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A question to experienced gamblers:

Is it ok with the rules of bookmakers, let's say bet365 for example, to:

at the start of a tournament, for example a slam, bet on a certain player to win the tournament, and when that player reaches the final of the tournament, bet on his opponent to win the final, so that you win a bet no matter who wins the final?
 

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Yes, perfectly within the rules. Bet365 also has a cash out function, if you use pen and paper you can calculate if it's better using that one than placing a new bet.
 

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yep you can definetly do that...cash out should be avaible on bet365 for this stuff(pitty we don t have it in our country anymore ).
 

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Big thanks to both of you :)
there is one thing I discovered with bet365. 1st set game score betting might be a useful option if you are fairly confident with the winner of the set and generally speaking you expect most sets to end 6-3 6-4 sort of territory.

The odds are high (often 4 fold or higher) so you can generally make returns easily by balancing the stakes for each option, putting less on higher odds. This reduces the amount of stake you are required to contribute and can almost guarantee you success whatever you pick and even if you fail, it's likely you'll make up elsewhere.

In fact I'll be doing some experimenting with this.
 

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Yes, it is fine to do that. If any bet has rules against that, you shouldn't be betting with that book. Finally, if you are a long term winning bettor who bets regularly, bet365 is not great, they will limit you then ban you.
 
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