There are numerous Live Betting strategies and with time and experience, you will soon develop your own. The most obvious strategy is to use Live Betting to hedge your bets. For example, if you’ve backed Manchester United in a Premier League match before the kick-off, you may find that you can back their opponents during Live Betting in order to guarantee yourself an overall profit whatever the outcome of the game.
Being able to judge which way a particular market is going to move is a key part of Live Betting. In tennis markets, there tends to be a lot of over-reaction during Live Betting when one player wins a point, particularly if they do so with a great shot. Their odds will shorten too far, and if you are quick enough, you can take advantage by backing the opposing player before their odds settle down. By repeatedly doing this throughout a match, it is possible to build up a healthy profit on the eventual outcome of the game.
It’s also a good idea to familiarise yourself with how certain teams or players conduct themselves during a game. For example, some tennis players struggle to cope with the pressure of being in the lead, others can react badly when they fail to break serve, and many struggle in distinctive ways if they start to tire. By knowing your players and being able to spot these tell-tale signs during the game, you can profit through Live Betting.