learning from your failure. they’ll be times you fail when you bet on some games but what you do afterwards would go a long way in improving your chances of making good returns in the future. I chose to look back on my ticket when i lose and try to figure out what made me lose by comparing the match result with previous successful ones I’ve played before. You’ll be surprise to learn something new when you do. limit the number of games you play in a day. Avoid playing games with too many matches and large odds. play something more realistic from 2 to 5 odd. When you stake high on a realistic odd, you tend to make profit because you are starting to stake with purpose. don’t expect to make something with peanuts cus you’ll lose so much before you make any meaningful win.
Lastly, play the safest games. For example, when you’re sure a team will win against an opponent, rather than pick wins, go for double chance add a few such matches together and you get 2 odd you can then stake high on you win more that way as most top rather than win against smaller teams would likely play a draw.
- Use bonuses provided by the betting house wisely. Use deposit bonuses and accumulator bonuses, some betting houses also have ACCA insurance in case you miss one match you can still win.
- Read statistics on few websites after that check what tipsters say about match you want to bet on.
- There is also software called sure bet, math bet, etc… These software have a large database of different bookmakers and odds they provide, then they look for 2 or 3 different bookmakers for the same match and find you ‘sure bet’. Particularly they find out all possible results fro one match and when you bet on them you have a sure win, for example, they find 1,x,2 in different bookmakers in the way that you can play all 3 outcomes and still be profitable. Profitability is from 1% to 10% in some cases. But be aware that some bookies don’t like sure betting on their platform and can ban users which have this style of betting avaliable…
Less i forget, stick to a fixed amount. Do not carelessly increase stake after series of wins or losses. check my pinned profile post for more insights having answered something like this in the past