How often does it happen? Your bloke comes back from the betting shop after having put about 62 on a horse and then he wins about £1000 (and refuses to spend any on you, absolute check). If you go into a betting shop, you will likely to be surrounded by men.
It’s not surprise that the betting industry is male dominated, as most of the sports that you can bet on are also make dominated. Football, Rugby, Cricket etc. But ladies, it doesn’t just have to be the men who clear up on the side of their day days with a little flutter here and there.
I know it too well. Odds, accumulators, god knows what else they use in betting terms, can seem like an absolute minefield of jargon, and when money is involved, the last thing you want to be doing is nodding along to something you don’t actually understand.
Fear not though ladies. There are many sites that will allow you to place a bet and will help you along a bit and give you some tips. The first thing you need to do is pick a site. Depending on what you actually want to bet on, loads of different betting sites have loads of different offers, so make sure the one you pick has the best welcome offer or bonus for you.
Then you need to get to grips with the basics of betting. You don’t need to be a mathematician to understand odds. Just get to grips with the basics and go from there. Even if it is all a bit hit and miss at first, gamble lower amounts so that you can get to grips with everything.
After getting to grips with basic odds, try and learn your way around things like accumulators and other different ways to bet. It doesn’t always have to be as boring and simple as just placing one bet. Football accumulators are quite a popular way of betting, so from now on, read the paper all the way through and soak up as much information as you can from the back section!