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You can win, but only if you understand the game…

The REAL game is between you and the books to see who can get the monetary advantage on bets. It has nothing to do with the teams on the field, or the sport.

To win that game, you must learn the truth about the most basic fallacies that are mistaken as “common knowledge” by every sports bettor.

Until those fallacies are addressed, and corrective action taken by the bettor, the book will continue on it’s merry way laughing all the way to your bankroll.

So let’s expose some of the Fallacies, and replace them with the Facts.




The Fallacy of Winning Percentage

Most people believe that you have to win  52.4% of their bets to make a profit.

If you are betting point spreads and totals, that is correct. But if you are betting on +150 dogs you only need to win 40% to break even. And if you are betting -150 favorites you need to win 60% to break even.

So obviously, it is NOT necessary to win over 50% of your bets to be profitable.

The truth is, your winning percentage is directly tied to the lines you play. It has nothing to do with your handicapping skills, and a higher winning percentage actually makes you less likely to win money because it is a result of playing bad lines that place you under a HUGE disadvantage.

So here is the Fact to replace the fallacy…

The higher the break even percentage of the lines you play, the less likely you are to make a profit.




The Fallacy of Handicapping

You likely consider yourself a handicapper. You are not.

The sports books themselves are the handicappers, and they are BY FAR the best in the business.

The spreads and lines the books put out are usually a pretty accurate assessment of the probabilities, but that is not what wins them the cash.

They win because they are good at taking control of the monetary advantage and manipulating your fallacy based tendencies, not because they are good handicappers.

The books get you to VOLUNTARILY put yourself under a HUGE monetary disadvantage before the game even starts.

As long as they can do that, they couldn’t care less about your handicapping skills. And as long as you do that, improving your handicapping skills is pointless.

They can get away with it because they have convinced you they are deserving of such a huge advantage at your expense for the privilege of taking your money.

So here is the Fact to replace the fallacy…

The books have already handicapped the game, so to win you need only concern yourself with finding the monetary advantage IN THE LINES on the bets you make.




The Fallacy of the “Vig”

If there is one thing that continually amazes me it is the acceptance by sports bettors of the “Vig”. Especially when the books charge almost 10% of your winnings and call it normal.

Would you join a coin flipping game where the guy flipping the coin takes 10% on every flip you win, and 100% on every flip you lose?

There is a word for someone who would play that game…

SUCKER

Yet that is exactly what the point spread bettor does on EVERY BET.

Have you ever asked why the book is worthy of such a gift?

And have you ever asked yourself if there is a bet somewhere on the card that will allow you to start out on at least an even footing with the books?

Believe me when I tell you those bets are available every single day and your ability to find them is the difference between winning and losing.

The Fact to replace the fallacy….

The “vig” is a way for the books to fleece the unsuspecting and your main job is to avoid it. There are many bets every single day that allow you to bypass the “vig” and not only start out on equal footing, but gain a monetary advantage on the books.




The Fallacy of Spreading the Risk

The next fallacy most people believe is that of “Spreading the Risk”. That is, using smaller units and making several bets hoping to win more of them than you lose.

Let me assure you that making more bad bets does not “Spread the Risk”. Instead it minimizes the potential profits and at the same time multiplies risk.

I have done the math many times, and proven in real life experience, every single time you will profit more by wagering your entire daily risk on the best game of the day than you will by splitting up the amount over several games.

Just like the books want you to take their bad lines, they want you to bet a lot of them so they have convinced some pretty smart people that making a lot of bad bets is better than making one good one.

I am comfortable in saying that 99.9% of all sports bettors place too many bets on any given day they bet. Those who don’t are already my customers and know better.

The Fact to replace the fallacy….

It is far better and infinitely more profitable to place your entire daily wager amount on the game that has the best chance of paying out on any given day.




Those are just a few of the fallacies that keep even the smartest bettors losing. It’s really sad because the books are not that hard to beat if you understand their business model and where their weaknesses are. That’s what you will learn in DIY Sports Betting. With my top notch support, you are one click away from never having another losing year betting on sports.