My tip: United to beat Southampton tonight with Ibra getting first goal (5.00 @ B365) - if that doesn't win you'll keep on paying until the tipster hits - that's how easily you are sucked in
And by that i mean betting games straight up and not arbing. I am curious but if someone wants to say say make $50000 a year, how much should their average wager size be? Obviously you would need at least a 6 figure bankroll right? If you are wagering say $500-1500 a game, then $50000 would not be possible assuming your average bet is $1000. That would be up 50 units in a year which is beyond unsustainable. And it also depends on your volume and roi. But for ROI, is it true anyone that has even 2 percent roi is doing good? Of course unless you are betting big amounts, 2 percent is not that much. For example, if someone is wagering an average $1000 per game. Let say they wager 5 games per day and do it 22 days a month. Lets assume the vig is 10 percent at the higher end. That would be $1000x550 = $5500 wagered per day on average X 22 days = $121000. 2 percent of that is $2420 only a month. And if you work say 11 months in a year, thats not even $30,000.I would assume for someone to want to make $50000 a year, their average bet should be at least $2000 minimum? I mean if your average bet is $5000 a game. And you make 1 bet a month on average, that would be $50000 in 10 months. Are you suppose to look at your ROI? Does ROI matter that much or volume? Back then i had thought it was possible to make say $2000 a month betting say $200 a game... but obviously that is not possible since that would be +10 units on average a month. What should someone's goal be if they want to make $50000 a year? If someones bankroll is $50000 or less, is it even worth it? Seems like betting sports straight up would be very hard.Also would this thread be better suited on newbies or arbing talk?
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