BetBlazers teaches you how to get better at betting
One of the benefits of betting is being able to choose which level you want to bet on. It’s your decision how often you bet and how much you want to wager on each bet. To start with we recommend that you bet with caution and when you feel more secure you can start to play more intensively or for larger sums.
1. Put in time
One of the keys to becoming better at betting is to invest time and commitment. Do your homework and find out information relating to the bet you want to make before you place it. The more studied up you are, the better chance you’ll have at being successful. It’s always beneficial to read, watch and analyse sports and matches that you’re interested in playing on.
2. Have a betting strategy
Always have a plan when it comes to betting, and avoid betting impulsively or for large sums. Don’t place a bet just for the sake of it, without having a motive and knowledge. Always remember that you’re playing for real sums.
Set a betting budget and make sure you follow it through. In the long run it’ll make you better at betting. Give yourself a certain amount to play with and stick to it. An important betting tip is to not wager for more than 5% of your bankroll. It’s good to bet with sums that are only between 2-3% of your overall budget. Only bet for 5% when you can be fairly certain of the outcome of a match. Giving yourself a betting kitty with a limit is an important step to take if you want your betting to go to the next level.
3. Make a betting spreadsheet
A simple and easy way to avoid making mistakes is to have an overview of your betting activity. Making a betting spreadsheet will help you to be aware of what your strengths and weaknesses are. By making notes you’ll be able to see which sport or league you are best at or which particular type of bet (e.g. match winner, number of goals etc.) you should seek to avoid or focus toward.
4. Cash in on poorly set odds
Give yourself an advantage against the betting companies by cashin in on poorly set odds. If you’ve done your homework and you manage to find odds you think aren’t quite right then make use of this opportunity. Although, don’t proceed unless you feel absolutely sure of this. You need to be well versed in probability theory and be knowledgeable of the percentages involved in order to fully take advantage of odds that have been set poorly.
A great way to start on your journey to becoming better at betting is to read our experienced and expert betting guides designed specifically with you in mind.