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Today’s Free Tips & Predictions – Bookmaker Advisor

With so many different sports markets on offer, it can be a mind-blowing experience trying to process them all to make your predictions. This is where we come in.

If you are looking for tips, advice and free bets, you’ve come to the right place. We provide helpful hints and tips on how to analyse statistics, markets and odds to generate a winning bet and hopefully big cash rewards.

The internet is a vast community full of people claiming that they know the ins and outs of betting strategies, but really they just want to part you from your cash, and quickly. It’s easy to get taken in by someone who claims to have the secret, so sorting the experts from the chancers isn’t easy.

Football and horse racing are two of the most popular sports in the world, and two of the most popular sports to bet on. There are thousands of markets for each one of these, as well as boxing, rugby, MMA, golf, tennis and many, many more. If it involves a ball, a four-legged animal or a fight, you can bet on it.

Top Tips

The first thing to look out for is welcome offers – a huge variety of online sports betting sites will tempt you to join with either a free bet or a deposit bonus. Try to look out for free bets. These are an easy way for you to test the site and its range of betting markets, without it costing you a single penny.

Taking the time to read the small print is vital, because when an offer looks too good to be true, it probably is. All bonuses offered, whether that be instant cash back or money back on losses, each will have a wagering requirement – so, if you are offered a £50 bet with a 25x play wagering requirement, it means you will have to bet £50 on 25 separate occasions, for a total of £1,250, before you can make a withdrawal.

The best bookmakers will offer incentives to regular players. Opt for the ones that offer free bets for your loyalty, rather than just free bets to new sign-ups. This is another great way of generating a freebie without it costing you additional cash.

If you have your eye on a specific event that’s coming up, visit sports betting sites regularly to see the odds that they are offering, but don’t leave it until the last minute because the odds tend to roll back in just before the event takes place. Getting in early can be the key to turning a small win into a bigger one.

Knowing the basics is important. You should never place cash on a bet that you don’t understand. Read up on the sporting event and the terms and conditions offered with the range of bets before you stake your cash, because going in blind will inevitably make you blow your cash on a wasted bet.

Don’t gamble more than you can afford – this is a really important one too. Placing bets via a debit card is a great way of budgeting your cash and not speeding more than your means. And you can set a limit with most bookmakers, so think about doing that too.

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