7 Gambling Truths

1.When betting on football matches back unfashionable teams playing well. You often get value odds on these matches
“Money won is twice as sweet as money earned!”

2.make sure when backing racehorses the horse acts on the ground. Many professionals consider this the main point to check when assessing form
“Look high look low, and we see that gamblers actually form most of the worlds inhabitants”

3.Don’t bet in every race. Make sure you bet only when the odds are in your favour. Bookmakers have to price up for every race. You don’t have to!
“Luck can often mean simply taking advantage of a situation at the right moment. It is possible to ‘make’ your luck by being always prepared”

4.Look for value for money bets. Try to find false priced favourites and bet against them
“Fortune brings in some boats that are not steered”

5.Set aside a pool of money just for betting - £200, £500, or £1000 are examples. Stake 5% of your betting bank on each selection. When your bank doubles double your stake to 5% of the new bank
“All of us have bad luck and good luck. The man who persists through the bad luck – who keeps going on – is there when the good luck comes – and is ready to receive it”

6.Following in-form trainers and avoiding out-ofform yards can enhance the success of your betting considerably. Try to catch trainers as they come out of the doldrums, and be quickly aware when they are going back in.
“The smarter you play the luckier you will be!”

7. Bet on what you know-Our team of experts on Football Betting make 80% of their money from English and Australian football matches because they have extended knowledge of every team and follow every move closely and do their research. The same can be said for our Horseracing Team who make their money from UK Horseracing and cover every angle possible to keep the odds in theirs and your favour.
“A mans got to have at least one bet a day, else he could be walking around lucky and not know it”

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