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Sports Betting / Re: How I play my sports betting
« Last post by GIAJJENNO on Today at 12:32:40 PM »

Yes when the team goals avarage like liverpool has 3+, often goes their matches 2,5 over, but the odds fkr ut is low 1,50. In sport betting this is very low for singles too. In my singkes I choose 1,60-2,50, but I often create a tixket with 3+, 4+ odds. From january I am very proftable, over 30% ROI.
Sports Betting / Re: How I play my sports betting
« Last post by GIAJJENNO on Today at 11:56:33 AM »
I have my own betting periods. From the start of sesion example from august to september I bet low stakes. From september to february I bet higher stakes, and the end of the sesion low stakes too, because of fight from relegation zone, for UCL, for champion etc things.
Sports Betting / Re: How I play my sports betting
« Last post by petespin on Today at 11:11:34 AM »
Sports betting is realy too complicated , u must under consideration many factors , people gamble milions everyday as it is the most famous form of gambling , too many fixed matches, and u can not predict about that unless u have infos from inside , i do something similar and if i have big br and bet at single matches is very hard to loose , till two matches is ok but no more ....
Sports Betting / Re: How I play my sports betting
« Last post by leowls on Today at 10:11:52 AM »
Yes I agree, that is why I only start to bet halfway through the season, when we already have an indication of which are the teams to focus on. Take Liverpool for example, they have never had a 4 or more consecutive goals under games this season. Like in many roulette strategies, VL is required. Try to focus on teams that have a good positive goals difference. Your pot of gold is there.
Sports Betting / Re: How I play my sports betting
« Last post by GIAJJENNO on Today at 10:06:25 AM »
Sorry, but in long run you will have many 1-0, 1-1, and sofar 0-0s! I tried this, mate, I have once 3,57 avarage goal scorer in home bs. 5,07 and was 0-0 :) no bet.

I tried almost everything, every type of bet and so on. First hal yellow cards fouls, goals, etc, everything, everything!!

Lets begin from the starting. I bet on sports from 16 years old. From odds 30-100-500 in one ticket I tried singles, triples, doubles, with good profits, and witj consistent negatives too. First I habe my own FB group with 240 members only, then I was invite to poste in FB group with 10K mwmbers, and I have likes, so interest to my picks over 450+ members!! It was holly s*** for me, absolute shock, in my country I was simppy one of the most talented sport bettor, and I am not opinionated. My result was such great, and my analyse, that
Now I have with my friend own  sport betting business with website etc. We have around 100 paid members, but it was only our first month!!

My opinion is that you must be talented, and well informed about matches. No matchematical formula is good, except matched betting or such things.

Sports Betting / How I play my sports betting
« Last post by leowls on Today at 09:53:34 AM »
Hi guys, just wanna share what I have been doing so far. It has been very positive.

Sports I do mean soccer. Ok so this is what I will do. Browse every league current table standing (epl, la liga, seria a, etc..) and look for the top few teams with very good records of scoring. Then look at their previous few games. If they have been less than 3 goals (goals under 2.5), I'll place a bet on goals over 2.5. And I'll double up every game until i win. So far I have never proceeded to the 3rd element of my progression. My progression is 1-2-4-8. I only play goals over 2.5 goals and I only select high scoring teams. My last victory is on Valencia vs Alaves which ended 3-1, with 4 goals.
Casino Lounge / Re: The Cost of a Win.
« Last post by leowls on Today at 09:31:40 AM »
Yes I wholeheartedly agree with you on this. One should save up his winnings so he can gradually increase his bankroll or bet size little by little. But woe to me because I need to pay $100 to enter the casinos here! Therefore I 'll have to hit $200 per day as $100 profit is my current aim.
Questions and Answers / Re: What have you learned?
« Last post by Fyodor on Today at 07:31:17 AM »
I have learned to stay away from those ladies that frequent Casinos worldwide.
I mean, you may walk in with Lady Luck holding your money firmly in her protective hand, but Lowan Black and her sister with the skinny legs Evelyn, are always going to try to get your attention.
Over in the corner the two party girls, Kay Oss and May Hemme are arguing over Marx and Spenser, and you can hardly hear the Croupier, Ann Ounnce calling out to stop Ann Argument, with "No more Betsy!"
Hope Springs, and her best friend, Blind Faith are being frisked for hidden meanings, by the security guardess, Pat Downes.
You may believe Hellen Highwater, who will promise you Prudence and Patience as playing partners, but they went back to where Charity Beginz, at home!
And, whatever else you do, DON'T HAIL MARY on your way out the door!
Questions and Answers / Re: What have you learned?
« Last post by petespin on Today at 07:15:43 AM »
In gambling generally u have to be pattient ,chance will aplear sonner or later , when it comes grab it .
Casino Lounge / Re: The Cost of a Win.
« Last post by MickyP on Today at 06:22:47 AM »
Nice train of thought.

Leowls, I agree, each to his own. For a player who wants to make money from roulette this is an important calculation to make or do players walk in and play blind without any parameters to work with?

I know big wins do happen but not on a consistent basis. Playing a method that gives a good consistency of wins will more than likely keep you within your parameters and the odds of you reaching your win goal are greatly improved.

Here is an example of what I mean about the value of time.
If your regular job pays you 10 dollars an hour or 80 dollars a day (just a simple example; don't freak out) and you live comfortably on this income; your casino play time should mirror this at least. Add the costs of a casino visit; travel, food etc, let's say an extra 20 dollars. You need to make 100 dollars on your casino visit to justify your investment.
Remember; you have put in many hours of research, testing methods and so on to qualify yourself as competent enough to reach your goal. It's what you do with your winnings that will ultimately see you move up from that level. Save/reinvest gives you the means to go up. Spending keeps you on the same level or bust.
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