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Just planning to make my first qualifying bet with Skybet and wondered if anyone can tell me if i'm right about this one?
Tonight Acrington v Brentford (Brentford to win) Back and Lay 2.2
I think this should be ok for my qualifying bet - I don't know why I keep questioning myself? Just need a good kick.
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Thats a pretty good qualifier, go and do it before the odd's change !!!
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You'll keep questioning yourself for a while yet!
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How much money do you need in your Betfair account to cover your Lay bets? Am I correct in thinking a fair sum of £500 +?
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I started on around £200 in betfair but you can do it with less.
Sometimes I think I know everything......then I wake up.
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