Guide to gambler fallacy

The gambler’s fallacy, sometimes known as ‘the fallacy of the maturity of chances’ relates to the false belief that a run of results with seemingly rare probability will correct itself over time.

Betting at the best price

Winning a bet is great, but getting the most money possible from a win is even better. Punters can increase earnings significantly by signing up with more than one bookie – so why not shop around?

Why avoid ‘dead certs’

Put simply, there is no such thing as a ‘dead cert’ on a single bet. Don’t let anyone convince you otherwise. If there was such a thing it wouldn’t be called gambling – it would be called making money.

Why you should bet on what you know

In this guide to simple gambling for beginners, we raise the notion that betting beginners should bet on teams, games and leagues that they know something about.

How to earn more from your wins

It’s all very well winning bets, but what’s the point if you don’t get the best value for money? Over a long period of time you could be cheating yourself out of hundreds of pounds.
In betting, the term ‘value’ can apply to the varying amount punters have the chance to win with the same positive [...]

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