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This is NOT a gambling advice.

As you might noticed this site is not for gamblers as such, but tries to advice people interested in making money in the gambling industry. Not just to gamble. You are here to make money, not to loose it. Correct?

How about we flip the coin and know in advance which side is going to come up?

It`s about investing into sports and reaping insane amounts of money every single day.
If you like the thrill of potentially losing your bet, try blackjack or poker.
We do NOT follow any sports, nor are we sports fanatics… this is a business
for us and strictly so. Again as awful as that may be, we do it for the MONEY.


What If You Could Bet On Both Possible Results, Without being interested About The Outcome, And Still Make Profits??

Have you heard the word:  “Arbitrageur”? If not here is the the Excerpt From Wikipedia:

In economics and finance, arbitrage (IPA: /ˈɑrbɨtrɑːʒ/) is the practice of taking advantage of a price difference between two or more markets: striking a combination of matching deals that capitalize upon the imbalance, the profit being the difference between the market prices. When used by academics, an arbitrage is a transaction that involves no negative cash flow at any probabilistic or temporal state and a positive cash flow in at least one state; in simple terms, it is the possibility of a risk-free profit at zero cost.

People who engage in arbitrage are called arbitrageurs (IPA: /ˌɑrbɨtrɑːˈʒɜr/

So, as  you can see there is a way.

Another Excerpt From Wikipedia:

Betting arbitrage, miraclebets, surebets, sports arbitraging is a particular case of arbitrage arising in betting markets due to either bookmakers’ different opinions on event outcomes or plain errors. By placing one bet per each outcome with different betting companies, the bettor can make a profit. As long as different Bookmakers are used for arbitrage betting, the Bookmakers do not have a problem with this. Each Bookmaker will still make a profit because they’ve baked their commission into their calculations.

In the bettors’ slang, an arbitrage is often referred to as an arb; people who use arbitrage are called arbers. A typical arb is around 2%, often less, however 4%-5% are also normal and during some special events they might reach 20%.

In Arbitrage betting, what you do is place bets on BOTH teams but with two DIFFERENT bookmakers called “bookies”. This way you WILL win a guaranteed profit regardless of which team wins! A sporting arbitrage simply arises from different bookies’ opinions about the odds of a sporting event.

Now what if I tell you that our average “arb” is WAY over 2%? Actually more in the 15-35% range and sometimes up to 70(!!) percent?

Would you still be interested?
If Yes, why don’t you check more details?

You have nothing to loose just to have a look: