The fee is a factor in betting, as it is the number by which you will multiply the stake money if the bet hit. The favorite team or player in an event is usually given a share significantly lower than the underdog, so if you bet on the favorite our gain will be less. In contrast, if we bet on the underdog or something difficult to predict (exact result, first scorer) can make big profits with little risk, but obviously our chances of succeeding are greatly reduced.
Many novices or beginners in this business of betting are attracted by low fees. These fees give a false sense of security since they are usually reserved for big favorites playing against opponents of much lesser importance. For example, a Barcelona-Levanter Barcia’s victory could be quoted at around 1.10, so if you bet 20 euros would have a profit of only 2 euros (20 risky returns us 2 in earnings over).
One of the most erroneous strategies on this type of assessment is to make “all-ins” (bet all the available balance) to events that the bettor considers safe, this way if we can string together many successes we can have a decent profit. This is a losing strategy because a single failure would make us lose our opening balance plus all that we had won, so in the end it is not profitable to bet on this type of assessment.
Another of the most common mistakes when betting is to look only at the rate of an event but have no information about it, such as we see any share 1.01 (even in a league match of Madagascar) and think, ” 1.01 because if it is it’s a pretty sure bet “and we put all our money to make a profit ridiculous that lose the bet later another small fee. One of the golden rules of this world is that there are no safe quotas. In contrast, the high fees are very juicy, to anyone you like hitting a quota of 6 or more and filling your pockets quickly but such fees are very hard to get right (test if luck is better to risk a small amount because most likely lose it). It is best to place bets on thoughtful intermediate fees, and never risk our balance total.