The main condition for withdrawing bonus money is to put 20 times more money. Even for bookies it’s very greedy. If the rollover is a twenty-fold bonus, then in order to withdraw 10 thousand bonuses, you will first have to make bets on 200 thousand. While we wager the bonus, we bet on an underestimated coefficient. If the bookmaker underestimates the coefficient by 7.5%, then, while we win back 10 thousand, the bookmaker will earn 15 for us. In case of the 먹튀 뉴스 sites this is important.
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You cannot put bonus money on any bets: bookmakers themselves decide how and where you will wager the bonus. It may turn out that 7.5% is still lucky. Not only that: rollover needs to be played in a certain time. If you don’t meet it, both the bonus and the win for bonus money will burn.
A few years ago it was possible to earn on bonuses. But professional players were so carried away by this that bookmakers tightened the rules because as soon as players remain in the black, bookmakers are in the black. Their position in relation to bonuses is well illustrated by a footnote on one betting site: “The bonus is offered for the purpose of entertaining customers and cannot be used by the client as a way to make a profit.” So if you find a site with an attractive bonus, re-read all the conditions it will surely turn out that you will have to pay for entertainment.
Players who have calculated the mathematics of bets and realized that bookmakers cannot be defeated try to call on probability theory to help and come up with different game systems. The most famous is the martingale method, aka the Monte Carlo method, “catch-up”.
- The martingale method is a game model in which the player always puts on one result with a coefficient of at least two, each time doubling the bet. Sooner or later, this result falls out and then the player returns all the money lost and wins something from above. It turns out that the player “catches up” the win hence the name. After that, the bet size returns to the initial one and everything starts anew.
- For clarity, we apply catch-up in football. Take a series of real matches from the sports chronicle, add bookmaker odds, imagine that we always bet on a draw, and count.
- In the first match we bet 1000 $ , but Manchester United wins we have −1000 $. In the second match we set 2000 $ and lose again, Juventus won. In the third match we bet 4000 $ and win.
The win is equal to the bet multiplied by the betting odds: 4000 × 3.55 = 14,200 $. Subtract 4000 $ from this amount, because this is our bet, and another 3000 $ that we lost in the first two matches. Total, thanks to the martingale method for the series, we won 14,200 4,000 3,000 = 7,200 $.