How To Win Sports Betting.
Sports betting can be listed in the top 5 endeavors people “venture” in and get instant frustration. Is there a strategy to winning in sports? I, like many of you, have plundered in disarray over the huge losses encountered in this venture by gamblers or bettors while bookmakers rake in major sports gamble money. The betting industry is worth about $200 billion and over 400 million people in the world are bettors. But can this be a money-making venture for bettors? Are there things to avoid or to put into place while compiling multiple selections in one? Is match-fixing real? Is discipline important? Is the minimum risk concept 100% accurate? What are arbitrate and matched betting? These and many more are the things I will be tackling in this article.
CAN SPORTS BETTING BE A MONEY-MAKING VENTURE FOR BETTORS?
During the 1910s through the 80s, Gambling was on the rise and a very lucrative industry with businessmen investing heavily, setting up casinos and gambling houses. This period inspired a hit country single by Kenny Roggers of which the lyrics read in part “You gatto know when to fold em, know when to hold em, know when to go”. This can mean that although gambling is seen as totally based on luck by most people, it should to an extent be based on instinct, discipline, and critical calculation. Ultimately, if there is a strategy to it, then definitely this can mean a money-making venture when the right strategy or concept is applied.
THINGS TO AVOID WITH ACCUMULATOR BETS
Accumulator bets were invented to make gamblers lose because it has been mathematically proven that you will lose all your money if you placed enough bets under one ticket. But this is not true; although a lesser amount of gamblers has won with accumulator bets compared to winners accustomed to single betting, thankfully; there are laid down rules that work.
1. MAKE SURE TO GO FOR MORE THAN ONE OUTCOME PER GAME
The easiest way to lose a bet is the unavailability of a backup option. A win or draw option as we know can drastically decrease returns on investment, especially when placing the bet on a team with over 70% chance of winning. If you are disciplined enough you know that half bread is better than losing everything. Depending on the bookmaker you choose, there is an option called DNB (Draw No Bet). Bigger teams have a whopping 80% chance of drawing a match in an offset situation. Another option we would suggest is the Chance Mix 2.5. With this option, you can pick the favorite team either to win, a draw, or an outcome of over 2.5 goals. Note that this advice is strictly for teams with 1.50 odds or lower.
2. NEVER DISREGARD HISTORICAL STATISTICS IN SPORTS BETTING.
Temptations in sports betting are real. A lot of people are manipulated by small odds. If small odds are a guarantee for victory in sports betting then the statistics for accumulator bet winners would not be this appalling. While the current form of a particular team is highly important, it is advisable not to disregard the historic performance between both teams. You should avoid a match with the team whose h2h record is better but have been accorded a bigger odd. A lot of factors would have warranted that and such matches over time have proven to be highly unpredictable.
3. INVESTIGATE OPPOSING ODDS
Attentive people would have noticed that bookmakers sometimes get a clash in odds. What does this mean? In a very simple term, it means that in a particular match, the home team can be accorded 1.30 odds to win, and then on another bookmaker site, the same home team is given 8.30 odds to win. And that is where the term “matched betting” came into life. A match having opposing odds in various bookmakers platforms should be avoided in your accumulators but can be a source to multiply your money in a single bet.
SHOULD YOU PATRONIZE TIPSTERS OR DO IT YOURSELF?
A shocking fact about tipsters is that they are doing what anyone else would do; Concentrated calculations, filtering bad matches for the day, and compiling games with a 70% chance of winning. The disadvantage lies in the fact that tipsters become lazy. A lot of work goes into breaking down matches daily but a good accumulated ticket should earn you a cashout that would double your original stake. This is a method that I have proven over time. So what is the difference between you and a good tipster? The answer is time and concentration. If you can afford to invest the time, you can do it yourself, if not, detect a very good tipster with a long history and a 70% win rate because the sad truth is, mathematical calculations in football are not 100% guaranteed.
IS MATCH-FIXING REAL?
Match-fixing is real. But does it get out? Match-fixing almost usually does not get out because it is considered illegal and fraudulent. The reason for the invention of match-fixing was for making sure a particular sportsman or team advances or gambling. Match-fixing is usually a covered or underground event that conspirators would never let get to the public hence hoping to buy tips for a fixed match is almost unreasonable.
HOW MANY ODDS IS ENOUGH FOR ACCUMULATOR BETS
We believe that greed can also be a quick source of dwindling in heavy losses when it comes to accumulator bets. Your risks increase no matter how strategic you are with your selection the moment you keep piling them up. I advise 10 odds maximum for weekdays and 50 odds maximum for a busy weekend. I have also written out my strategy to compile great matches for good outcomes during the weekdays and also during the weekend where matches can get a lot much confusing.
HOW TO WIN SPORTS BETTING
Avoid compelling odds, investigate every selected match for opposing odds amongst various bookmakers, never neglect historical advice and make sure each selection has got more than one betting outcome. If you have read this article to understand it then you should already be on your way to a successful campaign in the world of sports betting.