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paulcarm
11 Mar 12 17:07
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I'm a bit concerned that I can't see the option to cash out if I need to cut my losses on the Norwich game. Any idea if there is an alternative way to do it?

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By:
Roger Rover
When: 11 Mar 12 17:09
Not cash out
By:
ace26101
When: 11 Mar 12 17:10
Lay your selection
By:
TheJudge
When: 11 Mar 12 17:11
manually in Excel
By:
scara_manga
When: 11 Mar 12 17:14
http://community.betfair.com/football/go/thread/view/94070/28989759/cash-out-never-seems-to-show-up
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pipunch
When: 11 Mar 12 17:15
If you've been taking cash out you've been throwing £'s away. ALWAYS do it manually.
By:
paulcarm
When: 11 Mar 12 17:22
thanks for the suggestions. so it's better to lay the bet you've placed than to cash out?
By:
Rolbgie
When: 11 Mar 12 17:25
Yep, there's usually an advantage to laying off rather than taking the cash out. Although, admittedly sometimes when you're in a losing position, cash out can be a bit more generous.
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pipunch
When: 11 Mar 12 17:45
I would say 95% of the time manually laying off or backing against your original bet will be more profitable. Eg, if the cash out is offering you £5.20, you're most certainly gonna be able to get £5.30-5.60 by doing it manually. Doesn't seem a lot, but staking with £500 at a time it is.
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pix3l
When: 11 Mar 12 17:53
learn some math, it's not so difficult
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