RIT wrote:This new oddsmatcher is rubbish.
You can`t select the bookmaker you want.
Whilst we could set the oddsmatcher up to filter (and thus allow searches of bookmakers) we feel that this tool is best used as an "arb finder". Click on the oddsmatcher tab at the top of the home page and you'll find all the best arbs across a wide range of different bookies. If the odds don't appear that good just check that you are "sorting" from top to bottom (much like a spreadsheet). Click anywhere along the "Event Date/Time" line at the top and you'll see that you have up and down arrows. The best odds are featured from top to bottom when no arrow is showing.
If you want to search for the best odds for a particular bookie just click on that bookie over on the right of the front page and hey presto, there they are under our review info. It doesn't get a lot easier than that surely?
On the oddsmatcher itself click on the "i" button for market detail to show liquidity and find out how old the information is (usually less than 20 mins old - our FEM oddsmatcher is the quickest refreshing free oddsmatcher currently available anywhere on the t'internet as far as we know).
Click on the calculator link as an alternative to the usual calculator, or the bookie link or even the exchange link from here and it will take you directly to the market in question (at betfair and betdaq) to save you even more time.
Obviously the new oddsmatcher now features more than just football too. Plus its still free!
Whilst some of the odds will invariably have moved - (they will move before your eyes if you're looking at the horses within 10 mins of the off), we still feel as though this facilioty will save you some time. Yes you may well find better odds through searching yourself - as stated above, they may well move into arbs as you watch; but you will undoubtedly spend more time as a DIY'er. But hey that's down to individual choice.
Did we mention it's still free?