There is only one strategy that can be called win – surebets (arbitrage situations). The point is that you place two bets on two directly opposite outcomes of the same match. But in such a way as to remain in the black in any scenario. Regardless of the final result of the event. Surebetters have been successfully earning money on arbs for a long time, providing themselves with a good profit. And here a natural question arises: why are all the betters not engaged in arbitration situations?
Thanks to the Internet, a lot of people have learned and continue to learn about such a direction as surebetting. The idea is everywhere that this is the only win-win way to earn money in betting, and without risks, at least in the game. After all, no matter how the event ends, the user remains in the black and takes a certain amount of money. You can say he has an advantage over the bookmakers. They, of course, know about this, and they extremely dislike surebettors, although they do not violate either the law or the rules, because bets are made on the coefficients that the bookmakers themselves gave. They deal with unwanted users very simply – they cut the maximum possible amount of bets, this is also not prohibited.
Almost all newcomers who have decided to try their hand at betting arbitrage are wondering: "how much money do you need to start?" After reading many forums, special sites, a and "standing at the fork", not finding the answer. After all, the numbers called there may differ from each other not even tenfold.