A Surebets table displays data according to filter settings specified in the right panel of the page (a left button with three horizontal lines in the mobile version). See Surebets_Filter. Although the layout of the desktop version differs from the mobile one, all the data that we describe below is present in both of them. Compare:
The top panel has a number of options.
The trash icon displays previously hidden surebets, if they are still valid. There you can as well unhide surebets by clicking on the trash icon for the required ones.
The play icon initiates automatic updates about new surebets that match your search criteria. They only work within the website. With updates activated, the table will display one single page of the most recent surebets.
The search field allows searching for specific teams and leagues/championships/countries. For teams, it is enough to type a team's name and press the enter key. For leagues/championships/countries please use the following command:
For example, for Bundesliga it will be:
The button with arrows brings the odds format converter where you can easily switch between different odds types (decimal, fractional, etc.).
The puzzle button shows information about our SureBetSlip browser extension. When installed, it helps to highlight the odds and fill-out the betslip on a bookmaker's website - for most popular bookmakers.
The graph icon displays information about the time of latest update per bookmaker.
Finally, the question mark icon provides general information on surebets.
Next goes the total number of surebets found. It also includes surebets in sublists for events. Press on the "+ N surebets for this event" link to display sublists.
The table has 6 columns: Profit, Bookmaker, Start Time, Event, Market, and Odds.
The Profit column allows sorting by Age, Profit, or ROI (that you specify in the filter) in the ascending and descending order. Also, by pressing on the column between Bookmaker and Event , the sorting is set by Start Time . In the mobile version sorting can only be set via Surebets_Filter.
As can be seen from the above, the Profit column shows the profit percentage together the ROI value if you hover the mouse over it. It also mentions how long ago the surebet was produced. Two important features can be found in this column: a surebet calculator and a trash bin. The trash button allows hiding the given surebet, or the given market, or the given event for each of the bookmakers.
The calculator displays all the figures that are taken into account: odds, commission (if specified), stake amount, currency, conversion rate, and distribution of profit.
A surebet can have a yellow label - it means that bookmakers' rules differ and this surebet has the risk of losing money. If you do not wish to see such surebets, you can disable them in Filter_Settings. A red label is possible too - it signalizes that the event is starting soon and you need to hurry up.
The Bookmaker column contains the names of bookmakers to which the bets pertain, as well as the sport category. Bookmaker's names are clickable: they will take you to the main page of the bookmaker's website.
The column for Start time displays the date and time of the event. Sometimes the time of bets may not coincide: it can either be a bookmaker's or scanner's mistake. Therefore before placing a bet, always double-check that the event is the same for bets involved.
The Event column states the names of teams/players, as well as the event (league/championship). Upon clicking the link, you will be taken to the event page on the bookmaker's website (for a part of bookmakers).
In the Market column you can find the market/line for the bet. If you hover the mouse over it, there will appear a pop-up with market description. (Read more about Markets.)
The Odds column specifies odds for the bets. It may also contain additional information: a bookmaker's commission is given in brackets, and for betting exchanges the stake limit and the lay odds are indicated too.
A part of the odds will have a filled circle mark. It means that these odds have been estimated as "overvalued" by our system and have caused the given surebet. We recommend that you check and place this bet first, as the bookmaker may correct its mistake soon. An empty circle means that these odds may also be an "initiator", but we are not that sure about it.
If you have a SureBetSlip extension installed, it will allow pre-filling the betslip and highlighting the odds on the bookmaker's website once you click on the odds link (for a part of bookmakers). The button with an arrow will open all the involved bets with a single click.