How to choose the right strategy for betting?
Did you know that strategy is the most important element in betting? One of the most important attributes of making winner bet is listening to horse racing betting tips from experts. Any bookmaker has such a thing as a "margin", i.e. the profits that the bookmaker initially laid in every bet. Ideally, the line without margin would look like this: events with equal chances to win (heads/tails) ratio should be 2.0 and 2.0, i.e., 50/50 chance. But in reality, the bookmaker will put on this event in the best case, the 1.9 and 1.9 coefficients. This difference will be a profit of the office or simply "margin". All margin sizes of bookmaker’s today range from 3% to 15%. Thus, the player must be "smarter" than bookmaker at least by 10 percent in order to win the bet!
That's the reason why strategies have been developed for every kind of sports, from football to nhl. There are dozens of bid strategies: Flat, Miller, Martingale, Danish D'Alembert strategy, Oscar Grind strategy, etc.
All of them are aimed to earn a maximum profit for the player, and most importantly - to minimize possible losses from the bet. For beginners, strategies are simply not an interchangeable tool since almost all of them will not allow losing your bank immediately. The bet without a strategy, no matter how hard you will try, will necessarily lead to bankruptcy at the end!
At the heart of most of the strategies lays the theory of numerical series, but a single strategy that will be better than others does not exist. All of them are good in their own way and each bet strategy corresponds and will fit for a specific person, with its own psycho type, mentality, psychoanalysis, etc. Before you will make a bet on sports online, remember once and for all the gold truth: the best or win-win strategy does not exist! The only strategy that gives stable gain due to differences in the coefficients of the same sporting event in different bookmakers is the strategy of "arbitrage betting," but it also has its moments.