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Betfair Lay Betting Tips And Secrets

If you place a ‘back’ bet with a bookmaker in the usual way and the bet wins, the bookmaker will pay out your winnings. If the bet loses then the bookmaker will keep your stake money. By taking bets from people in this traditional way enables the bookies to make millions of pounds profit each year. You become the ‘backer’.

A ‘layer’ is the complete opposite of a ‘backer’, it’s basically the same as playing the role of the bookmaker. Since the introduction of betting exchanges such as Betfair, you now have the unique opportunity to lay bets in the same way as a bookmaker. If the outcome of the event that you lay bet does indeed lose, then you get to keep the stake money just like the bookmaker. You become the ‘layer’.

As people say “you don’t see a poor bookie very often”.

Therefore, you might want an answer to this question:-

If you can make money from lay betting in the same way as a bookie, by being a ‘layer’, why would anyone want to be a ‘backer’?

Well, it depends on what you expect to achieve from lay betting, also what your general betting expectations are. Let me explain …

The back bet – typical ‘backers’ attitude …

Someone looking for a ‘quick fix’, knowing that each time they make a back bet the odds are stacked firmly against them, they are lured into ‘backing’ based purely on a hunch, or a betting tip, maybe from a mate at work. For handing over a relatively small amount of cash,combined with the exciting prospect of a possible good win looming, the temptation can be simply too much to resist.

If you enter a bookmaker’s premises you will often observe many ‘gamblers’ with their lists of lucky numbers, betting tips, hot tips etc, going about the same routine always used to make their selections. A couple of minutes before each race, they hurriedly glance through the race card, make their selection then run to the counter to place their back bet, then invariably watch it lose. The strange thing is that they follow this same pattern race after race, day after day, week in week out ‘ and the bookies love them!

Now, I am not suggesting that every backer falls into the above categories. Sometimes, ‘backers’ will strive to put in the extra work needed, helping them with their final betting selections, by analysing stats, studying form, maybe taking advice, of following good quality betting tips etc.

If you fall into this category because you have developed your own unique method for selecting that really hot horse in a race, or statistics might be your thing, giving you a profitable edge to your favourite sport before you decide on that all important back bet. If so, I wish you luck because you have done extremely well, but you are very much in the minority.

The lay bet – typical ‘layers’ attitude …

There is one very important thing that most ‘backers’ and ‘layers’ are likely to have in common – they both want to make as much money as possible in the shortest possible amount of time. This fact is undoubtedly true, but with some important differences. The ‘layer’ will not be expecting to make a killing from just one lay bet, therefore is likely to be more patient and better prepared, safe in the knowledge that the Betfair lay bet is readily available.

Patience will play a big part in all successful ‘layers’, their attitude to risk will be much better adjusted, knowing that their profit will come over a period of time by strictly following a good staking plan, they will only lay bet when their system indicates a strong lay betting opportunity.

Now we all know that it’s much more difficult to pick a winner, than it is to pick a loser. Therefore, unlike the ‘backer’, the odds are stacked very much in the ‘layers’ favour as far as the probability of a successful lay bet is concerned.

Sometimes, this greatly increased chance of a successful lay bet can lure the inexperienced layer into the trap of thinking that lay betting is easy. Well it is easy to do, but you need to make confident lay bets based on sound judgement and analysis, always making sure that you are completely familiar with the type of event you are lay betting, no lay betting on whims, or hunches.

On the other hand, the experienced and clued up ‘layer’ will have complete confidence in their selection process, whilst adopting a highly disciplined and professional approach to their lay betting. They will never lay bet with money that is needed for other important things like household bills, only using money that is set aside purely for their lay betting activities. Sticking rigidly to a good solid staking plan they will never over commit themselves.

If your aim is to be highly successful at lay betting on Betfair, you should be looking to achieve a win rate of around 9 times out of 10. This is realistically achievable. Remember you are looking for losers, not winners.

I do hope this helps you to decide whether you are a ‘backer’ or a ‘layer’. Thank you very much for reading this article.

It will come as no surprise to you that I am most definitely a ‘layer?.

Which one are you?

-Lawrence Taylor-

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Jzkar14 asked Is this list of parts good for an ar15 build?

Delton mid-length rifle kit
Delton stripped lower receiver
Magpul mbus rear sight
Utg quad rail
Mako rail covers
Mako buffer tube sling mount
Couple pmags
It will cost around 800$
And this is my first ar15 will it
Be good for shtf and plinking?

And got the following answer:

Kind of pricey for a build — you can find a fully-assembled model for the same money.

PSA stripped lower’s can be found for $50 — and a lower parts kit for another $50. Add a stock for $50 and you’ve got the bottom complete.

or — you can get a fully assembled Plum-Crazy lower (including stock) between $100 to $125.

Next, don’t fool with assembling an upper from a kit — you can find a fully assembled upper (including charging handle and bolt) for $350 — bringing your total cost to $500 (not counting any magazines).

josh asked What do pawn shops offer for a nice ar15?

Spikes tactile with bravo company upper. 20″ barrel, tactile butt stock. Chambered in 223/556 only a few years old, less then 400 rounds through it. Iron sights and 2 30rd mags. I live in Florida I just want to see what I can get for it.. or where should I try to sell it fast?

And got the following answer:

If you know some one that would be more profitable, but try a gun show, a pawn shop they will pay you minimal.

Double-D asked When purchasing parts for an AR-15 what am I allowed to have shipped directly to my home?

I live in CA (bay area) and I’m trying to buy & build a legal AR-15 but I’m not sure if the lower receiver is the only thing that I need a FFL for or not.

Can I buy the lower assembly parts, bullet button magazine lock, fully assembled upper, and collapsible stock all online and shipped to my house?

Also if any one knows where I can get a lower receiver in the Solano County area that would be helpful.


And got the following answer:

The only FFL part is the stripped lower.
Just make sure all your other parts are in compliance with CA regs. for AR15’s. No bayonet lugs, Flash hider, etc.
Have you seen the stripper-clip fed CA lowers? They allow you to have more of the original features because of their fixed 10 round mag. capacity.

Rooster asked Is a collapsible stock lower with a short barrel upper taken from a AR15 type pistol illegal to own?

Basically, can any ordinary gun owner just legally own a short barrel collapsible stock AR15 rifle?
11.5″ barrel
Do you need special paper work or permits to legally own one, like owning fully auto weapons or silencers?

And got the following answer:

Yes. Even owning a short barreled upper and a rifle lower is considered intent to manufacture a weapon made from a rifle (SBR), if you dont have a pistol lower.

You dont need any sort of license, but it would be an NFA item and would require the paperwork. Not as difficult as you think, but it is bothersome and takes some time.

Nepeth asked Shipping an AR15 Upper Receiver to New York City?

I am planning on building a 6.5 Grendel AR-15. Thing is, I’m in AIT with the Army at Fort Lee, so I can’t have any weapons (or part of weapons) on post, since I’m not Permanent Party (I’m still considered IET). I’d have to have the parts shipped up to my current address (which is in The Bronx, I’m in the middle of changing my state of residence to Florida). I am wondering if it is legal to have just the UPPER shipped to my home address in New York City, I know the Lower receiver needs to go through a FFL.
I’ve seen online elsewhere it is legal to ship any part of the weapon (besides the lower) legally, but I want to make sure it is that way for certain for New York City, I don’t need to get hemmed up by the NYPD because I am trying to build a AR15, or is it better just to wait until I can get my state of residence changed to Florida?

And got the following answer:

Here in NYC ANY weapon that takes a magazine is illegal due to the hi-cap limits here. So unfortunately you will not be able to have that anyway at all in NYC’s city limits. SO PLEASE for the love of god don’t try and send it to your address they will lock you upif they catch you. I can’t even have a Bolt action Enfield Rifle here in NYC, because it can inturnally load 6rds and yet I legally own 2 pistols that hold 10rds mags… go figure. Just wait untill you get FL state residence bro, I’d hate to see a fellow Soldier get hemmed up.

Also, NYC’s nonsensical definition of an “Assault weapon” would also make the AR totally banned.

16. “Assault weapon.”
(a) Any semiautomatic centerfire or rimfire rifle or semiautomatic
shotgun which has one or more of the following features:
1. folding or telescoping stock or no stock;
2. pistol grip that protrudes conspicuously beneath the action of the
3. bayonet mount;
4. flash suppressor or threaded barrel designed to accommodate a flash
5. barrel shroud;
6. grenade launcher; or
7. modifications of such features, or other features, determined by
rule of the commissioner to be particularly suitable for military and
not sporting purposes. In addition, the commissioner shall, by rule,
designate specific semiautomatic centerfire or rimfire rifles or
semiautomatic shotguns, identified by make, model and/or manufacturer’s
name, as within the definition of assault weapon, if the commissioner
determines that such weapons are particularly suitable for military and
not sporting purposes. The commissioner shall inspect such specific
designated semiautomatic centerfire or rimfire rifles or semiautomatic
shotguns at least three times per year, and shall revise or update such
designations as he or she deems appropriate.
(b) Any shotgun with a revolving-cylinder magazine.
(c) Any part, or combination of parts, designed or redesigned or
intended to readily convert a rifle or shotgun into an assault weapon.
(d) “Assault weapon” shall not include any rifle or shotgun modified
to render it permanently inoperative.

Michael asked Is it illegal to modify an AR15 upper receiver?

I am going to buy an ar15 stripped upper receiver, and I want to have a local gunsmith mill out a section of it, to attach a handle to the bolt carrier group. I want to do this so that the rifle is now a side-charging rifle. I have seen upper receivers with the side charging handle already installed, but those cost too much money. So do I need any license or permit to have this done to the upper?

And got the following answer:

Hello Michael!

I have the type of set up you are referring to on my AR platform long range match rifle. In checking White Oak Armory’s website, they seem to no longer offer this style receiver by itself. The typical reason for this modification is in order to cycle the action when you have an “erector set-style” adjustable butt stock installed, which prevents using the standard charging handle.

Milling the upper to accommodate a BCG bolt handle should not be illegal; however, … If you go this route, you will also need to drill and tap the bolt carrier to accommodate a bolt handle you will have to fabricate. A few points you need to keep in mind:
a) you can not “permanently” install the bolt handle, since it will have to be removed from bolt carrier every time you clean the rifle.
b) this modification is only necessary IF you are installing an adjustable stock, or building up the A1/A2 stock with some form of a cheek piece.

When you consider the cost of the fabrication and modification of your upper, you are most likely at or exceeding the cost of the “off the shelf” pre-modified upper, especially if you are behind the learning power curve and have to replace parts.

Good luck and good shooting!

sks asked Can you switch a left handed AR15 upper to a right handed upper.?

I’m already wanting a longer barrel and have asked for advice from all of you and on that question and I thank you for the tips and answers. I forgot to add the AR15 that I just got is a left handed rifle, the shells eject on the left. When i change out my upper will I have any problems getting an right handed upper, will there be any mods that need to be made. Thanks for the help.

And got the following answer:

That’s the beauty of the AR platform. Totally interchangable. I have all sorts of uppers and only two lowers. One fixed stock and one 6 position. With those two lowers I can grab any one of my uppers, from cheap .22LR plinking out back to serious knock power of my .50 Beo. Same goes for switching from left to right handed.

asked How to hide an Airsoft gun from my parents?

How should I hide an m16 from them? Im a buy one but they won’t let me so im doing it online.. But where should I put the rifle?

And got the following answer:

First off, you are going to need some type of parental permission to own the airsoft gun, as many states have laws regulating ownership and sales of replicas to those 18 and older. If you absolutely must have an airsoft gun, consider getting a responsible friend to have it delivered to, as most shipping companies require a 21 or older signature for delivery for such an item. Consider this friend for storage as well, as you may not be aware of the complexity of the task at hand

Something that may not have occurred to you yet is the enormity of the m16/ar15/m4 family of rifles. Because you specifically stated that you are purchasing an m16, I am assuming you mean the full length variant, such as the a4. This rifle is a whopping meter in length (think yard stick) and will be nearly impossible to disguise. If by chance you have bought a quality replica, such as a tm or classic army, it is possible to break the gun down into smaller components for storage. Look to see if the replica you are purchasing utilizes body pins or the older tabs, if so then removing these pins will allow you to separate the upper receiver (part with the barrel, foregrip, and carry handle) from the lower receiver (part with the stock, mag well, gearbox, and grip). This will allow your gun to fit in a dresser drawer if need be, should your buddy not be able to hold on to it.

Remember, you should only play airsoft (or shoot a replica for that matter) with proper safety equipment on (at least full seal goggles) and only play at an organized and approved venue that has taken the proper safety precautions as well as notified local law enforcement of the event. Do not use or display airsoft guns in view of the public (don’t use it in a backyard if others can see you) and never point it at any non-player (or anyone without proper safety equipment). For more information about airsoft events in your area, try a google search of “*your state* airsoft” ie “Michigan airsoft” to find a forum devoted to your local area and learn about events (most sites require a little more posting quality than other sites, lurk before you post). I will edit or expand this answer later if need be.