The World of Betting
Betting exchanges explained in full, including: What does back and lay mean? How does Betfair calculate commission? How does Betfair's Premium Charge work?
Betfair takes the crown when it comes to betting exchanges, but the Smarkets Betting Exchange has been a brilliant alternative since launching in February 2010.
The Betfair sportsbook and exchange is essential for matched bettors and professional football traders alike. Discover what makes it the best betting exchange.
The BETDAQ betting exchange set out to challenge Betfair's dominance, but Smarkets and Matchbook have since joined the party. Can Ladbrokes finish the job?
Here is a complete list of betting exchanges available in the UK. While Smarkets, Matchbook and Betdaq often charge less commission, Betfair is still the best.
Betfair still leads the way, but the Matchbook betting exchange offers a quality service (with just 1.5% commission) if you're looking to maximise your profits.
We all know that the bookmakers profit from our losing bets, but the actual amount that they make is simply extortionate!
The sports betting scene is thriving and social media can be a great source of information for budding bettors. Get started with these 10 Twitter tipsters.
It's a tough task getting one over on the bookies, but sometimes even when you win, you lose, as these 7 unfortunate punters proved.
£365,000 from a £100 bet, £170,000 on a £1 bet and £500,000 on a 30p bet - those are just some of the biggest ever football accumulator wins. Putting a couple of pounds on an accumulator bet always seems tempting....
Approximately two thirds of all adults place some kind of bet within the course of a year, whether buying a lottery ticket, having a flutter on the Grand National or predicting the outcome of a football match. Each household spends...