Most bettors are trying to win the weekend. Actually, in many cases, they’re trying to win back what they lost last weekend.
Regardless, very few have the mindset that leads to long-term profitability. But that begs the question, what does a long-term profitability strategy even look like?
The good news is that there are some fairly concrete answers to that proposition. The bad news is, it’s going to take a much higher risk tolerance than a win-now strategy.
In this article, I’ll lay out a few of the ways that sports bettors can demonstrate a sustainable betting plan.
1 – You Don’t Want to Reload Your Bankroll
First of all, you’d better have a sports betting bankroll. Having a well-planned, trackable bankroll is without question the first step to any profitable betting game plan.
Once you’ve created your bankroll, your goal should be to reload it as few times as possible. In fact, you should aim to never have to add more of your money. Here are some ways that you can make it last.
Make Smaller Bets
Most experts recommend betting between 2% and 5% of your