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10 Easy and Sure Ways to Win Football Bets in Nigeria (#3 Will Make You an Instant Millionaire)


Simple approaches to win football wagers: Gambling is, by its extremely nature, a hazard ridden approach to fill your time or even to attempt and profit. Be that as it may, when done sensibly, it can likewise be a fun and energizing expansion to watching sport. Be that as it may, how would you benefit as much as possible from your wager? What's the most ideal approach to get round the bookies' traps that attempt and draw you through their entryways? It's about finding the best an incentive for cash. Regardless of whether that is the correct costs, the correct markets or even the best time to put your wagered on, take after these tips from an ex-wagering shop worker and check whether you can make the most from your betting knowledge.

1. Know your game back to front 

It's not just about which football group has won their last six diversions yet how well they have truly played unpalatably and protectively. Is it safe to say that they were great at keeping ownership or would they say they were fortunate? Which tennis player is having a spat with their mentor? That golfer may have won two majors this season yet what amount of experience does he have on a connections course? These are the sorts of points of interest that will advise your wagering and will better set you up for recognizing those great esteem markets.

2. The favourite doesn’t always win

This appears glaringly evident to bring up, however it is troublesome for any punter to overlook the value bookies have given. A decent case? At the point when Rafael Nadal went up against Fabio Fognini at the Barcelona Open back in April, bookmakers had Nadal as the substantial top choice. He was as short as 1/10 with a few. At first glance this would bode well. Nadal is the King of Clay and has won this very competition a record-breaking eight times. What the bookmakers had ignored was that Fognini had beaten Nadal on dirt just a couple of months prior in Rio De Janeiro. Join this with Fognini's record of thumping out top seeds and all of a sudden his 8/1 cost is looking exceptionally alluring. Fognini went ahead to beat Nadal in straight sets.

3. Don't simply stick to one bookmaker – search around 


There is a major accentuation on brand dedication in the wagering business. Since it's such an aggressive division, organizations will attempt and draw you to wager with them and just them. Regardless of whether this is through different faithfulness plans or uncommon in-shop offers, the expectation is the same. Try not to give them a chance to make you think you shouldn't look around. Check the offers accessible for particular wagers. The primary goalscorer market is a standout amist the most prevalent wagers in football and subsequently, bookies all have their own turn on it. Your exploration ought to reveal to you which of these offers will most suit you for any given match. Be adaptable and be set up to put in the leg work.

4. The fewer selections, the better

This is something that, despite the fact that it appears like sound judgment, punters overlook constantly. The less choices you incorporate into your wager, the more possibility you remain of winning. In case you're wagering to profit think little, not enormous. One group or choice in the event that you can stake enough. Three or four greatest. When you end up putting that 20-overlay collector on, you truly are on cloud cuckoo arrive. Bookies lose the greater part of their cash from singles. An extraordinary illustration would be some hot shot coming into a shop and putting N100,000 on a 4/6 shot. Only one single at a chances on cost however the shop would need to turnover N70,000 to cover that payout alone. In the event that you do what's necessary research, you ought to feel moderately safe putting N100 or N200 on one determination. Yet, trebles typically offer a not too bad return in the event that you truly do need a higher payout. 

5. Avoid the temptation of odds-on prices

If you do find yourself desperately wanting that long-shot bet on a Saturday afternoon, do not pad out your accumulator with odds-on selections. You’re decreasing your chance of winning for next to no extra cash. This is really easy to do in tennis. It’s the opening week of a Grand Slam and you see the top players are all drawn against relative unknowns. It would seem like a great idea to lump them altogether in a multiple to try and win some easy money. But this would be a mistake. Tennis is notorious for offering terrible prices on match-betting and so you could put the world’s elite in a ten-fold and still only manage to scR@pe returns at 3/1. Is it really worth N500 to only treble your money when any single loss at a price of 1/8 (for example) would result in your entire bet going down? Probably not. It would make more sense to do some research and find an up-and-coming player who has a favourable draw and back them at a better price.

6. Consider the less obvious markets

Again, once you’ve done enough research, you should know you’re sport well enough to find better value in the hundreds of other markets the bookies offer. It is arguably a way for the bookies just to provide you with more ways to lose but you can find the good prices if you look hard enough. For example, you might not feel safe putting Leicester City to beat Man City in your accumulator. They’re higher than them in the league but does that mean they’re a stronger team? That’s for the football pages to discuss. But just a minimal amount of research shows that Jamie Vardy is the league’s top scorer. So betting on him to score anytime is as safe as bets come. And at 7/5, it’s not bad value either.

7. Make sure you understand the markets

While we’re on the subject of the less obvious markets, if you do pick an obscure one, make sure to check the terms with the betting shop staff. A common mistake is the half time/full time bet vs to win both halves. If you put a HT/FT bet on, your team simply has to be winning at half time and then win the match. If you back your team to win both halves, you are betting on them to win the first half and the second half separately. The team must score more goals than the opposition in both halves for you to win your bet. It’s a subtle difference but frustrating for punters who come looking to collect winnings when they’re team was leading 2-1 at half time and won the match 2-1. The second-half score must have been 0-0 and so the bet goes down.

8. Don’t bet with your heart

You might really want your team to win. You want it so badly you even start to convince yourself it’s possible. Before you know it, you believe it so much that you’ve put your money on it. And bookies love it because each week they’ll rake it in from all the home fans willing their soon-to-be relegated team to beat the table leaders. Similarly, avoid important events like derby games. The unpredictable element is magnified because there’s more at stake and players may elevate themselves for that extra degree of honour and pride. If you must bet on these events, consider the other markets. They probably won’t beat the table leaders but could they get a goal? Result and both teams to score could be a more sensible bet.

9. Pick your moment

It’s difficult to pinpoint the right time to place your bet because, unlike with horse racing, it’s not ‘best odds guaranteed’ on sports bets but it’s usually best to do it on the day. But most bookies will enhance prices or have special offers ahead of a popular event. Some will do this for the full day of the event itself. Others will boost a price for a set period at random points meaning unless you spend the day in the shop, you’ll only come across these by chance. If it’s a particularly popular event, the bookies will almost certainly be promoting it with offers designed to persuade you to part with your cash. It could mean money back as a free bet if the favourite scores first in a football fixture.

10. It pays to follow less popular sports


Ronda Rousey of the United States receives medical treatment after being defeated by Holly Holm of the United States in their UFC women's bantamweight championship bout during the UFC 193 event
As bookmakers try and offer more and more ways for us to hand over our cash, they are forever expanding the list of sports and markets they cover. This undoubtedly means that they are covering sports they might not know as much about as they would like. A good example is MMA. The sport of mixed martial arts is on the rise and so we are getting increasingly more coverage and more information about competitors. When world bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, stepped into the Octagon at UFC193, she was heavy favourite and her opponent Holly Holm was out as far as 9/1 early and still 6/1 when the fight got underway. But why was Rousey at such a short price? Holm is a boxing world champion while Rousey’s striking is somewhat lacking. Rousey’s strength was her judo, yet Holm had defended 100% of takedowns going into this fight. It was never going to be as clear cut as everyone thought and any real look at the stats ahead of the event suggested that 6/1 was amazing value. Not only did Holm go on to win the fight but she KO’d the champ in just two rounds. If there was an unbeatable formula, bookies would soon go out of business and we’d all be millionaires. Everyone will have good days and bad days but follow these tips and you should soon be able to spot the best value bets available and hopefully reap the rewards!

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  1. Thanks for your interesting information about betting and ways to win

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