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Old 02-05-2010, 04:36 AM   #23
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Default Re: Do you Actually Win Anything

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Originally Posted by nastoff View Post
true, just try to fix a match and then play with the spoils.
No, gambling is an addiction and does not pay, if it was so easy to maintain your discipline punters would make money and not the bookies.

You can be the best tipster in the world, have 10 fantastic calls in a row, just one bad call will ruin everything.

That's if you overstake.

If you are knowledgeable about tennis, players, odds, do research, and have a natural affinity for betting then putting it in a framework of sensible staking means you can profit long-term.

10k bank (for example)

bets between 1-6% of bank.

If you are good, and don't start chasing then you can win long term.

It is not in doubt.
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