One question we are often posed here at the Smart Betting Club refers to what type of bets a keen punter should look to focus on if he wants to be a success, especially when betting on Football.
Very often the simple answer for this is…look at the type of bets the bookmakers advertise and then go nowhere near them!
Because if you were to login to a bookies website or visit your local turf accountant shop, you would quickly notice the type of bets they advertise, which are in markets such as…
- First goalscorer
- Correct score
- Refunds if a certain player scores the winner
It isn’t because bookmakers have suddenly seen the light and actually want you to win money, but more the fact they know these type of bets are very hard to call.
The bottom line is these type of bets pay for bookies to go on holiday…or more likely these days, swell the shareholders coffers!
Therefore the next question that might fall from your lips could well be…
So what bets should you look for when football betting?
Well one way that you can certainly look to place bets the bookies hate is by focusing on what are called ‘Asian Handicap’ bets.
Despite the strange name, these type of bets can be extremely profitable as they both cover the draw and level the playing field betting on football.
Did you know for example that the draw is the biggest killer of betting profits on football betting in the UK? If we observe the 12,103 games between 2006/07 and 2010/11, the losses betting on the draw at 1 pt level stakes is -985.72 pts. In comparison the losses backing home games is -574 pts and away games -699.75 pts.
Asian Handicaps, once you get to grips with them, are a fantastic string to your betting bow. What’s more bookies hate punters who use them as generally it means they are clued up – and a danger to the amount of bubbly their shareholders get at their AGM!
This is why in our latest Sports Betting magazine (Issue 65 released Friday 28th October) we have a full guide to Asian Handicap betting. In it we reveal…
- Our introduction to Asian Handicaps for beginners
- What all the Asian Handicap numbers mean and reference chart
- Just why they can be so profitable and why they are more familiar than you think.
- How to get better odds on your AH bets with our unique SBC Calculator
- When not to use AH bets
This guide has all been supplemented by expert hints and tips from our very best football tipster – Skeeve of www.skeevepicks.com. He has a tremendous record of success using Asian Handicap bets dating back many years and he has put forward his own personal expertise on how to best use them.
After all when someone like him speaks (Since 2006 he would have grown your betting bank by 765%), we find it pays to listen and just why it is such a coup to have his expertise on hand.
The Free Bets That Would Have Grown Your Bank By 116%
It’s not only the theory and expert guidance that you can pick up on topics such as Asian Handicap betting as an SBC member but also free tips to follow to put it into practice.
That is because football expert Skeeve will all season long be supplying his Shortlist bets to SBC members only – and they are well worth following!
His Shortlist bets have an extremely profitable record of 23.22 pts profit at 1pt level stakes since 2010/11, during which time your betting bank would have grown by 116.10%
Check out his full stats below, including how well he has started this season – all of which has been and will continue to be available for free to Smart Betting Club members.
Therefore if you are keen to not only learn about the shrewd way to bet on football but also follow Skeeve’s Shortlist bets – a Smart Betting Club membership is all you need.
Click here to join today and pick up Skeeve’s tips for this weekend.