It may sound obvious but you should only bet on what you know. In this article, I’ll tell you why but also reveal to you the occasions when you can actually make a profit on sports that you know nothing about.
The Average Punter
The average punter actually uses a whole range of emotions to make his bets. I know what you’re saying – you’re thinking that I’m talking garbage and that a shrewd gambler will use knowledge and judgement. Let’s look at an example.
Bulls To Win
A punter might look at the upcoming NBA match. The Bulls are playing very well recently so he uses his “judgement” and decides to bet on them to win. Is this a wise choice คาสิโนออนไลน์?
First of all, a gambler will twist his logic to suit the circumstances. Like the prosecution and defence lawyer in a court of law, you can make up any argument to justify any decision. It does not necessarily make it right.
Are You Getting Value?
Secondly, are you getting value from the bookie? He might actually be giving you a very short price. In the long run, you could end up losing and the bookie laughing all the way to the bank.
Knowledge Is Power
Ultimately, with experience comes wisdom and the more that you know then the less likely you will twist your own logic and make foolish bets. Experience will show you when the bookie is ripping you off and when you can see a steal of a price