IN JUNE 2009, A BRITISH NEWSPAPER TOLD THE STORY OF ELLIOTT Short, a former financial trader who’d made over £20 million betting on horse races. He had a chauffeur-driven Mercedes, kept an office in the exclusive Knightsbridge district of London, and regularly ran up huge bar tabs in the city’s best clubs. According to the article, Short’s winning strategy was simple: always bet against the favorite. Because the highest-rated horse doesn’t always win, it was possible to make a fortune using this approach. Thanks to his system, Short had made huge profits on some of Britain’s best-known races, from £1.5 million at Cheltenham Festival to £3 million at Royal Ascot.
My name is Abbey and this is my sport betting story experience and why 98% of all sports bettors fail to make any money.
I have been betting on sports for over 18 years now and only recently in the last 2 years been investing. Now I know some of you are saying to yourself what’s the difference? But there is a huge difference and once you finish reading this article you will see why.