thinking like a professional can make a huge difference and help you get ahead of the game.

Stephen HarrisFebruary 9, 20210

Punting Pointers – Cheltenham Festival Strategy

The Cheltenham Festival is made up of 28 races, with four days of extraordinary world class racing and is the very pinnacle of the National Hunt calendar. Despite the obvious changes to this year’s proceedings due to the global pandemic, it looks set to be a cracking week’s racing in the heart of the British countryside. The two left-handed courses …

Stephen HarrisFebruary 3, 20210

Top 10 Horses to Follow at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival

Last year’s Cheltenham Festival was one of the last major sporting events to be held before the UK went into national lockdown due to the global COVID-19 pandemic and took place with live spectators under somewhat of a cloud. The 2021 festival will undoubtedly take place “behind closed doors” as have most of the racing fixtures since last summer. With the 60,000 or so racegoers a day missing (along with the familiar roar of the crowd up the stamina sapping hill), stay-at-home audiences will be treated to a week of top class, cracking racing at one of the finest racing arenas in the world.