A tipster explains why using football tips is not always the ok
Discover how, when and why to use paid or free tips in UFA800. See how a young but talented tipsters worries about the big growth of punters who don’t know the right way to apply tips in their predictions on football games.
A recent article in the well-known UFA800 bookmaker’s blog shows how tipsters admit for not being the most objective helpers a punter might have. Of course, it’s a not a material where some tipsters try to discredit themselves, but mostly an introduction to the guide how any sport bettor is supposed to use football tips.
Inside this article we see an interview taken from a remarkable tipster who explains why it is not ok to take all the football tips available in the internet for granted and to entirely transfer them into your personal bets. Here’s why this tipster thinks so:
- Not all the tipsters are experts. No matter how a football prediction written by tipster sound to you professionally it might be just a bunch of smart words with no actual data related with. Unfortunately, the big impact of internet on sport betting has made it possible many non-experts to appear in the web claiming their experts, including in the sphere of football tips.
- Some helpful and result-oriented tips might be too expensive for you. According to the tipster we have communicated with the paid tips are definitely better than those taken from free websites. However, there’s a tiny line if you cross using tipsters might not be profitable enough for you. If your stakes are too small and you paid some fees for the tips to place then, eventually the ROI would not be satisfying at all for you.
- There’s always a subjective line in each written tip. Let’s face it – just like any punter can lose control and place a bet by heart, there’s always a possibility for the tipster not to entirely be objective when writing predictions. The worst thing in this theory is that if the punter has higher motivation to remain objective, because it’s his money placed on the table, to the tipster the drama would not be that big at all if his or her prediction occurs to be quite wrong due to passion to some specific football team.
- Last but not least the interviewed tipster claims that about 60% of the bookmaker’s customers nowadays use tips too confidently. There’s no critical thinking in applying the tip in the concrete bet, which is why it could lead to a new wave of machine-like or copy-paste-like betting. If these two trends were not that concerning about the punters the tipster would not express such a worry.
Using tips is ok as long as you consider them as extra helping materials for your final prediction. However, you should be always suspicious about what each tipster claims if you want to smartly place sport bets.