Discussion in 'Making Money' started by hubbeman, Nov 26, 2014.
So you are affiliated with two accounts, when one account makes 30%, the other account loses 30%. Considering Bet365 affiliates have a neg rollover too, it would not be a good idea to used Bet365. You could make it work by using several affiliate accounts which do not have a neg rollover and letting the negative accounts clear their negative balance when they tick over at the end of the month.
I see one problem with this method, the returns of your bet won't equal 100%.
When your odd is 2 on one site (EUR odd) then it's highly unlikely that the opposite odd on the other site will be 2, but more around 1.7 or 1.8.
Lets take an example :
Site 1. Odds you want to bet : 2 - Bet 100
Site 2. Odds you want to bet : 1.70 - Bet 100
If site 1 is good bet, then return is 200 + 30 (30%x100)= +30
If site 2 is good bet, then return is 170 + 30 (30%x100)= +0
So until now it looks great doesn't it ?
But here's the catch, you get 30% of revenues MINUS THEIR CHARGES (bonus to player, taxes, fees etc etc). Now I don't know how much are their charges (not indicated on any sites), but i'm pretty sure that it will cover all your possible wins.
Nice try tho I must admit, I never thought of it and I'm a huge gambler player.
Yeah, thanks for your responses. Ofcourse theres a hatch within all this, but I just couldn't figure out what it was.
It would work, if you took advantage of sites that reset the negative at the end of the month, and only made one bet a month, on several different exchanges and bookmakers. It would just not work as easy as the OP thought. However if you just used one affiliated player, with no click through traffic to your affiliate account, no none depositing signups, no other depositing sign ups, I guess any affiliate program would get suspicious. There are quite a few affiliate programs which require you to be sending so many depositors a month, and will kick you out if you do not. So the method has a lot of flaws, and probably not worth the hassle.
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