My Sports Betting Philosophy
Posted by tipsthatmakeprofits
Posted on Sat, Dec 12, 2020
In my opinion, winning is about counting the money in the long term, not counting wins and losses.
Thus, the majority of sports bettors are often fixated on their winning percentage under the false perception that a good winning percentage will lead to money to count. This is NOT the case!
If you buy my picks, one of the things you will have to do is accept that you will lose more bets than you win using my picks. However, you will soon enough understand that the search for a high winning percentage is the fastest way to lose money because it leads to taking sucker bets and those that the book has an obvious, built-in advantage on.
While you are losing more of your bets, you will be making more money. That is just the way the lines work when you play them correctly and use my picks. In addition, I suggest that you only place one bet a day. Of course, there will always be exceptions!
Winning percentage is ALWAYS going to be a reflection of the lines you bet. Most will tell you that it takes a 52.4% win rate to break even in sports betting. That is FALSE.
In my opinion, always bet to win more than you risk because that is the one certain way to make sure the books do NOT have a monetary advantage.
I have found that the higher the lines, within reason, the more profit potential there is in the bet.
Like any sport on the money line, you want to find games that match up equal teams while paying a
strong dog a big payout, or as close as you can find. The closer the two teams are, the more likely the
payout on a dog win.
When looking for the perfect money line game, we want a winning team that pays out pretty good.
Just remember, by buying my picks, you will win more money by losing more of your bets and that is what you want to do! Isn’t it?