We Like To Win
In short, we’re focused on helping you have a lot of fun and make a lot of money as simply as possible. All Plays Win has been around for over 8 years, why? Because we care and we WIN! Our goal for every client is make them a profit, bet responsibly yet without stress, and have fun. Give us a chance to prove that to you. It’s free to register for our forum, and all members get the occasional free tip. We are always happy to be contacted, so please feel free to email us or call during our business hours. One of our representatives will reach you within a few hours at all times – we know there’s a lot of competition out there, so we appreciate our members and take customer service very seriously. If you have an issue, let us know and we will handle it in a timely matter.
· For every level of experience and budget, be it $100 or $10,000
· Providing more than just a service, but a community for bettors
· Professional bettors for over 8 years with a proven track record
· About as simple as it can get. Tips are sent straight to your phone
Our handicappers use a system that blends sound money management techniques, a keen understanding of risk management and solid statistical analysis. We utilize a solid long-term strategy for success that relies on gambling fundamentals. When it comes to inside information, sports handicapping trends, angles, game plans, weather, travel and motivation in all the major sports, there is no one that can match our skills. We research all games in a tireless effort to gather relevant details that may affect the outcome of each game. When we find matchups we like, they are analyzed with great precision before we put them out.
Over the years, we’ve developed a great number of contacts in the sports industry — trainers, coaches, officials, former players, bookies, and athletes. We try to speak with all these sources to try and find the edge in various matchups. We’ve also developed a “feel” for the game, meaning we have the ability to process all the information that comes in each week, then sort out what’s important and what’s not – factor in the injuries, coaching match-ups, weather, scheduling, all kinds of other information, and develop picks that gives our Clients the best chance of winning.
Let’s Talk Money Management
1. Establish a realisitic starting bankroll
Decide what you can afford to bet. Whether it’s $50, $500, or $5,000, find a starting number for your bankroll that fits your personal budget. Remember, this should be a dollar figure that you can lose and not drastically affect your lifestyle. This is the beginning of smart and disciplined betting.
Sports bettors prefer to talk about how much they’re betting in terms of ‘units’ instead of dollars. A unit refers to how much you’re betting on a game. If you start with a bankroll of $1,000, your standard unit should usually be 3% of your bankroll (30 dollars per unit for a $1,000 bankroll).
In order to do this, you first need to outline the time table that you’ll be calculating this during (usually season by season). At the beginning of a sport season, you should usually want to double your bankroll between 2-4 times.
The general rule of thumb is to only fluctuate your bankroll when you’re up, or else you’d be chasing. Common to most profitable sports bettors, once your bankroll doubles, you double the size of your bets (If you start with $1,000 and your bankroll doubles to $2,000, betting $60 per unit is an increased dollar amount, but still 3% of your bankroll). This step basically goes hand in hand with step 2, but gives you a little flexibility to adjust when you’re beating your bookie.
We’re all trying to win money, that’s why we bet on sports. Sure, you could hit a hot streak and go up 100 units without any discipline, but the law of averages will eventually catch up to you. Staying disciplined and not deviating from your plan when you’re losing are imperative things to do if you want to profit from betting on sports.