Yes Mr Green offers live betting on their sportsbook. The in-play tab allows you to bet live across a huge range of sports. You can bet on many sports and events and how you place your bets varies with the sport and the type of game.
How do I place a live bet?
Placing live bets is extremely simple in comparrison to other bookmakers. To place your live bet, you need two things:
- What sport to place your bet on and the stake amount.
To find the 'What Sport', simply browse Mr Green Sportsbook for odds on a particular match or event you would like to bet on. Once selected, your betslip will appear in the lower right side of the screen containing the odds you have selected.
- Next, enter your stake amount you would like to bet.
The betslip will automatically calculate the potential winnings for you based upon your selection.Double check your bet carefully,and when you are satisfied, finalise the bet.
- Finally, click on 'Place Bet' at the bottom of the betslip.
At one time, all bookmakers would only take bets before a match had kicked off, but in recent years, live betting or better known as betting-in-play has really taken off. All the top bookmakers offer live betting markets nowadays. Live betting is one of the most exciting ways to bet, and successful in-play bettors will closely follow the live match, responding rapidly to changing events and to fluctuating prices. Live betting really does add a nailbiting all action atmosphere to the game. You will have to be quick thinking making choice decisions to be a successful live betting punter.
Let us take a look at other types of betting below:
At one time some bookmakers only allowed bettors to back the outcome of multiple football matches and not single games. Those days are over, a multiple bet is your quickest way to turn a small stake into a big win, so its ideal if your betting bank is small. The downside of multiple betting is that the combined odds of winning are often long and don't always represent value.
A flexi bet allows you to bet a percentage of a betting unit, rather than the full cost of the standard bet. This is usually available on exotic combination bets and sports markets which operate a pari-mutuel pool in which the total betting pool is split between all winning bets.
Spread betting is a totally different form of betting to the normal fixed odds model. In a spread bet, a bettor backs higher or lower than the stated spread on a particular market and sets a stake per point. In theory, wins in spread betting can be unlimited, but so can risks. This means that it can be a risky way of betting if you are not fully aware of the potential losses.