FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Should I join multiple bettings sites?

This is entirely up to you. However, by joining multiple betting sites, you will be able to shop around for the betting lines to get the best possible value for each wager placed.

What causes betting lines to move?

Betting lines move because of changes in circumstances of a sports event and the volume of betting activity on the possible outcomes. If there is a lot of money being placed on a particular outcome, the bookmaker will reduce the odds to make this bet unappealing to their customers. At the same time, they will increase the odds on the other outcome(s) to make them more attractive and balance out the betting action.

What is a unit?

A unit measures the amount of money you stake on any given wager. Because everybody has a different-sized bankroll, a unit refers to a percentage of a bankroll. At Betawins we advise our customers to bet only a maximum of 5% of their bankroll on a single bet. In fact, we would recommend betting only 1-2% on any given bet.

Do I need to be an experienced sports bettor?

Some understanding of basic math would not hurt, but you don't have to be a full-time professional too have success at sports betting. At Betawins we share content to make you best bettor you could possibly be.

How do I know that you are not a scammer?

At Betawins, we place particular emphasis on the transparency of our work. We have entered all tips of the Premium Group in a verified statistic on Blogabet. Manipulation of these statistics is not possible.

What is a point spread?

A point spread is a bet on the margin of victory in a game. The stronger team or player will be favored by a certain number of points, depending on the perceived gap in ability between the two teams. A minus sign (-) means that team is the favorite. A plus sign (+) means that team is the underdog