One of the things that is required to be a winning sports bettor is discipline. Of course, choosing the right matches to bet on is very important but not everyone who does that can be winning bettor in long term. In this blog post I will mention some of the very important points of the betting discipline concept so that you don't lose all your winnings in minutes later in your betting life.
You successfully completed your first step to be a winning bettor, you have found ТipstersPlace. What ТipstersPlace offers you is the winning bets but you should be very careful using them because it is very easy to get tilted and lose everything. In order to not get tilted you should stick with the unit-staking plan of your desired tipster. Don't forget, they are already winning bettors with their strategy so there is no point on changing what is already working. Even if you have extra confidence on a pick your tipster has shared, do not increase your stake on it because if it losses you might get tilted and try to win back what you have lost. This is very dangerous in not only sports betting but in all the gambling world. Don't get mad because you missed a tip your tipster shared and it won. There is no point on trying to make that money back because you will lose more often than you win if you go on tilt.
Another important thing is the gambler's fallacy. This is very common in the gambling world and it is as dangerous as chasing your losses. Don't forget, gambling and betting are built upon the concept of probability. What we are doing here as the tipsters at ТipsterPlace is to try to identify the mistakes the bookies did while they calculate probabilities for the events. The thing is, every bet and every match are independent from each other. You can think of it like this: The chance of a red number to come in European roulette is approximately 48.6%. Every spin is independent from each other so if you spin the roulette wheel 9 times and you see 9 consecutive black numbers coming, the probability of seeing a red number in the 10th spin is still 48.6%. This is also true in sports betting. Just because your tipster had 7 loses in row, it does not mean that the next pick will have more chance of being a win, and vice-versa. So increasing the stakes as your tipster goes on a losing streak will not do any good for you.
These two concepts (not chasing losses and avoiding gambler's fallacy) will make sure that you don't lose your winning in a short period of time and keep that profit in long term.
This blog post was written by our tipster Alper Ersoy