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overall i'd say i have made about £150 out of betting thanks to good free bets. I recently made £10 because i picked gasquet against berdych the odds were pretty good.
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Yes in play betting is a very good idea, but it can also bite you on the ass sometimes. It's about always being open and willing with in play. Wait for your chances, and use in play when they come. Patience is the most important thing.

I would say EXPERIENCE is very important. You will most likely lose more than you win at the beginning. This is the simple truth. You will only understand HOW to bet in tennis after some experience. You'll understand how it's about conditions and match ups, you'll understand when the odds are good.

You'll understand how being impulsive will destroy you. And this is the problem for any gambler, it can be near impossible to not be impulsive.

And finally, don't gamble for a living. It's a terrible idea. You'll be bald in a month. Just gamble with a small sum. 99.9% of people who gamble for a living lose everything.
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. 99.9% of people who gamble for a living lose everything.
Is that a fact?

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No im saying you have no idea how hard betting on tennis and frankly any sport is the bookies always win.
Not always.
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99.9% of people who gamble for a living lose everything.
Bookie models are fairly accurate and they are going to beat the average punter handily, but they will always give tons of value away as it is impossible to design perfectly efficient wagering systems above a trivial level of complexity. People who know what they are doing will always be able to obtain an edge.
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Does anybody here make a living from betting on tennis matches?
How hard do you think it is if you know the sport really well?

I have been gambling for close to 4 years now, and technically still down by $700, I have made a lot of money but I have lost a lot too indeed more than I won, I privilege myself as a guy who know a lot about this game and the player at the least more than the punters would do, but guess what sports betting is devised such a way that they will never lose money but gain money and we will lose money anyways, so don't even think of making a living out of it, its just not possible.

If you look at most sports betting sites they have made it clear its for recreational betting only, which means they will disqualify all your betting if they come to know you are a part of the bookie team.

I still do gambling coz its fun.

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First off you need a HUGE bankroll. Next you need massive discipline to manage your money. Thirdly you need to have an edge-everyone thinks they have an edge but it's probably like 1/1000 or 1/10000 who truly do. When all this comes together you can do this for a living.

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First off you need a HUGE bankroll. Next you need massive discipline to manage your money. Thirdly you need to have an edge-everyone thinks they have an edge but it's probably like 1/1000 or 1/10000 who truly do. When all this comes together you can do this for a living.
True. About 98% of the bettors or prefer using the word "gambler"s lose (according to one successful Finnish Betting bettor). I have been tipping in Ylikerroin.com few years. Well in profit. You have to learn to calculate probabilities to be successful. That is key. Pure mathematics. No intuition, mathematics.

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