- Luck doesn’t count in sports betting (in the long run).
- The short term hardly counts, it is just “noise” in our graph / results.
- What makes us win or lose in the long run.
- The coin experiment.
- In the long term, what we think could be bad luck such as injuries, goals in the last minute, penalties, etc … is balanced.
- Make wrong decisions when considering the short term.
Luck does not influence betting
Luck exists. There are people who are born with a star and on the other hand, other people never manage to reach it. Luck is valid in many facets of life, however, it does not influence long-term betting. Luck or intuition is not an infallible method, a correct strategy, it is.
Beginner’s luck is more myth than reality. It is true that an inexperienced user can get it right and pocket a large amount of money. However, luck may be on your side on one occasion, perhaps two, and if we hurry three. But beyond that, if the user wants to continue betting and win, they must follow a scientific system. A strategy that allows you to know when, where and why to bet.
Knowledge vs. random
Before betting, it is necessary to analyze the game in question. Each game is different and unique and the previous analysis will give you greater joys than shocks. The more you master the betting sector, the easier it will be to get the predictions right and obtain optimal results.
Never bet with your heart. Be practical, smart and pragmatic. If you are a soccer fan and your team plays, when you place a bet, use a scientific strategy that allows you to bet correctly. Or directly, never bet on your favorite team .
Professional gambling players rely on complex mathematical and statistical methods. Probably each professional player has his own method to hit in the complex world of betting. They create statistical tables of any element of the team or the game. Accurate data ranks that determine the chances of success. Betting luck doesn’t work in the long run.
People who rely on intuition to bet do not take into account the surprise factor. Something that usually happens in games. For example, in a soccer game there is always a clear favorite. However, having the best team is no guarantee of success. The bottom team can win the game without anyone waiting for it.
The currency method and the binomial calculator.
To demonstrate this video we have used the Binomial calculator .