The tipping notation is: BACK/LAY, followed by the price, followed in paratheses by the max/min price at which to BACK/LAY, respectively, followed by the BACK 'to win' and LAY 'liability' points at the stated prices, which is the number of ticks between the available price and the max/min price, up to a maximum of 10pts.
For the in-running tips ... any tip posted before rd3 or rd4 is in addition to those already posted in the event at 'BACK to win' or LAY liabilities that cumulatively sum a maximum of 10pts. For example, if a pre-tournament tip is LAY at 5pts liability and is followed by a pre-rd3 tip at LAY at 9pts liability, the pre-rd3 bet should be laid at 5pts (i.e. a maximum liability of 10pts) if the pre-tournament tip was laid and laid at 9pts if no previously liability had been taken on that player.
LAY 9.8 (11.5) [4pts]
LAY 6.4 (7.2) [4pts]
LAY 12.0 (18.0) [10pts]
LAY 11.5 (15.5) [8pts]
BACK 15.0 (13.5) [3pts]
BACK 9.6 (8.4) [6pts]
LAY 20 (21) [1pt]
BACK 70 (44) [7pts]
BACK 21 (14.5) [10pts]
BACK 810 (600) [10pts]
LAY 24 (42) [10pts]
BACK 25 (17) [10pts]
BACK 240 (120) [10pts]
LAY 26 (35) [6pts]
LAY 27 (50) [10pts]
LAY 240 (350) [10pts
BACK 27 (21) [6pts]
BACK 8.4 (7.4) [5pts]
TIPS AND STAKES
Unlike fixed odds markets, liquidity is an issue in exchange
markets - there is little value in providing tips for players at odds for
which there are very small amounts available. So, in order to provide tips
that utilise the maximum amount of liquidity within the Betfair exchange
market, there are two things to note:
Tips will normally be provided the evening before the
market goes in-play;
Tips will focus only on those players near the top of
There is plenty of value in backing players at very
large odds in the exchange markets, but once that price has gone, the
next-best price can be many ticks lower, so there is little value in
providing tips for these odds.
Betfair tips for the European Tour will only be provided
in-running - there will be none before the tournament starts.
Odds of 2.0 or higher
All BACK plays
will be to win 10pts and all LAY plays will with a liability of 10pts.
So a BACK play at odds of 9 will mean that the stake is
10/(9-1) = 1.25pts. Similarly, a LAY play at odds of 9 will mean 10pts are
staked to win 1.25pts.
Odds of less than 2.0
All BACK plays will have a liability of 10pts and all LAY
plays will be to win 10pts
The numbers in brackets indicate the minimum advised odds to
take for BACK plays and the maximum advised odds to take for LAY plays.