1. Be selective Our big advantage over the bookmaker is that we can choose when and how much we bet. The bookmaker has to offer a huge range of bets each day and accept the stakes we choose. You canít hope to make a good profit by betting in every event, but careful preparation for a handful of events and selecting the best opportunities from that short list when the prices are favourable will yield a good profit.

Keep stakes sensible and donít be too quick to increase stakes aggressively after a winning run. We’re neither for or against staking plans, but you must understand how much you stand to lose in a poor run and stake accordingly. Set aside a betting bank of at least 100 points and increase your stakes only when you have made profits of around 50 points. 

The size of stake should be the amount that allows you to enjoy the wins and to stay in the game after a losing run – they do happen!. If youíre not sure about the amount youíre staking its almost certainly too high. 

The single reason why most people fail in any kind of speculation, is overstaking. A statistically acceptable run of losses is difficult to stomach when stakes are too high. Stay in the game for the long term and stake sensibly. 

  1. Enjoy it! Sports betting isn’t about ego. Being wrong on occasions isn’t important. All that matters is the bottom line profit figure! We see successful sports betting as a 3 stage process performing each of the following tasks for our subscribers: – 
  2. Build Ratings 

Keep the work load sensible or find a reliable ratings service and stats provider (like ours) and whose work you can try before you buy! 

If you do your own preparation keep all the relevant stats to hand. Know the price you want before you see it then you will recognize the value. 

Its absolutely essential to analyse results and put them into a useful context. The most important factors in building ratings for any sport is to judge the strength of the opposition and adjust performance for prevailing conditions. League tables, batting and bowling averages in cricket, good finishes in golf etc are meaningless unless we can grade the strength of the opposition and have a benchmark for what constitutes a good or poor performance. 

Although we want to use as much as data as possible it is clearly sensible to weight the data to favour the most recent results. The aim of our weighted and adjusted ratings is to identify teams and individuals who we rate significantly better or worse than the bookmaker. 

In soccer results are graded according to the rank of the opposition in our ratings and analysis of factors such as goal attempts (on and off target), corners, fouls, offsides etc helps to give a more accurate picture of a performance than just the result. 

In cricket we don’t maintain bowling or batting averages but we do maintain relative averages based on the scores in each game of specialist batsmen and bowlers. In that way a score of 30 in a total of 100 rightly carries more value than a score of 50 in a total of 300. Similarly a score of 30 against a well-rated set of bowlers is adjusted to carry more value than the same score against weaker bowlers. 

In golf we grade each tournament based on the strength of the field and produce consolidated ratings based on form from all around the world. 

  1. Observation. 

Watch the games and get the news! Our ratings will provide a set of candidate selections. Use your observations to pick through the candidate selections to produce the list of bets. 

Watch as many games and events as possible – live and on TV. In the UK you can easily watch 10-15 soccer matches per week on TV plus the news programmes on the various leagues. Read as many match reports as possible. Using newspapers and the web you can compile a dossier for any team in the country. Same for golf, rugby, tennis etc. Put the ratings into a real world context. 

Keep in touch with teams news, injuries, weather and motivation. Using the excellent news services available on the web we can get an in-depth picture of any event anywhere in the world. 

  1. Find the most competitive odds 

8-12 fully funded betting accounts is about right to keep the admin sensible and prices competitive. Its worth opening accounts with small amounts at a handful of others to be prepared to react to outstanding prices. 

Just like playing Judi Bola, playing sports betting game needs a lot of strategies. This will help you become victorious. Before actually engaging in your first bet in the game, it is better to check some helpful information online first so you will know how things work in the game.

Rosalinda

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Rosalinda is a game theory analyst and an avid reader. She loves studying old casino cultural history. Her friends refer to her as an interesting nerd.