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What Does Gubbing and Dutching Mean?

If you're reading this article, you've probably been involved in matched betting or dutching, which involves placing bets on either side of an event so that no matter which side wins, the returns are the same.

If you do this by taking advantage of the promotional deals offered by a bookmaker, then you may have received an email stating that your account has been "gubbed". These types of messages usually look something like this:

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What is a Gubbed account in matched betting?

Taking advantage of large amounts of free bets via the matched betting method can increase the chances of having your account gubbed by the bookmakers. Gubbing is a situation where the bookie has stated you no longer qualify for any free bets or promotional offers from their betting site. While this is a common reason for having an account gubbed, when you take part in large amounts of matched betting (also known as the dutch betting method), being gubbed doesn’t mean that you have to give up placing bets online with that particular bookmaker.

How to be Profitiable from Gubbed accounts

Maintaining a consistent profit is an important part of matched betting, and there are still a variety of ways in which you can make money when you place bets from a gubbed account.

1. Casino Offers

Most of the time when you get gubbed on a betting site, it will just be on their Sportsbook side, which means you will still be able to take part in Casino and Slots promotions. Experienced dutch betting pros as well as matched betting experts know that significant profits can stem from Casino offers, so stick to these activities in order to maintain profits when matched betting and dutch betting.

2. Bingo Offers etc

When you want to continue to make money with the matched betting method on an account that has been gubbed, the same thing goes for bingo offers, poker and virtual offers as well.

3. Extra Places Offers

You can still do extra place offers on betting sites with gubbed accounts! These mug betting offers can be extremely lucrative and are an important part of matched betting. Click here to learn how to profit from Extra Place offers in real-time.

4. You can still do some other offers on Gubbed Accounts.

Surprisingly, you can occasionally still do some other types of free offers on gubbed accounts. It is rare, but not unheard of. What is our top tip for increasing your odds at winning in matched betting and dutch betting? If you see a promotion available after being gubbed, speak with the bookmaker via live chat to confirm whether you can qualify for the offer.

5. Arbing

Arbitrage betting, also known as arbing, isn’t something you should ever do on a healthy account, but it is definitely a choice for gubbed ones, because you can guarantee your chances at making a profit on arbs by backing at a higher price than you lay.

Related guide: Learn how to arb bet and make risk-free profits online

6. Dutch Betting

Like arbing, dutching for a profit is not something you should ever do on a healthy account but it is a way to make profit on gubbed ones. In arbing, you make a guaranteed profit by finding prices with high ratings.

7. Each Way Arbing

Again, this isn’t something to do on a healthy account, but it is definitely a choice for gubbed ones. Each way arbing is more complicated than a normal arb, as you are generally looking to take advantage of the place market prices.

So, there are 7 different activities that will allow you to make money off of gubbed accounts. Hopefully, these will help you to continue making money from Matched Betting no matter what the status of your account is.

Jason Robertson

Jason Robertson

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I dedicate my spare time to making Matches so I can spoil my 3 little angels. A teacher from Merseyside, love cooking and reading. Liverpool's #1 fan!

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