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Anybody Make A Living Here?

Xavier7
02-02-2011, 06:33 AM
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?

Cradle
02-03-2011, 11:29 AM
hey, think still is difficult, coz U dont know the best about the tennis player body at the moment, so the best is bet live, after U see him to play a few balls..U can watch to my webpage, there have some tips..

Xavier7
02-03-2011, 12:34 PM
I gave it a try and I bet $5 on each of:

Tipsarevic bt Huta Galung 1.38 Lost
Przysiezny bt De Voest 1.67 Lost
Lopez bt Dancevic 1.43 Lost
Brown bt Van Der Merwe 1.71 Lost
Kavcic bt Berrer 2.1 Lost
Bellucci bt Machado 2 sets to 0 1.8 Lost
Robredo bt Mello 1.3 Won

That leaves me $28.50 down from betting $35.
Never thought it would be this hard.

The Matador
02-03-2011, 01:56 PM
I gave it a try and I bet $5 on each of:

Tipsarevic bt Huta Galung 1.38 Lost
Przysiezny bt De Voest 1.67 Lost
Lopez bt Dancevic 1.43 Lost
Brown bt Van Der Merwe 1.71 Lost
Kavcic bt Berrer 2.1 Lost
Bellucci bt Machado 2 sets to 0 1.8 Lost
Robredo bt Mello 1.3 Won

That leaves me $28.50 down from betting $35.
Never thought it would be this hard.

You have no idea my friend.

Xavier7
02-03-2011, 01:57 PM
You have no idea my friend.

U think my bets were bad choices?

The Matador
02-03-2011, 02:03 PM
U think my bets were bad choices?
No im saying you have no idea how hard betting on tennis and frankly any sport is the bookies always win.

Xavier7
02-03-2011, 02:12 PM
No im saying you have no idea how hard betting on tennis and frankly any sport is the bookies always win.

Do you make a profit?

The Matador
02-03-2011, 02:19 PM
Do you make a profit?
well if you check the other daily betting threads ive had a good last couple of days and i have made profit. what im saying and im sure everyone else will say is that sometimes this can be such a cruel sport to bet on.

What i would suggest to you as a bit of advice is dont bet on so many matches as you are new to this stick to maybe just 1 or 2 matches and maybe try some betting in play aswell because sometimes you can get a good sense of how a match is going by watching it.

just some thoughts good luck.

KeiNishikoriCro
02-03-2011, 03:04 PM
im making good profit on my site which i cant mention..last month who followed us with 100 euros every day would get 890 euros and this month is already 500 euros..if someone needs link im gonna give it to him.

Iván
02-03-2011, 03:15 PM
i dont understand why adrian mannarino is so short, surely he has a no chance against 33/33 1st serve gremel?

The Matador
02-03-2011, 03:22 PM
i dont understand why adrian mannarino is so short, surely he has a no chance against 33/33 1st serve gremel?
I think people are underestimating gremel here and i think he can definately win this he wont have the same success on his 1st serve in this match but that doesnt matter because mannarino struggled past a pretty bad schukin.

JP1987
02-04-2011, 02:19 PM
im making good profit on my site which i cant mention..last month who followed us with 100 euros every day would get 890 euros and this month is already 500 euros..if someone needs link im gonna give it to him.

link plz

nastoff
02-09-2011, 04:26 PM
just walk away man, IF THERE WAS A WAY TO MAKE A LIVING bookmakers wouldn't be making millions. It's a elaborate way to steal people's money and drive individuals and families to ruin.

KaiserT
02-12-2011, 09:15 PM
I make a good living betting on tennis, mostly inplay.

I cant keep hold of bookmaker accounts for more than a few bets to a few weeks, thus 90% of betting betfair/pinnacle.

oliolion
02-16-2011, 09:47 PM
Well theres definately an opportunity to make a living, bookies make millions (billions?) due to 99% of people who bet. These are the people who chuck some money into an account, bet on their favourite (national) teams, and even if they win, they will keep betting until account = $0. The key is to analyse a bookies odds and see if they represent the true odds, if they don't you can capitilise and make a good bet. Eg if Djokovic is playing Isner, Djokovic will most likely win, however if odds are $1.03 vs $11 then obviously betting on Isner here is a profitable bet.

Betting on a site like Betfair will also greatly increase chances of winning (long term), this is because an even game here will have odds of $1.99 v $2.00 whereas some shitty sites will offer $1.87 v $1.87.

LetsFixIt
03-20-2011, 08:09 AM
link plz

dont waste your money with this shit

sweeten16
05-23-2011, 01:35 PM
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.

Nabster
06-01-2011, 06:26 PM
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.

KaiserT
06-02-2011, 06:54 PM
. 99.9% of people who gamble for a living lose everything.

Is that a fact?

:lol:

kidbourbon
07-22-2012, 10:50 PM
No im saying you have no idea how hard betting on tennis and frankly any sport is the bookies always win.

Not always.

TechnoViking
10-22-2012, 09:16 PM
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.