10 tips for a beginner steward

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 05: Gabriel Jesus of Manchester City celebrates scoring his sides first goal during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Swansea City at Etihad Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

1. Decide why you bet. You must accurately understand your goal. Bets for you – a way to regularly make money or sometimes get “bonuses”, on weekends cheering for your favorite team. If the first, then you should treat business as a business. Namely: set your bank (the amount of money allocated for bets), choose the strategy of the game and follow it (maximum and average stake size, average number of bets, etc.), constantly monitor the events on which bet, read about rates And communicate with other players. If the rates for you are only entertainment on weekends, then this article can not be read further. The only advice in this case – do not put a lot.

2. Only place in large offices. Bookmakers are somewhat like banks. Here, in most cases, too, the principle operates: the larger, the more reliable. Big bookmakers, as a rule, have a history and value reputation. But the one-day shops do not need to close at one point and pocket your money. So do not invent a bicycle, use the services of trusted offices (Bwin, Beffair, William Hill and others). Do not exchange for questionable bureaus, which offer tempting factors. The history of post-Soviet bookmakers knows a lot of bankruptcies, so be vigilant.
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