Grand National tips - Why using a bookmaker is bananas!Are you Bananas to place a bet on the Grand National? Peter Webb explains with some Bananas
The Grand National is the one race of the year that people have a bet and bookmakers know it. So the odds they offer are some of the worse you will see over the course of the year.
You give a traditional bookmaker about 1/3 of your stake each time you place at the bookmaker.
It's up to you if you want to do that, but the industry is culpable of deliberately not offering you better odds when they are available.
I realise this is just a bit of fun for most people but with a little thought, you can vastly improve the returns on your bet by placing it online and preferably with a betting exchange.
Grand National tips - Who has the best betting odds?Peter Webb explains the maths behind placing a bet on the Grand National and where you can get the best odds.
If you are betting on the Grand National at Aintree and are looking for the most effective method of doing so this video explains the best way to do.
We compare odds between all the bookmakers and see what this means for your Grand National bet.
If you want to create something out of thin air then check out our trading videos.
Betfair trading explained via the Grand National | BBC InterviewAs a professional Bet Angel trader, lots of people often ask me 'Peter Webb, what do you actually do for a living?"
So I thought I would do a really quick video that anybody could watch and understand the concept in a few minutes.
It's it sports trading, gambling, betting, speculation, like a financial market, not like a financial market. Some quick answers are provided in this short bet angel video.
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Some of you may have heard this interview before. But I've reprised it for annual renewal of the Grand National which is raced at Aintree near liverpool each year.
If somebody asks you what you are doing and isn't it gambling, this is a useful video to show them! If people want some tips, then this is probably the best advice you will ever give them!
If you have never seen this sort of stuff before, take a look and wonder why you never tried it before! The video includes analysis of the most effective way of profiting from the Grand National.
It's done by trading the racing market using some software called Bet Angel.
Aintree Grand National | Are lower fences safer for horse racing?There's always a lot of discussion around the Grand National as to horse welfare. To tackle one of these issues they made amendments to lower the fences to help tackle fallers. The interesting thing about this is that the jockeys were actually disputing the new lower fences saying, if you lower the fences then the horses will just go at them more and they'll be more fallers.
This made me think, let's actually go out and see what the impact of all the different characteristics of jumps have and how that affects how many fallers there are in horse racing and whether it's safe or not?
So in this video, I go into a deep dive into how different horse racing characteristics affect. the chances of a horse falling and either the jockey or horse getting injured.
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Betting on the Grand National - Top five tips for getting a winner at the Grand NationalThe Grand National is the one race a year that everybody asks for a gambling tip on. But it's the most incomprehensible race to try and pick a winner.
So here are some tips as to how to narrow down your selection and your process to get a winner on the Grand National.
This could be a simple lay bet, using Bet Angel to do some betdaq or betfair trading, dutching or maybe you just fancy an outright punt at Aintree.
But you should hopefully find something of interest in this video.