Before we get started, we preach the following motto. Follow the 5 P’s in everything you do in life, especially in Sports Betting.
“Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance”. This will help you bet with your head and never over it. This lets you enjoy your sports betting experience and prevents you from crapping out to soon. Treat this journey as an investment. Here we go……
Step 1 – How to act. Never show your heart on your sleeve. Keep your emotions to yourself. Don’t act crazy when you lose and don’t brag when you win. Act like a pro.
Step 2 – Establish a bankroll. How much money can you afford to lose over a year. Or, how much money would you like to invest. Once this is determined, stick with your plan and do not detour from the plan until you win at least 50% of your bankroll. Once this occurs, adjust you wagers accordingly. DISCIPLINE RULES!!
Step 3 – Measure your unit of wager per bet. Wager in the following increments, depending how strong your play is, either 1,1.5 or 2% of bankroll. Nothing more or nothing less. This guarantees your betting within your means at all times.
Step 4 – join sports books who give you fair odds. See our guide on recommend sports books we use.
Step 5- Read the sports books House rules and Sports rules. Nothing is more discouraging to find out your bet is no action because they didn’t play the minimum amount of time in the contest you wagered on.
Step 6 – Read the sports betting glossary on our page so you understand the important sports betting terms.
Step 7 – Always refer to our Today’s Schedule. This will show you who’s playing and the correct time the event starts. This will prevent you from missing out on a game you thought started at 3:30 but was time changed to noon.
Step 8 – check injuries and weather. We recommend to check different sources on twitter or join DonBest mobile odds for all important betting information.
By following these 8 steps, reading our blogs, stories and visiting our chat rooms, will give you a much better chance of profiting from your sports betting
May All Your Wagers Be Winners
The Road Runner