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Three Golden Rules for Successful Soccer Betting

1. Bet on what you know: The most successful gamblers specialise in specific areas. If you watch the EPL week-in-week out, know all the teams, and even what each players ate for lunch then you are more likely to be successful. If you bet on a game or league which you don’t follow and don’t know much about the teams or players then you reduce your chance of being successful. A spokesman from M88.com said “we offer odds on dozens of leagues around the world so you can back the teams, leagues and players of your choice”.

2. Pick the result not the odds: Let’s face it we’ve all been guilty at times of seeing an outstanding price and ‘taking a punt’. But the best gamblers will predict their result before they look at the odds. If you think it’s going to be 1-0 then don’t go for 5-0 just because you get much better odds!

3. Leave emotion at the door: The most successful sports better will not back a result because he wants at team to win but because he thinks they will win. Bet with your head and not with your heart.

4. Bonus Tip – Know your limits: – Asian gambling company M88 spokesperson said “Be responsible and only bet what you can afford to loose.” Great advice.

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