Bankroll Management

By: Tony Corleone     Date: Jun 12, 2015


One of the most common questions I get from my clients is "how much should I be betting per game"? The answer is usually different depending on each individual person. Good bankroll management is one of the biggest and most important factors when it comes to sports betting and making profits. However big or small your bankroll is, it should be set aside and kept separate from all others expenses (bills, rent, etc.) and be used strictly to bet on sports. I use a general rule of betting between 2-5% of your bankroll per game. This gives you enough room to where a few bad beats on games won't completely bankrupt you. There is no such thing as "locks" and any team can lose on any given day. When I give out a play this is how I base my betting amounts:

5-10 unit play = 2% of bankroll

10-20 unit play = 2-3% of bankroll

20-25 unit play = 4% of bankroll

30 unit play = 5% of bankroll

I've been involved in sports betting/selling for over 12 years now and sticking to good bankroll management has made me and my clients great profit over the years. Whether you are using my picks, somebody else's or betting you own games, just remember to always stick to good bankroll management and it will greatly improve your chances to profit in the long term.


 
 
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