Double your money in 3 months? Make that 1!

After 1 month of value betting, I have more than doubled my initial deposits of $1,050 to $1,311 - all with the starter plan! I’m not sure if this was luck, the Rebel Betting software, my strategy going into it - or all of the above, but I’d like to share my process in case it might be valuable to some.

As we all know, variance will be a huge factor in your profits and losses when starting out. With this in mind, I decided to take extreme caution when placing my first ~1000 bets to avoid terrible downswings that will make it even difficult to bounce back from. How did I do this? Simple!

  1. When starting out, I lowered my max stake to 0.5% and increased it to 1% when my actual profits were nearing my CLV profits.

  2. I took less riskier bets in the beginning, meaning that I only placed bets with odds of 1.3 to 2.8.

  3. During downswings, I increased the amount of bets I placed from 30 to around 60, and even 100 per day.

Now that I am well past my CLV, with variance having less of an effect, I have taken more of a ‘risk’ to seek greater rewards. My max stake is now 1.5% (looking to bump that up to 2% within the next few weeks) and I have increased my odds to 1.4-3.

If I ever go below my CLV profits, I will probably go back to using my strategy when starting out to try and minimize my losses.

With the profits, I have purchased 1 year of Rebel Betting starter, so all of my winnings will be 100% profit from here! I don’t think it should be too long to recoup my investment as I 3x my profits from week 3 to week 4 (mostly due to a spike in my bank roll).

If you’d like to read more about my weekly updates, I have posted my results from week 1 on the Rebel Betting Discord.

Good luck to anyone starting out!! And if you’re on the fence about it, take this as a sign to just do it!!

Also, if there are any other Canadians on here, are there any other bookies you’d recommend? Thanks in advance!


Well done !! Even better with starter plan!

Keep up with updates

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Thanks, will do!