Black Hat Betting is a pdf manual offering general advice on arbitrage betting, lay betting and trading in all sports markets. No specific system(s) are actually advised, it’s more of a general training manual on these techniques.
The marketing material for George Marsh’s Auto Bettors Bot is very vague but implies that it is software for arbitraging purposes. It turns out to be a sports tipping service made to look posh by being put in a program but there is nothing remotely automatic about it – it certainly is not a bot as we would understand it. No staking advice or other information on how service should be used.
Lay Cover Staking is a money management aid that will allow you to track your individual systems and easily calculate the next stake. It uses a recovery plan should a bet lose.
Where The Goals At is a football betting website that has statistical data on both matches and teams. It helps you work out the chances of a particular outcome in a match, therefore making your betting more successful.
Horses For Courses is a horse racing betting guide. The manual discusses a series of staking plans and advice but no specific help on selecting the bets in the first place.
LayMyBet from Matt Tutt is a free to visit website that has information on how to make money from matched betting, arbitrage betting and spread betting.
Form Labs is a database offering soccer statistics for developing and then testing your own betting strategies on 40 leagues worldwide. The site includes editorial with commentary on main matches. Varying levels of the service offer greater detail and options.
Bonus Scooper from Tony Roberts is a system that shows you how to make money by taking advantage of the bookmakers bonus offers. Will only be suitable for those with few or no bookmaker accounts.
Betting Answers is a simple website that you can join where you can ask any questions (within reason) on betting, trading, bookmakers and other members will provide answers.
The bookmaker Jetbull has been online since 2007 and is currently licensed in Malta. Jetbull has more than 110 000 customers from more than 50 countries of the world, due to its wide range of odds.