If you only dare.. proceed with caution. ;)

Discussion in 'Football Betting' started by Tibbers, Jun 29, 2014.

  1. Tibbers

    Tibbers Active Member

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    Itching to make a bet on your favourite team but is skeptical on which 'trusted' bookie to go to? You are not alone on this one and many have a fair share of getting stuck at this situation, myself included.

    I'm the type of person who is more interested in managing risks that are worthy of my bets with decent returns, rather than leaning towards the cheapest deals that comes with a mediocre value or perhaps a sky-rocket return that is very unrealistic to gain.

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    redcgull Well-Known Member

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    Ive never really understood why people want to have a bet when a race is going on, or 'Bet in Play, Now...!!!' as our Ray says on tv, as I would just rather watch the race than be worried about losing my money or not. I only see it as a way to get further into trouble should you keep losing and then try to get back some of your losses by backing something else to get out of trouble whilst the race is running...

    I do know some people do it, and some are good at it, but I don't see the need to bet while im watching the race. Im more than happy to spend my time before hand reasoning who will or wont win or do well and just stick to that idea...

    Good luck with what your trying to sell here Tibbers, but that's a 'No from me...'
     
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    hi redcgull!

    I do understand from your own standpoint but betting is definitely not for everyone, especially not suitable for people who have a certain ''compulsion''. Rule of thumb, don't bet what you can't risk and never rely on betting as your number one source of income. It's a big No-No! ;)
     
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