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How to Have the Perfect Weekend When There's a Bookies Near Me
I remember the first time I realised there was a bookies near me, it was amazing. I had so many options that I didn't know how I was going to fit them all in. But that all changed when I read a few wise words I found, and then started to design my perfect weekend. To give you an idea of how I did it I've put together my own thoughts on how you can fit everything into your weekend with ease. All you need to do now is spend a couple of minutes reading, then put it all into action! Get your mates primed for a big one I had a friend who would always text me saying, 'There's a bookies near me, come over mate.' Most of the time I wouldn't go, but when I made the effort, I loved it. It just goes to show that you can get into a routine really easily, provided you're prepared to make that extra little bit of effort at the start. What I found when I wanted to organise my own weekly gathering was that it's super important to have it at the same time and place each week. People then get used to doing it, and you don't really have to arrange it before long. Your mates will just assume they're doing it, and the weekend will get off to a flying start. Take it easy the night before When you want to be able to enjoy a weekend for the ages you need to have a great night's sleep the night before. An early night might not sound like the most exciting way to spend your time, but it will almost certainly be worth it my friend! An early night gives you plenty of energy, stamina, and allows you to keep your thinking cap on when you're trying to upset the odds. Betting is a thinking person's game, and without your brain working full tilt you won't be able to beat the odds. Think of it as a having a well deserved rest at the end of a long week so that you can really enjoy the weekend.
Once you reframe it like that in your mind you won't feel half as bad about having a quiet one on a Friday. Draw up a shortlist of pubs that are nearby The pub is right up there when you're planning a great weekend. Think to yourself about all the stuff you have right there on your doorstep. There's a bookies near me, plenty of pubs for me to take my mates to, and I'd love to try that new curry house they've all been talking about. Before you get carried away thinking about that tasty curry, think about the pubs you want to sample along the way. They'll keep you hydrated as your brain goes into overdrive beating the bookies, and you'll probably pick up half a dozen tips for other bets along the way. Ideal if you want to enjoy a great day out, and potentially add a healthy chunk of cash to your summer holiday fund. Start the day at the cafe, or the gym! Now that you know the pubs you're going to go to, you need to think about how to kick the day off. Drinking early isn't the best option if you want to be sharp and alert when the in-game bets come thick and fast. That's why I love to head to the gym first thing. It's a great way to work up a sweat and get a good pump so you feel good about yourself for the rest of the day. It'll also send your metabolism into overdrive so you have plenty of room for a fried breakfast. Perfect when you want something to do whilst you're waiting for the rest of your mates to show up.
And if you fancy a bit of company, why not get one of your gym buddies into sports betting? Buy a paper so you can study the form guide As well as knowing there's a bookies near me, every budding punter needs to know where the local newsagent is. It'll prove crucial if you want to be able to read the odds and spot the gaps in the market no one else has seen yet. Last minute injuries, illnesses that have been kept under wraps, and training ground fights will all factor into how a team performs. Take your time to really get to know the sport, and you'll be the one who really wins big. The chances are the bookies won't quite be able to match your specialist knowledge of a handful of games - they have hundreds to price after all. If you can find these little gaps, and then fill them with pages and pages of specialist knowledge and analysis, you'll be the one who makes enough to take the whole family away this summer. And even if you don't quite reach those heights, you'll have had fun along the way! Stay up to date on illnesses and injuries This is such an important point to mention we're going to go over it again. The newsagent isn't the only place to find your news folks, Twitter is the betting person's new best friend. If you want the latest news and gossip appearing instantly in the palm of your hand, make sure you follow plenty of sports journalists.
They're the people who write the papers, and they tweet breaking news faster than anyone. Ideal if you want to find out the star striker has been pulled back onto the bench because he's really not ready for his return from that tricky little ankle injury he picked up midweek. Think tactically about how the two teams line up Just because one side is much higher in the table doesn't mean they're going to steamroller absolutely everybody. Every champion has a bogey team they just can't seem to shake off their tails, so take the time to get to know who they are, and why they cause havoc. It might be that the favourites like to pass in intricate triangles up the pitch, but they have a real problem defending long balls at the back post. Think about the clashes of styles, the individual duels that could prove crucial, and if there's any animosity which could throw the favourites off their game. These little bits and pieces make all the difference when you're trying to upset the odds and win big. Make a day of it by getting some food in As well as typing, 'Bookies near me,' into Google, you also need to check out delivery services like UberEats. Betting on an empty stomach is never a good idea because it will distract you from the all-important task at hand. If you want to be at your best you need to ensure your stomach is full at all times. Get some hot food delivered and you'll be able to stay on top of your energy levels and really give the bookies a hammering.
Ideal if you want to give it your best shot. Look for the odds the bookies have got wrong In general the bookies get the odds right, otherwise they wouldn't be in business in the first place. But that doesn't mean a canny punter can't steal a march every now and then by spotting something everyone else has missed. Take a look at the accumulators if you want to know what the bookies are thinking, and then study each of them in detail a couple of days before. Ignore the negative mate who tells you you're just wasting a fiver, put your money where your mouth is. You'll be the one who can tell them where to go when you win big! Don't put everything on one race Making the most of your weekend is all about ensuring your betting account doesn't vanish before your very eyes. Be smart with your money, only bet what you can afford to lose, and don't put everything on the first race that turns your head. Take me for instance. Just because there's a bookies near me doesn't mean I run down on a Saturday morning to put everything I have on the first game of the day. That would be crazy, and is a surefire way to ensure the rest of the day is miserable if the results don't fall the right way. I play it safe, consider the odds, and only bet when I have a great chance of winning. Go out in town after the sport is over No day of betting with your mates would be complete without a few beers in town on the way home. Take in a few more pubs, get to know the locals, and you'll probably find a whole load of new tips that you can use to win big again next weekend. Then it's time to do it all over again!