Typical mistakes in live betting
Bets on the course of the match are in demand. You can watch the broadcast and guess the outcomes in real time. If luck is on your side, you will win very soon. But if you do not develop a strategy and do not follow the bank, then live bets are a sure way to financial losses.
There are certain mistakes that beginners often make when making bets. Carefully read our tips and try to avoid such situations, in the future they will help you save money and nerves.
Large sums of money.
In the last minutes of the match, it seems that nothing will happen. Newcomers believe that a coefficient of 1.05 for 3 minutes before the end of the match guarantees them 5% of the net profit in their pocket. But what is 5%? With a $ 100 bid, it's only plus $ 5. The player linearly projects 5% on a large bet amount and mentally wins 5 thousand. Such a gain seems tangible. The bet is made.
But suddenly, at the last second, the team scores a goal, the bet does not pass. A large sum is lost. The paradox is that the player did not want to make such a large bet. He was pushed by a sense of excessive control over the situation. This should not be allowed, you can lose too much.
Attempts to recoup.
This is the second error, which often goes in conjunction with the first. Let's say a player has made a large bet on a low coefficient, and this bet does not pass. In such a situation, the player panics and begins to think about how to recoup as soon as possible. The easiest option is to make another bet in the same match on a new outcome. But to win back, you need to bet even more. So the player will return to the first mistake and make it again.
Where can I place Live bets?
Bets can be placed on the bet site in India during the match. Live betting is one of the most popular sections. Players want to win a lot and quickly, so the first thing they do is go live.
Keep our advice in mind when placing bets and you will get lucky!
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