Are you limiting your betting profits by only looking at betting from the one angle?
If you ask a hundred different punters what their approach to betting is, you’ll get a hundred different responses. Some responses you might hear are:
“I’m a form based bettor”
“I’m a statistics based bettor”
“I’m a “feel” based bettor”
“I bet based on what jockey is riding the horse”
“I bet based on what trainer trained the horse”
And while I won’t deny that it’s impossible to make a profit by solely focusing on your betting from the one angle, it’s unlikely. And pigeon holing yourself into looking at betting from a single perspective is extremely limiting.
The best bettors will look at all the angles to try and determine whether a horse is underestimated by the betting markets.
And if you want to give yourself the best chance of making a profit from your own selections, that’s what you’ll have to do too.
The trouble is, most aspiring bettors use flawed selection strategies that give them no chance of finding underestimated horses.
In tomorrow’s post I’ll show you how you can avoid making that same mistake yourself.
Until next time,
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