The engine

The engine is the jargon calling for "express ", in which the events are presented strictly in order to each other. That is, each event in the engine should start after the previous one to end before starting the next.

Who bets on the engines?

The players- arbers put in the engines, wanting to look ordinary non-pros in the eyes of the employees of the bookmaker, and to avoid reducing the highs. There are players who out of fear of "cutting the limits" put only on some engines, but there are players who in addition to engine and put on an arbitrage bets in the hope that they won't be noticed in the total mass rates. Despite the fact that average player is very easy to distinguish from the masquerading of arber, some fundamental offices are loyal to those players due to the fact that in the end they make a profit. Especially popular among players-arbers this type of bets has become since the Autumn 2011, when the bookmaker Marathon, before allowed to play in arbitrages, dramatically changed its policy towards arbers and started mass cutting highs in the accounts of professionals. After express- engine is made, the player should take turns to insure bet as progress through matches as long as express loses (then all of the lost money back due to the prevailing of insurance), or all matches in the express is in place, the player wins, offsetting the insurance bet.

How to put the engine?

In order to make profitable "engine", the player must find several selections in different matches with arbitrage odds, in this case, as already mentioned, all the matches should go after each other. After the game found express- engine is made, the player should take turns to insure bet as you progress through matches as long as express loses (all the lost money back due to the prevailing of insurance), or all matches in the express place, and he will win, offsetting all amounts spent on insurance.

Of course, it's not easy to find several arbitrage bettings in the same office, and with the timing. In addition, while one match ends, the odds for a subsequent match may change, and the result is that the arbitrage may cease to be. But this problem is offset by bonuses on multiple bets that offers office. You can find many bookmakers that offer a percentage of the winnings depending on the number of events included in the bet. Thus, even if at the time of insurance odds have changed and not arbitrage, but the negative, the player correctly calculating the estimated bonus at winning express has the opportunity to involve additional resources in the insurance and this withdrawal as the expected winnings of insurance, and the expected winnings of the express.