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How to consistently win at sports betting

If you must play, decide upon three things at the start: the rules of the game, the stake, and the quitting time.” – Chinese proverb 

     Betting on sporting events is one of the most popular ways of making money online. For some reasons sport bets leave behind poker, all kinds of lotteries and casinos. Let’s look for some explanation to this:

Time savings. All you have to do is to place a wager on the interesting event, then check the result and if luck would have it, receive your gain. Obviously, there’s no need to watch the match. In poker, for example, you’ll spend 10-12 hours a day to be on a plus side. Feel the difference?

Substantial profit. Initial bankroll of $300-500 USD combined with well-built strategy will easily increase your bank by 20-25% a month. What is also important, bookies’ margin is relatively low (5-15%), while most of the casinos and lotteries will “charge” you with 50%. As for the winning odds, in casinos they’re miserable, in card games are more or less visible and in sports betting they are real!

     How to pick winning bets? This is the question most of the betting newcomers ask us. If you chose poker, you’d see that there’re lots of online materials, forums, audio courses and other content to help you. As a hard-working alumnus, you’ll have to read them all, comprehend and use on your own.

     In sports betting the situation is different and much easier. The most reliable data comes from the internet and matches themselves: professional tips, news about traumas, matches analysis, h2h stats, etc. You may chew it over yourself or let us do it for you.

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     Now let’s give a quick glance at how betting agencies, or bookmakers, work to dispel the myth that’s it’s next to impossible to take advantage of them.
     Historically, bookmakers were kind of organizations that took bets on sporting or any other event at agreed upon odds and made the payments proportional to the initial wagers. If the odds is 1.2 and you bet 100$, you’ll get 120$. The bigger the odds are, the fewer chances you have.

     For example: Novak Djokovic plays Maximo Gonzalez. The odds are 1.02 to 25 respectively. The favorite and underdog are obvious.

     Pay attention that the betting agency is the full-scale bettor who risks his money as you do. That’s why professional betting agencies hire specialists to analyze all tennis events. The main objective of the betting agency is to attract as many players as possible and to divide them in two groups to get the margin. It’s crucial that these two groups include more or less equal number of people. Only then the bookmaker won’t lose his money.  

     Sports betting is profitable to almost all participants (betting agencies, tipsters, bettors). Of course, we also strive to make some money of it. That’s why we try to publish better tips not to lose our followers.

     Looking for top-notch tipsters? Then consider his reputation, read through the clients’ feedback and check his online presence. Avoid betting with those promising that your bank will double tomorrow, as it never happens so soon.

                      Be wise and remember behind bad luck comes good luck!


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