Betting Activity with Multiple Matches
Score Grid has been designed in a manner that the user has the ability to navigate among different games during his betting activity. Keep Select Match menu open click on the game you are interested in, practice with your bets to betslip and then click for another game. Each time you come back to your previous game selection your bets are still remain to your betslip area.
Unmatched bets area
The unmatched bets area allows you to view or modify all your unmatched bets of the selected match. Unmatched bets contains information of Market type, Bet reference, date placed, odds and your outstanding stake. You can cancel an unmatched bet by pressing “Cancel”.
You can modify the value of betting odd by simply click on relative indicators around the odd and then press the button “Submit Changes“ to submit changes to Betfair. Point out that score grid interface updates the new changes in profit/loss score grid outcomes after the submission of the new odds.
At the bottom right location there is an information tool to quickly and easily watch your maximum net profit or loss position.
At the example below there is already one matched bet and two bets at betslip. Some scores show the maximum net profit and some other the maximum net loss. “Max profit/loss“ tool shows maximum values concerning potential and already matched bets.
Concerning your already matched bet:
Maximum net loss: -2.0€ . This net loss exists only in scores 0-0, 0-1, 0-2, etc
If you place and matched your bets you already have in betslip:
Maximum net loss: -11.50€ . This net loss exists only in scores 2-2, 3-3, 4-4 & 5-5
Maximum net win: 8.64€ . This net loss exists only in scores 1-0 & 2-0
By pressing the relative icon “Scores“ you can have a list of those scores.
Trading on betfair exchange market is an exciting area for betting activity because you have the advantage of back/lay arbitrage betting. You can win a risk-free profit by backing and laying the same selection if its Back price is higher than its Lay price. Cashout Calculator can estimate the exact money for stake so as to make an arbitrage betting.
Lets make a simple example:
Back Everton with odd : 2.54 with a stake of 2€
Lay Everton with odd : 2.48 which is the correct stake to have an arbitrage bet?
You have two options:
1. Cashout To place a Lay bet with stake which gives a profit for every possible score
2. Max profit To place a Lay bet with stake which gives a maximum profit for specific scores but no losses at all