Football betting is now a huge industry and also a sure fire way to make a income, be it a secondary income or a primary one like mine.
I have specialised in football betting for 4 years now and would like to pass some insights onto you in this article. Football betting is now a global market. With the likes of figures like David Beckham taking the game afield and Manchester United visiting Asia the game is now more popular than ever worldwide. When something becomes popular the opportunity to make money in a number of ways presents itself.
The first rule when betting on football is to avoid standard bookmakers. They will price up a football match with a huge percentage in their favour. Placing your bets at a betting exchange gives you much better value for your money no matter what sort of bet you wish to make.
Avoid accumulator bets. These sporting bets have never made any sense to me whether in football, horseracing or golf. Why throw three winners down the drain for the sake of one loser?
Scorecast bets – trying to predict the correct score, time of goal, first or last goalscorer are just bread and butter for the bookmakers. They want as many of these bets as possible. The odds against you are huge and the odds paid out are small in relation to the true value. Football betting has seen a massive growth in this market, with all sorts of «special» bets appearing. Under no circumstances should you consider placing these bets.
Having narrowed things down you are now left with single, win, lose or draw bets placed at betting exchanges. Every day there are bets that leap out of the screen at me. I pick these off daily and make a fantastic tax free living. All it takes is a few minutes research and a good amount of discipline.
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