How much money can I make with ValueBetting?

2019-04-18T12:03:36+02:00March 6th, 2019|

How much money can I make with ValueBetting? Play around with the calculator and see for yourself how much you can profit. Actual profits will vary. Value betting is a long term way to profit. The number of bets is important to reduce variance. More user results Curious to see real results from

Value betting vs Sports arbitrage betting

2019-03-06T11:01:25+02:00March 6th, 2019|

Value betting vs Sports arbitrage betting Value betting differs in a number of important ways from sports arbitrage, check out the differences.

Expected Value (EV) and Variance

2019-04-29T15:57:20+02:00March 6th, 2019|

Expected Value (EV) and Variance Expected Value (or EV) is a measure of what you can expect to win or lose per bet placed in the long run. Expected Value is without variance. Variance measures the difference from the expected value. (How far a set of numbers are spread out from their average value.) Real

Max stake relative to bankroll

2019-03-06T10:54:27+02:00March 6th, 2019|

Max stake relative to bankroll We recommend using a maximum stake on your bets. The max stake is set in percent relative to your bankroll. Example: You have a total bankroll of €1,000 and you set your max stake to 1%. ValueBetting will then limit your stake to €10, even if the Kelly stake sizing

Adjusting your bankroll while betting to reduce variance

2019-03-06T10:52:45+02:00March 6th, 2019|

Adjusting your bankroll while betting to reduce variance Sometimes it can be sensible to update your bankroll more than once per day to reduce variance. If you turn over a significant percentage of your bankroll each day, you need to update your bankroll more often. This is because the Kelly stake sizing is calculated using