Live betting predictions

How to use Live Betting tips at Bethub

Do not bet if odds dropped more than 3%. Having analysed a large amount of in-Play betting data on football, we believe that 3% is an average bookmakers’ odds overestimation when dealing with the bets, detected by our software.

If you allow a significant difference in the odds, you can lose your profit in as soon as 100 bets. Remember that the tool you use is free and publicly available. Along with you, thousands of punters use it every day. Therefore, it is sometimes difficult to catch the latest odds.

We do not recommend placing more than one bet per event

If there is no other way, place a fixed number of bets per event. This is because the algorithm can incorrectly determine handicaps for a specific match. If it happens, all the bets will be a waste. For now, the algorithm determines handicaps with 65-75% accuracy. This is enough to achieve an overall positive result.

Unfortunately, we do not know what is happening inside a neural network just as we do not know for sure which bets were overrated (in case you find a way to do it, please, contact us before applying for the Turing Award). For these reasons, even and regular bets are preferable. If you place many bets on one event, you risk making a mistake and losing a bigger part of your bankroll.

Stick to the flat betting style. Bet no more than 3% of your total bankroll on each play.

During software tests on in-Play tennis bets, the drawdown of high-margin bookmakers reached 75%. With mass use, some unpredicted errors are possible both on our side and on punters. The lower the percentage of your bets is, within your total bankroll, the lower the chance of getting an unpleasant drawdown. Professional punters use no more than 1-2% of total bankroll for one bet.