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#1: Source: Start: Sport:
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       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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#2: Source: Start: Sport:
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       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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#3: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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#4: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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#5: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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#6: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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(remove)
#7: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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(remove)
#8: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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(remove)
#9: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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(remove)
#10: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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#11: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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(remove)
#12: Source: Start: Sport:
Contest:

       Game and pick: Odds
You can enter the odds in any format you want (eu - decimal, us - american, uk - fractional). The format will be recognized automatically.
Just remember to start american odds with either minus (-) or plus (+) and use slash (/) as a division sign when typing fractional odds.
You can also type the word "even" which represents the odds of +100 (us - american type) and 1/1 (uk - fractional type).
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Single: @ 0
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Total amount: 0.00


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E.g. a bet on a winner of a tournament/league, final placement etc. What exactly you consider a long-term bet is up to you.


Arbitrage is a bet on both sides of an outcome. E. g. we can bet on more than 2.5 goals scored at one sportsbook and less that 3.5 goals scored in a football match at another sportsbook. A surebet is usually also an arbitrage.

Surebet consists of two (or more) bets on both (or all) sides of an outcome that will bring us a sure profit. If we have a 2-way bet, bet on one side with the odds of 2.1 and on the other side with the odds of 2.1 then we are sure to make a 5% net profit regardless of the result. A surebet usually takes part between two different sportsbooks but we can also place a bet on one side with the intention of placing a bet on the other side after a while if we are sure that the odds will change in our favor in the meantime. This sometimes happens with livebetting.


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