How to Know If a Deal is a ‘no-brainer’
As with everything the world wide web, so too with free bets, it is sometimes difficult to know just where you can benefit from. Many of us are always looking for the biggest and best deals and hope to land the win big. But sometimes such searches are all in vain and you end up just ‘paying’ to play, which is not what you intended to do.
Always beware of scams and ‘free bet buddies’ who are just out to get your hard earned transactions. There are a few things you need to consider if you want to know whether a deal is really a ‘no-brainer’ or not.
Firstly, is the competition between bookmakers adequate enough to stimulate you enough to join the effort? Many of us are not as anonymity cookie shaped as bookmakers are, we are just business men and women and we like to keep our faces out of the bookmaker’s database. Yet we all know that they are always on the lookout for like minded competitors. They are particularly on the lookout for like minded bettors because all gambling is essentially a two man job, the man in the dealer’s box and the bookmaker. They do not make a penny from your losses and the deducting is always rebated against your wins, which means that you never get ahead, as the bookmakers are always watching.
Aserious punters always consider their tax situation, the cost of any tax reduction or reduction of services .This tax reduction may be in the form of a refund of tax, capital gains tax, or maybe an individually administered tax account rebates. Whatever form of tax reduction, whenever a payment is made to you the source of that payment is your tax. This Internal Revenue Service tax is the enemy of the professional gamblers and holy water. Anyone who pays their tax in full, wins more than they owe and abides by the law is a hero in my book.
Of course, whether it is downloading software to help with the Domino88 or registering at the bookies, communicating is always a risk when dealing with sensitive information such as credit card details or bank account numbers.
However, I would always rather deal with a cake then a gun. Similarly, when stuck in a bookmaker’s squeeze, a drink or a gloom, a little self persuasion is all you can afford -ake your bet, call the bet and get on with life – the bookmaker has already made their money and any little temptation to stray could drive your account into the does of bankruptcy.
Losing is bad enough, but if you lose all your money it really is your fault. It is not the bookmakers fault – they have no idea how to price up – nor do they care.
Sportsbook representatives, read this and think about it. Bookmakers make money, you earn money. If you want to earn money, take the task on yourself and do the things that the professional gamblers do. Such thingsiation your actions will earn you much more money than failure to take your own actions.