It seems like everyone is a sport betting expert these days, as they speculate on how Vegas will react to any given game or whether they’ll turn a profit if they play the game.
Yes, sports betting can be a good career as if you will play smart and have all knowledge of 토토사이트 then you can win a lot of money.
But what about those who can only spend a few dollars on a parlay in the middle of the night at the casino? Will you play the college football game when the spread is 9 and your money is saved?
Vegas, like the ocean, can be unpredictable. “It’s not the same betting on a horse race that you can do in your backyard,” said Keith Staskiewicz, a sportsbook manager at the South Point.
“That horse race betting is way different than the college football parlays you’re going to play. It can be different each time you do it.”
To help aspiring sports bettors know what to expect, Staskiewicz offered some advice: “I’d say to them, ‘If you are going to a sportsbook, you really need to watch the games.
You’re really in the way. I want you to walk back and forth. You should know all the odds you’re going to play in every game and what the spread is going to be.
If you’re only playing one game at the time, go in and put an emphasis on that game.’ Put the parlay at the bottom and go around it.
It’ll get you involved and you’ll learn. Then go around to the next game and see what the parlay is. That way you’ll know when to go into the first game and who to play. That way you’ll know what’s going on.”
For those who want to play the games and win, Staskiewicz recommends that people use parlays because he said the “house” or book will get people involved in a small game, such as 2-7.
“The house knows who you are and who you want to bet on,” he said. “When a sportsbook gives you a certain proposition or a risk, that’s the decision you’ve got to make on your own.
It’s your job to make good decisions when you play the parlay. If you go into a book, and they’re really hot for you to play, that’s an indicator that they are doing a good job.”