This is where discipline comes in, you should only bet on things that you have a lot of knowledge in or have researched, you dont really want to be betting on a team from Algeria when the only player you recognise from the country is Mahrez and cant name one of the starting 11, stick to what you know, don’t go placing bets based on inplay stats and team names you can’t pronounce.
Now my next point is very important and ive seen ALOT of people do it and i cant understand why, CHASING LOSSES and COVERING BETS! these are both things you should NEVER do! its throwing money away for nothing, and chasing losses shows your judgment is already clouded, if your bet is losing, consider it lost and move on, dont attempt to cover it or chase the loss by placing another bet, just relax yourself and let it go.
Another thing that grinds my gears is people saying “certs” / “lumping” earlier on this week i saw a tipster suggest a “LUMP” bet on game where the team had already qualified, now a few things stuck out to me, 1. he was clearly heavily affiliated on a commission based deal 2. he was a dodge guy, he deleted his tweets soon after it lost, i cant help but think about all those people who chucked their whole betting bank on it thinking it was a sure winner.
Lumping isnt the way to result in profit, you may get lucky from it a few times, and dont get me wrong 1. im guilty of lumping myself, but thats because ive managed to make enough from gambling to afford to, and 2. because i would never ever advise a lump. its unprofessional, ive only every “lumped” twice, one was a winner and one lost, both researched extensively, so it just goes to show sometimes no matter how much you research lumping isnt the method to use in order to stay in long-term profit, and nothing is a “cert”.
🧅I have never and will NEVER advise my punters to lump and thats a promise.