Before getting involved with online sports gambling there are three things you must know about online sports betting so as to know what you are talking about and getting into. There are some risks implied in online sports betting and you should be aware of them right from the beginning. Knowing them though, you will be able to enjoy this online activity, have fun and even earn some extra money.
You will not be able to bet on your own, there will be someone sports booking for you. You will always need someone to accept sports wagers and place them; it can be done by bookies or also by online sports books. Online sports books will take any customers. You have the responsibility to check for references on them or if you made a wrong choice once you placed your money there won’t be much to do.
You may have moral or ethical concerns when it comes to gambling so you must know that this is a widely discussed issue. The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act is centred on the gambling transactions and asks the banks to block the gambling transfers once identified as such, but it doesn’t make gambling illegal though. Digging deeper into different laws and regulations we can say that online sports betting within the United States is not currently legal, even though a generous law interpretation is being handled and there haven’t been any arrests made just for betting online.
No matter how enthusiastic as a sports fan you might be, and no matter how much you know about your favourite sport, this will not make you a good bettor. A fan tends to maintain loyalty towards his/her team, but a good bettor cannot get too bonded with a team or player, since a winner today may be a looser tomorrow. Therefore, if you are too emotionally attached to a team you will need to learn to analyse facts and trends and be cold blooded when it comes to betting or you may soon find yourself with a headache and an empty bank account.
Art Aronson is a tenured bottom-line professional sports handicapper. He is the best ROI handicapper in the business. He is not your typical handicapper.
We’ve all made the odd wager. It usually starts with “I bet you can’t…” And usually ends with something fairly innocuous like “eat five crackers in a minute” or “beat me at tennis”. These pale in comparison to the crazy proposition bets made by gambling legends over the years.
In real, successful sports gambling, the experts have learned that the key is to obtain value every time they place a bet - meaning better than a team's "true" odds. For example, if every objective assessment assumes the underdog should get 3.5 points ...