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Premium Matched Betting Training Website Launched

LaidBackBet promises to shake up the Matched Betting world

LONDON, UK, September 14, 2017 / -- A new website, launched last month, is promising to revolutionise the way people learn to matched bet in the UK.

LaidBackBet is a premium training service, offering videos, tutorials, walkthroughs and matched betting tools to its subscription members.

Matched betting is a popular undertaking in the UK, with an estimated 200,000 people benefiting from the activity last year alone. The process involves using a range of tools and resources to take advantage of bookmaker offers. While traditionally these incentives had always attracted the regular punters, a small community of bloggers and forum regulars soon figured out a way to cash-in these bonuses, netting a guaranteed profit. The idea caught on, with bookmakers being surprisingly slow to react. A spokesperson for WilliamHill stated that the industry doesn’t have an issue with the use of free bets. “Acting without restraint is likely to get you banned eventually”, says Jonathan Osman, co-founder at LaidBackBet, “But with over 100 bookmakers in the UK alone, competition for customers is fierce - not offering free bets is out of the question”.

This would appear to be true. From twenty bookmakers reviewed, only one didn’t offer some sort of monetary betting incentive. The advent of online betting has revolutionised the gambling scene, with traditional high street bookies keen to keep their lion’s share of the betting public.

Matched betting does include a reasonable learning curve, with would-be ‘stay-at-homes’ often falling at the first hurdle. Popular with tech savvy students, a number of online free and premium resources have popped up in previous years. LaidBackBet promises to be different. With first-rate training videos, tools and walkthroughs, £19.99 a month seems a small investment for potentially huge returns. “Our users tend to make around £300-£500 in their first month, depending on how quickly they want to progress” says Jonathan, “Our training is focused on supporting our users from the ground up. If they’re having an issue at any stage, we’re on hand to help them out”.

As long as bookmakers continue to compete for new customers, matched betting will be here to stay. If you’d like to find out more, you can visit LaidBackBet to sign-up for their free trial.

James Cutter
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