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How to be a better sports bettor

From Nicky Mirando: June 2018

 

Gambling Greatness

We have all heard the story before, an ambitious youngster gets a bankroll together and ventures out to go test his mettle and see if he can turn that humble wad into a stash of cash that will carry him to an early retirement. Well while this is certainly not an easy path to pick, it can be done, but it requires a little strategy, a lot of patience, and some rigorous homework doing.

If you are willing to do your due diligence however, sports betting can become a very lucrative career. There are lots of multi-million dollar gamblers who built their fortune on nothing more than lady luck, instinct, and lots of practice. To do the same, all you need are a few tips and tricks.

The Right Resources

One of the most important things to know to become a better sports bettor is to have the right resources. This means following the right feeds, getting the insider knowledge and information that will give you a leg up on the competition. Nobody is just going to hand you your victory. You have to forge your own path and legacy. Does Indiana Jones ever venture out into untamed countries without bringing along his trusty whip and machete? No, of course not.

That is why you should not get into sports betting until you have the right resources to back you up. You have to have the tools for the job. So make sure that you know the right sites, the right people, and the right places to get the most out of every bet.

Assemble a Strategy

Sports betting is not something for the faint of heart, but if you do it right it can be both fun and lucrative. There is also a lot of information out there that can help you put together a winning strategy, whether it is just inside information, general betting tips, or a passion for the game that keeps you glued to the latest happenings, a plan will help keep you ahead of the competition.

Follow the Greats

One of the best ways to perform better at just about anything you do is to take some guidance from the greats that did it before you. While you may not carve your way to success the same way they did, in fact their path to success may not even be relevant today, but their experiences are invaluable, and their philosophy and approach are valuable resources that will help you make the winning play.

John Aspinall - A must-know for gamblers of any kind, John exemplifies an ideal citizen that also happens to be a heck of a good better. He served time in the Marines and was schooled at Oxford. Interestingly enough it was in Oxford that John started to develop his interest in gambling. John was so sure of himself that he put his whole Oxford term grant on a short odd horse race, and ended up using the winnings to buy a mansion near Canterbury. He is definitely a good name to look up if you plan to become a professional sports better.