Ha, I'm starting to really get into the whole live betting thing now. Won £3.55 with a £5 on Korea to win the first corner hehe.
Stuck another few quid (after Togo scored) on Korea to win, and a few pounds the other way incase Togo hold on to their lead, so I get my money back for the Korea bet. As you can see, I really don't think it'll be a draw.
(Original post by justfarhan)
I've only just started using it, and I haven't come across any fees yet. Maybe there are none, or maybe I'm not bothered by them enough to find out
You do not pay tax at Betfair, and commission is only paid on your net winnings on each market. This is particularly beneficial if you have multiple bets on a single market such as the Premiership Winner market. Some of your bets may win, some may lose, however you only pay commission on your NET winnings. If your bets in a particular market amount to a net loss, you do not pay commission.
We offer a customer incentive scheme. You can receive a discount off the standard Market Base Rate dependent on how much you bet. The more you bet, the larger the discount you receive. This is known as your Discount Rate."
Well i havent really been doing live betting yet but it seems like a fairly easy way to make a bit of extra money instead of just betting on the winner beforehand. I could watch it on the bbc website but that will be laggy for my bro gaming
Tonight though in the Brazil match i should be watching it because they are always exciting to watch and i might place some live bets then.
Just realised i have got S. Korea in the sweepstake at work so im one step closer to some money! (Top 4 win ££)
Ah ok, i haven't been live betting either. I've got an accumulator on France/Brazil/Germany/Argentina fot he rest of the week. Then my outrights which i've mentioned before. Korea didn't score - glad no one followed my 'more goals' prediction...