What is Sports Arbitrage?
Sports betting started as a simple leisure time activity for the rich and the moneyed class who bet on horse races. It started in England (now part of UK) and then it spread over to the colonies and stayed back as the freedom was won for the United States. Since then, betting has become more than just a leisure time activity. It has become a passion and addictions for many and some take it as a profession almost. For the serious bettor, there are several factors constantly playing at each game and that makes it difficult to begin as a bettor whenever you want to. There are a lot of things your need to learn first. But once you are in full knowledge of what makes a bet a bet and all the different odds and how they are expressed and estimated, you are well on your way to becoming a pro. One thing professionals always do is keeping a look out for new ways to make money. One of those ways is through sports arbitrage. This practice has been around since the first bookies started bookmaking.
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