An unmatched bet means that the price you wanted to bet at has gone and your lay wasn’t taken. A partially matched bet is when only some of your lay was taken before the lay price changed, leaving part of it matched and part of it unmatched.
What happens if your bet doesnt get matched?
Until your bet offer is matched by someone else, you do not yet have a bet. If nobody matches your bet before the market closes or is turned In-Play, then your bet will ‘lapse’ and you will get your money back. IMPORTANT: Your bet could be matched a split-second after the unmatched bet slip has been shown as above.
How do I fix an unmatched bet?
Fixing an unmatched bet
All you have to do is clicking it to cancel the bet. The next step is quite conventional – you have to fill in a fresh lay price in the calculator for matched betting. Place your lay bets at the currently available odds displayed on the exchange site.
Can a matched bet become unmatched?
If there is sufficient liquidity at the price requested in the market, your bet is likely to be matched instantly. If there is not sufficient liquidity in the market, or you have decided to place your bet at odds different to the current price, your bet may remain either unmatched or partially matched.
What is partially matched bet?
Partially Matched Bets
A ‘partially matched’ bet means that you have been able to get some of your stake or liability matched, but another part of it is yet to be matched.
What is Betfair Starting price?
The SP is an average of prices taken from across the betting industry. Meanwhile, ‘BSP’ stands for ‘Betfair Start Price’ and this simply refers to the price in which a horse, team or outcome is priced up at on the Betfair Exchange at the exact time that the event starts.
What does it mean when a bet is matched?
At its simplest, a matched bet involves placing a back bet using the free bet at a bookmaker while placing the opposing lay bet at a betting exchange. More advanced versions involve placing the bets on multiple bookmakers (dutching) to avoid the commission charged for using an exchange.
What does available mean on profit accumulator?
On our Oddsmatching Tool, the liquidity available at the betting exchange of the bet you are considering to do is shown in the column named ‘Available’. … This offer is frequently available to Profit Accumulator Platinum and Diamond Members and really helps boost your profits with Matched Betting.)
How do you use a Fixabet calculator?
To Fix Incorrect Lay Bets Or Accidental Overlay
In Cash Out Mode, you simply have to enter the amount you were intending to lay, the amount you have actually laid, and the back and lay odds. The calculator will then tell you what to back, at what price and for how much.
Can I cancel a lay bet on smarkets?
If part of your bet has been matched, only the unmatched portion will be cancelled. To cancel an unmatched or partially matched bet, simply click the ‘X’ to the right of the bet you wish to cancel.
What does matched mean on smarkets?
Matched betting explained
To implement a matched betting strategy, you simply place a bet with the bookmaker who offered you the free bet and then lay, or bet against, the same outcome on the Smarkets betting exchange – learn how to make a lay bet.
How do I change my Betfair odds?
Betfair Sportsbook uses both fractional and decimal odds, you can switch between the two at any point, either from: Desktop: by selecting either fractional or decimal from the black banner at the bottom of the page. Mobile: by clicking on your balance and selecting ‘Settings’ and ‘Odds Display’.
How do I read my Betfair screen?
Each box on the Betfair screen shows the current odds (top) and liquidity (money) available (bottom). The blue boxes represent the prices available to back (betting on something to happen), with the pink boxes showing the prices available to lay (betting on something not to happen).
What does trade out mean on smarkets?
Trading out is the process of placing a bet on the opposite outcome to a bet you have already placed. It can be used to: Lock in a profit. … Cancel out a previously matched bet on the same market.