Hi Everyone! Keith here with my latest review which this time takes us into the realm of Arbitrage.
For anyone new to arbitrage, or arbs, it simply means backing all outcomes, or backing and laying an outcome, in the same event so that no matter what the result you still make a profit.
What we are going to be testing out here is RebelBetting.
RebelBetting started life in 2008 and claims to have been used by over 100,000 customers in over 120 countries so if that is the case and it’s lasted 10 years so far then anything that can last that long must be doing something right.
It will scan in real time the odds from up to 76 bookies & 4 exchanges covering 10 different sports and output the arb opportunities.
What could make RebelBetting stand out from the crowd is what they call Autosurf. Once you pick an arb opportunity Autosurf should allow you to simply click “Bet” and the built in browser will open the relevant bookies web sites, log you in and display the relevant market page so that all you have to do is check the odds and enter your stakes, which is all worked out by the software, and then place your bets.
Does Autosurf work? We’ll find out.
I’ll be using a small bank, by arbitrage standards, of £600 spread out over between 6 & 10 bookies to see if I can make the 10 – 15% of bank per month that RebelBetting claims.
There is a free version with limited functionality and 2 paid subscription levels, £39 & £129 per month, and I’ll give further info on the pros and cons of each in my next update in a few weeks time.
In the meantime, read more about RebelBetting here.