How to know if a tipster is legitimate
In other articles we have explained what a tipster is. In summary, we can say that “a tipster is a gambler who collaborates by sharing, through the internet or social networks, their predictions on sports bets in traditional bookies. This collaboration can be free or paid.”
The tipster world is as vast as the universe itself. Caution, attention and knowledge not to fall into the networks of non-professional people / platforms who seek to make money by deceiving inexperienced users. As we always say in The Magazine Sport learning, knowledge, head and caution. Learn to discern false bettors.
As in life, words are blown away, but deeds are not. In today’s video, Francisco J. shows how to know if a tipster is legitimate. Thanks to some simple and simple tips, you will be able to know how to unmask false tipsters or even platforms. And another fundamental aspect, what to look for when analyzing your results. What is there to ask? What is there to observe? How to unmask a fake tipster?
You have to say and make it clear that there are legitimate tipsters. Although it is true that it is a minimum percentage, since most are not. They are dedicated to modifying picks and delivering results. For this reason, it is essential to learn to identify them. Do not fall into their trap.
Do you want to see results live?
Francisco J. shows step by step how to learn to identify false gamblers and does so through a practical example using Sportmarker. Sportmarker is an aggregator of bookmakers that do not limit you.