As humans, we feel a certain level of adrenaline and stress when betting or gambling. We like the adrenaline part of it, but unfortunately, we can’t simply switch off the stress part. Even though we most certainly would like to. Luckily for us, there are some techniques that help reduce such stress and anxiety. But there are also conditions that increase our irrational risktaking behavior. Do try to recognize these conditions if you wish to improve your odds of actually betting on the winner.
We all know that we’re more outgoing when genuinely happy and that our decisions are more impulsive. This actually implies for bettors as well. They tend to make more impulsive decisions because they’re „in the moment” and ready to take on the world.
This doesn’t mean we are more accurate when melancholic. This is not the case. Sadness and depression are also counter-effective. They make us apathetic towards possible wins or losses. We simply don’t care when depressed.
Most optimal would be to take a moment to clear your head and to focus on the plan, not the one you made after a few pints at the pub.
Big events and who to bet on
Big events can be daunting because choosing the most suitable tipping service can get difficult mainly as there are so many of whom to choose from, which inevitably creates
stress and anxiety. A great way to filter most of the irrelevant information and to formulate a solid betting strategy would be using professional guidance, especially when betting on big events. This way you save time on filtering because everything has already been piled into a reasonable size of articles for you.
For both the upcoming Grand National as well as The Derby, you are going to have to know which jockeys are the future underdog stories of 2019 and who are somewhat more trusted picks. Information is your toolset and it’s best to stay on the cutting edge of everything going on.
The lack (but also the abundance) of information creates a lot of uncertainty and an uncomfortable level of anxiety. Being more in control of the information you receive not only keeps you healthy and happy, but also helps you make better decisions. Anxiety and stress inhibit our rational thinking capabilities.
Reversal of luck
This is when bettors have recently lost or are on a losing streak and subjectively believe that their luck will turn any moment and that they will score big. Possibly win everything back along with some extra. This state is extremely common and almost all bettors have most certainly experienced it.
The key here would be to recognize our emotional state and try to rationalize each bet. It’s like Einstein said that we cannot solve any problems with the same thinking we used when we initially got into these problems in the first place. We need to take a step back and review our betting strategy.
Knowing these psychological factors not only gives you an advantage on the entire betting market but also improves the overall experience of betting