Who else here tried using betting on tipsters info as an investment?
I've been trying it for the past year and found out that horse racing gets me the best results.
In the past 3 months I have doubled my starting stack ( although that wasnt big money, just something to test on)
Anyone want to share your experience or some nice tipsters?
At the moment I'm only following Hugh Taylor and /bet/'s flatanon
>any year ever
>thinking a bet is an investment
I hope you're trolling
Always play Roulette and bet on the same number with the exact same amount of money, after 35 trys and losing, give up and if you win at any point stop immediatly, come back next week, double the bet.
I knew a professional gambler in college before he had to go to rehab for big debts to the mob, he was all over the track. He said it was mathematically best odds, 90% of your money back, most lotteries are like...0.001%. Sports betting in general is like 80%.
hypothetically, couldn't you just play with your chips on a color, bet 1 - 5% of the amount of money you plan on spending for your initial bet, then decrease each successive bet by half if you win, or double your bet if you lose?
It's called the martingale and you're not the first person to think of it.
Eventually, you'll lose so many in a row that you hit the table maximum bet and can't double it to recoup your last loss.