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Plug for a great product - Rewardbet

A brief interlude from the normal content to plug an excellent new wagering product, currently only available on Australian racing. Ever picked out two or three horses in a race and not known the right strategy to match your confidence with potential profit? This is the product for you.



From the founder, a mate with many years of experience in the trade, on both sides of the counter.

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This is the FIRST betting product in Australia in the last 50 years to have been created OUTSIDE the TAB ... and consequently it's been designed from the ground up FOR THE PUNTER ... TO WIN MORE and have a great time doing it!

It is called "RewardBet" - visit the site www.rewardbet.com

It is free to join and free to use .. there's an agreement in place with Luxbet.com - so they are the first major bookie to implement the product. So you can use it now if you have a Luxbet account (or just join Luxbet if you don't).

What will it do?

Well, there's many benefits - but essentially it will allow you to place all your bets for a race in one transaction, all perfectly staked to maximise your returns. It fixes the most important problem in punting - staking! You can be the best tipster in the world but if your staking is poor you will still lose.

RewardBet applies the same principles that the hi-rollers in Australia do - maximising their returns by betting better through the exotic pools based on your win selections. The great thing about RewardBet though is that it is simpler and much faster to use than any alternative way to bet exotics and it's free.

It is likely that RewardBet will become the default way that most people bet in Australia (and indeed, around the world). So this is your first introduction to it.

It is quicker to use than normal betting, simpler (just three steps), places your bets better - including all win and exotics placed to the EXACT CENT and will increase your returns from betting.

It is suitable for EVERY punter ... there's some new features coming soon allowing you to even incorporate your own ratings or prices at the touch of a few buttons.

Check it out - you won't be disappointed - there's already a groundswell of people signing up and there's been no marketing yet ...

www.rewardbet.com - click on the SUPPORT link for more information.

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And this product will soon extend overseas if the popularity of it at ICE was any indication...

Here's a bet of mine from Rosehill today, the George Ryder Stakes. I reckon Pierro is a moral, Solzhenitsyn will run second and I've included four horses to run third.
Selections made, I've made Pierro a banker for first, Solzhenitsyn a banker for second.


Next screen, I have a bunch of options on how to weight my bets. (I've left out a screen where I chose a total $10 stake).


Confirmation screen and then the final display of the bets I have placed.



This is just one of the ways to use it. You can stick with plain old win betting, or pick a couple, back them for the win and the exacta/quinella etc etc. Very cool product with lots of flexibility, and lots of additional features in the pipeline! Currently only linked with Luxbet and BetEzy in Australia - you use Rewardbet to place your bets via those accounts.

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  1. Thanks for the comments Scott - and anyone betting on the huge GOLDEN SLIPPER day today in Australia - with 5 Group 1's on the programme - we have a massive bonus from Luxbet worth up to $1000 in free bets.

    http://promo.rewardbet.com/content/rewardbet-supports-hearts-racing

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