In Play Trading Scanner

The In Play Trading Scanner is a new tool brought to you by the guys over at Pre Match Trading, and as you would expect from these lads, it’s pretty good at what it does.

In essence it is the polar opposite of Pre Match Trading, as it is a tool that helps you trade a match in-running. As opposed to the Pre Match Trading model, where you make your money before a ball is kicked.

It’s basically a tool to help you trade or bet on football, not a football betting or trading system. There is a short video below showing examples of how it works…..

As you can see from the video, the whole idea of the in play scanner is too give you all your info and data in one place, and putting you within one click of placing a trade/bet – as opposed to having numerous windows open on your browser and chopping and changing from one screen to another, and missing out on a trade.

All the stats you need are included on the In Play Scanner page, shots on target, possession, etc, along with the live relevant Betfair prices. This makes it a great tool if you are looking to trade a match that isn’t live on TV, or you cannot access pictures too.

There is also a direct link to the relevant Betfair page from the stats page you are viewing. For example if you are viewing the stats on Hull V Stoke on a Saturday afternoon, you could click the live Betfair price on your stats screen and it will take you direct to that market on Betfair (as long as you are logged in).

With all the latest live match stats to hand this allows you to make an informed decision as to whether you think there is likely to be goals in the match, and who is more likely to score.

The software can help you spot a misaligned price. For example, if Team A is at home and they are trading at around Even money, and Team B is trading at 5/1 and is having more attacks and more shots on goal, the software shows you this.

What this is basically telling you is that Team B has a better chance of scoring than the odds suggest, so you might decide against backing Team A on this basis, or you might decide to have a couple of quid on Team B at 5/1.

Or it could be that you are sure this match has another goal in it, and by having these stats you may wish to load more of your spread on Team B (at 5/1) scoring the goal, rather than just laying the draw or the correct score. It basically opens up more options for you.

The In Play Trading Scanner costs £29.00 for one month, £75.00 for 3 months, or £135.00 for 6 months. This means you have the option to just try it out for a month, or take it for a longer period where your purchase will work out at better value for money.

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Pre Match Trading – Latest Video

After last weeks break for the FA Cup, the Premier League is back this weekend, so I thought what better time to show you the latest video from the guys (Ads and Emo) over at Pre Match Trading.

As well as no doubt making plenty of money using their system over the New Year period, Ads and Emo have also put together a new video. This is about what to do with any profits you make pre match. It is nearly 10 minutes long, and it looks in more detail at whether to green out pre kick off, or whether to use your profits for an in-play trade, or bet.

You may like in-play betting or trading, or you may like to have a bet on a live TV match. This video shows you how you could possibly do this without actually risking any money, as you would be using the profits already made from pre match trades….effectively betting for free on football.

For more information, or to join Pre Match Trading, just follow this link.

Please note; Even if you are a football trader, Pre Match Trading may not be for you, but it is worth a look as what you can learn about trading from the system is invaluable in my opinion.

Even if you only subscribe for the minimum 2 weeks, it is worth it from a learning perspective – more information can be found, in my Pre Match Trading Review.

Profits Using Pre Match Trading Tool

The Pre Match Trading tool has worked perfectly ahead of the England V Moldova match. I took a look at the Over/Under 3.5 goals market on Betfair last night, and immediately thought it looked too high. It was trading at around 2.08-2.10 on over 3.5 goals.

I then checked pre match trading, and the tool told me that the real price of over 3.5 goals should be 2.04, so I immediately put a back bet up at 2.10. The back bet got matched, and sure enough I managed to trade out this morning at 2.04. As I write, it is currently trading lower.

In the past I would have put a back bet up at 2.12, and a lay bet at 2.06. So I would have ended up out of pocket, as only my lay bet would have got matched, and the market is now trading well below the 2.06.

As I already stated, I thought the market looked high, but what I didn’t know was if I was correct in my judgement. And if I was correct, how high was it trading?

Having access to the pre match trading tool allowed me to know all these details, allowing me to put a larger gap in my back and lay bets (in the past I would have traded out for a one tick profit), and ensuring a nice profit well before kick-off.

More details about Prematchtrading can be found here…..

Last chance to get Pre Match Trading at Discount Rate

Today (Saturday 31st August) is the last chance to purchase Pre Match Trading at the season long price of £219.00. If you want to get this fantastic offer – until the end of May 2014 – you have to act fast, as it runs out tonight.

If you are comparing this one off price against paying for the service every two weeks, this offer amounts to a discount of over 33%.

This price will get you access to all the usual members privileges, including the email alerts, access to the chat room, Draw Inflation, and the Prematchtrading tool.

Every week I have used the service, ‘Ads’ (Adam Ersser) has been in the chat room on Saturday afternoon answering questions from members, and helping them better understand the system.

Every Saturday and Sunday of the Premier League season so far this season I have received the email alert advising me of the safe trades for that day.

A major plus point I have discovered about the emails, is that on the one occasion the original advice in the email changed (due to a significant price movement in a corresponding market), the guys emailed out an update immediately, advising of the change.

This email effectively summed up in a nutshell how the system works. A price movement in a (different) significant market alerted those in the know at prematchtrading that the advised bet needed to change, as movement in this particular market influences the way all the other markets behaves.

It is the fact that the guys have the decency to follow up their emails with changes in circumstances that I like, and shows that it isn’t just an ‘all-take’ service. The initial emails all point out the signs to watch out for when placing bets, so prematchtrading could argue their job is done.

The fact that they go that extra little distance says a lot too me.

For a last chance to get this discount price, please click here. After today this price will be gone, and it will be back to the standard charges.

A Must Watch Prematchtrading Video

If you are thinking of joining Prematchtrading, I would strongly recommend watching the below video first.

Chances are – if you are anything like me – you will get the system on Saturday, then go off and watch the videos, and then find you have missed the first days trading. And you will also have basically chucked the main day of a week’s subscription down the pan.

I found this video very helpful, although it doesn’t claim to be a start up video, it kind of seems like one.

It’s actually well worth watching as many of the available videos as you can before you purchase the system. Although the system isn’t hard to work, I found when looking at the some of the screens I didn’t totally understand exactly what some of the stats and figures were telling me. One watch of the above video (I actually learnt what I wasn’t sure about in the first 5 minutes) and I was off and running.

You may need to play around with the system a bit to learn it, but watching the videos will give you a bit of a head start. And if you still don’t totally get it after you have joined and watched the video, I have found that there is nearly always one of the systems operators in the chat room – at peak trading times – who can be asked.

Don’t forget the guys at Prematchtrading are offering a season long discount if you purchase before the end of August. If you wish to purchase the system for the whole of the football season (until the end of May), you can do so for £219.00. When you consider it costs £106.00 for 3 months, the season long offer looks a great deal.

Good Start Using Prematchtrading

Any regular readers of this website will know that I spent the whole of last season trading the Over/Under 2.5 goals market pre match, using my own method.

This season I have decided to give the subscription service, a go. I’ve joined it for a couple of reasons really. First, I’ve always been curious to see if it as good as it is supposed to be – and secondly, I wanted to see if there was anything I could learn to compliment my own trading.

As advised, I received my email on Saturday morning (there was another one on Sunday). It had advice about 4 premier league matches, all concerned certain scores in the correct score markets. One of the games the email advised was Liverpool V Stoke, it advised that 1-0 looks ok to back at 8.0, with the caveat, that if circumstances (certain markets) change, don’t trade. Circumstances didn’t change in the build up, and as the email said, 1-0 did get backed in allowing a trade.

All in all I followed the advised trades in three of the matches (there were 4 matches advised), and on all three occasions the market behaved in the way the email predicted.

The way the email system appears to work is that it advises you to trade a particular score, using fairly large stakes (I’d say you would need a minimum of £100.00) you trade a tick or two at a time, ie, you’d back 1-0 at 8.0, and lay at 7.6 or 7.8, and then maybe go back in again.

You would then have the option of spreading your green across all scores, or using it to trade in match, or just leaving it as a free bet. Personally, I would always green up across the board, picking out a correct score is never easy.

This is why I would need stakes of £100.00 and/or more. I would be greening up across the board, so to have any chance of making any money after subscription, I would need to be making at the very least £5.00 a match.

Using £100.00 stakes, a back at 8.0 and a lay at 7.8 would give me just over £2.40 green across all scores. So using stakes of around £250.00 would probably be the best option, as it would get the £5.00 done in one trade. And then if the option was there to go back in once more, I would be in the position of making a weeks subscription in one match.

The system costs £20.00 for 14 days (it is cheaper if you purchase a longer period of time), basically a maximum of £10.00 a week. As the example above shows, you could make that one week’s subscription money a match if you use stakes of £250.00, so it should pay for itself quite comfortably.

I would recommend getting if for a month (£39.00), and seeing how you get on with it. It may take a couple of weeks to feel comfortable using the methods, so a month would give you time to use it properly and see if it’s the system for you.

On Sunday I tried out the main reason I joined the service, the pre match trading (PMT) tool. I used it on the Barcelona V Levante match to trade the Over/Under 3.5 goals market. Under 3.5 goals was trading at around 2.50 – 2.52, the PMT tool was telling me it should be trading at 2.58. I matched a lay bet at 2.52, and sure enough about 5 minutes before kick off, Under 3.5 goals was trading at 2.56 – 2.58 (I got out at 2.56).

I also followed the chat room on Saturday afternoon, and that looks very informative. A chap called Ads, one of the systems owners, was in there giving out helpful advice most of Saturday afternoon. It’s good that you can actually chat to one of the owners and pick up first hand advice from him.

For me though, the PMT tool looks bloody good. It is especially helpful for my trading method as I do the Over/Under 2.5 goals market. The PMT tool (software) tells me where the price of the market should be, compared to where it is.

For example, if Over 2.5 goals is trading at 2.02 on Betfair, the tool tells me this, but the jewel in the crown is that it tells me what the price should be (based on all the collective markets on the match), so it may tell me that the current price is correct, or it may tell me that the price should be 2.06, so on that basis I would know to lay 2.02. It basically picks out any misalignments in the price, allowing me to take advantage of it.

So far for me, looks value for money. The emails look good, they are easy to understand, and the advice seems accurate. There is a helpful chat room, and the PMT tool works out what the true odds should be on every big match across Europe. So far so good as far as I am concerned, I am very happy with my purchase.

For more information, or too purchase PMT, please click here…..

Discount Season Membership From Pre Match Trading

The guys over at Pre Match Trading have now finished making all their summer upgrades to their service, and along with this, they have now announced a special offer allowing you to purchase the system for a season at a special discount rate.

For a one off £219.00, you can now purchase Pre Match Trading (also known as Shirley) and all its tools (including Draw Inflation) and upgrades for the whole of the upcoming football season (access to the service would end on on 1st June 2014).

This special offer ends on 31st August, and is available now – so the sooner you join, the better the value for money you will get. This amounts to a massive reduction of over 40% in price (according to their website).

For the benefit of any previous subscribers, the chatroom is much more easy to navigate, and I’ve been told that the email service will recommence at the start of the Premier League season on 17th August.

For more information, or to open an account with Pre Match Trading, please follow this link…..

Below is a video highlighting the recent upgrades to the service…

Pre Match Trading – Week 42 Results

16 June Mexico v Italy / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £2.42
16 June Spain v Uruguay / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £2.89

A week’s online football trading profit of £5.31

Total Pre Match Trading profits to date is £275.74. My football betting bank now stands at £375.74, I started off the experiment with a betting bank of £100.00 and use around 75% of my available bank on my trades, which are all done pre kick off using Betfair.

I’m going to rattle through these results this week as I’m getting behind with them and there’s not much to report at this time of the year really.

Just a couple of Confederations Cup matches traded this week, and small profits on both trades.

I’m pushing up towards the £400 mark though, so it will be nice when I finally break that.

I’m not expecting to get near my weekly targets at this time of the year really, as there is little football to get involved in, and I’m also spending a lot of time trading Golf, Cricket, Rugby Union, etc.

Pre Match Trading – Week 41 Results

4 June Japan v Australia / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £2.00
5 June England U21 v Italy U21 / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £2.79
5 June Sao Paulo v Goias / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £1.49
7 June Croatia v Scotland / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won 43p
9 June Netherlands U21 v Russia U21 / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £1.06
9 June Brazil v France / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £1.84

A week’s online football trading profit of £9.61

Total Pre Match Trading profits to date is £270.43. My football betting bank now stands at £370.43, I started off the experiment with a betting bank of £100.00 and use around 75% of my available bank on my trades, which are all done pre kick off using Betfair.

It was a slightly busier period this week with six matches traded, compared to the to matches traded last week.

I traded all the matches using my two ticks method, where I place my lay bet two ticks below trading price – and my back bet, two ticks above trading price.

This method of trading seems to be working well at the moment. Although I haven’t been hit by a price going downhill like a runaway train lately, which is always helpful.

I suppose without properly analysing a block of results it will be hard to know whether a good run of wins is down to an improvement in strategy, or down to no one off large losses (which I had a spate of, a few weeks back).

I expect a quiet week next week as I will probably be trading cricket, with the ICC Champions Trophy currently in progress, and some golf, with the US Open starting on Thursday.

The Confederations Cup also starts on Saturday, so that could hopefully lead to some good trading opportunities from the weekend and onwards.

Pre Match Trading – Week 39 Results

20 May Mallorca v Betis / Over/Under 2.5 Goals – Won £4.12

A week’s online football trading profit of £4.12

Total Pre Match Trading profits to date is £256.67. My football betting bank now stands at £356.67, I started off the experiment with a betting bank of £100.00 and use around 75% of my available bank on my trades, which are all done pre kick off using Betfair.

Not much to report this week, as there was just the one match traded, so thankfully it was a win. I had to trade this match three times to get over £4.00 green on both sides.

I get the feeling it’s going to be a quiet few weeks over the summer. I know that there’s leagues going on all over the world, but it’s finding matches with enough liquidity to trade that’s the problem. It will at least give me the opportunity to try out the system on matches I know nothing about, which is something I have been looking to do for some time now.

I’ve mentioned it in recent posts, I want to look at the possibility of being able to use this system on any football match. In order to see if this will work in the long run, I will need to examine the difference between trading matches I know something about, and trading matches I know nothing about. I suppose at this time of year, I have no option but to try the latter.

The one match I traded this week is a prime example of this. If I’m totally honest I don’t know much about the two teams involved. So what’s the difference between trading this match, and one in South America (liquidity aside)?

Moving onto other issues, and the summer months will give me time to experiment with other systems and start to look at my season long bets for next year. I will probably leave placing my season bets for next year until new managers are announced and players are signed, but I will certainly keep an eye on football bookies online to see if there is any early summer bargains to be had.

Chelsea could be a big betting mover if Mourinho comes in. It won’t just be him, there is certain to be a couple of massive signings arriving with him. I believe the markets have factored in Mourinho arriving, but maybe not a couple of world beating signings. This is just an example of what I will be looking at.

I will also try out Assured Soccer Profits this summer, as that is a system that definitely requires no real football knowledge, so is ideal for this time of year.