The first thing to do before even thinking about a bet on the set is: set your bankroll before the season starts. You have to know how much money to get started. To clarify what a bankroll is, is the total amount you have saved, put on the dresser and so on, and can afford to lose and not effect the way you eat, sleep, live, etc? It is then necessary to set a basic amount or percentage of your bankroll going to bet on each game. This means, that will be the same amount for every game all year. Now you may be thinking, what if you have an insurance bet, you should not beat up? Remember this, however much someone tells you they have a "lock" or sure bet, there is no such thing! We strive to 100% every time, but most likely not going to happen. If it were true that get 100% correct, we would all be millionaires. You are making the amount fixed by one thing: what is a long distance through the season. If you wager a fixed amount for season and beaten at a clip of 60% is a real good chance to double your money! I do not know anyone who does not mind double your money in just a few months.

The last thing I remember when it comes to fixing a basic amount to bet, make sure the amount is an amount you are comfortable. There will be times that week is not too kind to you, so that easy to bet a fixed amount, you will not feel so bad when the weeks to come. Finally, do not play Catch-Up! If you bet a fixed amount and are in a slump, do not try to play ball will end up biting it in the butt. Remember, by establishing an amount for each game, all you need do is hit 50% of games for the year and break even, minus the Vig. If you are behind, and you feel you need to play catch up and double or triple the amount set in "catching up" their funds can take a spectacular success. If you keep the amount provided through season anything above 50% of victories will give a benefit at the end of the season! There is no reason to catch up and not worth the risk! Richard Leo Mendelsohn Peraldo Thehooks