2022 is coming with my new strategy.
Here are its characteristics compared to the previous one:
- The average odds will decrease
- The winning percentage will increase
- The number of bets will also increase
This will have the effect of reducing the variance, moderate the emotions (good or bad) felt by all bettors, and finally take more detachment from bets.
Sports betting is tough, it takes a hell of a mind to get by.
The results are judged over the long term, and you can judge.
Long live tennis.
The month is going to end (barring a miracle) in the negative, what are the lessons?
Here is what I think:
You have subscribed for one month, I think nothing good of that because a tipster is judged on the long term.
Renewing your subscription for 1 month is a mistake. 3 months is the most popular (is that a relevant criterion?), 1 year is the most profitable.
Will July be a good month?
I don't know and nobody knows.
I remind you that a minimum bankroll of 1,000 units is required. And all bets must be taken.
Confidence is earned over time, and it's not something easy to get or give.
In the end, this is your choice.
Good luck in all your bets.
My mood of the day
I'm annoyed, not because I'm starting June in the negative, it's the variance and I expect it, I have no problem with it. What annoys me are the people who take a monthly subscription...
Betting should be thought over time, it is an investment and as I repeat, 3 months is a minimum. If I could, I would refuse one month subscriptions but I don't have the control over that.
How can you judge a tipster over a month? What is your goal? If the month is a loss, what do you do?
A multi-month subscription is cheaper and the profit guarantee is much higher. You will tell me that those who subscribed for the month of May must be delighted. I would reply that those who left afterwards have not understood anything about betting, they are casino players, nothing else.
Finally, just a reminder, to hope to generate a minimum of profit (subscription deducted), your bankroll must be at least £1000
Long live tennis!