1001 Great Gambling Tips by Graham Sharpe PDF

By Graham Sharpe

ISBN-10: 1843440431

ISBN-13: 9781843440437

Gambling specialist Graham Sharpe pulls from the perception of a few of the largest names within the having a bet during this final guide to studying tips on how to beat the percentages whenever. members contain Jeremy Chapman, said grasp of golfing making a bet; tournament-winning poker seasoned Julian Thew; and such normal playing tipsters as Dave Mitchell, Rolf Johnston, Tony Lewis. along useful insights and issues of recommendation, the superior secrets and techniques and tales from playing lore also are integrated. even if it’s horse or puppy racing, activities making a bet, exchanges, unfold making a bet, poker, or the other kind of making a bet chance, this designated reference is your consultant to smarter and extra ecocnomic gambling.

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Tips for intermediates You now know your totals markets betting from your match bets and your indexes. It’s therefore time to look at the more intrinsic do’s and don’ts of spread betting. One of the keys to spread betting is looking at markets where you think punters will naturally want to be one side of the line, therefore pushing the price in a false direction. For example, the time of the first goal in a football match is a natural sell because anyone’s instinctive will is to cheer an early goal.

Spread betting asks a punter to go high or low of a price offered. If you think the outcome of the event will be higher than the price quoted you ‘buy’ and if you think it will be lower than the price set you ‘sell’. Each market is set in units. For example, runs in a cricket match means each run will be one unit, or for goals in a football match, one unit will be one goal. Once you have decided whether you want to be higher or lower you simply add a stake per unit. For example, you might buy at £2 per run in the first innings of a Test match.

The same theory can be used for so many markets, like runs in a Test match or total aces in a tennis match. Like all good fixed-odds punters you must keep a record of all your bets. Only then will you be able to see which markets you are good at predicting and which ones you aren’t. In spread betting there is not a fixed liability on your bets, so you can be very good at betting one type of market, such as shirt numbers in football, but have a disaster on just one game. Even if you are a loser overall on the market because of one disastrous bet you know your betting plays are good.

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