How to become a part of the 1% successful bettors in the world..
Back in 1971 I hadn't grasped the significance, but as I faced financial hardship for the very first time in my young life, it happened while I was placing a bet on the 1971 Super Bowl between the Baltimore Colts and the Dallas Cowboys. I was just sixteen years old. Little did I know, that moment marked the initial stride on my journey that eventually led me to compose this chapter. From that moment until now, I have been through more trials and tribulations than anyone could ever imagine. It's safe to say that, over the course of my sixty-plus years of betting, I have wagered millions of dollars.
There are three essential elements of a good sports betting system: handicapping, a betting strategy and a money management plan.
The first order of business: sit down and decide what you want to risk. Start with the assumption that you'll lose it all. The simple fact is you can't play without a bankroll, so the top priority should be to do everything possible to protect the money you decide to risk. With that thought in mind, I recommend that you set specific limits on how much you wager. Ideally, you should not risk any more than 1 to 3 percent of your bankroll on any single bet. This allows you to spread the risk and limit significant losses.
Being a good handicapper is, of course, essential to being a winning sports bettor. I have teams of handicappers that develop power ratings for every sports team-and ratings on every single player, in addition to keeping statistics on all of the important factors that go into a game. We make outcome predictions for every sports game, just like the Las Vegas bookmakers. And I bet my opinion against those bookmakers' opinion. My track record speaks for itself.
After you've developed a handicapping strategy, it's time to think about betting. But before you start betting, you must develop a betting strategy. The goal is simple: to get the best price. Set limits on how much you will wager. Do not waver from it and don't chase losses by betting on games you didn't plan to bet on. To be successful, you must identify bets that have value. And that takes work.
You're absolutely right in thinking that it's a lot of work to become a successful sports bettor. It's also not crazy that only 1% of sports bettors are successful. You will have to be very consistent and disciplined to become successful.
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By Dr. J (Jason) Brozon