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Below are some great betting strategies that would help you earn much in Sport betting.SPORT BETTING STRATEGIESDOUBLE UP BETTING STRATEGY
Keep betting on Evens (1/1) and if you lose, double your stake next time.
You will eventually come out winning if you can hold your nerve on the double-up
Persevere with doubling your stake (sometimes referred to as the martingale system) on odds around evens and eventually come out winning.
1. Man U are playing away at Southampton and are 1/1 to win the game. If you put £1 on Man U to win, and they lose....
2. Simply next week put £2 on another 1/1 outcome - Leeds vs ManU. Oh no!, ManU lose again, you're now £3 down....
3. The next week put £4 on another 1/1 outcome - Arsenal to win at Charlton. Bingo!, they win and you profit £4, wiping out your current £3 loss, and giving you 14% profit.
You'll eventually win if you can keep doubling your stake. If you win on your first week you've a profit of 100%, second week 25%, third week 14% etc. One drawback - if you go on a losing streak your stake can keep doubling and before you know it you could be sweating it out!, and the percentage winnings get lower. However, hold your nerve and make sure you can afford to keep doubling and you will win.
Take a look through our example. Of course £1 profit doesn't seem like a lot, but multiply up the stakes to what you can afford and you'll be making money. Consider the percentage returns, not the absolute amounts.ANY WHICH WAY BUT LOSE STRATEGY
Any Which Way But Lose
Choose a team to win and cover the draw too. If they slip up and let a 90th minute equaliser in,
you've the comfort of knowing you get your entire stake back.
The Scenario: You see a team playing at home, you're sure they're gonna win, but there's a slight chance they could concede a late goal and draw. You're anxious to put too much cash on the straight win....
The Solution: Cover all scenarios but the team losing. This is great for those 'sure fire' wins that slip up.
In this strategy you do not simply bet on the win. You can cover the most popular half-time/full-time win scenarios and the draw by betting on a) the draw itself, b) your team to be winning at half-time and winning at full-time (win-win) and c) your team to be drawing at half-time and winning at full-time (draw-win). The only other way your chosen team can win the game but you lose the bet is if the opponent is winning at half-time and then your team pulls back the win (half-time/full-time reversal).
Stake enough cash on the draw to win back your total stake, stake enough cash on the win-win to get back all your stake, then bank the rest on the draw-win.
This way you're not actually betting on the win, but the draw-win, and if your team slips up and draws you still get your stake back. Treat it like an insurance policy.CORRECT SCORE BETTING STRATEGY
Think you can predict the scores? Good luck,
Here are some tips on how to use the good odds you'll get if you're a maestro at calling the scores.
Correct scores are hard to predict, hence you'll get around 7/1 or above for getting it right on each game. If you take all 10 Premiership games one week and try to call the scores you'll probably find that you'll get 2, maybe 3 correct at most. Some weeks you'll get none at all! Two out of ten is good though, you'll be getting at least 7/1 twice out of 10 unit stakes, which is profit.
You've got to remember this when betting on correct scores. It's alright to get 8 wrong, as long as you get your two correct you'll be able to make money. No one, no web site, no tipster, can predict all the scores. We can't, so don't believe any one who tells you they can call all the scores!
The most frequent scores are 1-1 or 2-1 (to either team). You'll therefore find that bookies only give you 6/1 or 7/1 on these. What you need to do is look for value in scores that could potentially be out of the ordinary. For example if you bet on all 10 games to finish with 3-1 scorelines, you might find that in some cases you get an unsuspected winner, for example, Southampton have an off-day and get beaten 3-1 at Bolton, losing 2-1 until the last minute until Bolton get another goal 'that doesn't reflect Southampton's performance' as the pundits would say. These scorelines could return you 16/1. At these odds you can bet £1 on each of the 10 games, and if you get only 1 winner you've profited.HALF-TIME/FULL-TIME BETTING STRATEGY
Don't just bet on the win,
bet on win-win or draw-win for better odds value. Can you predict the half-time and full-time result?
Half-Time / Full-Time (HT/FT) bets are great when you want to find a little value in a one sided game, or when you need to find some longer odds for a permutation such as a Lucky 15 longshot. You can find good value in betting on a team to be drawing at half-time and then winning at full-time (around 10/3 or 4/1) than simply betting on them winning a game at, for example 1/3. If you feel a game is going to be a draw (around 2/1), why not bet on one team to be winning at half-time and then draw the game? (almost always 16/1!).
Let's look at some examples :
1. You see 4 local derby / top of the table games that are likely to be draws. So, what's the best value you can get out of these? Why not try a Lucky 15 longshot and choose each game to have a winner at half-time, then draw at full time? You'll have four 16/1 outcomes. Whether you bet on the home or away team to be winning at half-time is up to you. Think about which team is likely to come out on the offensive and try to score. More than often it's the home team that comes out looking to do most of the attacking. Away teams in tight games tend to want to get to half time with a draw and then see if they can get a win in the second half.
2. You see a one-sided game where Leeds are at home to Wolves, and Leeds are low value at 1/2 to win the game. So, instead of placing a large amount on 1/2 to make any profit, place some money on the win, and the profit gained from the win bet place on Leeds to be drawing at half-time, and winning at half-time (4/1). For example, place £3 on the win at 1/2, giving you a potential return of £4.50 (£1.50 profit), and then use the £1.50 profit to bet on the draw-win at 4/1. If Leeds win, and were winning at half-time too, you get all your stake back (no loss), but if Leeds win, having been held to 0-0 at half-time, you'll win £4.50 for the win, and £7.50 for the draw-win, equalling £12 from a £4.50 bet. Now that's better than putting your £4.50 on Leeds to win at 1/2!
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