It’s a battle that plagues every bettor.
Risk vs Growth.
Low Risk = Slow Growth
High Risk = Fast Growth
Everyone would like their betting bankroll to grow as fast as possible.
Unfortunately, the only way to do this is to risk more of your existing bankroll to make that happen, a strategy that all too often spells disaster for anyone brave enough… or daft enough… to try it out.
If you want to make money betting, you have to be willing to stick it out for the long haul.
This means that you should always err on the side of caution and opt for a low risk strategy that will give you slower but steadier growth.
If you get lucky, a high risk approach might work out exceptionally well for you in the short term.
But don’t believe the lies you’ll see on the sales pages of the more disreputable system sellers who tell you that you that their system will double your betting bank every week.
The irresponsible staking necessary for that rapid growth isn’t sustainable and your results and bank balance will crash and burn, just as quickly (if not quicker) than it originally shot up.
There’s no need to go betting all your money too quickly.
There will always be another race, there will always be another football match.
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Until next time,