Learn the essentials of sports betting. We created this betting guide section for the beginning punters that want to know about the mechanics of sports betting, types of bets, forms of betting, most important elements of betting analysis or how to choose a bookmaker. This section is a betting school that is a complete introductory guide for new punters. If you just started your adventure with sports betting, we advise you to read the articles from this section first, as it will be easier to understand the following sports betting guides.
Multiple betting means using a single stake to bet on a number of different sports events.
Many of you, while searching for an alternative to the standard 1x2 bets, choose those concerned with the number of goals. You often write in the comment section that you do not fully understand the method of calculating the asian goal lines (asian total). That is why we decided to explain this process step by step. We are certain that after reading this article you will no longer have a problem understanding asian goal lines and their method of calculating.
The asian handicaps (AH) are one of the most interesting form of betting on football because they eliminate the so-called ‘problem of draws’, and every action is calculated in a two-way choice manner. Unexperienced bettors often avoid that type of bookmaking due to their complexity. We assure you though, that there is nothing to be afraid of and correct usage of asian handicaps can considerably simplify the process of succesful bet-making.
Many of you, ask us in the comment section what to do, to be a better punter? Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that question as there is no easy way or a magic trick that will significantly improve your betting effectiveness.
First thing you should do before placing a bet is to decide which form of betting you would like to use. There are few options that are offered by the majority of the bookmakers.
Betting is a gambling activity in which a person place money on a bet, also called wager, in which he has to correctly predict the outcome of a sporting or cultural event in order to win money.