Analysis Factors for Single-Person Sports WagersAdded - Dec. 1, 2014 Sports
When you're dealing with sports betting in single-player sports or events, then you have to evaluate everything through a different lense. There are a few major adjustments that you should make to your analysis factors that help you to determine if you have a profitable bet, and we're going to walk you through these factors and how they should be used. We'll also show you how you should be evaluating bets to make sure that you're on the right track towards developing a winning system for spotting profitable wagers. Overall, this is like a crash course in betting on single-person sports.
Your goal overall is to accurately estimate the chances of each side winning in a single-person sport. You'll do this by analyzing past performances and using all of the information that you can to influence your decision. When you spot winning chances that would give you a good chance at a profitable bet, you take it. If you're right, then you'll become a winning bettor over the long run. The key to this and what makes single-person sports unique with sports betting is that you can get much more detailed with what makes individuals tick.
For example, the stylistic component of sports can really come out in single-person scenarios. Player A might have an advantage over Player B, and Player B might have an advantage over Player C, but if the styles match up in certain ways, then that doesn't necessarily mean that Player A will have an advantage over Player C. Being able to incorporate these stylistic factors into your algorithms is one of the things that sets profitable bettors apart from people who bet for fun, and it's something to really consider if you're wanting to take your betting to the next level in sports like MMA and tennis.
The main analysis factors for the stylistic components will depend on the individual sport in question, but they will always pair up with offensive and defensive components. For example, a player will have both a statistic for his or her speed and a statistic for how speed is handled in opponents. This allows you to quantify how these factors come together and makes it easier to figure out what you're going to do about the stylistic factors in terms of figuring them into your final calculations. Taking this approach is more in-depth and requires more effort, but it will yield better results.