Betting on cards gives you a different outlook on a game. Instead of waiting for that next goal, you’re waiting for a lovely two footed challenge from behind by Granit Xhaka. It makes it all that much better when Mike Dean is reffing a game too and you've got Arsenal over 1.5 cards. In that case you’re almost certainly expecting a red card from the big man and the bet has won. The money is yours. Or is it?
Depending on the bookmaker, some would pay out as a winner and some would class it as a loss. It's very important you know what the cards rules are for which bookmaker when betting otherwise the value you think you’re getting could be way off.
For example: 2 red cards and 1 yellow would mean 5 cards on Bet365, 60 booking points on Skybet and JUST 1 card on Marathonbet.
At SBP we have made over 500 units profit from betting on cards with an average of over 40 units profit per month.
Below is a table of the cards rules for each bookmaker.