As we have already stated several times in previous articles, cashing in on sports betting is not just a matter of luck but it is the product of study, method, and application.
If you want to become good at sports prediction and understand how to win on bet slips, we recommend that you start focusing on the math. Mathematical calculations and patience are two weapons at your disposal that can easily be used to win bets and guarantee a positive long lasting bankroll
I’ll explain it to you right now: if you wager on 20 different matches from different leagues, you’re more likely to lose your bet. It is statistically proven that parlay bets over 3 matches (with more than 5/6 events) turn out to be losers. This is because, although bookmakers may make you believe that some teams are favored over others, in reality there are a number of factors that determine the so-called “surprise of the day” that will compromise your card.
So, use math, choose 4 or 5 games , analyze them well and bet only on those.
The potential winnings will be significantly lower than a bet slip with 20 games but on the other hand you will have a very high chance to get all the results. This method may increase your bankroll slower; but it will be much more effective over the long run.
Patience then is fundamental.
It is scientifically proven that all those looking for easy ways to successfully predict sports almost always end up losing.
So, be patient, you bet little, both in terms of economic investment and in terms of the number of events bet on.
With the passage of time the mechanism will be clearer and you will be able to maximize your winnings by reducing the risks.
The basic rule to win your bets is: apply a method and use the calculations to win the cards.
Take advantage of the math to your advantage and start making money with the sport.
We have already explained why it is important to be patient and use mathematical calculations to win sports bets .
To understand how to make a bet having the certainty of winning you need to know a bit of probabilistic theory.
In particular, it is necessary to know that the probability of an event (eg the victory of a team in a football match) attributed to the same event by the bookmaker (ie by the betting company) is equal to the reciprocal of the indicated quota.
It is therefore necessary to calculate how much 1 is divided by the quota (x 100 if we want the percentage%) to know the probability of the event attributed by the bookmaker.