Betdaq and BetJamaica added

Today we've released yet another version of RebelBetting (the fourth update this month), giving you two new bookmakers! Betdaq is a betting exchange, similar to Betfair. It delivers a lot of new arb opportunities, and the best part with an exchange is you will never be limited. It's a must-have bookie. Sign up with Betdaq

2017-10-30T08:39:11+02:00October 29th, 2010|

Brand New Sports Arbitrage E-Book!

Our e-book about sports arbitrage, the RebelBetting Arbitrage Boot Camp (or the ABC) has been heavily updated, and now contains almost double the amount of information. New topics in the e-book include for example: How to convert bonuses into cash instantly Paper Trading European Handicaps Cross Markets Lay betting Checklists for successful arbing Advanced Tips

2017-10-27T13:26:25+02:00October 8th, 2010|

The Profitability of Middles

As you might know, a middle is a potentially very profitable situation where you stand the chance of winning both your bets. When the match ends and the score "hits the middle", it's not uncommon to make a 50% profit. Sometimes, a 100% profit is possible! RebelBetting 3.3 introduces negative middles Betting on a 0%

2017-10-30T08:37:41+02:00September 14th, 2010|

We reveal the winners of the election

On the 19th of September, around 7 million eligible voters will decide the political coalition that will run Sweden the coming four year period. But RebelBetting can already predict the winner with great accuracy. We're not using opinion polls or self appointed "experts". We're using the proven best method: letting the market decide. In this

2017-10-27T15:50:51+02:00August 24th, 2010|

RebelBetting loves Baseball

Recently, baseball has been added to the list of supported sports in RebelBetting. The baseball season is pretty intense because of the large number of games that the teams are playing, so expect to see some baseball arbs! Baseball rules As some of you might know, the different bookmaker rules on Baseball has kept a

2012-12-12T17:32:19+02:00August 17th, 2010|