The Aim Of The Game Is To MAKE MONEY.
If you are achieving an average return on each bet of more than 20% or
30%, I believe you need to rework your approach, and do a little work to
get that POT back down a little by making the smaller positive expectation
bets. Yes, bring your POT down! How many good bets do you think you are
missing, if you wait all year, and make only 12 bets, but you have 80%
POT? You are making money on those 12 bets only. OK, fair enough, you may
make those bets quite large in relation to your bankroll, but bear in
mind, you may be able to make two, three, ten or even more times the
amount you are making now by taking those smaller edges.
The article . . .'The difference between your edge and your
expectation'at www.puntingace.com follows on from this concept. Reading
this one article may make $1,000's of dollars of difference to your bottom
line over the course of a year.
Remember, it is not how many winners you back, but how much money you
make. Leave the bragging and high turnover figures to the 'heroes'.
Australians Matt Elliott and Jess Kirley of http://www.puntingace.com/ , have been investing together
professionally on sports for over 3 years now. They take a very
mathematical approach to their betting, and liken it more trading a
commosity like stocks than actual gambling. They continue to lead the
industry with innovative approaches to sports betting and their reputation
among their peers is a testinmony to that. Visit http://www.puntingace.com/ to discover how you too can
turn your hobby of betting into a profitable endeavour.