A Bankable Day at the Races
Racing Matcher is similar to OddsMatcher in that it finds, sorts and compare odds from bookmakers and betting exchanges. However, unlike OddsMatcher, it focuses on just one sport. The tool then goes one step further, only showing matched betting opportunities which have bookie free bets or refund offers attached to them.
This means the results are pre-filtered, saving you valuable matched betting time! Reduce your qualifying losses by finding close matches where the difference in odds between the bookmaker and exchange are much closer. Which is important when every second counts. Thankfully, Racing Matcher has been created with this in mind. The event details mean you can quickly see where and when the race is taking place. This pre-filtering saves you so much time. Just click on a blue button to open up Racing Matcher.
It contains all of the race information, as well as links to the bookmaker and betting exchange so you can place your matched bets. Bookmaker odds are compared against the three main betting exchanges Betfair, Smarkets and Betdaq so that you can guarantee the best possible match.
Since there are a number of conditions that dictate whether a particular bet qualifies for a bonus, the Include Bonus option makes it easier for you to include, or exclude, the bonus settings from your calculations. This can be done on a bet by bet basis, without needing to alter individual bonus settings, which are otherwise normally fixed for a particular bookmaker.
Simply click the button with the relevant selection number to display a panel containing the less frequently used Rule 4 , Dead Heat and Joint Favourite options. For example, if a selection has lost, then Win Odds is not relevant, so that option is removed from the form.
Win Odds can be entered in either Fraction , Decimal or American format, in accordance with the current odds format that can be changed via the Settings. Total - the number of participants finishing in the same position. In the event of a double dead heat you should enter 2, and in the unlikely event of a triple dead heat you should enter 3. Places - the number of places being offered by your bookmaker for the event in which your selection is taking part. Position - the finishing position for the dead heat.
If the dead heat is for first then you should enter 1, if the dead heat is for second then you should enter 2, etc. Total - the number of joint favourites, more accurately termed co-favourites if there are more than two. Winners - the number of favourites that won the race. This will normally be 1, since a value of 0 would indicate that your selection did not win. This value will only exceed 1 if joint favourites are involved in a dead heat for first place.
These options are only relevant if you have backed the Unnamed Favourite to win, when more than one favourite has been declared. Each Way No Yes. Number of Selections