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Jesper

Re: Daily Trades
« Reply #15 on: July 17, 2019, 12:48:53 PM »
I like the NOZ but at BV the give you a sign, you will not be paid if you play more.  The first alert is "This bet is extremely high", the next is your payout has been restricted.  Next time you download the casino the table max is down.  I look for casinos to spread out, but then I need fast pay out, and trust. Otherwise I will have a lot of money on accounts. They let you win a limit as normally 6000 Euro. But even if you win slow they trow the alerts. In all other cases they are  trustfully. I have used them for long.  They do not like high betting which win.
 

Sputnik

Re: Daily Trades
« Reply #16 on: July 17, 2019, 04:12:07 PM »


UnlikelySam one light strike me when i join a webinar about sportsbetting.
One part talk about the way punters give up and move to the next strategy and going around in circels.

This was spot on, i recognice this behavior. Test one strategy and get some loses and skip that method and move to the next.
When the solution was to stick with the first method and tweak and change things until the strategy work with satification.

We have to aviod going around in circels and stick to one solution and understand that losses is part of the game.
What counts is the monthly return on investment, not daily winning and loses.
This is a very importan lesson.

I see this on this forum and other boards, is very common misstake going around in circels ending up with nothing.
Just want to mention this as it made me recognice this behavior and that is a common misstake you see punters do every single day one forum boards.

Cheers
 

Jesper

Re: Daily Trades
« Reply #17 on: July 17, 2019, 04:20:17 PM »
As there are not any method which not can lose, and they think there are, so if things goes bad, they try another. The reasons there are so many methods is just that, some think it exist one which always are winner. That is the failure, no casino would exist with present rule if that were the case.  All gambling including that which has some part of skill, are victims to thinking the method and skill outperforming the luck.
 

UnlikelySam

Re: Daily Trades
« Reply #18 on: July 17, 2019, 04:58:39 PM »
Sputnik that's quite true... Too many times one does not even question why it even failed in the first place ; the idea is just tossed aside and on to the next and the cycle continues. I started out years ago on the over 1.5 market and lol still play it up to now ; the beauty of things are that its not uncommon for most matches to end 1:1...
 

Sputnik

Re: Daily Trades
« Reply #19 on: July 23, 2019, 12:29:01 PM »


Scaling Up

It sounds easy to scale up from 10 Euro bets to 100 Euro bets when you have a winning strategy.
But the mental stress to get winning strikes and stay on the positive side of things make it worse and very difficult.

I try this and I start losing only because of the mental stress trying to win every trade.
When you play with lower bets you don't feel the mental stress on the same level and you have a much more easy approach to accept loses.
And you know that you will end up in the positive area, in the long run, having an edge.
You are in a comfort zone where you can deal with winning and loses with healthy psychical mental strength.

But when you stake 100 Euro bets you feel your life depend on every single trade and the drawdown take a huge bite into your bankroll.
Now there is a solution for this, scaling up 10% each time your bankroll grow and stay on that level until you feel the comfort zone.
Then increase the scaling up slowly.

Cheers

 
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UnlikelySam

Re: Daily Trades
« Reply #20 on: July 23, 2019, 04:11:08 PM »
Sputnik is a Sports Trading Warrior 8)  Sound solid advice in your post mate...