Solo Fixed Match
Leicester – Chelsea
Tip: 1X(DC) Odds: 1.60 Result: 2:0
KR Reykjavik – Fjolnir
Tip: 1 Odds: 1.30 Result: 3:2
Southampton – Shrewsbury
Tip: 1 Odds: 1.33 Result: 2:0
Not Keeping Records
With sports betting, it’s always a good idea to keep some records. Our suggestion is that you track at least two different things at a minimum: your bankroll and your betting performance history. By monitoring both of these, you’ll have a better pulse of what’s happening in your sports betting career.
Up first, you’ll definitely want to track your bankroll. Without doing this, you’ll quickly lose track of how much money you have to bet with. As you do your sports betting, you’ll win some wagers and lose some. It’s vital that you update your bankroll according to the amount of profit or loss that you have along the way. Based on your betting performance, your bankroll may increase or decrease.
The other thing that you’ll want to keep a record of is your actual betting performance. By keeping track of this, you’ll be able to see a historical snapshot of your betting history. Using this, you can see strategies and bet types that work better for you than others. This can be an excellent way to learn from the past to make for a better future.
If you’re planning to begin keeping records, you can do it with simple pen and paper, or you can get more advanced and use Microsoft Excel. Whichever way you decide to proceed, make sure that you’re religious about entering updates as they happen. By doing this, you’ll be sure that your data is always up to date and reliable for decision making.