ValueBetting Quick Start
Placing your first value bet
- Enter your current bankroll at the top.
- Pick a value bet in the list and press the Bet button:
- Our AutoSurf technology automatically logs you in to your bookmaker account, finds the correct match and highlights the odds. Enter your credentials under Options / Bookmaker Setup.
- You double check the bet, enter your stakes and confirm the bet.
- Log your bet.
This short video explains the basic betting process:
To get more familiar with the software, please refer to the RebelBetting manual.
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Hints and tips
There can be a lot to learn in the beginning, but you’ll soon be up and running. After all, value betting is the easiest way to make money on sports. We have gathered some helpful articles for you with our very best tips and recommendations.
- If you are completely new, first make sure to check out our Value betting guide to understand the concept of value betting.
- Arbitrage betting and value betting are both great ways to earn money, but they differ from each other in important ways. See how value betting compares to sports arbitrage betting
- Take a look at our top 10 tips for value betting beginners
- ValueBetting has a built-in staking strategy we recommend you use. This will ensure optimal profits, but you can also use it to lower risk. Read more about the kelly criterion for stake sizing.
- Value betting is about making long term profit, not about short term gains. There will be variance and you will have to face downswings from time to time. This article contains our best tips for value bettors who want to reduce variance.
- Make sure your current bankroll is updated at least every day. This ensures the kelly stake sizing is correctly calculated. This is especially important in a downswing.
- Don’t bet on the highest odds just because they give the highest value. Higher odds are more unlikely to result in a win and this will increase the variance.
- A very high value % has a larger risk of being a palpable error. If you’re unsure, check if other bookmaker’s odds are similar. Palpable errors are not as dangerous as when arbitrage trading since you will just get your money returned. But it might still look suspicious to the bookmaker.
- To reduce variance, set a maximum odds to bet on. For instance up to 3.0 – 3.5. Have an even lower max-odds to further reduce variance. For instance, don’t bet on value bets with odds higher than around 2.5. This is of course all depending on how much variance you are willing to take.
- Set a maximum stake relative to your bankroll.
- And here is a list of recommended bookmakers for value betting. Note! It’s much harder to make a profit when value betting on sharp bookmakers. Always start with the soft bookmakers first. Experienced value bettors might want to experiment with sharps.
Since Betfair is an exchange with a lot of turnover and automated bots, it’s definitely considered a sharp. SBO is also a sharp.
- If you experience Autosurf issues please follow the advice here.
How much money can I make?
Our group of beta testers achieved 14% profit per month during the summer of 2018.
Now go ahead and play around with the calculator and see for yourself how much you can profit.
If you place 30 bets per day (which is our community average), it will on average take you 3 months to double your bankroll. On average, our users triple their bankroll after 6000 placed value bets. Try it yourself! And remember that we offer a 100% Profit Guarantee!
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