The Secret of Success
Online sports betting giants. Our official predictions for who wins this weekend September 13, Which Betting Strategy is the Most Profitable? In all honesty, I am finishing up an article about this run and wanted to get some traction for it first.
I hope that's ok. Doesn't bother me, just curious about what the product was going to be. I figured a book or pamphlet or something. For example, if you recorded your process during next wager I'm assuming you're doing it from a home computer , it would absolutely catch a lot of attention.
What I'm trying to get at is, an instructional video that explains the aspect of betting on sports to someone who has no background with watching sports at all would be extremely useful.
If you don't know anything about sports, you could use my strategy and really dig yourself into a hole. There are a lot of sports that don't have great lines because the Intel doesn't really know anything about a matchup or sport.
Tennis is a really good example of that, women's in particular. You could bet on a huge favorite and they could lose randomly.
I'm not opposed to the idea but once again, I don't like the idea of being the reason people lost a lot of money. You can get money line bets anywhere. Soccer is a sport I try to stay away from because of the draw option. You'll see one of the first bets I lost heavily on was when Real Madrid played at home against Malaga and got a draw will never forget that game.
But you can still pick a side to win in soccer and I know people who are very good at it. The site I use is sportsbetting. I keep bringing this up, but I post all of my plays in the sports app Fancred. You can track it there.
I do it there rather than anywhere else because the people on there have been in on my plays since the beginning and know I'm legit. So I could basically follow along with your plays using my own money, and see what happens?
I do lose like any normal human does, so if you're ok with that then go for it. Just don't tell me that you're tailing my plays because it puts more pressure on me to be right. I would've played Eagles spread at that point, but the moment never came. Word, I sort of did this years ago when the Nationals lost games in a season. Only small bets, much smaller than yours. I think I might look into this again. What sites do you use?
Have you cashed out? I love that strategy. I look for hot trends and pounce. Like Packers, Patriots, Jake Arrieta, etc. It always helps when you know where to take advantage of plays. I explained this in a comment above. You should read The Black Swan. I think he would believe I were kind of a fool based on the way I lose and am not ready to handle the times when favorites lose.
I could be totally incorrect but the last time I looked into this a few years ago I gathered that in the US the act of sports betting online is not itself illegal..
Also, some states have their own laws against citizens being able to bet on sports online. I actually loathe daily fantasy. It's throwing money away into a lottery IMO. I'm sorry, but if his strategy is to bet the heavy favorites you can find the answer to this question without asking it.
I noticed its alot of money lines. Are you just betting your whole bankroll on the money line to these games? Each loss must be debilitating. I did up until the Real Madrid draw, but I still do it sometimes see Patriots this weekend. Depends on how I feel. I call those "life savings bets. The key is to be patient. It's really easy to get hasty and want to play all the time. Have to pick your spots. I noticed you bet a lot in one day. Do you do any live betting when the outcome is pretty much determined?
Or do you wait to in one bet and then put it into the next sure thing. I live bet and play when something looks like a lock. I've gotten away from that recently but that's how I started and got here. You bring up a good point. A lot of my tennis bets, you'll notice there's a lot wagered to very little. I usually played when a player was up , or like , and serving for the set. NFL and NBA are harder to get away with that since the lines close when a team is up huge in the 4th.
Someone help him out, this is serious. I would bro but I'm in the same boat, luckily I preorder a while back. I get a little lazy about updating my spreadsheet, but I almost always post all of my plays on the sports app Fancred or by texting my friends. Sounds alright, also I've seen you do a lot of safe bets, do you think that is a viable way to make money even if you have very little to start with?
I think it definitely works as you can tell. I'd say like 8 out of 10 times it's a good strategy, and the other 2 are upsets that shouldn't happen but do because of a lackluster performance by the favorite. Nebraska, LA Kings vs. Columbus Blue Jackets, Roger Federer vs. You cannot predict when those will happen, but you can manage your money so you don't lose as severely when they do.
Will do, I will probably bet on football soccer for you matches though because that is what I have the most knowledge of. I mostly watch the English Premier league which is known to be the most exciting league but also the most unpredictable, so not that is not that good for betting I suppose.
I wouldn't have cared if Nebraska scored a touchdown regularly, but that it happened on a mistake by the ref is what upset me a lot. I wish they could would have called it back. Nebraska could have easily scored the way MSU's defense was playing. The thing is that they can't recall a judgment call that should have gotten called on the field, there was another instance in Miami Duke.
No, for a couple of reasons: I think that business is a fraud. At that point, what are your buyers supposed to do?? You continue to sell your picks and they're running out of money. I don't like the thought of people profiting or losing off of my picks. It adds more pressure on me to make the right picks and I lose my focus.
If they tail my plays and I never know, that's ok I guess. More importantly, I live bet a lot. So it's hard for me to stop what I'm doing just to tell people what all of my plays are. Chances are after I'm done betting live, the line has significantly changed.
A good example of that is when the Cavs were playing the Knicks last week. I bet that line so hard it moved to I suppose yeah, it heavily depends on the kind of betting you're doing. I mean more like the ones who run their trade on twitter, opposed to the pay to play ones. They don't charge for their tips and they usually will get a good amount in donations or their own winnings. Michigan State losing to Nebraska was the worst beat by far.
Betway is one of the offshore betting sportsbooks. One of the areas to focus on here is possessions per game. The number of possessions per game directly correlates to the tempo and pace that each team plays. Teams that are defensive focused and more methodical on the defensive end will be on the lower end of possessions due to their playing style.
The team that has the upper hand in the game will certainly affect the amount of scoring, but if we can determine the pace of play in a given contest — that offers us a lot more accuracy in predicting the outcome than trying to handicap sides so this may be a good NBA betting system to use.
Just about every betting site these days offers multiple options for totals, including team totals, quarter totals, first half line, and halftime totals. Mid to larger NBA betting sites will often take several thousand on halftime lines. This goes back to following the league and watching games on a nightly basis.
Some coaches are predictable. They have players who are going to get x amount of minutes per night, give or take several minutes often dependent if the player gets in foul trouble in either direction.
They may not mess with their allotted minutes for each player much and rarely shake things up. Others are less predictable. They also may be quick to change up their scheme or pace of play. During press conferences, coaches may discuss their basketball strategy for upcoming games and will often tip their hat in regards to future changes in style of play, their starting lineup or allotment of minutes.