PSYCHOBET
BETTING PSYCHOLOGY
 

Win from other people’s mistakes



Gamblers fall into the same trap not twice, but many times over. However, with an efficient application of a gambling strategy by avoiding the mistakes made, one can register a significant widening of the smile on their lips and an increase of their bank account balance.

If, in theory, everything seems simple, in practice it is even simpler. No matter what is your problem, if it is related to sports bets, here you will find what you are looking for – ANSWERS, SOLUTIONS, or you will simply learn things that took other people time, money and trouble to find out. 

You should understand that gambling is not a game, not a business, not a way to build your future, but is a weakness of the human heart, which can seriously damage the peace of mind. Despite the entertaining nature, the possibility to win, the simplicity of the rules, the convenience of online gambling, you have to know that a single misstep can make you unable to look into the mirror with pride and to hum your favorite tune for a long time.

According to practical findings, initially the gamblers:


  • are more tempted to bet on odds of 2.00 and higher and on several games at the same time, or to make various unreal combinations hoping for a miracle;


  • tend to risk more without thinking too seriously about the consequences;


  •  prefer to bet more often in live mode (because the coefficients are more favorable and the score turnarounds and the game evolution allow for a more correct anticipation of the result);


  • experiment much more often until they find the suitable strategy;


  • the ones who lost a significant amount of money tend to bet even more in order to win it back;


  • those who won a significant amount of money will lose it if they do not stop and cash it out in due time;


  • bet large amounts on lower odds and smaller amounts on higher odds;
 
  • let themselves be more easily influenced by more experienced gamblers, by rumors, by tempting offers from gambling houses, etc.


It was observed that:

 

  • The registered financial losses have an emotional impact that is much more intense than the gains;


  • The financial losses are better imprinted in memory, while the wins are easier to forget (only important cash-ins tend to become a benchmark that will serve as a model for comparison later);


  • Everyone believes that they are great connoisseurs and that luck is on their side, even if statistics prove the contrary;


  • The more a gambler bets, the faster he or she is desensitized, which changes their attitude towards the value of money;


  • The gamblers believe that what they do is just a fun way to spend time and to make some money and are not preoccupied by the fact that the risk of addiction is hovering above them.


The gamblers may have special wishes:

 

  to go out on the field and to help the team (or the player) they are betting on, who are about to lose the game;


  they can start praying (for instance, to God, even though they never believed in Him), hoping that this would turn the tides in their favor;


  they can start making various promises (for instance, that they would quit smoking) if the result of the game is the one they bet on;


  wishful thinking about being able to travel in time (to learn the results of tomorrow’s games or to change the losing bets they already made).

Conclusion: The idea is that initially you have no way to know whether the choice you are making is right or wrong, although the desired result seems quite probable and the odds are in your favor. So, the impulse to bet exactly at that moment is mostly based on the wish not to miss the opportunity that presents itself. If we add to this the tricks of the gambling houses, the human factor (tiredness, stress, wine, stupidity), the regulatory or legal restrictions, etc., you will see that your decision may be influenced without you realizing it.