Nanai + Tualagi is easy money. Beautiful bet
I'm a very low stakes beter.My first sports bet was $50 on us to beat the tigers in the 2011 semi and Ive been trading off that money ever since (although I avoid punting on them now).
Not a big punter and don’t touch the nags or slappers (pokies).
I tend to bet against the odds rather than the team so if I see a team paying $5 and I think they’re a $3 shot I’ll take them odds- probably drop a fiver on it.
Also if a team is paying $1.60 and I think they’re a certainty I’ll take them odds too- that might be worth $20.
Not terribly scientific but it’s worked for me (although u could argue $462 dollars isn’t a great return for 11 years work )
I'm the opposite lol. I'm the all or nothing type of person. Has worked out at times but has been terrible strategy this year.I'm a very low stakes beter.
I think i have stuck 50 Bucks in my account over te last 5-10 years and i net most weekends.
Lost $8 on the Eels last night because went they went down a try they jumped to over $2 and i stuck another $4 on em. That was a very big loss for me.
its enough money to have fun, but. It enough to change me life (positive or negative)
My main reason is the fact Reece is not playing. Had he been playing I would have piled in on a Warriors win. I think Chanel Harris-Tavita will make 3 to 4 errors today during the 80 minutes at fullback.
The Warriors could easily win and are in fact favourites to win with the TAB.Really tempted to put $100 on the Warriors just to counter this bet… but it’s the Warriors so I just don’t know…
Half time and paying $36 …The Warriors could easily win and are in fact favourites to win with the TAB.
I was just attracted by the $5 odds - thought that was too juicy to pass up.
Sorry for the disloyalty to the warriors. I will cheer like crazy if we win and count the cash if we lose by more than 13.
So I "win" in every scenario except a tight Tigers 1-12 win.