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Bankroll Management in Football Betting
Bankroll management is often overlooked by sports bettors. Most punters focus on finding value or high-likelihood events, and choose their bet size depending on their confidence, greed or habits. Bankroll management is an entire discipline in itself and will greatly reward you if you pay it due attention. A good money management system will keep you from going bust and help maximise your profits.
There are different ways to approach bankroll management and we’ll discuss a few below. Your first aim, however, should be to stay in the game. Staking 10% of your bank on each bet is a near-guaranteed way to lose all your money. Speaking of which, make sure you know what your “bank” is. It’s not all the money in your bank account. It’s a pre-determined amount of money that you’ve decided to fixed match bet with. Money you can afford to lose but aim to grow.
– Similar to flat betting but this involves betting the same percentage, say 2%, of your bank on each bet. This speeds up your gains on a winning run and slows down your losses on a losing run. Still, notice that a win followed by a loss (and even a loss followed by a win), leaves you with slightly less than you started with.
- Martingale – In theory, this system guarantees profit. In practice, it guarantees financial ruin! The idea is to bet on an outcome with odds of at least 2.0. If it wins, stick with the same stake on your next bet. It loses, double your stake for the next bet. If that loses, double our stake again. When you get a win, it will pay off all your losses and give you a small profit. Still, it doesn’t take many losses before you’re having to risk large amounts of money.