Recent years have seen a game-changing shift in the way people bet. Although there’s been lots of expected developments taking place, it’s been the rise in bookmaker features that allow customers to form their own personalised bet that has taken the spotlight. SkyBet Request A Bet is the biggest and best version of this, with improvements being made all of the time, and a lot of punters now backing RABs ahead of typical markets.
How do you Request A Bet?
It’s easy to Request A Bet with SkyBet. All you need to do is send any selections you want to back to SkyBet through social media and they’ll price up your own enhanced selection prior to the event you’re betting on getting underway. This can also be done through making your own SkyBet RAB on their website or app, and any markets that they don’t cover can be found on the SkyBet website or app, where they have pre-made Request A Bet selections.
The list of markets that you can add into your own Sky Bet Request A Bet are practically endless, with more being made available all the time. There used to be a time where you could only include the Match Result, Over or Under 2.5 Goals, a given number of Booking Points and Corners, and whether or not the Both Teams To Score market applied, but you can now include any and all markets provided by the bookmaker. This even includes more advanced betting markets like Both Teams To Score In Both Halves and Handicaps, so SkyBet’s RABs are more personalised than ever before.
How do I pick a winning Request A Bet?
Being able to identify a SkyBet RequestABet that is capable of winning takes experience. It primarily depends on what game you’re backing, the form of each team, and the players who are likely to start. When the feature first became available, the bookie odds were high, allowing a lot of punters to claim some big winnings even on the most expected of outcomes. There’s a whole range of Sky Bet RequestABets at FootyAccumulators, where they even have specially made RABs that can be backed through SkyBet.
The odds are now far more realistic for what selections you’re backing, so it’s preferable to go for a sensible priced Request A Bet, rather than excitedly backing a massively unlikely 1000/1. You are able to find some RequestABets with big prices that are capable of winning but landing them will be sheer luck more than anything. If you’re looking for a Request A Bet with a strong chance but also strong enough odds, you’re best staying in between around 5/1 and 9/1, as anything below isn’t worth backing, and anything above is somewhat unlikely.