It is no news that though a lot of sport lovers do baseball betting, the outcome always naturally has a probability of 50-50. Now, considering the fact that this probability has an unlikely result, we can surely be certain that knowing how to bet is an art which needs to be studied with almost the same mental strength of an engineering course. Only kidding. By understanding this, you will make a gambling philosophy for yourself and ensure that with such a theory which you have accessed and tested, it is right and valid. It can also be argued that despite the fact that sometimes things go wrong, this philosophy of yours should work basically 90% of the time. In other words, it should almost never be wrong. This philosophy of yours should be like a set of rules which keep you in line, as it protects both you and your money.
While on the pitch, the players are trying to do their best to win. Spectators on the other hand, only anticipate who will and who will not win. The betters cannot be guessers. They practically have to know before a match starts, who will win. Knowing this cannot be by pure guessing but by putting ones analytical skills to practice. Analyzing and strategizing will save you from much pain which definitely is the pain caused by loosing your precious money over and over. It’s not like those who keep winning are more 'baseball blessed' but because before they place a bet, they study the outcome like a blind man deciphering a puzzle.
HOW TO BET
Baseball is a very tricky game. Lots of people look at the ads board and actually get confused as to what the numbers mean. For example -140 or +120. The Yankees might be -140 and they are playing the Red Socks which are +120. What you do is the Yankees -140 means you would bet $140 to win a 100 or with $14 you will have to put up to win for every 10. So this means you will be putting up with the Yankees for $28 to win 20 or if you like the other side, the Red Socks +120 you will be putting up a $100 to win 120. This implies that your total comeback would be $220. You can also bet by the runlines like saying maybe -1.5 with the Yankees and the Red Socks are +1.5. So in case you do not want to bet with Yankees in -140 and you think the Yankees are going to win by more than a run, you can take the Yankees -1.5 runs ,say +$1.10 or $1.20. In this way you are getting on the plus side. Or if you like the Red Sock's +1.5 runs, you could take their +1.5 runs for instance with their -120 moneyline. Also they have the totals in baseball under which you can bet on. In a regular field, there may be two pitchers who are not very good with high earned run averages(ERA) and they put up a total of 9. You can bet the total over or under 9 based on both teams combined score.
Imagine the Red Socks loosing three games in a row, in a four game series. Normally you can safely assume based on trust that how on earth will they afford to loose the last game. So saying they are due to win can cause you to bet. But that's not how you want to play. You want to place your bet with team that plays very good baseball, probably won four to five games in a row and you also want to stick with that team even when it looses because you might be able to get them as the Underdog, like two or three games out of a four game series. Sticking with the teams all through as they win gets them on the plus side. Be it +$1.10 or more.
The pitchers matter a lot and you would want to look at their statistics together with their activities over the course of the years and their prior records against particular teams. This is very important because certain pitchers have an advantage over some teams and even batters in some cases. After all this analysis, we can come to terms that you can bet based on: -Moneylines -Features and Season Wins -5-Inning Lines -Runlines -Totals -Alternate Runlines Studying these points in detail with respect to each team's activity can save you from the baseball betting trouble. Bovada Sports book can also be a very helpful for your betting purposes with up to $250 of free bets.
Many at times, betters make hasty decisions based on many factors which undoubtedly cloud their judgement most of the time, and forces them to act based on how they feel at a particular moment putting them on the wrong side of the bet.
Some reasons include:
Pressure If a better cannot handle the pressure, then this is not the game for him or her. Things are constantly changing in this game, which makes prediction impossible. Your heart will always be on the run. So if you feel pressurized always, you should not get into this.
Betting Much On Individuals While in the betting game exist gamblers and investors, a better should not bet more on an individual because the games take longer to unfold and it is somehow chasing a loss with bigger bets.
Greed When betters win a lot, lets say five times in a row, they tend to have that feeling of wanting to win more no matter the risk and somehow they feel their win will be somehow a chain reaction. Betting too much money on any individual game or betting certain amounts of money on too many games affect a betters pocket and are examples of greed. Betting While Drinking This mistake always happens as we find ourselves usually with friends taking shots and suddenly engaging in the most irrational decisions ever. As a professional sports better, you would not want to take decisions under a drink. Be sure to be sober and in a right frame of mind.
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Alex Greene are Senior Editor at Sports Intensity, an online sportsbook review site dedicated to providing objective sports betting advice to the sports betting community. Visit their website: http://gambling-and-sports.com
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