Want to create a profitable BTTS strategy? Use our unique betting software to do so, we show here how easy it is to set up a filter to begin testing and working from!
Pro sports betting trader Martin shares his under 2.5 goals filter that is having great success on the forum and making very good profits for our members. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/dbOBuVaU9Y8
Here at BTC we love our stats software so much that we want to make it accessible to all members, even those who have not used or do not understand how to use the software. In this video Martin shows us how to set up very simple filters for testing and finding value for our trading.
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The long wait for American Football to return is nearly over as in just over a month the greatest show on turf is back! Long time members of BTC will know that myself and Ryan are huge NFL fans.
I don't know about anyone else but I am getting really excited about the new football season, with only a couple of weeks until the football league fixtures start in England, there is not long to wait!
You will hear us mention time and time again that Betfair trading is all about gaining an edge and hammering that home time after time to earn money over the long run. Sounds easy right? Well it is, as long as you can find an edge. Fortunately, we have software, training and pro traders on hand to help you find one. Today I want to talk about one edge I have used to my advantage over the years and is usually pretty easy to spot and take advantage from, I call it - 'Historical Big Club Bias'.
One thing that the Betfair Trading Community is known for is it's real and frank discussions about downswings. Unlike other sites and services in this industry we actually talk about this reality which we know our members thank us for because learning to deal with it can be the difference between making money and losing money trading.
You will hear a lot today about Thiem facing the toughest test in tennis, beating Nadal on clay at Roland Garros. Nadal has only lost twice in his 80+ matches at this tournament, once to Djokovic and once to Robin Soderling (remember him?). For me the most incredible statistic about Nadal's success is that this is his 11th final and he has won all 10 before this. To win every final of a Grand Slam 10 times in a row is an incredible effort.