10 Betting Tips That Will Spare You From Running Into Depression

By Soko Directory Team / Published February 25, 2021 | 8:00 am




KEY POINTS

Don’t drink or take drugs when gambling – Decisions that are made under the influence are often regretted after so don’t mix gambling with drugs or alcohol.


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By Antonney Oduor

Free Super Tips are committed to keeping gambling fun and enjoyable by helping people to stay in control and gamble responsibly. It is always against the law for anyone to gamble under the age of 18 years.

There are tips that could always make your gamble fun and responsible so that you don’t end up in depression after a loss. Or even don’t get over excited after a win of such a large amount of money.

Free Super Tips Responsible Gambling Tips

Only gamble with money you can afford to lose – Never gamble with money that you need for essentials, such as rent, bills, or food.

Don’t chase losses –Don’t try and get money back by betting more and going over your limit. This usually leads to bigger losses. After you lose one bet in a day don’t look to console yourself by trying again since you will end chasing losses.

Take a break – If gambling is no longer fun then take a break. If you have bad in the gamble sites just have a rest and find new ways of betting. It is also healthy to take a long break and don’t associate yourself with the betting things.

Set a money limit in advance – Set a limit on how much money you are willing to lose before you bet or play. If you reach that number, it’s time to walk away. Don’t spend above your limit in a day.

Set a time limit in advance – Set a time limit for how long you can afford to spend gambling and stop when you reach it. if you decided to bet once a month that should be your time limit. Don’t be pressured by friends.

Never put gambling before friends or family – Don’t put gambling before other social activities or seeing friends and family. It is too addictive you should not forget your family members to gamble when they are in need.

Gamble for fun and not a way of making money – Think of gambling as an entertainment expense – like going out for dinner or to the cinema. Gambling establishments are set up to take in more money than they payout.

Don’t gamble if you are angry, upset, or depressed – You can’t make good decisions if you aren’t in the right frame of mind. It is an event so you have to prepare well and you should take your time properly and relieved from anything so that you choose your games wisely.

Don’t drink or take drugs when gambling – Decisions that are made under the influence are often regretted after so don’t mix gambling with drugs or alcohol.

Seek help – If you find yourself in a betting situation and you have no idea what to do just seek advice from people who have been in the game for so long so that they can tell what to do so that you can win.

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The Easiest way to bet and win is:

Over or Under Goals. The over or under goals market is one that is offered by pretty much all bookies on all football.

Double Chance Again, the double chance is a bet offered by pretty much all bookies.

Placing for Draw No Bet.

Both Teams to Score.

How to Bet on Football and Win

Research Before Betting. Rule number one of football betting is that the punter must gather as much information as possible before placing a bet.

Remain Analytical.

Profit is Profit no Matter How Small.

Keep a Betting Record.

Remember, You Will Not Win Every Time.

Your Bookmaker Can Help Responsible Gambling

Every bookmaker has tools built into their site to help you stay in control and gamble responsibly:

Deposit Limits – Cap the amount you want to deposit over a certain time period from 24 hours, 7 days up to 30 days. Deposit limit decreases happen immediately but increases take 24 hours to be applied.

Reality Checks – You can monitor the amount of time you’ve been playing by setting up reality check alerts which will pop up and alert you how long you’ve been logged into your account.

Cool Off Period – Some bookmakers such as Sky Bet have a ‘cool off’ feature where you can block access to their website for a set period of time, whether it’s one day or 30 days.

Account History – Account history features will allow you to track your betting history, deposits, and withdrawals so you can keep an eye on every transaction you make.

Self Exclusion – If you want to take a longer break, you can ask bookmakers to block you from all products for a longer period of time, such as six months or a number of years.

Gambling and betting are not as bad as people think since if you bet responsibly and follow the above rules, youths won’t run into depression as is reported earlier so it is you to follow the rules and regulations to bet responsibly.

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