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PATIENCE, DISCIPLINE & REALISTIC EXECTATIONS
Patience and discipline are the two most important elements you need to understand in depth before you can succeed in sports betting professionally. We stress the importance of money management which is important but without patience and discipline there is no money to manage. In sports betting like the stock market having discipline is a special ability – if you cannot get a firm grasp on discipline and its importance in sports betting then you will never have an edge over the guy next to you. It seems easy but mastering patience and discipline is the most difficult challenge facing today’s sports bettors today with hundreds of betting websites and bookies just a click or phone call away. For 99% of bettors it’s virtually impossible to maintain patience and discipline over the long haul. The best way to overcome potential downfalls is to take it one day at time. Go off course for one day, win a game on your own, think you’ve got in under control then bam it snowballs and you begin chasing until the account is dry. By the time that pit in your stomach hits you it’s too late your bankroll is gone.
RISKS VS REWARDS
Every time a bettor places a bet, he or she stakes a % of their bankroll, the size of which may or may not vary, according to their preferences and predetermined ideas. Using smaller fixed stakes involves less risk of losing the bankroll entirely. For a successful bettor the chances of ever losing it entirely are diminished. For a bettor without a unit size, the misfortune of losing will unfortunately be unavoidable, but it will not come around as quickly. In terms of growing the bankroll, smaller stakes will naturally contribute smaller profits, but more stable growth.