Money is essential in whatever trade we do. Without it, we feel incomplete without any simplest comforts in life. In poker, in any form of gambling, without having the money to play with, you feel like a dog in a smoke filled room. You wish to get the money to do what you were going to do anyway. And so in order to get the money, you will employed intermediaries to do the task for you. This is not necessarily a bad idea. Money should never be bought with borrowed money.
However, DewaGG is a little different from other sports betting. The mistake many punters make is that they become too hooked on poker; they start holding their margins, losing regularly, and they start to blame the poker site or casino for their losses. The logical next step for these people would be to abandon poker, and they will continue their search through the various forums, web sites, and other sources to find a way to return profit to their betting accounts.
There are, of course, a few ways to beat the books, or the casinos, when it comes to poker. The first way, is to learn how to manufactured the kind of hands that the statistical probabilities dictate that you should be holding. You will learn what hand you should not play, and what hand you need to be folding.
You will also learn how to identify the statistical probability of you becoming the victim of bad beats. Bad beats are hands that you should almost be folding pre-flop, but end up calling by the river. I teach you how to make this call, and also reveal the hands you should not play at all, what pots you should always stay in, and how to guarantee you will make a profit every time.
The second way to beat the casinos and poker books is to own a small collection of quality books on poker. My series on the Second Chance Drop Reviewed books is one of the best in the market on this point. These books aren’t what you would call premium books, but they do provide solid poker information, and enough to learn to survive.
Any time you can find a book on poker from a trusted source, you’ve found an ally in your war against the equipment going at it, and the games going at it. With the odds heavily in your favor, it makes sense to fight for your money.
On the other hand, if you can find a book on poker that you would consider to be an underdog, you need to be careful in your selection. The books you read about poker online are great, but you will often find yourself guessing as to the identity of the source, and whether or not it will be another professional poker bully minding his own business. Most of the time, it won’t and you can get valuable information from those who are.
This is the second article in the Lotto Lies series of articles on Matched Betting. The first article covered a basics of the concept. This article explains exactly what Matched Betting is, why it is a good way to take advantage of the sites and players who offer them, and how to successfully implement the method.
Matched betting is when a player is able to guarantee a profit from a dropping hand, by staking some money in the hope of winning an equal return on a later hand. This means that if, in the example of playing a particular hand, you represent to the casino that you are planning to place £5 on the ‘red’ numbers in the sequence of 6, 5, 5, 5, you could actually end up with £10 on the ‘red’ numbers, or £5 (as would be the case if you actually had a hand) and £10 (your stake) if your hand came up.
These guarantees on a next hand are offered by a number of web sites. It is one of the more sophisticated methods of enticing players to sign up to a site, often by proving highly profitable. However, just as proven methods of building websites have become a common premise for online businesses, so too have they become popular methods of extracting revenue from the players who wander blindly by.
The Matched Betting algorithm is a simple method of allowing the bettor to guarantee a profit, or lose none, from a Matched Bet. The bettor loses the match if a source of odds on the same event fail to come through.
The whole idea is to find a situation where the need for a large pot does exist, and by taking the pot up at all costs. If the bettor is risking a large amount to win a modest amount, this is a losing proposition from the outset.