Value is a concept derived in poker that refers to bets which offer optimal profitting even if you loose the hand. This is a simple method to describe the concept, though the actual effect of applying this concept in the game of football is less clear.
Assume a scenario such as the following: You have a home win, draw or away win, with spreads as defined in our example. If we bet on the home win, the bet will return a profit of £100 (if the home team wins), £30 (if we bet on the draw), £20 (if we bet on the away win), so no matter the outcome of the match we will have gained £50. The same applies to the draw and the away win.
Now, we need to place these bets. If you fancy the home win, you need to place your first bet on the home win. This may seem obvious, but you will be surprised how many people ignore this simple rule when placing a bet.
Chick, are you doing this as a rule or occasionally? I must admit I do it occasionally. I will then lay the stake off for a few days or even weeks. I then pick up a few winners, which averages well between 3 and 5 wins per week. Tip: Don’t expect to win every bet. If you want to bet regularly, don’t expect to win every bet! You might have to deal with a few blanks in a row but don’t let that discourage you.
It is really not necessary to be involved in a number of bets to be successful. Even if you stay on the betting side of the business for nearly all of your money, you can still benefit from a few wins here and there. Most people bet in the hope that they will make a lot of money but really few people win consistently. However, those that do win do bet regularly and on the majority of bets, make money.
Meadows, have a think about your burnsale football bets and whether you regard these as small in comparison to other types of bets they might be making. The chances are that you are not making a consistent profit from the pools. Therefore, why take the risk of reloading your online betting account when you might be able to increase your initial stake in a more stable manner?
I would recommend that you stick with the type of investment you are comfortable with and good with. After all, you are playing a business and all business are not businesses of luck! If you want to bet on football, all you have to do is make an account and you are on your way. If you want to bet on MPO500 football, there are a few options available to you. Either you go to a bookmaker shop and ask to open an account, or alternatively you use an offshore betting website, but you need to be extremely lucky as to find one which is trustworthy.
However, the option you certainly have is to avail yourself of the many bookmakers online who offer the ability to place a bet on the football. However, make sure you pick one that is secure and reliable as you do not want to have your money in the hands of a man called John Morrison who might thinks you are a little bit lucky!
In addition, you might perhaps want to compare the odds that you are offering and that are put against the online bookmakers on an compared bet. This is a great way to ensure that you are betting in a way whereby you are forcing the online bookmakers to decrease the odds in your favour when your win comes in.
Last of all, if you want to increase the odds in your favour and of course, you also need to have some money to bet with. In this case, you might want to look at an matched betting or Arbitrage type of betting as you are essentially betting on two markets. This will enable you to bet in an opposite way to what the online bookmakers are doing.
This is not a guarantee to win! However, it is a way of playing the odds and at the same time taking the risk out of the equation. For many people, this is a dream come true and essentially gamble with your luck!