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A: Simple. Spread betting providers don't like arbers because, in the long run, they always win and the bookmaking industry always loses. It's a straightforward transfer of wealth from the two bookmakers involved to the arber. In the long run each bookmaker will end up wearing half the loss.
So let's get stuck in:
- Introductory Tip: Use Betting Exchanges.
- Always round your stakes.
- Avoid Palps and obvious bookmaker errors.
- Ride the 3% arbitrage profit line.
- Load your deposits steadily and in small amounts.
- Handle the first withdrawal delicately, and for a small amount well below the maximum allowed.
Some suggestions are as follows:
- Spread your bets across multiple bookies.
- Consider staking your bets in 'round numbers'.
- Place your fixed odds bets early where practicable.
- Small meaningless bets.
- Bet BOB.
- Get more bookmaker accounts.
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