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At first the friend of the starting position should become aware. It generally starts in a factual minus because the betting provider is equipped with a mathematical advantage because of the bookmaker's margin. Although this plus of five to ten per cent is quite small, it is simply not possible to make up this deficit. One reason for this is the psychological traps in sports betting.

Normally one should think that the man , who is more known as a "cautious animal" , can very well weigh between risk and benefit. If this were the case, he would be able to estimate the quotas realistically and recognize his actual disadvantage against the bookmaker. But even the knowledge of a poor starting position does not stop the sports weather from the tips. How does this come about? From our point of view, this has four different psychological reasons.

Sports betting is only a condition of wisdom, because unrealistic positive thinking emerges very quickly. The best bet are the favorite bets . FC Bayern Munich or Real Madrid will win their matches at the weekend - this is as safe as the Amen in the church. Think, because here "it always comes different than you think". Many bets are guided by the low odds, assuming that the favorite wins his encounters victorious. The reality, however, shows that this is by no means the case. Nearly every day, even the smallest betting odds of 1.1 jumped away and the customer wonders how this could happen. The error is obvious.

If a sporting weather keeps his tips permanently on favorites, he will end up with the same result as the player who bets exclusively on the underdogs over a longer period of comparison. The unrealistic optimism can be mitigated by discipline and a serious money management . In doing so, it is your own enthusiasm to go zero and completely without emotion the tips to put.

A lottery does not trust a gamblers. Everyone knows that this is pure uninfluenced happiness. If, however, the same player is at a slot machine in the casino, it is already suggested to him by the independent starting of the spins, that he decisively affects the game sequence, although in reality this is not logical. In sports betting the trend is even more evident. Their own expertise, which should be present without doubt, gives the customer the feeling that he is on the "safe side" . If certain strategies, for example only on draw, are wagered, then one feels already at the Tippabgabe as a winner. There is a very insightful long-term test, in which experienced sports weather have attacked a random generator. In the end even the computer won the comparison. The betters were roughly the same as the actual payout key of the bookies. In practice, control illusion is difficult to deal with, because it is a normal human instinct.

In the subconscious, the human being reacts to numbers that form an anchor in the brain. Some sports betting providers use this detail by publishing high-quality betting tickets as advertising on the home page of the betting portal. The user now perceives, for example, that a betting friend with five euros won several thousand euros. Even if the sporting weather knows that this is only possible in rare cases, these figures remain in the back of the head. The negative result is that the already risky Kombiwetten are already extended by one or the other supposed safe match, just to make similar gains. Logically, you do not have exactly the high profit sum of the ticket as a comparison value in the head, but the "anchor" is set with a large yield. The beneficiary of this subconscious thinking is ultimately only the bookmaker. Sportswettenprofis, which remain consistently in their money management, can almost exclude the anchoring effect in practice.

"The world is not what it seems ". Everyone sees through the eyes the same landscape, but the brain then plays a "prank". The images are perceived selectively in the head. Each impression is combined with a different feeling. On sports betting this could mean, for example, that the customer still remembered the draw for the basketball with a betting rate of 20.0 and always put this variant. The fact that he has lost the same bet 50 times on the other side is blown out. This distorted perception of reality is human.