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    • #9085


      What sport is good to start betting?

    • #9088


      Commonly, the most commonly wagered games are:

      Whether the most commonly bet on game directs on the best game to bet on is another matter, but quite simply one should be placing their money on an area in which they are either receiving tips from a knowledgeable punter or a sport in which they have a great interest and knowledge in.

    • #9089


      HM…it is an interesting question

    • #9092


      I consider that for the most part it depends on what kind of sport you like. As I am a soccer coach, I think that betting on soccer is the best. I almost never miss a match(on https://777score.in/ I always can check broadcasts) and betting makes it much more enjoyable to watch! But it is always fun to bet also on tennis, basketball.

    • #9657


      I love betting but I am unlucky and practically always loose money

    • #9659

      Sony Backer

      As a variant sports betting can be a kinda of extra money income. Still I do not consider betting being profitable at all because you need special knowledge about sports betting, all those tables and info players etc. But when you can win something without special knowledge it is the best variant. For instance at Drakemall website (read reviews https://drakemall.info/drakemall-reviews-and-opinions/ you can get a modern gadget from a mystery box for free. I am planning to win some Christmas presents:)

    • #13857


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    • #14408


      Football will be always the #1 sport to do it, no doubt.

    • #14833


      Hi, if you are looking on steady profit making with sports bets without risk of losing then I can recommend you arbitrage betting. Using it, it does not matter which sport you bet on.

      It’s called 0 risk betting strategy and it implements arbitrage betting. Using this strategy, the bets are placed on both participating teams or players, therefore the outcome of the game is not relevant. What is relevant is how the bets are placed.
      Different bookies have different odds on every game, sometimes in close games the odds of the team winning are close and the team that is being favored by bookies may differ. One bookmaker can favor Team A, while other may favor Team B.
      Let’s say that the bookie has odds of 2.13 for Team A to win and different bookie has odds of 2.20 for Team B to win. For this example, let’s assume that the sport is Basketball or other sport that cannot end with a tie result. If we place 200$bet on each of the teams to win it gives us a minimum profit of 26$or maximum profit of 40$depending on which team turns out to be victorious.

      Here are calculations of this situation:

      Team A wins: 200$ (bet amount) * 2.13 (odds) = 426$ total win
      Profit: 426$– 400$ (total bet on both teams) = 26$ profit
      Team B wins: 200$ (bet amount) * 2.20 (odds) = 440$ total win
      Profit: 440$– 400$ (total bet on both teams) = 40$ profit

      Either way you have gained at least a 6.5% profit of your investment.

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    • #26795

      Rob K. Mayberry

      Think about eSport games. There are a lot of championships and tournaments nowadays including csgo live matches, Dota 2 live matches, LoL live matches and other popular esport games that are played by millions. This niche is developing nowadays in my opinion and it is still fresh if comparing git with soccer or basketball betting. I think it is better for newbies as this market will be easier to learn.

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