How To Gamble on Sports
I'm playing doctor in this one--although I really want you to adopt this as a hobby so you might connect with someone along the way.
The art on this document will be identical to "Lee" except the little girl's flag will read Service Industry, Las Vegas, Nevada
"The Thompson Plan For Sports Gambling"
If you work this plan, it always works. If you work every step of this plan, you will defeat any seriously negative issues you have with recreational sports gambling.
If you have found a legal way to gamble on sports, in most cases it will tear your life to shreds if you become really involved on a consistent basis. (By the way, I've heard that I've already saved lives with similar versions of this. Don't be a bit bothered by my having changed the form a bit.)
If you don't try The Thompson Plan For Sports Gambling by doing every step explicitly and consistently, please, please, please don't lie to someone and tell them you've tried The Thompson Plan. That's harmful.
Set aside $550 to gamble on sports with. If you have serious issues already with sports gambling and some credit, use credit card cash to get started. Or go to the pawn shop. Borrow the money in a way where the guy pledges the loan, but he gives you money in small increments. Do what it takes. If you absolutely have to, put together an iron clad plan to have the $550 set-aside on paper--and get started. But you better pursue that set aside money like it reads in that iron clad plan on paper!
Find a calendar. On that calendar you identify the 50 days of the year when you will bet on two different contests. Every other day of the year is one contest. To be on the Thompson Plan you must bet on sports every day of the year. I think early in the year is better to choose your 50 days but go through this exercise as the year progresses if you must--but you really have to be keeping up with it if you do that.
Get out a sheet of paper in your living space. Write money line only on it in big, big letters. Only the money line is permitted on The Thompson Plan.
You must make every effort to watch a substantial amount of every contest that you wager on or you can surf on the internet until you find a method to follow your game--I have spent so much time with the Crimson Tide in the NCAA's in one sport or another where I'm watching a screen update the progress of a live event. (UA golfer goes 1 up through 11 holes in UA's quarterfinal match of the NCAA's.) Let "substantial" mean that you've watched enough of the contest (or enough of one of the aforementioned Game Watch places where you can follow the developments of the contest on the internet) to really feel invested. Invested!
A single wager on the basic plan is never more than $10. $10 on 315 days and $20 on 50 days of a single year is a substantial amount wagered. You may have to raise the stakes to play tricks with your mind--and that's fine. But your plan must be "Proportional" as I label those plans. If your single play maximum is $20, then your set-aside money is $1,100.00. If your single play maximum is $30, then your set aside money is $1,650.00. Go from there--grab a calculator. If you go over the maximum and your set-aside money doesn't match, then you're not on The Thompson Plan.
Write this on a piece of paper in your living space. Wager only on home teams, combat contestants fighting in their hometown against an outsider, or a HEAVY favorite. A heavy favorite would never be an American football team, for example, that you expect could flirt with winning by less than 17--you better believe wholeheartedly it's a HEAVY favorite.
For one reason or another with your situation, you may need to start something on this plan—you may need to jumpstart your knowledge of rugby; do what it takes for your mindset or whatever. If you’re doing this legally, chances are logistics in terms of options are never an issue. Look into it.
This could be very important. If you’ve dealt with a place based in Bermuda or Chile that would be legal for you but stopped because of issues with inconveniences related to your process of collecting on a victory(ies), please go back to those folks even if you need to set a goal of being up enough money for a matinee at your favorite cinema after 3 years from a beginning date because it’s gonna take you 3 years to get psychologically ready to face those problems.
Recreational gambling needs a goal and then another goal—and that’s all it takes for serious recreational gambling. If you need to compete fiercely, agree to compete with your buddy by agreeing to base a contest, for example, on who is in better shape relative to even after a 7-day period (with both on The Thompson Plan of course).
You need another sheet of paper. You only wager on favorites. Please wager on a favorite that you fully expect to go off as a favorite--not a play where you're hoping for your choice to slide to a dog. Favorites only!!! “Play to lose” should always be a responsible venture especially if you’re publicizing the specifics of your journey on the Thompson Plan.
Go to your phone's time application. Use an alarm or stopwatch. You must spend a minimum of 15 minutes deciding on your play for the day. Buying a 25 cent choice from a handicapper for the day shaves 7 minutes off your requirement.
Good luck out there in the jungle. A real sports gambler does so every single day of the year on the Thompson Plan For Sports Gambling.