Today I want to discuss a fascinating documentary I recently watched on sports betting and gambling in America and the lessons we as punters can take from it – wherever we are based and whatever it is we bet on.
The show itself is called Action and over the course of 4 one hour long episodes, it explores the legalisation of sports gambling as the industry in the US develops following the lifting of the previous ban on betting in the American Supreme Court last year.
It follows several characters throughout the 2018/19 NFL (American Football) season and the very different ways they seek to make an income from betting.
The very latest SBC Magazine is out now – and its a Tennis Betting special as we focus on the expert Tennis Tipster with a phenomenal record.
Over the course of 36 months and more than 23,000 tips, this tennis algorithm has made 1941 points profit @ 8.39% ROI and for the first time ever – you can read our extremely detailed review of what’s on offer.
Developed by an ex-poker player and based on a model using Artificial Intelligence, we have been suitably impressed by the standard of service and level of betting bank growth offered to those following it in.
Best of all you can save €40 on the cost of a subscription to the service as an SBC member, thanks to the major Tipster Savings we negotiate on your behalf.
In this fascinating article, Matthew Walton delves into the battle between strike-rate and profit and the real-life mental challenges that occur when using tipsters, especially those that select bets at big odds and to low strike-rates.
Like Matthew, I have seen far too many punters quit a good tipster all too early because they suffered more losers then they could handle. Despite the fact that when a bet did win, it won big.
There is no shame in falling foul of this especially when you consider the pain of a losing bet is twice the joy we get from backing a winner.
It’s a psychological test – all of which makes it vitally important that as punters we absorb as much information as possible from experts like Matthew. After all, he knows what it takes to win long-term, which is of course what matters most.
It is very rare to find a tipster who is able to maintain an Return on Investment (ROI) of 40%over an extended period of time, yet that is exactly what has happened with one top racing tipster as featured in the latest SBC Tipster Profit Report.
And best of all – if joining this tipster before Midnight on Friday you can enjoy a 50% boost on your membership terms as part of an exclusive ‘Tipster Savings’ deal available only to Smart Betting Club members.
As part of my promise to keep you up to speed on developments on bookmakers offering minimum bet guarantees for betting on horse racing, I have news to share on the ‘mystery’ behind William Hill’s new £500 guarantee offer.
I have spoken with several punters who have been notified of and used this William Hill £500 bet guarantee, yet there has been no official announcement from William Hill, nor can any documentation about it be found on their website.
To find out more, I reached out to the guys at Justice For Punters who in turn had spoke to a trusted source who confirmed that: For every UK & Ireland horse race William Hill agree to lay a horse to win £500 (where a price is available).
If you are looking to turn your betting into an investment, then look no further than the very latest SBC Tipster Profit Report, featuring everything you need to know about the best tipsters with genuine long-term profit figures.
Whatever the sport you are interested in or level of experience betting – inside this report you can discover the tipsters with fully verified, profitable records dating back several years.
Including those with the best profit, ROI and betting bank growth figures PLUS those awarded a prestigious SBC ‘Hall of Fame’ rating.
Today in a slight change of direction, I wanted to share with you some important details on the different levels of protection bookmakers offer the funds you deposit with them.
The standard of security varies greatly from bookmaker to bookmaker and being aware of this and best practice when it comes to withdrawing your winnings is well worth being clued up about.
Whilst it has been a while since we saw a major firm go to the wall without paying out all balances to customers, the highly competitive nature of modern day bookmaking has seen smaller and inefficient firms struggle or be swallowed up by bigger fish on a semi-regular basis.
I also discuss the issues surrounding Ante-post bet placement and why you need to be careful if doing so with certain firms, plus the issues surrounding bookmakers monitoring withdrawal frequency and amounts.
The lessons we can learn from the legendary winning gambler, Bill Benter and how we can apply it to our own betting.
The number 13 might be unlucky for some but this month signifies an important anniversary as we celebrate the 13th year of the Smart Betting Club. A lot has changed since we began back in May 2006, including our name, yet what hasn’t changed is our desire to help ordinary punters maximise their betting profits. So, to […]
As Editor of the Smart Betting Club, my goal is very simple – To help you make money and improve your betting through our independent reporting on tipster services.
One of the ways my team and I do this is through our regular ‘Tipster Profit Reports’ which compare and contrast around 60 different tipsters to help you choose the right ones for you.
So to help showcase how each Tipster Profit Report can help you, today I have put together a free sample report for you to download and explore more on how this all works.