Some people have been asking me exactly what arbitrage involves, and how they can do it for themselves. I thought I'd post a review of http://www.riskfreebetting.net , as this is where I first learned the techniques I use.
Free sites didn’t give me the depth of information that I needed, so instead I opted for an ebook to learn the system. I used the system at http://www.riskfreebetting.net. The book claims that finding arbitrage bets is very fast, with the author finding one in minutes online. I found that it was a little more time consuming, and spent between 15 minutes and half an hour searching for mine. Still, it didn't feel like a waste of time, as my efforts were rewarded with a solid profit rate, which I can't complain about!
I made around £13 on my first game, though sometimes the amount was as low as £4 or as high as £18. Still, making back the cost of the book (a tenner) took a single evening, and it was a pretty good read. I liked the way it was written, and especially appreciate that the owner of the site is available for email support once you've bought the product- not bad for ten pounds.
I started off manually searching for the first few weeks, but seeing the potential in the scheme brought me round to the idea of signing up to an arb searching service, arbspy, which I reviewed in an earlier post. My thoughts on them are for another time!
Arbitrage won't make you filthy rich- it certainly hasn't for me. But it HAS generated a couple of hundred pounds since I've started (I'm pushing for the full one thousand), and I'd definitely recommend having a play with it!
Here’s where I learned the system: http://www.riskfreebetting.net
And here’s a cheeky Betfair affiliate link: https://account.betfair.com/account-web/registerAccount.html?promotionCode=6L3AX67PK (it had to be done!)