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OrLuckyLuke
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Hey there, it's me again, the newbie. :)

I've done couple of free bet offers when it comes to matched betting but now that I got an "ok" bankroll of 500e, I was wondering if you guys could enlighten me on how should I be looking to get most value out of this 500e? My intial thoughts are finding good deposit match bonuses (100e for 100% etc) and try to lose the bet on the Sportsbook side (hopefully straight) to my exchange account, am I on the right track or is there something better I could utilize? I do realize I need to have enough funds on the exchange side so I can lay the bets to cover the possible roll-over requirements but I would be willing to lose a little if I could tilt the probability of the exhange bet winning first but I don't know if it's smart and I'm at risk losing too much value.

Which comes to my 2nd question. Let's say you got 100e on a sportsbook which you would want to be transferred to exchange side but you don't have enough funds to cover the laybet. Could you in theory make smaller bets and lays in hoping that that eventually the bets will be lost on sportsbook and transferred into the exhange AND if it's even a reasonable idea, how much am I looking to get destroyed by the commission? Too much? In theory it would be nice to have all the sportsbook accounts as "losing money without withdrawal" as this would probably give me the most reload bonuses, right? Probably not smart because of comission of 5% but what If it's down to 2% or even 0% for a month.

And then this one. I got an "please come back" casino bonus (even though I only played sports and little poker) of 100e free money and it's currently sitting at 350e. Been playing blackjack mostly with "optimal theory" and some slots on the side which gave me a nice boost. The roll-over requirement is quite steep for blackjack as only 10% of bet amount counts for the bonus side and looking at the list, playing roulette would count 20% which would make this faster if all goes well.

Minimium bets I can place on live blackjack is 5e and I still have like 1800e of bonus wagering to do, I'm thinking that -EV has enough time to eat me alive if I keep playing 5e blackjack. It came steadily down from 410e to 350e in a span of 6 hours and I would need like 15x6 hours to fully clear it if variance kept same as it did. I could drop down to 1e limits on normal blackjack but I don't really trust the RNG on those, I get more realistic variance when I play live IMO.

Haven't looked into any roulette systems yet but I was wondering if there could be found a smarter way to try and clear this bonus as I get 20% instead 10%. I'm thinking like just bet Red or Black. I'm also thinking that what happens if I bet on both red and black and 0 (is this even possible?) all at the same time, meaning that I would get biggers bets in to clear bonus faster and taking a small loss every time.. is this doomed approach aswell?

Any help and tricks of the trade are greatly appreciated! :) Have a good day all!
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Well I deposit 100e to 1XBET to get 100e bonus on it to get me started. Nice feature that 1XBET has somewhat active exchange on there so it seems to be easier to move my deposit+bonus from there to my main exchange.

Decided to try and clear the casino bonus in live roulette and after testing some systems I found myself most content with Fibonacci staking. 14 misses in a row would clean me up so let's hope that won't happen on this run. It's going to be a grueling task to clear it though, wish I would have an automation option that suits my needs.
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1xbet is virtually a scam bookie, do some basic googling before trusting books jeez!!!
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I strongly recommend you withdraw your funds from 1xbet as soon as possible. If your balance grows too much, they simply won't pay. It has happened to me and to many others so unless you want to incur a big loss, stay far far away from these thieves.

As for trying to lose bets, in an arb there is no way to control what the winning side will be. Sure it is more likely that you win short odds, but the when it's the long odds that win you will end up with a big balance on the other side and a bigger problem than you had in the beginning. I wouldn't attempt any strategy that involves trying to control what the winning side will be.
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Thanks for the tips guys! Gonna step up my google play on the future when it comes to bookies. I was able to "move" 40e already to my exchange account from 1xbet but I definately don't want to end up on a bigger balance on there so I need to look into my options. They will probably start problems if I want to withdraw any amount since I have the bonus going also.

Much appreciated :)
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