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Because “your best” is not a static goal, but rather a bar that is constantly rising higher, playing your ‘a game‘ consistently is impossible. It is especially true when you play sports and skill games like texas-holdem poker or chess, but the rule may also apply to all those activities requiring concentration and ability like sports betting. While the term ‘a game’ implies playing the game perfectly, it is necessary to mention that each time your game improves, you are also raising the peak and therefore, your current A game automatically becomes the B game. In order to test this hypothesis, you should compare your current A game with the one you had several years back. Even though playing at your best will inevitably set a new standard, there are ways to ensure you improve your game consistently. Let’s elaborate.

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Many people think that the betting on the score of football matches is all a game of chance and that there is no way to determine the odds accurately. However, nothing could be further from the truth, as all you need to do is take a look at the thriving sports betting business. There would be no way for bookkeepers to have the upper hand without a well-designed system of predicting the results of game. At the moment, there are two approaches used in calculating the chances of football teams: the ranking system and the rating system.

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With this type of analysis you are not to take into consideration which players of the team are going to play, what is the mood of the team, or after which holiday they are going to play. The most important thing here is search and an analysis of the statistic patterns relative to the results of the championship. What you should include in this analysis? Here are some tips:

  • what is the competition form of the team: you need to consider what is the performance of the team; against which teams your team played for example, the last five matches; then you decide whether the team is in top competition form or it is in bad condition.
  • History of opponents? team matches: here you need to consider how did the opponents play against each other in the past. However, you should not pay attention to the matches played five years ago. One or two years ago should be long enough.
  • Trends: when you analyze the games in the past, you may discover some patterns. Hen you analyze a match and one of the teams has any series (for example, 3 or 4 wins in a row, or 3 or 4 matches without goals scored), it makes sense to see how such series ended in the past.