A good ValueBetting start (currently over 7500 bets)

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Odds: 1.2 - 3.1
Min value: 4%
Time to start: 12 hrs
Kelly: 30%

Max stake: First 1000 bets it was 10€, after that 20€, currently 50€
I have disabled over/under market, Rugby, and American football.

On average I place 40 bets per day. I bet on everything I can.


Great results @Jakob! :grinning:

Hi Jakob,

How’s it going for you? Any updates to share regarding your progress? :slight_smile:

Sure, why not. Almost at 4000 bets.


Current setting:
Odds: 1.2 - 3.1
Min value: 2%
Time to start: 48 hrs
Kelly: 30%
Max stake: 50€


That’s great! Thanks for the update. :partying_face:

Hi would you mind to tell me the bookmaker you guys are using for this result?


Here are the ones with over 200 bets.

You can find many clones for Comeon and Paf, Google is your friend. I’ve also used Betway, Betsafe, Novibet and Partypoker, but I have been limited very fast on these.


Thanks a lot for Sharing Jakob. I have some queries below:

  1. May I know how many Bookmakers needed at the beginning to achieve your goal?

  2. And what’s the Bankroll needed for each Bookmaker to achieve your goal?

Hi. It of course depends on what your goal is😀 but I would recommend at least 3-5 bookies at start to get enought bets in. You can only use one, but the more you have the better.

1000€ (200€ per bookie) starting bankroll should be enough. You have to remeber that the software cost is 79€/month and placing bets will take time. If you start with too little bankroll this won’t be worth your time.

You should check the Rebelbetting help section from here.

Good luck!

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Ok I’m a beginner, which is the best 3 bookies to choose from for valuebet? Can I partition my bankroll as below? And if I do that below, what may be the estimated return per month? Can I achieve a 20% return of my bankroll? Below bankroll is $1000, return $200/mth? Possible?

$400 - Bookie 1
$300 - Bookie 2
$300 - Bookie 3

i have used unibet/bwin/sbobet/betfair 6500 bets here the results from gam

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That should work well. With Bet365, Unibet, and 10bet you will get a ton of bets. Other good ones are Bwin, Williamhill, Betclic, Betway, Betsson, and Coolbet. Also, check out the post about clones.

Your profit largely depends on the number of bets you can place. With 1000$ bankroll you should place about 750 - 1000 bets a month to make 200$ profit. And 20% monthly return (on investment) is actually the average amongst Rebelbetting users.

The important thing you need to remember is that you can’t expect to make a profit every month, especially if you can’t place many bets. You might lose for two months straight but win big one month.

Why is your Profit sliding down to negative after 6500 bets?

Thanks for the Suggestion Jakob.

I’ll start with the 3 mentioned bookmakers as you suggested.

And is there a maximum bankroll we can invest doing valuebetting? Can we just put in $1,000,000 and the next few months our investment turned into $3,000,000?

but overs 2.5 trading 12% yield


Do you mean the probability is no longer working after 6500 bets?

How do you know it’s limited at 6500?

And if it doesn’t work, why are you keep doing it after 6500 until your account turns into a negative loss?

or it works or not…in long run valuebetting on soft bookies do not works
do y know why because y got limited
i think y want to make profits in long run…

Hi Jakob,

1 What was your bankroll to make a profit of EUR 2665?

  1. Can I first start with a Bankroll of $1500/3 bookie=$500 each. And if it’s working well then somewhere in the middle I’ll top up the Bankroll to $5000/3=$1666(add for each bookie) and continue betting?

so have you tried valuebetting on sharp bookies?
and make profits in a long run?

You can… but please read the help page from HERE and try to understand how valuebetting works first. You’ll find all your answers there.

And about the ID thing. If you are using a bookmaker that is only available in Germany, you need to have a German passport. Otherwise, you won’t be able to withdraw your money. Simple as that.