– > Lay Liabilities
The chances that you offer decide how much cash you will require
to ‘pay out’ if the choice really wins (simply like the
bookie does when you have a triumphant wagered with them). So on the off chance that you
were to put down a lay wager of £10 at 5.0 (4/1) against a determination,
you would be subject to pay out £40 from your record if that
determination won (The other punter gets their £10 back in addition to £40
benefit). Assuming in any case, the choice loses you get the chance to keep
the £10 marked by the other punter (simply like the bookies have
finished with all your losing wagers every one of these years!).
It’s as straightforward as that.
Presently, you may be thinking ‘incredible, I’ll basically lay all the position
outcasts and tidy up’. STOP! Try not to try and go down this course.
On the off chance that you continue putting down lay wagers on choices exchanging with very
high chances (eg 50/1), you will win normally yet when 1 of them
starts things out you will most likely crash every one of your rewards and
more! A solitary £10 lay wager at 50/1 would see you at risk for
paying out £500 should the determination win!
Accordingly, I unequivocally suggest that you choose a reasonable
maximum cutoff for lay chances and stick to it regardless. Just
consider what number of top picks get turned over in horse races
each day of the year that are maybe accessible to lay at very
short chances like 1.5 (1/2). Your obligation on a £10 lay wager at
these chances is just £5, or £50 on a £100 lay wager. I like to keep
my lay wagers at chances beneath 4.0 (3/1) however that is only my own
individual decision however it gives you something to go on.
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