Saturday, 25 June 2011

25/06 - Trades

Here’s today’s Account trade.

Aalesunds v Lillestrom – 17:00
- Lay Under 1.5 goals @ 3.0 or after 20 minutes, whichever comes first, if 0-0
- Place saver Back bet on 0-0 Correct Score to 50% liability on mentioned trade, place same time as mentioned trade
- Green up on 1.5 goals Lay after 1st goal
- If 0-0 after 70 minutes green up on Correct Score but let 1.5 goals Lay run until there is a goal



  1. Hi,
    What is the difference between account trades and short list trades.

  2. Hi Andy,

    Account trades are what we put our own money on, Shortlist trades are those that came close to being an Account trade. However, all trades from now on will be Account trades only, we won't be supplying anymore Shortlist trades. It's either a good trade or it isn't.

    Hope that helps.


  3. Hi

    May I ask you to explain your staking plan? Please explain it on exact odds and stake you would put on 1.5 goals lay bet and 0-0 back bet.


  4. Each trade is 2.5% liability of trading bank. Then any profits or losses are added to the trading bank.

    So, for example, we start off with £100. 2.5% of £100 is £2.50. If we win £1.00 that takes the trading bank to £101. Then for the next day's trades 2.5% of £101 is £2.53. The stake would be £2.53 for a back bet but for a lay bet the liability would be £2.53. So, if the lay bet were odds of 3.5 then that would equal a stake of (£2.53/(3.5-1.0)) £1.01 which gives us a liability of £2.53.

    We use the 0-0 Correct Score to 50% liability of normal trade. So, if the normal trade has a liability of £5 then the 0-0 Correct Score would be to win £2.50, taking available odds when the normal trade is placed. We will be using the Correct Score a little less from now on though.

    I hope that helps.